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To understand the beginnings of Gematria Products Inc. and our patented laser enhancement process, it is important to begin with Dr. Todd Ovokaitys, CEO, MD (pulmonary & critical care specialist), and product formulator and to discuss his work with the laser acoustic resonance of molecular structure.

As to Dr. Todd's (as he is called) formal academic background, he received BA and MD degrees from Johns Hopkins University after acceptance into an accelerated integrated medical training program. Following this training he completed an Internship, Residency, and Chief Medical Residency in the Georgetown University Hospital System. This was followed by a two year Fellowship in Pulmonary and Intensive Care Medicine, also at Georgetown University Hospital.

At Georgetown, Dr. Todd participated in formal studies of T cell immune function after harvesting lymphocytes from the lung via fiberoptic bronchoscopy. In addition, this training involved intensive care of many persons afflicted with HIV infection, as the lung is a common target following the immunologic breakdown of this condition.

Aware of the extreme limitations of treating HIV through ordinary conventional means, Dr. Todd began a search for less intrusive solutions. The concept of using the subtle differences of genetic organization between the viral and human genomes was the launch point for exploring new avenues of molecular resonance technologies. In concept, the slight differences of resonance signatures between the viral and human genomes could be used to selectively target and eliminate infected parts of cells leaving uninfected normal cells unharmed.

After studying the background work on the effects of electromagnetic radiation on living systems, a colleague was located with the expertise to design and build a fundamentally new laser electromagnetic resonance technology. Scott Strachan, a Scottish physicist, electrical, and chemical engineer took the basic concepts and reduced them to a functional technology within 6 weeks. Among his accomplishments are being an inventor of real time ultrasound and being the recipient of the Enterprise Scotland Award from Prince Charles for development of highly precise laser measurement instruments.

This new laser optical technology has been patented worldwide as U.S. 6064500 and worldwide patent WO 09722022A1.


When ordinary laser light in the visible spectrum interacts with tissue there is intense scattering such that a coherent signal cannot penetrate more than 5mm. Sparse constructive nodes are ultra-brief wave summation signals that spark in and out of existence deeply in tissue or an otherwise scattering medium, with 6-20cm projection even through bone predicted. The duration of the pulse is just long enough to excite specific desired molecular stimulation, yet brief enough not to nonspecifically heat target molecular structures.

Global applications patents have been submitted for "The Use of Sparse Constructive Nodes (of electromagnetic energy) for the Selective Modulation of Cell Surface Chemistry." This general applications patent covers the use of the laser technology to activate and enhance desired cell chemistries in vitro and in vivo.

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