Professor Anna van Wersch Ph.D. tests blood on the effect of mobileFloww®
This video comes from the private archive of Professor Anna van Wersch Ph.D. of the English Teesside University and contains unique images of her husband and herself while testing their blood. This experiment took place as preparation for a larger, similar research into the effect of the mobileFloww®.
Anna van Wersch is a professor at the Teesside University in Middlesbrough, England, and an authority in the field of Health Psychology. For this reason Floww International asked her to conduct research into the effects of Floww® Health Technology. In this context research is now being carried out in the Netherlands, where blood is tested on the effect of radiation from a mobile phone, with the use of a tiny microscope, a cytocam. Subsequently, the extent to which this effect is reversed when a mobileFloww®, a kind of radiation transformer, is attached to the phone, is examined in a similar way.
In preparation of this research, Anna van Wersch took the acid test and examined her own blood and that of her husband using a Dark Field Microscope, a less advanced predecessor of the cytocam. The tests were conducted by Ms Hubner Sangitama of Humaniversity and were recorded on video by Professor Van Wersch herself. They show how radiation from the mobile phone causes the red blood cells to clump together. Quite remarkably, the blood of the spouse in particular shows an even healthier picture when using the mobileFloww®, than at the baseline measurement, the measurement that was performed to determine the initial values of the blood.