p-Radiation discovery offers new paradigm in catastrophe and disease prevention

A scientist of Catastrophe Prevention Research Laboratory, Vladimir Rombakh, introduces discovery of amazing "p-Rays" and invention of Non-invasive method for monitoring of atomic reactions and its applications

Vladimir Rombakh discovers a previously unknown electromagnetic radiation in the area of 50 - 100 KEV that has a penetration power million times greater than X-Rays, and has named it "p-Rays" ("p-Radiation"). Vladimir Rombakh is the lead scientist at Catastrophe Prevention Research Laboratory made his fantastic discovery that would cause a paradigm shift in technology and methods of structural assessments. "p-Radiation," otherwise known as p-Rays, led to the invention of the U. S. patent-pending (16/418,257) NON-INVASIVE MONITORING OF ATOMIC REACTIONS TO DETECT STRUCTURAL FAILURE. The discovery is a result of years of hard work spearheaded by Vladimir Rombakh, as he started to work on the project in his garage in Washington.

The invention from Vladimir and his team at Catastrophe Prevention Research Laboratory allows for a real-time detection of the micro-cracks, nano-cracks and nano defects development, as well as the conditions preceding their occurrence in any materials, organisms, regardless of their type, composition, size, conditions of use and external influences. Through the discovery, Vladimir has proven experimentally that this radiation has exceptional penetrating power, a million times greater than the penetrating power of X-Rays.

The universal high-accuracy method works without x-rays or any other external radiation source, allowing the use of very compact and ultra-compact equipment without compromising the quality of results. The invention has an unprecedented penetrating power that is unattainable for x-rays, working effectively even in lead, an element known to be used as a protective shield against x-rays.

A series of experiments conducted using the method has revealed its versatility and somewhat limitless applications. It can be used across several industries, offering new levels in improving the safety of the operations of equipment, transport, and structures, including aircraft, pipelines, bridges, and a host of others. The experiments were carried out to detect nano-cracks at 1 mile (1640 meters) of the railway tracks, with the simplest detection device placed in the ground within 20 feet from the railway tracks itself.

The invention has possible medical applications - it allows non-invasive monitoring of internal organs, and bodily fluids for pathologic cells' changes without any external influences and radiation, including harmful X-Rays.

The method is applicable for the analysis of materials, alloys, and products during their development and production to detect microscopic and nano-defects, as it is much faster and accurate than radiography.

For more information about "p-Rays" and other amazing works from Vladimir Rombakh and the Catastrophe Prevention Research Laboratory team, please visit - www.CatastrophePrevention.com.

About Catastrophe Prevention Research Laboratory
Catastrophe Prevention Research Laboratory is a scientific research outfit that is poised with offering innovative scientific solution for prevention of man-made disasters. The lab is headed by the accomplished research scientist Vladimir Rombakh, and has developed several of amazing solutions applicable across several industries.

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