Americans are getting toxic drugs with multiple adverse effects, chronic diseases, and disabilities at a rate more than triple previous generations. One woman in three today will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime, and the forecast is one in two or even one. One out of four Americans is struggling with some form of heart disease, our leading medical cause of death. The childhood autism rate in America more than doubled since 1980s, from 1 in 2000 to 1 in 50 in 2014 reported by ABC news and others. The rate of increase in autism, and every major chronic disease in America, is accelerating at a near-parabolic rate.

This year, Americans will spend more than $3 trillion on conventional medical expenses. About 8% of this is for prescription drugs. A major factor in this pandemic is the 70,000 man-made chemicals pervading our environment. For example, glyphosate, a powerful herbicide and mineral chelator, is found almost everywhere in our processed foods, and 600 million acres of farmland immobilizing nutrients for crop production. It's even in mothers milk.

Let me ask a simple question. Lets say modern medicine¯ could somehow reverses the uptrend in medical costs, which is about 5% per year. Will the people and companies getting that $3 trillion eagerly accept that trend? Are we better off with the diseases which benefit the sickness industry, or would we be better off spending $1 to $2 trillion elsewhere in the economy where it could be more productive?

Medical thinking needs fresh thinking; a new paradigm. One virtually unexplored realm of healing could be labeled energy medicine.¯ Its based on sub-molecular, sub-atomic Agrophysics. A long-proven example is homeopathy, proven around the world but virtually outlawed in America. Another historic example is acupuncture, which uses the bodys own energy fields for healing.

A related field of Agrophysics usable in healing is picotechnology (obsoletes Nanotechnology & Graphene), which we use to build tiny picometer particles as energy carriers. Most pharmaceutical research is stalled at the molecular level: Building a molecule which can suppress disease symptoms and which can be patent protected. A cure by homeopathic or quantum Agrophysics technology, in contrast, contains no active ingredient in molecular terms and cant be patented. Thus there's no profit incentive to pursue these realms of healing.

The same commercial question of, can we patent it?¯ applies to innovations throughout industrial uses and agriculture. It's all about the money. Thus, we haven't came very far from the raw molecular chemistry era of Rachel Carson, who wrote the book "Silent Spring.¯ We have instead gotten the Food and Drug Administration and Environmental Protection Administration but those often act as if they are responsible to the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, not the public. In the U.S. each year, more than 100,000 people die of legally prescribed and administered molecular-based, approved drugs. Some of these drugs are recalled; a few lead to lawsuits; but for the drug firms its still one of the most profitable industries in the world. If, eventually, neonicotoid pesticides are banned, or if glyphosate is banned, would you expect the manufacturers to reimburse victims for their loss of livelihood or life?

Agrophysics, as applied to healing, employs quantum, subatomic principles of motion, energy, time and thermodynamics. Immense research efforts such as the Large Hadron Collider in Bern, Switzerland, could unlock powerful new principles usable for healing. One benefit of Agrophysics as a healing agent is that there is no toxic chemical residuals which most allopathic drugs impose on patients today. In the industrial world, think of a waste water treatment plant which uses energy frequencies such as intense ultra-violet light to kill pathogens, instead of chlorine and other toxins.

We are focused on physical chemistry products as their are no active ingredients and its mode of action is physical. We have no intention of benefiting the $3 trillion medical industry.


Has Science Truth Been Lost!

"Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school. - Einstein"


Subject: Biobased USA Disruptive in Business.

What is 75,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Sextillion, If you can answer this call us!

There are 25,400,000 nanometers in one inch. There are 100 Million water molecules in an inch!

Look up the word disrupter and you' likely run across phrases such as "destroy" and "cause turmoil". Its a serious word , with dire implications for the status quo.

You'd think it would take billions to rewrite the business model for an entire industry, but that not always the case. Sometimes disruption can is simply about wanting to make something better. And armed with a savvy acumen for spotting opportunity, we will follow through on our goals, sparking a revolution within the respective fields of agriculture, human and animal care. This will all be accomplished with a major technology change "Chemistry to Quantum Agrophysics" and the implementation as we move from a "Repetitive Maintenance" to a "For Care world."

The consumers will ultimately decide whether these new ideas become routine or transform the way everyone lives. We do know that we will mete out a level of creative destruction on the entrenched businesses in each of the industry sectors.

If everything works out for the disruption, It will enjoy what were calling the "Moment:" That is when a company has so changed consumer behavior that going backward is inconceivable--that an entire field of technology becomes associated with one brand name Biobased USA.

Disruption for example, Facebook with its photo sharing capability which now has a value of $1 billion dollars started from a 13 man operation. And now a 100 year old company Kodak that started the snapshot photo worth just $80 million and fading fast.

That's disruption for you.

WHO REALLY CARES ABOUT FOOD SAFETY - Whoever Cares its not getting done!

