Dr. Lo concludes, "The homeopaths were definitely onto something, but our discovery of IE crystals may help their medi cines become even more powerfulful, and these IE crystals will also probably have significant industrial applications, energy transfer benefits, cleansing uses, and ecological protection."
Dr. Lo's work with IE crystals was initially inspired by earlier research in homeopathy, and his first experiments in
using microdoses of substances were derived from the homeopathic pharmacological process of sequential diluting and shaking sub stances in a distilled water.
The Lancet (September 20, 1997) recently published a review of 89 double-blind controlled trials and discovered that homeo pathic medicines were 2.45 more effective than a placebo. Even the studies which were deemed "high quality" studies found that homeopathic medicine had a 1.78 times greater effect than place bo. Despite these significant results, scientists and skeptics have dismissed this research primarily because they assumed that the doses used in homeopathy simply did not exist and could not possibly have any effect.
Reference to Dr. Lo's original research:
Shui-Yin Lo, "Anomalous State of Ice," Modern Physics Letters B, 10,19 (1996):909-919.
Shui-Yin Lo, Angela Lo, Li Wen Chong, et al., "Physical Proper ties of Water with IE Structures," Modern Physics Letters B, 10,19 (1996):921-930.
The following information about American Technologies Group's management team is provided to show the level of involvement from leading members of the business and science community.
American Technologies Group's Management Team
Lawrence J. Brady serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Brady served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Trade Administration in the Reagan Administration. He served in senior staff roles in the Nixon and Ford White Houses. He has repre
sented the United States in trade negotiations in Europe, Japan, and China. He served 12 years in staff positions in the U.S. Senate.
Hugo Pomrehn was President and Chief Operating Officer of ATG until February, 1997, and now serves as Executive Vice President of Special Projects. He was Under Secretary of Energy in the Bush Administration where he was the third ranking official at the U.S. Department of Energy. He was also Vice President and Manager of the L.A. Office of Bechtel Corporation.
Shui-Yin Lo, PhD. serves of the Director of Research. He is presently a visiting professor at California Institute of Tech nology, and has previously taught at Stanford University, Oxford University, and Berlin University. He has published over 100 papers in peer-review scientific journals, including Physical Review Letters, Physical Review, and Nuclear Physics. He re ceived his doctoral degree in physics at the University of Chica go (1966).
Benjamin Bonavida, PhD has served as professor in the department of microbiology and immunology at UCLA since 1983. He served as interim chair of this department in 1996 and 1997. He has pub lished over 300 papers in peer-review scientific journals, in cluding most of the leading journals in cancer research.
Selim M. Senkan, PhD. has served as the chairman of the depart ment of chemical engineering at UCLA since 1995. He received his doctoral degree at MIT.
List of Board of Directors (in addition to Lawrence Brady and Shui-Yin Lo):