MRX Technology Exploiting deficiencies within systems. Scientific innovations of global significance, capable of altering the trajectory of markets and economies.
Unlocking the unlimited innovative technological capabilities of remote molecular specific manipulation, catalysis and mitigation.
Remote Molecular Specific Ablation via Resonance Absorption, Remote Molecular Specific Targeting and Dissociation, Remote Imaging, Remote Analysis, Remote Radiative Catalysis. Remote nanosecond copying of high volume digital storage. The MRX Technology represents unique intrinsic remote physical and chemical capabilities which can be exploited for biological, biomedical and defense applications including detection, tracking, targeting, diagnostics, remote radiative catalysis, imaging and novel molecular specific therapy.
The ability to remotely search for, identify with absolute confirmation, target and mitigate with molecular specificity provides the MRX Technology to be applied for medical applications with the capabilities to selectively and precisely ablate biological tissue; enabling this modality as a natural candidate for the treatment of cancer, heart disease, amyloid plaque and HIV.
The molecular specific applications of the MRX Technology is accelerating innovations across numerous disciplines, transforming global markets, industries and cultures.
The following represents the first generation of the MRX Technology, originated on Wednesday, May 22nd, 1991; it has been superseded by numerous advanced generations with augmented capabilities and expanded applications.
MRX Radiological Physics Briefing
Remote, molecular specific identification, targeting and dissociation is achieved with MRX Technology in organics and non-organics. Specific to radiological physics applications in medicine, MRX incorporates a quantum process described as a non-linear relaxation oscillation scattering. By relaxation, it is understood that the phenomenon refers to the events that during a given excitation phase an observable interlude elapses between the moments when a system in equilibrium is subjected to a momentary change in condition and the moment when the system is again in equilibrium. An analogous system of simple showing relaxation is an uncharged capacitor with a capacitance C connected in series with a resistance R, to which circuit a constant voltage U is applied at a time t+O. The charge Q of the capacitor at time t is given by the differential equation . . . U = Q/C + R dQ/dt. Offering the solution Q = CU(1-e-t/RC). The charge Q does not follow the sudden change of U, but shows an exponential increase towards the final value CU. The time tau=RC is referred to as the relaxation of the system. The sum tau governs both the rate of charging and the rate of discharge; if the capacitor with a charge Qo is short circuited via a resistance at the time t=O, then the charge at time t is given by the single exponential equation Q=Qo*e-t/r. Multi-exponential behavior of the type y=ao+N sigma n=1 a(n)e-t/tau(n) is found in the instance when the time dependence of a system is not described by e 1, but instead by a set of N coupled linear differential equation. Analogous systems of relaxation are treated similarly in various diverse areas. (1) When a spring is connected to a receptacle and is restricted to a single order moment, is instantaneously loaded with a constant force. It will take some time until the system is again in equilibrium. (2) When an electrically or magnetically polarized substance is suddenly placed in a constant electric or magnetic field, it will take some time until the electric or magnetic dipoles have oriented themselves. (3) If the irradiation of a phosphorescent substance is suddenly stopped, the phosphorescence does not cease immediately, but continues for some time during which the intensity decreases exponentially. On behalf of the processional motion, the magnetic moment has not only a longitudinal component in the direction of the new magnetic field, but also a transverse component at right angles to the new magnetic field. Whereas it would seem logical to expect that the longitudinal component would increase and the transverse should decrease exponentially with the relaxation time due to the relaxation mechanism, in reality, this is not so. Experiments have shown the transverse component decreases faster than the increase of the longitudinal so that apart from the longitudinal relaxation time, there must also be a separate transverse relaxation time which invariably is smaller than or equal to twice the longitudinal relaxation time. The existence of a separate transverse relaxation time besides the longitudinal one can be explained by the fact that apart from the return of the individual magnetic moments of the nuclei to the direction of the magnetic field, (Which is characterized by the longitudinal relaxation time), it is also possible for these individual magnetic moments to continue their precessional motion along the same conical shell though receiving phasal distortions because of mutual interactions. In the latter case, the longitudinal precessional moment remains unchanged. Just as with non-resonating systems, periodically changing quantities can be successfully introduced in resonating