This is the story of how the LifeWave
technology came to be. It's
Answer by David
Schmidt, inventor of life wave energy patches.
of the most common questions that people ask me is "How did you come
up with this incredible technology"? So, I will share my story with
Began inventing at 8
was about 8 years old when I built my first robot; well, I don't
know how good of a robot it was, but it was remote controlled, able
to move back and forth, and have some basic movements. Not bad
considering that I had been able to build almost all of it from my
brother's race car set. Upon showing my creation to my father he
said, "Wow Dave that's pretty good, but what did you make it from"?
When I gave him my answer he suggested that I put my older brother's
race car set back together before my brother came home unless I
wanted some real trouble. So began my life as an
Got a programming
went on to get my degree in Management Information Systems only to
discover after 4 years of higher education that I really did not
want to be programming computers the rest of my life. So I did what
seemed to be the logical thing: I got a job designing medical
to medical device development
What? As it turned out, my mentor and friend owned a small medical
device development business in New Jersey and was willing to take me
on to teach me how to do research and development. Most of the time
I was creating problems from not knowing what I was doing, however
after about a year at this I decided to go back to school to get a
degree in Biology as it now appeared that I was on the right track
as far as my future was concerned.
Back to first love -
forward 10 years. I am now living the Atlanta, GA area and as
opportunity would have it I decide to join up with a local inventors
club called "The Inventors Clubs of America" owned and run by Dr.
Alex Marinachio. Dr. Alex becomes immediately intrigued with my
inventions and we become fast friends. He nominates me for an award
to the International Hall of Fame and I receive an Advanced
Technology Award for my invention of "Sea-Ment" a catalyst for
forming a new type of cement based on sea water. As a result of
receiving this award I am approached by a group interested in taking
my inventions to market. The deal sounds good so I join this North
Georgia think tank and off we go.
reason why I accepted this opportunity was because some of the
people that I had a chance to work with came out of star wars
missile defense and other military projects. We were designing new
technology for both commercial and military applications.
Invents an amazing
One of the new technologies that I invented
was a new type of Oxygen generator for the emergency production of
Oxygen. As an example, on a submarine - in the event that the
Nuclear Reactor needs to be taken offline - the crew must resort to
a device called a chlorate candle for producing breathable Oxygen
gas. The problem with these "candles" is that they are not very
efficient, produce toxic and dirty fumes, and once you light them
you cannot put them out. What I came up with was anew method for
producing Oxygen gas. As a comparison, if you look at the 35 lb.
cylinder that fireman use to get 30 to 60 minutes of air, my device
was the size of a can of Coke yet could product about 4 hours of
Oxygen! Needless to say, I produced an "impossible" device that drew
the attention of all who saw it.
Asked to help with a
Navy Seal project
day I received a call from someone who is a well respected Nuclear
Engineer at a well known government contractor. He said to me that
he had been impressed with my group's "out of the box" thinking and
that he wanted to invite me to participate in the design of the
Navy's next generation submarine, a new class of
mini-sub for the Navy is something about 60 feet long! What was
interesting about this project was that this sub was going to be
manned by Navy Seals, and because of the nature of the missions it
would be highly desirable to find ways to improve the crews
survivability. There were delays in getting this project started so
I never officially joined, however there were certain aspects of
this project that intrigued me. For example, the Navy frowned upon
stimulants, energy drinks, pep pills, etc. so none of this would be
permitted on the mini-sub. In addition (as you can probably imagine)
space is a premium on a mini-sub, so anything that can improve
survivability would have to be small, compact and light.
about "out of the box" ways to make the human body program itself to
be more survivable, stronger and better functioning
the moment that every inventor loves hit me: the thought occurred to
me that we have wireless communication today in the form of cell
phones and satellite TV; why not have a way to wirelessly
communicate with the human body. A device that could "talk" to the
body to ask the body to do different things.
you could talk to your body, what would you ask it to do? Would you
ask your body to make your muscles bigger? How about improve your
energy and stamina? Make you smarter? Stronger? Lose that extra body
fat? Well, I think you get the idea. But is such a thing possible?
