How It Works

How Resonance Coupling Works
Every substance has a level of resonance energy or frequency. We collect data from a particular geographic area using a satellite platform. We take a sample substance such as gold -- analyze its resonance frequency and look through our data using proprietary software to look for a match. We plot the results on a Google Earth image so that you will have a pictorial representation of our data analysis.
Benefits of Resonance Coupling for use in Mineral Exploration
There are numerous benefits to using the technology we have developed. First and foremost is the effect on your bottom line. Our service will not only save a great deal of money typically spent during preliminary exploration, it will also save you time and man power. Because of the use of satellites, we are able to provide our services to any geographical location regardless of weather or physical accessibility. With the use of our service, you are able to better target resource deposits and reduce the risk of drilling in the wrong place.
History of Molecular Resonance Coupling
In the 1980's, there was a new field of science called nuclear magnetic resonance or NMR for short. If you type NMR into Google, you can read articles on the revolutionary techniques of NMR. From this foundational research, the MRI was developed that has been very common in medicine for the last 20 years. We have taken this foundational research and developed our molecular resonance coupling (MRC) application and applied it to mineral and oil/gas exploration. NASA has been doing remote sensing for years in space exploration. Our application is evolutionary and is supported by over 30 years of science.