systems; in the case of a substance containing magnetic nuclei, this is accomplished by applying a stationary magnetic field Hz in the z-direction and a 2H1 sin omega t in the x-direction. This is known as a nuclear magnetic resonance event. In this case, a periodically changing magnetization intensity is created in the x-direction whose real (in phase, dispersion) component M' and imaginary (out of phase, absorption) MS are related by a third order tensor equality. When there is an increase of the magnetic field intensity, a broadening of the cross over plateau of equality between M' and M", a spatial resonant condition occurs. At this point absorption becomes O throughout an non-linear dispersion becomes the exclusive condition. This phenomena is called saturation. It is possible to calculate in principle from curves plotted for different known values of the periodically variable magnetic field. In practice, pulse techniques are used, often combined with Fourier transformations. Both relaxation times are very much dependent on temperature and frequency and on the phase of the substance under observation. While the relaxation times are critical to determine resonance conditions oscillation loading and needed field density, they are not significant for macro molecular signatures. They do in fact provide critical insight in determining the conditions for producing non-linear surface interactions for the gross molecule. In essence, the creation of a highly mobile system of interacting surface plasmons and phonons. It is the mechanism of the actual synthetic molecular surface that provide the foundation for the nonlinear dispersion. While the energies involved are spread spatially across a significant bandwidth, they form a perfect "spectroscopic" signature of the complex interactions. These interactions are perfectly specific to the molecule, crystal or alloy. Scattering of light with a nonlinear shift in the resultant emissions in a conserved quantum mechanism was predicted as early as 1923, inspired by the discovery of the Compton effect. The Raman effect was discovered experimentally in 1928 when it was shown that the spectrum of the scattered light of liquids and solids, strongly illuminated with monochromatic light, contained frequencies which were not present in the exciting light. Characteristically they were found to be specific of the "pumped" media and when analyzed, provided a low energy specific indicator for constituent analysis. During the 1960's, lasers (intense sources of monochromatic light), and their researchers did not take advantage of this non- linear event Raman scattering as it is called provided little more than a convenient error fudge for experimentation. The experimentally confirmed laws of Raman scattering are as follows: (1) The pattern of Raman lines, expressed as frequency shifts from the exciting line, (delta vi i=1,2,3) is independent of the exciting frequency. (2) The pattern of Raman frequency shifts, delta vi, is symmetrical about the exciting line, however, the line (Stoke lines) are always more intense than the corresponding lines on the high frequency side (anti-stoke lines). The ratio of the intensities of corresponding anti-Stokes and Stokes lines is la/ls=esp(-delta vi hc/k), where the Raman shift delta vi is expressed as usual in cm-1. (3) A given Raman line shows a degree of polarization which depends on the origin of the line and on the experimental arrangement. For strictly transverse observation, i.e., observation at right angles of the incident light, the depolarization factor, rho n, has a value in the range 0 -6/7 for unpolarized incident light. It may be said that the Raman shifts correspond to energy differences (in cm-1) between discrete stationary states of the scattering system. Thus, in the quantum picture, the incident photons collide elastically with the molecule to give Rayleigh scattering, or inelasticity to give Raman scattering, the latter process being much less probable that the former. For a Stokes Raman line, the photon furnishes energy to raise the molecule from a lower to a higher state; for an anti-Stokes line, the molecule must furnish energy to the scattered photon and move to a lower energy state. The anti-Stokes line thus originates in a less highly populated state and is weaker than the corresponding Stokes line. The Raman process can be described classically, but not accurately, as the "modulation" of the scattered light wave by the internal motions of the scattering molecule. The Raman lines constituting sidebands of Rayleigh frequency. As indicated herein, classical treatment would involve simple "modulation" models to predict results. However, the normalized methodology to work through a common Raman spectroscopic technology would limit studies to the near infrared. This is mainly because of the normally weak Raman active molecules and their associated poor conversion qualities. In order to work on larger molecule and require smaller pump energies, new techniques have been devised to enhance the non- linear properties. Significant enhancement has been studied through what is called SERS (Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering). Observed increases on the order of a factor of one million times Raman