You guys aren't going to believe what I found on the internet...check this out!
High resolution optical microscopes with enhanced depth of field, magnification and color contrast for living samples, without staining or oil-immersion needed.www.grayfieldoptical.com
Microscopes capable of doing the work that Naessens, Reich, Rife and Bechamp did exist right now and can be purchased!! They aren't as powerful as theirs were, but are strong enough to do most of what they did.
A blurb from their website, under "Technology/Descriptions":
Ever since the German physicist Ernst Abbe determined that light microscopes cannot resolve objects smaller than half the wavelength of visible light (about 250nm), this has been seen by scientists as the absolute resolution limit of light optical microscopes.
The current Grayfield Lens System (GLS) is the result of over 40 years research and development. By closely examining and optimizing every part of the optical pathway and closely examining the laws of optics, putting every aspect of those laws into question, a unique way of designing optical systems was discovered, where the limits normally associated with optical resolution simply do not apply.
We recognize that many of the statements, images and videos shown on this site regarding the optical capabilities of our microscopes will appear incredible to those who have studied the existing laws of optical physics. Yet these capabilities are real and based on solid optical designs which work extremely reliably, as anyone who has uses our microscopes will discover.
True scientists should remain open for new scientific developments and we ask you to reserve judgement while you view the numerous images, videos and data and ask yourself if the capabilities of our optical systems, as presented on this website, would be useful to your research work. Anyone visiting our labs can see for themselves what can really be achieved with this technology.
On this website, we will present a considerable amount of proof for you to judge for yourself what is possible with this technology.
We thank-you for your interest."
So, what can this baby do (their "SeeNano Pro" model)?
Reflected Light: <100nm true resolution
Transmitted Light: 100nm true resolution
(Translation: greater than 9000x magnification!)
High Definition Scope in Vivo, in Vitro, in Situ
Ø Operates at room temperature for maximum flexibility
Ø Uses untreated samples to avoid damage and false observations
Ø Non-destructive technique enables living objects to be observed
Ø Depth of field is adjustable to penetrate deep samples
Ø Full colour images for detailed analysis
Ø Effective alternative to scanning electron microscope
Ø Resolution and depth of field increased extended
Look at this baby! Look at the clean lines, the bells and whistles, and her oculars!!
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I want one of these!! Should we start a "Go Fund Me" account?!
THIS STUFF EXISTS, and is in use right now. There are doctors performing blood work and analysis with these beauties all around the world as I type. I'll look into getting a hold of some names of these doctors, and maybe we can actually get one or two to help us out. I already found one who lives not too far from me, though he is older. Maybe we can even get Scottie to interview one of these guys some day. May this not be wishful thinking!
Check out their site and see the pictures and videos they provide. This thing is simply mind-blowing. It does seem that there has been a counter-culture medical scene that has been using these discoveries all along, and it has been developed enough that some countries allow their use in diagnostics and treatments presently. We may actually be far behind the learning curve here, possibly simply due to the absolute control the Medical Industrial Complex has upon the media and the sharing of this information in certain western countries. This discovery actually makes me giddy! This knowledge is already in use, right now!
If my memory is correct, the administrator of the rifeforum, Mr. Walker, is a member of this company. The Rife microscope was surely a great inspiration for them. Rife was able to take photographs of living microorganisms. For decades all modern microscopes would destroy them.
So, if Grayfield actually reached or surpassed the resolution and quality of Rife's microscope, we can only congratulate them. The late inventor of this new model, Mr. Kurt Olbrich, worked on it for many years. He was mentioned in the rifeforum. May he rest in peace.