From Innovative Breakthroughs to Global Recognition

About Me

Bio of J. Joaquín Machado

EMF Researcher and self-taught Inventor with studies in particle physics

Background

In his beginnings, in the year 2000, he was an enthusiastic in his country (Venezuela) who warned about the possible risks associated with the use of cell phones, promoting the use of headsets, and following the studies of Dr. Neil Cherry, for whom he launched an educational program taught by various educational foundations in 5 countries of the region.
In 2004, he began studying the measurement of electromagnetic fields and dedicated himself to raising awareness about the importance of avoiding proximity to mobile phone masts. At this point, he began testing anti-radiation protection systems. That same year, he created the SAES Project (Soluciones Alternativas para el Electrosmog, for its acronym in Spanish), focusing on evaluating alternative protection systems against electromagnetic fields.
For 6 years, he tested systems, conventional and unconventional protection solutions, which allowed him to verify the partial effectiveness of some systems and the ineffectiveness of other solutions that did not do what they claimed to do.
In 2008, he coordinated a materials science analysis in conjunction with a multidisciplinary group of engineers on the properties of metals, their ability to resonate at specific frequencies, and what could be the benefits of using them to combat electrosmog. Such attempts were unsuccessful, until a promising new line of research began in 2010, focused on the use of applied nanomagnetism as a system to reduce the effects of electrosmog.

Line of Research

He has focused on the use of applied nanomagnetism as a method to neutralize the perturbation of non-ionizing radiation artificial spin polarization at radio frequencies used for telecommunications.

After following the conclusions of various international scientists and researchers, he concluded that, in the act of modulating a signal by amplitude, frequency, or phase to transmit a message on radio waves, a fundamental disturbance occurred in biological systems in the presence of those weak and ultraweak magnetic fields; such affectations appear in the particles’ spins, altering the energy level of the electrons and changing the spins natural orientation of as a consequence of the polarization that is given to the carrier wave.

His entire line of research focused on achieving a material with properties capable of exhibiting stable ferromagnetism on the nanometric scale, exclusively for the reduction of noise or quantum disturbance in biological systems resulting from artificial spin polarization. The original hypothesis of his invention was that, if the artificial polarization of the radiation spins could be depolarized using applied nanomagnetism, the radiation spins could be naturally repolarized without affecting EM waves’ trajectory and destination, and, in this way, generate a passive filtering effect of those radiations with which biological systems could be protected from changes in their spins’ orientation.

In this line of research, in 2011 he became interested in the potential ferromagnetic properties of gold nanoparticles in a certain window of the nanometric scale. It was then that he undertook a line 

of research on these Au NPs, and, in the following year, he expanded his research to a more extensive search for ferromagnetic properties in different metals at the nanometer scale.

By mid-2013, Machado finished his first stable formulation of the SPIRO® material using magnetic properties of Gold, Palladium, and Titanium NPs, in combination with polymers for stabilization and isolation, achieving the expected effect through a phenomenon known as Spin Resonance Vortex, with which was presumed a reduction in the susceptibility of biological systems to change their spins.

With this preliminary formulation, he manufactured his first specimens and distributed them in 34 cases of people with electromagnetic sensitivity or EHS, obtaining excellent improvement testimonials. In the same way, he sent other specimens to the IGEF (International Electrosmog Research Association) for their independent experiments on HRV (Heart Rate Variability), which, the following year, were confirmed and certified by the organization as effective for the electrosmog protection.

Additionally, he organized crowdfunding on the islands of Aruba and Curaçao in the Dutch Caribbean, where he lived and had his design and simulation laboratory together with his wife, who is a telecommunications engineer and suffers from severe electromagnetic sensitivity or EHS.

Crowdfunding made it possible to distribute the specimens to hundreds of people and diverse cases that paved the way for the improvement of the SPIRO® material and for understanding the different variables in exposure to electrosmog. In this way, Machado made improvements to its formulation, as well as SAR and OTA laboratory tests.

This is how the Spin Radiation Organizer system (SPIRO®,  by its acronym in English) was born. In 2015, Machado submitted the registration of his formulations in materials science to the USPTO for the manufacture of SPIRO® nanocomposite films, whose patent and formulations were updated in 2018 with new patents, obtaining their approval in the following years both in the USPTO as well as in the European, Japanese, Canadian, and South Korean patent offices, among others.