intensity for molecule absorbed on planar metallic surfaces. While several mechanisms appear to be at work in producing the enhancement, one of these mechanisms, known as the image field effect (IFE) considered the interaction between the oscillating dipole moment induced in the absorbed molecule and its image in the metal. This mechanism also appears under other conditions. While the mechanism employed in MRX is not classically Raman scattering, it does share a common foundation. Whereas, Raman scattering exists independent from the pump excitation energies and spatial image, MRX utilizes a pulsed spatially imaged bandwidth corresponding to the classical anti-Stokes line to form a collective surface plasmon excitation on the surface of the molecule. The molecule whose anti-Stokes line most closely corresponds to that of the pump is said to be "coupled." The coupled molecule absorbs the pump energy until saturation is reached several orders of magnitude more efficiently than other molecule of similar weight and configuration. Once saturation is reached, the Lumped Harmonic Oscillator, formed by the plasmon network, relaxes. Upon relaxation, a pulse of energy (coherent though multi-frequency) is emitted. In effect, a true Raman Laser. Albeit microscopic in size and orthogonal in propagation, its characteristic emission is specific to the coupled molecule. When a substance is irradiated by the radiation of a pulse laser and simultaneously by a continuum lying at frequencies higher than the typical Stokes lines, the r Raman shifts appear as absorbed lines. This is the so-called inverse Raman effect. In this case, all the Raman active molecular transitions can appear in the spectrum. Since the spectrum is generated in liquids and solids in a time of approximately 45 nanoseconds, and since there are the possibilities of reducing the time much further, the effect can furnish a high speed method for studying transient molecular phenomena as well as static on. This image field produces an effective resonance condition for the laser frequency, giving the maximum enhancement of Raman scattering at "resonance." MRX incorporates this Coupling condition in the soft X-Ray portion of the spectrum to interrogate a field. The specimen requires no preparation aside from the removal of all ferromagnetic material and electronic devices. MRX couples sufficient energy into the infectious or targeted molecule or mass to transform the phonon phonon interactions into phonon vibron interaction. By coupling energy directly into the molecular bond sites, a rupturing of several bonds occur, completely defeating any targeted molecules.
MRX Executive Briefing
Current techniques for diagnosing viral infections rely on a sampling of a possibly insignificant portion of viable tissue (this would include blood and blood products). Generally, the course of an infection does not start systematically. Rather, the infection is received through a very small nexus at the point of contact with the infectious agent or carrier. State of the art detection methods use antibody tests and personal histories to screen probable Asymptomatic Infectious Agents (AIA). By the time a virus has entered the stage at which the body's immune system is reacting to its presence, it may have already been intracoporeal for a period well in excess of 90 days. In isolated cases where there has been a massive infusion of the contagion, earlier immune reaction response may be initiated. Also, as stated earlier, if the infection is introduced in either a weakened state or in a very small quantity, the "incubation period" is severely extended. Recent studies indicate this "incubation period" may extend to and beyond 10 years. Viruses are different from general floral infections one is more familiar with. While bacteria, parasites and symbiotics are capable of thriving and multiplying within the enveloped environment of the corpus, viruses and their more primitive relations, prions; are not so adept. These most simple bits of primitive organic compositions are not very much more than isolated involuted strands of genetic material (deoxyribonucleic acid, more commonly known as "DNA"). As such they are without possession of any attributes assigned as our criteria for viable life. If anything, they would be constituent parts of a living entity. It is partially a paradox, because even though these very pervasive agents are present bane to human kind, they are responsible for all known life. It seems that early in the evolutionary cycle, certain prions were incorporated into the permanent makeup of some single celled creatures. These prions became permanent structures indispensable for the more complex functions necessary for life. Mitochondria, the "powerhouse" of the cell, produce almost all the energy needed by the cell to function and replicate. Lyceums, nucleoli and golgi bodies are all further examples of an incorporative process. It is theorized that these individual organelle are in effect viruses or prions associated into a structure by which the organization provides a host environment. Incorporated Viral Components, "IVC's", thus form the component for the most diversely complicated and organized structures in the universe, living matter. Ancillary reasoning for the