Doesn't this sound a bit like science fiction? I mean, after all,
how could any device "talk" to our body, with the body following
Well, as it turns out, there IS a way to do it, and that's what
the LifeWave technology is all about!
human electromagnetic fields, which are the key to "talking" to our
the early 1980's a scientist in the United States named Dr. John
Zimmerman was using a device known as a SQUID magnetometer ( a giant
coil of wire that is superconducting) to detect very small pulsating
magnetic fields directly above the surface of the human body. The
magnetic fields were so small (pico-tesla range that the SQUID that
he used consisted of about 2,000,000 turns of wire! But the
important thing was the he DID find that the human body did emit
pulsating magnetic fields. But where did these magnetic fields come
remember in high school when you learned that electrons flowing
through a wire/conductor produced magnetic fields at right angles?
Well guess what is flowing through our bodies all of the time?
Electrons! And isn't our body a conductor of electricity? Those
electrolytes must be doing something electrical! Not to mention how
nerve impulses travel from the brain to the muscles in our
we have a pulsating magnetic fields around us, so what? How could we
use this knowledge for any type of benefit? Well, when was the last
time you used a radio? Do you remember seeing something that said AM
of FM? This stands for Amplitude Modulation and Frequency Modulation
(respectively) but is a fancy way of saying that we take a high
frequency carrier wave and modulate it so that we can encode
information on the wave.
there is a little thing called resonant energy transfer. Did you
ever throw a stone in a lake and watch the stone create ripples? Or
did you ever surf on the north shore of Hawaii? Those big waves can
actually form from earthquakes in Alaska! That's resonant energy
transfer and it is the process by which energy is moved from one
place to another in a resonant fashion. For example hold one end of
a rope and give the other to someone else to hold. Now start to
create a "wave" in the rope; the wave will travel from one end of
the rope to the other. This is resonant energy transfer.
last lesson and then on to LifeWave!
ever wonder how the human body is able to detect things like free
radicals and send antioxidants to stop them? This is known as a
proceed called signal transduction, and without getting into the
biochemistry this is the process by which biochemical messages are
sent between the cell nucleus and other parts of the cell. Suffice
ti to say that the DNA in the cell is able to send receive messages,
however this process is typically thought of as being a biochemical
process rather than an electronic process.
was able to do was to invent a method by which I could "program"`
organic structures the same way that we program computer chips! I
started with ordinary materials like amino acids and specific sugars
(I only work with materials that the FDA lists as safe and things
that people at) and put them into water-based solutions. I then
process these materials in a very special way so that they are
capable of "talking" to the human body. The amazing thing about the
LifeWave patches is that NOTHING enters the body; instead, we have a
patch that communicates with the body to cause different things to
happen. In the case of LifeWave energy patches what we find is that
within minutes of using the patches there is a dramatic gain in
stamina. Because LifeWave IS NOT a stimulant, you will "feel" this
increase in energy no jitters or energy rush) but just go ahead and
do a workout and you will find that you will not get as tired or
fatigued - Do you feel food being converted into energy - LifeWave
is a similar phenomena).
Launching a company
to share nanotechnology patches that instruct the body how to be
stronger, faster and have more energy!
developing this radically new technology, David Schmidt has been
trying to financially capitalize on this technology in the
best way possible for the past several years.
He has also
been working on new applications of his biological signaling amino
acid patches. These new applications that will be made available to
the public in 2005 include:
- Sleep patches
- HGH stimulating patches
- Muscle tissue growing
So far in
David's efforts to get the marketing of this new technology going...
beginning with the energy patches, there have been two false
starts with network marketing companies. Numerous companies have
offered to buy the technology outright from Dave... but he doesn't
final company launch of LifeWave in 2004... enrollments began in
November, product is shipping in late November and it all looks
good. LifeWave is going to be the fastest launch of any networking
company ever... because it is something new and phenomenal that can
proved instantly. No one without Energy Patches will be able to
compete against those with them. Everyone who wants to feel young
and energetic will appreciate them.
position yourself to benefit.