EMF and Mice Experiment with Tachyon and CRT


SD-1 Tachyon Silica Disk

In the field of research involving electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs), Carl D. Troppy, a licensed natural health educator, conducted a series of experiments on mice to understand the effects of extra low frequencies (ELFs) on biological systems. These experiments also aimed to explore the potential impact of Silica Disk (SD-1) provided by Advanced Tachyon Technologies on ELFs generated by video display terminals (VDTs).

Experiment Setup

For the experiments, Troppy carefully selected feeder mice due to their short life expectancy and ensured their well-being throughout the study. The mice were provided with high-quality food, clean water, exercise equipment, and adequate ventilation. To evaluate the effects of ELFs, three individual mice were chosen: Rudy, Bert, and Lucky. Each mouse was set up in a separate cage with similar conditions.

Observation and Results

EMF Mice Experiment with Tachyon Silica Disks

Rudy, the control experiment mouse, exhibited an active and interested demeanor throughout the five months and five days of observation. He displayed a healthy appetite and regularly engaged in exercise.
Bert, the mouse exposed to the unprotected VDT, showed signs of nervousness after about 45 days. He became difficult to handle during cage cleaning, consumed less food and water compared to the other mice, and eventually passed away after three months and four days.

Lucky, like Rudy, remained active and unaffected from the beginning. However, Lucky's cage included the installation of Silica disks  provided by Advanced Tachyon Technologies. Lucky lived for 12 months and ten days, approximately twice as long as Rudy, suggesting a potential positive effect of the Silica disks.

Understanding the Effects of EMFs

Troppy, as an independent researcher, personally experienced the impact of EMFs and Silica disks. After installing the Silica disks on the breaker box in his office, he noticed a significant reduction in fatigue after prolonged computer use. Although the mechanism behind the effects of Tachyonized Silica Disks is not fully understood, Troppy's research over the past year supports the claim that these disks eliminate the negative effects of ELFs.

Sheryl Burton's Study

Sheryl Burton, a health care provider and independent researcher, conducted a comprehensive review of Trophy's experiments to verify their validity. She aimed to duplicate the experiments as closely as possible and evaluate the results independently. Burton acquired two larger cages to increase the mouse population and installed ceramic feeding bowls, glass water bottles, and exercise wheels.
Burton's observations showed that the antisocial behavior of mice became problematic within the first fifteen days. However, she noted a significant difference between Site #1 (without Silica disks) and Site #2 (with Silica disks). The mice in Site #1 exhibited more fights and general irritation compared to those in Site #2. With further modifications, Burton isolated the two strongest mice from each site for the sake of their well-being.
At Site #1, where no Silica disks were installed, both mice displayed increased irritability, quick startle responses, and eventually passed away after 79 and 91 days. In contrast, the mice at Site #2, with Silica disks installed, appeared calmer, more curious, and exhibited improved exercise habits. After 375 days, Burton successfully replicated Troppy's findings, confirming the effectiveness of Tachyonized Silica Disks in protecting mice from the negative effects of EMFs.


The experiments conducted by Carl D. Troppy and Sheryl Burton shed light on the potential impact of ELFs and the effectiveness of Tachyonized Silica Disks in mitigating their negative effects. While the studies were conducted on mice, the implications for humans warrant further research and investigation. The results suggest that Silica disks can provide a solution to the harmful effects of EMFs and enhance biological functions. As a health care practitioner and researcher, Burton strongly recommends individuals who regularly interact with devices emitting EMFs to consider utilizing Tachyonized Silica Disks for protection.