formation of life would be the existence of such primitive structures as prions, for without life these normally inactive agents would serve no function. They would not be able to reproduce, feed, grow, think or bear any attributes resembling viability. However, when they are matrixed with a living system of cellular derivation, they are intrinsic catalyzers and parasites. They now reproduce, feed and mutate. While this does not meet our criteria for life, it does signify a close interaction with living structures. Truly happenstance may predict the possible permutations by which these organic structures came into existence. However, once they are present, life itself becomes a progression of the recombinant perturbations. This very close alliance with living systems identifies the main significant problem with ascertaining the presence and or eliminating the presence of them from otherwise healthy somatic tissue. Chemically they are identical to the very identity of live itself, the genetic code. Within the cell, RNA (Ribonucleic Acid) is found in the nucleoli (IVC). These round bodies drift within the nucleus, making essential proteins and being cannibalized for RNA during repair of DNA and reproduction of the cell itself. This is where the problem lies. The nucleus is designed to sue available genetic material for these repairs and during Mitosis (cellular replication) and Meiosis (gamatic DNA formation). When the 'Nucleus is "contaminated" by a virus stripped of its protein shell (as in the case of HIV) it is unable to recognize it as being foreign. It is used as injudiciously as any other available RNA. Inserted onto the chromosomal strands when they unzipped during reproduction, they are replicated along with the balance of the genetic material. They now have accomplished that which they were unable to achieve by themselves. Realize that this is not an attack as with bacteria. The genetic material is, by analogy, invited along for the ride at the insistence of the host cell and not by any inherent infectious nature. In order to exist outside the Nucleus, the virus needs a protective jacket.This is the one function that the virus can accomplish. It produces a protein coat that intrinsically protects its relatively fragile genetic makeup. It produces this coat not be secretion as with living systems, but rather by accretion. Gathering chemicals from its immediate environment, the virus insulates itself against attack from naturally occurring decomposition reagents or enzymes. This protein jacket is the very flag the body uses to identify the virus as an invader. It can differentiate the virus as easily as identifying a bright red dress amidst a room filled with women in all white satin gowns. The body then creates specific antibodies to attack the invading virus. This is also the technique by which one may diagnose an infection. Identifying the presence of antibodies with the proper protein "key" to fit the protein coat on the virus provides a positive test result. Even if the individual is asymptomatic, it is an assumption within reason that an exposure to the virus has taken place. Several factors contradict the accuracy of the antibody testing. (1) A statistically healthy survey is required to assure an appropriate match. (2) It can only be assumed that the immune system is currently responding to the infection systematically. (3) A healthy immune response mechanism can only be assumed (4) it must also be assumed that the infection has been incubated somatically for a period of time sufficient to attract the attention of the body's defenses. These factors specifically identify the potential areas for remiss. Others also may be of significance, but are addressed and resolved by conventional solutions. In addition to the protein jacket there are additional flags for the contagion (read "virus"). While I have stated that the chemical makeup of the virus is identical to that contained in the normal genetic material, one should not infer that the virus is wholly equal to regular genetic material. DNA encoding is accomplished by sequencing. Just as all written languages are compilation of relatively few vowels and consonants, RNA and DNA are composed of only 6 respective components. It differs from DNA in only 2 primary ways. The sugar in RNA is Ribose, and RNA contains the base Uracil,instead of Thymine. These differences are because of the stitching bonds that form the distinctively well known double helix. If the body could "read" the pattern for the specific virus and recognize it as being a virus the body would have no difficulty in responding effectively enough to prevent any transfer of genetic material. However, at this juncture, evolution has let us down. The same versatility that provided an environment for evolution through INC has now allowed for a continual process of DNA contamination through viral contamination. Effectively the virus is carried with the TRNA (transfer RNA) as it would any conventional assembly of genetic material. Technology does present several solutions. With atomic microscopes, one can precisely topographically map the exterior of the offending virus. Chemical stoichiometry can be precisely ascertained through NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) assay, Mass