In 2018, in collaboration with a group of electrical engineers, he developed a harmonic and transient low-pass filter for residences with the incorporation of SPIRO® material, to offer a solution for dirty electricity that could be used by people with EHS. As a result, in 2019 he carried out dozens of case studies on fields of the current and the response of the SPIRO® material as a mitigator of artificial spin polarization. This is how he succeeded in classifying SPIRO® power for alternating current (AC) fields.

Today, Machado executes Electrosmog control projects following the ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) principle in residential and commercial spaces and installs the SPIRO® material to control high and low-frequency pollution.

Patents & Publications

  • Electromagnetic Contamination Neutralization Composition Device and Method - US US9820418B1 · Issued Nov 14, 2017
  • Electromagnetic Contamination Neutralization Formulation Material of wide application - US US10058017B1 · Issued Aug 21, 2018

 

  • Electromagnetic Contamination Neutralization Composition Device and Method - AE P6001318/2018 · Issued Sep 23, 2018

 

  • Electromagnetic Contamination Neutralization Composition Device and Method - CO NC2018/0011077 · Issued Oct 16, 2018

 

  • System for monitoring and evaluating electromagnetic contamination by source - US US10145875B1 · Issued Dec 4, 2018

 

전자기
방사선
필터
솔루션
– Electromagnetic Radiation Solution
KR 10-2048553 · Issued Nov 19, 2019

 

  • Electromagnetic Contamination Neutralization Composition Device and Method - AU 2017237179 · Issued Mar 5, 2020

 

  • エレクトロクリーンフィルター技術 – Nanocomposite Material for Electromagnetic Contamination - JP 2019-500757 · Issued Jul 7, 2020

 

  • Procede, dispositif et composition de neutralisation de contamination électromagnétique - CA 3,018,175 · Issued Jul 22, 2021

Awards & Recognitions 

  • CTA (Consumer Technology Association) Sustainability Report 2019
        • Noxtak is named as one the three Emerging Disruptive Technologies
  • SVIIF2019 (Silicon Valley Invention Festival)
        • Gold Medal in Environmental Protection 
  • The International Prize 2019 - Geneva's House 

  • Edison Awards 2020
        • Silver in Material Science, Nanotechnology. 
  • German Innovation Awards 2021 
      • Gold Medal 

    Projects Completed

    1. “Longitudinal Study 2014 - 2018: 144 subjects using SPIRO in Aruba island.”
    2. "Aruba EMF Monitoring Project: A Comprehensive Assessment of EMF on the Island (2013-2017)"
    3. “UEE Project: A decade of Urban EMF Exploration in Major Cities (2013-2022).”
    4. “Double Blind Clinical Study on HRV, Sleep Quality, Stress scan.”
    5. "EMF Exposure and SPIRO Effectiveness Analysis in Tesla Motors Y Models (2021 & 2022)."
    6. "Assessing the Prevalence of EHS Symptoms: A Survey of High School Students in Doral"
    7. "Impact of Wi-Fi Interference on Mobile Phone Performance: A Comparative Study of Spiro Card Effects in a Public Space."
    8. "EMF Assessment of the Surroundings of a School in Doral, Florida near a Cell Phone Tower"
    9. "Reducing Electrosmog in a Legal Office: A Case Study of the Implementation of Stroom Master Dirty Power Filters."
    10. "Assessing the Impact of SPIRO Material on Water Quality: A Comparative Study Using PH Electrodes and GDV Cameras."
    11. "Assessing the Impact of Spiro on Family Health: A 90-Day Biophotonic Study using GDV Camera."
    12. "Reducing EMF Pollution in the Workplace: A Case Study of Using Spiro with WiFi Analyzers and GDV Camera in an Office of 14 Employees."
    13. "Mitigating 5G/WiFi Pollution in the Urban Workplace: A Study Utilizing Spiro and Analytical Devices."
    14. "Enhancing Sleep and Alleviating Tinnitus in a 68-Year-Old Female through SPIRO and Glutathione Liposomal Intervention: A Case Study"








     

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