Biotechnology Research

posted 6/13/06

Our IOOK Technology Guru has yet another announcement!

Over the past 3 years, the International research branch of the Technology Center carried out biotechnology research combining light photosensitive proton infusion experiments in the Amazon River .

The theory behind the research concentrated on the possibility that if bio-protons were infused in water, then animals drinking the water would fine it easier to see at  night. In the Amazon jungle, mortality of endangered species is increased by result of the deforestation of the tropical rainforest.  The reason is that the increased infusion of road construction and transportation spooks the species at night, causing them to run into the roadways and be killed in the heavy traffic of the deforestation efforts.

The United Nations approached the IOOK Technology Center in the hopes that our innovative ideas would find a way to lessen the problem. Since we know it is impossible to stop the exploitation of the forests in the Amazon, our researchers thought that if the animals could be made more sensitive to light at night, they might be better able to see the oncoming vehicles and stay away from the roads.

So far the theory has not proven as expected.

However, as a byproduct of the experiment, the IOOK Technology Center stumbled upon a revolutionary by-product of the proton infusion in fish.

The results portend an amazing opportunity to increase the fishing yield in lakes and rivers as is seen in the accompanying video report of the most recent experimental run in the Amazon.

I requested our lead scientist ship you some product for testing up there in the lakes to see if the result is transferable to the United States .  It will give you an amazing increase in fish catch success.  If the experiment proves itself, I anticipate contacting the United States Department of the Interior to establish a program of stocking fish in all lakes and rivers and then infusing the proton mix so that all outdoor enthusiasts can finally get into the game of catching fish (instead of fishing for them).

The next step would be to try the effort in the ocean so us deep sea advocates can enjoy similar catching.  Canít wait to see the 250 Lbs + tuna cavorting as did the fish in the video.

Please review the research and post to the technology page once the IOOK Technology Center web server is upgraded to handle the expected influx of hits from fishermen all over the world.

73 de NN3V  ...-.-

(FYI, the following video is 4.98 MB)