spectroscopy and chemical tagging. Genetic sequencing can be accomplished through Vectors(genetically engineered viruses) and through conventional gene sequencers. The data resulting from these tests present the scientist with a virtual Rosetta Stone for identifying and elucidating the unique characteristics specific and individual to the Virus. In the case of HIV, all the previous described data has already been established with a high degree of certainty. This virus is small, relatively simple and as conventional as one could expect it to be. This is why its catalyzing actions within the body are so insidious. It progresses very slowly and does not cause the body to respond in a girding of all defenses. Generally the body is wholly unaware of its presence for 60 to 90 days. When the body does respond, it does so in a halfhearted fashion, since the contagion is so easily destroyed and does not affect contiguous structures with its presence. However, the virus, by acting so slowly and most actively on actively reproducing cells, very gradually diminishes the viability of the immune system. No one has ever died of the infection of HIV. Rather, they die of "opportunistic infections" caused by the body's being so gradually weakened during the course of the infection. If the virus were more damaging, as to cause intrinsic symptomatology of the virus itself, the body would easily suppress it. However, the immune system does not recognize the virus as a major threat to its viability. With technology, one can apply sentiment reasoning to the cause and effect of the virus's method of operation. Current efforts with "Vectors" should prove excellent in procuring a cure for the infection. However, early detection has been elusive to past methods and approaches in resolving the problem and identifying a cure. A closer inspection of the previously assembled knowledge of HIV reveals that a solution does indeed present itself for recognition. Once the mass, structure, composition and arrangement of the virus is precisely ascertained (already confirmed); it becomes increasingly obvious that an extension of physics is available to facilitate scanning of the HIV virus. The scanning apparatus is a combination of proven technologies, including the X-Ray Laser and the discipline of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. A single sample of the virus can be scanned using this technology to determine virtually all properties. To proceed with a ZERO WINDOW REAL TIME DIRECT VIRAL ANALYSIS; the following criteria are easily accomplished; (1) Diagnosis must take place in living tissue (intra vivo) (2) Diagnosis must not be through invasive or deleterious action. (3) The diagnosis must be absolute. (4) The diagnosis must be accomplished in Real Time. (5) The diagnosis must specify and quantify the location of the virus. (6) The diagnosis must be available ubiquitously. (7) The diagnosis must resolve all aspects of the exposure question. Physical science indicates certain anions available to all matter. These activities include mechanical, electrical, magnetic and specific quantum effects. Science can with great certainty, predict each behavior given a known atomic and molecular configuration and composition. The configuration and composition of the HIV virus is precisely available. With this knowledge, we have assembled the proper technologies to scan for its presence. A few of the specific properties we analyze are inertia, harmonics, moments, resonance, precession, absorption, surface plasmon scattering and Raman spectra. With a Laser tuned to near resonance with the virus, a certain degree of coupling is accomplished. When the virus is placed in a magnetic field, it will harmonically generate a "signature" Raman shift. This spectra of 1250 to 1540 angstroms shows up as harmonic banding at evenly spaced quantum intervals. With spatial filtering provided by the molecules (read virus) with plasmon scattering in the 16 - 40 angstrom range; a quantum detector will accurately signify a positive or negative reading. Through source scanning and measurement of the scattering angle, a reading of the proliferation and precise mapping of the exact location is accomplished. PRECISION TO ONE MOLECULE IS REALIZED. Real time zero window signal processing achieves positive or negative verification. It now becomes apparent that the technologies are already in place to couple a larger, more significant energy level directly into the molecule. When sufficient energy is couple, the molecule is not able to shed the energy fast enough to avoid overcoming a quantum electrical property known as a Schottky barrier, causing a breakage of one or more bonds; RENDERING THE MOLECULE NO LONGER VIABLE AS A VIRUS. AT THIS POINT IN PROCEDURE, THE PATIENT, LIVING TISSUE, TRANSPLANT OR BLOOD TRANSFUSION IS VIRTUALLY (100%) ASSURED FREE OF INFECTION. NOT ONE MOLECULE WILL REMAIN TO INITIATE A RE-OCCURRENCE. THE DETECTION AND ERADICATION OF THE AIDS VIRUS CAN NOW BE REALIZED. MRX REPRESENTS A QUANTUM ACCELERATION IN THE ABILITY TO MANIPULATE MOLECULES AND WILL IMPART FAR REACHING EFFECTS WE HAVE ONLY BEGUN TO EXPLORE. THE APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE, INDUSTRY AND DEFENSE PROPELS SCIENCE TO A NEW PLATEAU.