FDA vs CDC vs USDA are in conflict on organic foods.
Ensuring Food Safety: Tracking and Resolving the E.coli Spinach Outbreak

Statement of Robert E. Brackett, Ph.D. Director, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition Food and Drug Administration (FDA) before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, says Ready-to-eat fresh vegetables, fruits, and prepared salads have a high potential risk of contamination because they are generally grown in a natural environment (for example, a field or orchard) and are often consumed without cooking or other treatments that could eliminate pathogens if they are present. The number of illnesses associated with fresh produce is a continuing concern of the Agency, and we have worked on a number of initiatives to reduce the presence of pathogens in these foods.

The above explains why we have so much food poisioing reported by the US GOV CDC estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) gets sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases. My commmon sense position is still the same that as organic food will increases food poisoning and hospitalization by 10 times if not signficantly more. Food Safety: Pathogen Bacillus cereus, foodborne Brucella spp. Campylobacter spp. Clostridium botulinum, foodborne Clostridium perfringens, foodborne E. coli (STEC) O157 E. coli (STEC) non-O157 Enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC) Diarrheagenic E. coli other than STEC and ETEC Listeria monocytogenes Mycobacterium bovis Salmonella spp., nontyphoidal S. enterica serotype Typhi Shigella spp. Streptococcus spp. group A, foodborne Streptococcus Vibrio cholerae, toxigenic V. vulnificus V. parahaemolyticus Vibrio spp., other Yersinia enterocolitica Cryptosporidium spp. Cyclospora cayetanensis Giardia intestinalis Toxoplasma gondii Trichinella spp. Astrovirus Hepatitis A virus Norovirus Rotavirus Sapovirus

Perfect Example of Mismanagement or Misunderstanding of Organic Food Preparation!

Colorado cantaloupe farmers to plead guilty to charges over listeria outbreak Wed, Oct 16 2013 By Laura Zuckerman (Reuters) Two Colorado farmers whose listeria-contaminated cantaloupes killed 33 people will plead guilty to federal criminal charges stemming from one of the deadliest outbreaks of food-borne illness in the United States, court documents show. U.S. prosecutors last month charged two former owners of Colorado-based Jensen Farms, brothers Eric and Ryan Jensen, with six counts each of introducing adulterated food into interstate commerce tied to shipping tainted melons to out-of-state markets in 2011. The brothers initially pleaded not guilty. But legal filings on Tuesday by attorneys for the Jensens show they have struck a deal with prosecutors and intend to plead guilty to unspecified charges at a hearing later this month in U.S. District Court in Denver. Attorneys for the brothers on Wednesday confirmed they will plead guilty but declined to provide details of the plea agreement. Federal prosecutors were not available for comment.

"We're headed in the direction of a guilty plea," said Richard Banta, lawyer for Ryan Jensen. In May 2011, the Jensens began washing the farm's cantaloupes with devices used to clean potatoes and failed to use a chlorine spray feature that kills deadly bacteria, U.S. Attorney John Walsh said in a statement last month. "The defendants were aware that their cantaloupes could be contaminated with harmful bacteria if not sufficiently washed," he said.


In addition to the deaths, the listeria outbreak linked to the farm in the southeastern corner of Colorado led 147 people across 28 states to be hospitalized, authorities said. One woman suffered a miscarriage. The Jensens filed for bankruptcy in 2012 and suspended farming operations amid a raft of lawsuits by people who were sickened or whose family members died from listeria infections connected to the tainted cantaloupes. The elderly, pregnant women and people with compromised immune systems are at highest risk for listeria, whose symptoms include fever and gastrointestinal distress and which is the third leading cause of death in food-borne illnesses, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Attorneys for the Jensens said in a statement last month that the brothers remained "shocked, saddened and in prayerful remembrance of the victims and their families." The Jensens faced up to a year in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000 for each of the six initial charges.

Now if you are an organic grower, restaurant or any kind of store like "Whole Foods", Flea Market, Road Side Truck or stand and sell organic foods the same could happen to you. If you are selling organic food and not posting a warning message on food preparation liability is headed your way. The USDA NOP recommends chlorine spray if used for eaten organic foods, and if so would have reduced the microbial and pathogen contamination on the fruit amd vegetables as descrbied above by the FDA." In our opinion and the FDA organic food could be deadly if not prepared properly for your health as outlined in above FDA statement. Its just our opinion, But who really washes their foods and common sense tells us 10 of thousands can die!. So if you like organic foods dont forget to chlorine spray for pathogens!

Here today and gone tommorrow!





