The QuantumPulse uses a multi-wave oscillator and spectrum tubes containing noble and other gases to create frequencies that fall between the infrared and ultraviolet spectrum range in concert with a coil to create high voltage and a subtle electromagnetic field. This combination produces biophotonic light. Then the electromagnetic field is used as a carrier to transmit those frequencies in a radius of approximately 6-8 feet around the QuantumPulse machine. The new patented tuning capacitor sits on top of the machine and produces alpha waves. So the QuantumPulse produces a 90° phase shift between electrical and electromagnetic fields. The base of the machine is constructed of materials which block electrical fields, but allow electromagnetic fields to flow.
Quantum mechanics is regarded by virtually every professional physicist as the most fundamental framework we have for understanding and describing nature, for the very practical reason that it works; it is “in the nature of things”.