MRX Technology - MRX 101
While engaged in research significantly removed from MRX current trajectory, certain fortunate anomalies in an experiment were noted. These anomalies have become the framework about which MRX has grown. One may describe MRX as a magic bullet composed solely of energy, whose application is molecular marksmanship. What one has here is a powerful tool for analysis, diagnosis, and mitigation. Dealing selectively on an intracoporeal or extracoporeal level, biomedical technology finally has the ability to specifically identify, quantify, and treat various diseases. Since MRX operates on a fundamentally molecular level, many varieties of disease and/or infection fall within the scope of its function. In order to understand how MRX operates one must proceed through a thorough study of quantum physics. However, by analogy and example herein contained, certain elucidation as to the functioning and concept may be realized Furthermore, effort, application, exploitation, technological spinoffs, and industrial economic ramifications will be examined in due course. The initial step in explaining any innovative technology is to lay a firm foundation in established, precise, and accepted science. Once this foundation is firmly established, all departures and expansions on the base technology need to follow prudent syllogisms without indulging in abstract nomenclature or idiomatic representations. However, in order to present the ideas and concepts of the indepth science encompassed by MRX without the obfuscating nomenclature, certain liberties need to be taken. Where necessary, analogies will be used to illustrate function. By definition, analogies serve well to illustrate. However, one needs to recognize that analogies are also a departure from the best factual representation. MRX is a technology based on pure quantum treatment of lattice energy transfer mechanics within macro molecules. In less technicalese; one might suggest that rather than trying to sift for a variety of specifying attributes, MRX images the interrelationship in total of a complex system. Much like a hologram is composed of the interference patterns resulting from multiple sources of information, MRX is an image resulting from the summed perturbal spatial and temporal characteristics of a molecule. Also, just as a hologram, when properly illuminated, can synthetically represent the original analyzed object lambertian image plane, MRX can use a synthesized spatial energy distribution to stimulate spontaneous coupling and subsequent relaxation emission. The key to understanding the mechanism under which MRX operates resides in the energy transfer mechanics within the molecule itself. In simple molecules or individual atoms the energy within the system is shared through a relatively basic artifice. Fundamentally, energy is stored in inertial packets called quanta. These specific units of energy are easily contained and moved about by subatomic particles called electrons. This rudimentary system is by itself responsible for most of the observed day to day interactions that by which we exist, define time, and conceptualize space. However, slightly more esoteric is the higher order energy transfer and conversion systems resulting from the fine, hyperfine, and lattice structure that forms the framework for matter and energy. Some of these energy systems (it is acceptable at this level to consider energy and matter entirely equal) deal with nuclear instabilities. Insofar as MRX is concerned we can ignore all the energy tied up in the nucleus except for the inertial affects of the nucleus as a bound system. Remember, MRX deals with the interaction of atoms not with individual atoms themselves. MRX is primarily concerned with a quantum system resulting from three distinct molecular/atomic energy transfer mechanisms. The nomenclature generic to the field calls these three quanta carrying sprites "phonons, vibrons, and plasmons." Imagine a single instrument playing a melody. If played well a selection conveys several pieces of data. Initially, it is the tonal qualities of the instrument (for the moment ignore the skills of the player). This primacy in the temporal stream may convey to the astute listener the instrument variety and pitch. As time continues certain other tidbits of information become apparent The major key becomes established, the tempo, and finally the melody emerges. If one adds several other instruments of the same and complimentary varieties, interesting events take place. Playing the same melody and in the same key, the overall harmonious cacophony develops a unique persona relative to the blending of the constituent instruments. The operative term here is "blending." In affect the blending still is orders of magnitude more complex in information/data then the primary melody line itself or the individual intonations. Clearly, aside from the melody line there exists an interdependence of interactions resulting from many conditions not the least being the spatial separation between the instruments. (It is assumed that the instruments can be in perfect tune and the skill of the musicians is without flaw.) This presents a close analogy for the mechanism within the molecule that MRX is imaging. Rather than listening to a temporal melody played by a single atom, MRX listens to the interaction patterns that occur in total. It is the energy mobility between the plasmons, phonons, and vibrons that give rise to the specific harmony of the molecule. This harmony is uniquely specific to an exact molecular constitution and geometric arrangement. Normally this lattice energy interaction is a lesser preferred device within the molecule. It is a signal that takes a back seat to the grand melody played out by the gross movement of vibrating atoms and cavorting electrons. Nonetheless, it is