Another of examples of hundreds of organic suppliers to Chipoltes and it only takes one bad supplier




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In support of the Farm Security Acts starting in 2002 for Biobased Technology. Soysoap 1, 2 and 3 are the product that just keep on giving to companies for their own private-label Ag products: Agriculture Soap, Agri-Nano, Agro-Boost, Agro-Maxx, Bio-Charge, BioGrowz, Biowash 1227, Biowash, BinBuster XP, Enhance 250, Equimend, Evergreen AG, Exciter, Greenyields, Heighten Plus, Immunity, Lectrol, MaxGreen, Maxigro, Micromix XP, MO-300, Mo360, Soysoap 1, Nugreen, Nutragreen, Paradiso Green, Soysoap Surfactant, Vigoroso 3 en 1, Wakeup (sold only from 2010 to 2012),Yield Power and many more! Soysoap is trademarked with the US Government and is not a specific product, but a family of product formulations for many different applications (Agriculture, Home, Business and Industrial Cleaning), Animal Care, Human Care, Marine, Food Processing and Remediation of Soils and Water in support of the Clean Water Act. The product can also be used within some products as an inert to provide a 21st century super surfactant. It can be sold as RTU (Ready to Use), Sub-Concentrates and 100% concentrate by our distribution so prices can vary because of it. Our product is sold commercially by distribution and importers for many applications abiding by the laws of each country. It can be confusing when dealers just use the name "Soysoap" which we don't allow and try to police and stop its use in their marketing, sales or literature, but with so many dealers, distributors and importers its difficult.

Biobased USA is a Bio-Nano-Technology company which specializes in making products out of Farm Grown Biobased US GOV FDA EAFUS Food Additive Database ingredients. What could be more organic and safe than just using food to make and grow products! We sell to the public, distributors and dealers our formulations throughout the world. Just email us and let us know where you are and we will put a dealer in touch with you. They in turn private label these products and sell them to their customers. Our speciality is 95% Agriculture products which can be hundreds of bio-pesticides, 25B exempt, fertilizers, micro-nutrients product formulations. Our goals and mission to end world poverty and hunger, via agro-power by creating more disease free, toxic free, pesticide free agricultural products. Our product line and is sold in different countries with specific labels and claims that abide by that countries and states laws.

Common-Sense Approach to Beyond Organics Growing! If the Florida DEP says our product is so safe we can use it for remediation of groundwater or soils. Than why cant it be safe enough to grow a crop? Biobased USA wholly supports any growing process that can reduce pesticides, increase nutrient density to increase health, safer foods for consumers, safer farming for farmers and safer products for the environment. But we also feel that our approach to farming is unique in that we grow food with food. We use nothing but US GOV FDA approved food additives. Its what we eat and we have figured out how to increase production and eliminate pesticides. People eat what we grow with and you surely wouldn't eat pesticides or even some of the approved organic inputs! My problem is... I just cant wrap my mind around why our method of growing food isn't accepted by the organic management! As they say we are what we eat, and its no wonder we have over 100 pesticide residuals in our body. Can someone tell me what good or harm these pesticides in my body are doing, as they aren't usually prescribed as vitamins? Can someone tell why and how these pesticides residuals were allowed to get into my body and why we are accumulating more each day. I'll tell you why. It's because we are growing crops with 19th century technology in a 21st century world. Its time for change! "It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." Upton Sinclair

Modified Gene expression is the process by which inheritable information from a gene, such as the DNA sequence, is made into a functional gene product, such as protein or RNA. Several steps in the gene expression process may be modulated, including the transcription step and translation step and the post-translational modification of a protein. Gene regulation gives the cell control over structure and function, and is the basis for cellular differentiation, morphogenesis and the versatility and adaptability of any organism. Gene regulation may also serve as a substrate for evolutionary change, since control of the timing, location, and amount of gene expression can have a profound effect on the functions (actions) of the gene in the organism.

It all started when a friend of the family came by after hearing about the Soap. They knew we had been very successful in growing 1 to 2 tons additional rice per acre throughout Vietnam, Phillipines, China, Thailand and India. These trials on rice have been conducted by thousands of farmers, universities and foreign governments.

So the family friend asked if they could try some and we agreed, as they wanted to use the product on their Soy, Corn, Wheat and Tobacco. We only told them the dilution, and left the frequency, spray rates, and crop application timing to them. We learned that telling a farmer how to use the product was best left to him. We were plenty busy with Asia and didn't think twice about what was about to happen or did we know of the agricultural circumstances in North Carolina being in an extreme draught situaton at -80 inches of rain for the last 3 years. The 2007 soybean experience is descibed below.

In 2008 we trialed over 400 farmers, 300,000 acres, in 18 states under university reporting on the US Major Crops: Barley, Beans Dry Edible, Canola, Corn Sweet, Cotton Pima, Cotton Upland, Flaxseed, Hay Alfalfa, Hay, Oats, Peas Green, Potatoes, Rice, Rye, Snap Beans, Sorghum, Soybeans, Sugar beets, Sugarcane, Sunflowers, Sweet Potatoes, Tobacco Burley, Tobacco Flue-cured, Tomatoes, Wheat Durum, Wheat Spring, Wheat Winter.

We believe the Adjuvant family helps the crop by reducing soluable nitrogen, nitrate, ammonia, free amino acids and sugars in the plant cells sap by increasing the rate of synthesis of inputs into proteins, sugars, and carbohydrates, etc. Farmers have experienced an increase in disease after heavy fertilization with nitrogen. This creates susceptibility to pests, thus requiring more pesticides. We believe our product allows the plant to process its inputs to eliminate this problem and therefore increases the plant brix levels.



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