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The Art of Air 2019: A Journey Through the Century

Implementation of the theoretical Nobel Prize research in state-of-the-art technology

Dr. Jibin Chi on the link between Nobel Prize research and AIRNERGY science. Below are some essential excerpts translated from his English-language lecture.

In his foreword “Journey through the Century”, Chi briefly examines the groundbreaking achievements of the two Nobel laureates Dr. Corneille Heymans and Dr. Otto Warburg in the field of oxygen measurement.

In his lecture on the occasion of the AIRNERGY “Art of Air” award ceremony 2019 in Bad Godesberg, the internationally renowned researcher and lecturer Dr. Jibin Chi explores the relationship between Nobel Prize research and AIRNERGY science. Below are some essential excerpts translated from his English-language lecture.

In his foreword “Journey through the Century”, Chi briefly examines the groundbreaking achievements of the two Nobel laureates Dr. Corneille Heymans and Dr. Otto Warburg in the field of oxygen measurement.

… Dr. Warburg pioneered photosynthesis, cell respiration and respiratory ferment. This Nobel Prize-winning research goes hand in hand with another award, which spans an entire century: the Innovation of the Century Award (1912–2012), which was awarded by the Fitness Tribune to AIRNERGY Science. Both paths have shaped each other in such a unique way that it inspired me to establish and connect the scientific connection between a hundred years of Nobel Prize research and the AIRNERGY teaching.

Chi then provides basic information on photosynthesis and cell respiration as part of the “Nobel Prize Research on the Core of Life” (Fig. 1, page 2).

The scientific findings have led to the clear conclusion that the essence of life and cell respiration lie in three key elements:

• Electron energy from the origin of a light source

• Activation of oxygen to unlock stored electron energy

• Formation of water of the 4th phase as a result of electron energy generation

Understanding this important core of photosynthesis and cell respiration is the basic prerequisite for understanding AIRNERGY science, which was awarded as innovation of the century (1912-2012).

AIRNERGY Science: The Reproduction of Nature through Science and Innovation

In 1912, Dr. Otto Warburg habilitated at the new medical faculty in Heidelberg and began his scientific work in the field of oxidation, after which he received the Nobel Prize in 1931 for his research in the fields of cell respiration, metabolism and photosynthesis.

For more information, see http://newsletter.naturheilkundejournal.de/02_Downloads/Airnergy.pdf

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