present and has a possible enhancement personality. By creating certain operating constraints on the overall molecular system, the interaction sequences may be enhanced well over a million fold. By developing a synthesized signal, energy can be directly coupled to the system. Much like an opera singer can cause a crystal goblet to resonate and subsequently shatter, so can enhanced coupling pump significant energy into an atomic lattice. All this is well and good for demonstrating how the energy is coupled and stored within the lattice, however the question remains: How does MRX utilize this phenomena? To answer this question, again a tool of favorite character, the analogy, is utilized. Picture a large gathering. Imagine that there exists a great multitude of diverse individuals, congregated together, all wearing the same clothing. It is easy to recognize that some are different; some are taller, some are fatter, some are of various races. However, in order to glean the location of a single individual, these traits only serve to reduce the overall population. It is an elimination game whose results are far from perfect. Statistically this is the appropriate technique. Eliminate other populations and probability will increase that your individual will reside within the remaining group. Closer examination will yield data regarding the sex, age range, and eye color. These delimiters still do not definitively help select the individual sought In essence this becomes akin to a filtering process. More efficient would be the scenario played if one would employ a parametric probe. A most efficacious technique would involve addressing the congregation over the public address system with certain inquiries. First, the inquiry would be to ask an individual with a certain first name to identify themselves by raising their hand. (Assume that this is a convention of truth tellers and that none would purposely commit the subterfuge of lying). If the name was unique, perhaps the response would be singular and thus would end the experiment. But possibly, the name was more ubiquitous than not This being the case several responses would be forthcoming. Now, the inquiry would be for those with that first name and a specified surname. A further delimiter might include the occupation, address, and possibly the Spouses name. With this data one would be assured that the individual responding is the one sought MRX in essence proceeds in the same manner. By utilizing a signature (read energy in specified temporal and spatial images) a relaxation response form coupled molecules is accomplished. In essence it is akin to the person in the gathering raising his hand and calling out "Here I Am." The technology encompassed within MRX utilizes this premise to create the scenario herein analogized. Furthermore certain further perturbations are realized. With highly efficient coupling, energy levels in the molecule can be increased until the point of catastrophic failure of the molecule occurs. Once failure occurs coupling ceases as the molecule no longer possesses the initial resonant coupling characteristics. Just as the opera singer caused the crystal goblet to shatter, so too may the flux of energy coupled to the lattice, if increased to a critical level, eventually cause its failure. Engineering is the final obstacle to the completion of MRX. The science is sound, the technology available, and the need explicit. A considerable effort is necessary to bring the diverse engineering disciplines together to achieve the gestalt science necessary for the completion of MRX. From these disciplines various ancillary applications will likely become apparent. Obviously the initial utilization of MRX would be for the detection of specific viral infections. However, with the proper biomedical expertise a whole catalog of diseases, that are tagged by specific molecular arrangements, may be addressed. This would include any disease that has a DNA or RNA progenitor. Some cancers, systemic infections, and parasites would be the first order of thought. Also tagging and enervating certain molecules for genetic surgery seems highly likely. Truly, MRX is a potential boon to the medical community and all organic scientists. Since the operational wavelengths over which MRX operates is in the X-ray regime, intracoperal and invitro operation is just as efficacious. Furthermore, intercellular operation is of no consequence as it is for most vector approaches. Such a tool, in the industrial community, would give rise to technology for growing perfect crystals, creating paracrystals, molecular analogs, and new dimers. In addition it would be an analytical instrument for a whole variety of applications. MRX from a technological vantage will produce a cornucopia of spin off applications. As further study of molecular science continues, it is possible that MRX will provide a fundamental insight to sub molecular species.This would only occur if and when techniques for imaging energies in the gamma ray regime become available. For a variety of reasons, (called economics) certain organizations would not enjoy the completion of MRX. Likely naysayers would include pharmaceutical concerns, medical organizations, and those with a status quo political agenda. When MRX becomes operational, many of the aforementioned groups will stand to lose a great deal of income and power. Since MRX treats diseases that affect the most fit and active (socially, sexually, physically, etc.) members of society, certain questions are likely to present themselves. i.e. Who will share the economic burden of the health care system when the chronically ill and elderly (read; inability to pay) become the super users of the system. Clearly MRX is a political more than a social issue. MRX will reverse the current health care crisis; economically and qualitatively.