August 16, 2001
TO: Dan Carlson
FROM: Jacob H. Miller
3145 David Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94303
There is attached a copy of my letter to the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences recommending you for the Nobel Prize in Economics. Included also are the materials re: Sonic Bloom that I will send as attachments to that letter.
It is my earnest prayer that the Swedish Academy will see the worldwide needs that your invention addresses so remarkably well. May the Lord bless you and be with you as you continue your work on behalf of the world's needy populations.
Please let me know, via e-mail, if this meets with your approval.
TO: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
P.O. Box 500005, SE-104 05
Fax: +46 8 15 56 70
FROM: Jacob H. Miller
3145 David Ave.
Palo Alto, CA, USA 94303
May it be my privilege to submit the name of Dan Carlson as a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Economics. Dan Carlson is the inventor of the Sonic Bloom System - a combination of high-frequency sounds and a foliar spray that greatly enhances agricultural productivity. Attachments A and B more fully describe the process involved. Attachment C is a list of 20+ published articles about the amazing food and forest products enhancements that Dan Carlson's invention has brought about.
Too much of modern-day agriculture has become dependent on massive applications of insecticides and pesticides. The earlier use of DDT brought about the worldwide decimation of songbird populations. In and near the more industrialized regions, these bird populations are well below one percent of those existing prior to the use of DDT. The bird songs in Dan Carlson's Sonic Bloom system replace this loss. The leaf pore openings called stomata are stimulated by the bird songs to open fully so that the application of foliar sprays is made as much as 700% more highly effective than the widespread use of chemical sprays and foliates.
A new door has been opened in our understanding of the growth processes in the botanical world. Dan Carlson has shown that plant growth comes about principally at the plant leaf surfaces. At the leaf surfaces, sunlight, bird songs, and nutrients come together to stimulate the uptake of water and carbon dioxide. Further plant leaf processes then come about to produce oxygen; thus, another benefit comes from this discovery by Dan Carlson. This letter is being submitted on the 20th day of August 2001.
My own employment in Physical Sciences
Research on Magnetic Healing
Experiments with Sonic Bloom
Jacob H. Miller
3145 David Avenue
Palo Alto, California 94303
Appointment to a position on the State Water Resources Control Board of the State of California
1950s Dow Chemical Company - Two years plus in the Physics Lab specializing in Infrared spectral analysis of Company products. Designed and built the first optical chopper to enhance spectrometer performance.
1950's Stanford Research Institute - Department of Physics ...about three years. Research on microwave discharges in Helium for a Department of Defense contract. Analyzed optical spectra for use in communications and signaling applications.
1950's On National Aeronautics and Space Administration at the Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California.
Since retirement from NASA, I have spent my time learning about the magnetic healing process. So many had written about and sold magnets for healing with little or no solid evidence. I studied both Physics and Biological applications. For the first time in my paper on "Magnetic Healing," the Physics of paramagnetism and diamagnetism are fully described vis-a-vis their effects on the human circulatory system. A copy of this paper is attached with some attachments.
Most recently, I have had the occasion to study the effects of sonic frequencies along with the application of minerals to very greatly enhance the growth rate and output of fruits, vegetables, and many other agricultural products. The use of these seems to have the potential to revolutionize much of agriculture. This finding (first put forth by Dan Carlson of Minnesota) is very timely as the world needs to continue to grow.
My own first experiments show some very promising results. Since agriculture is so dominant in California, it seems not too much to anticipate a 15 to 20 percent increase in productivity where this methodology is employed. Future applications in the acceleration of growth in the production of hardwoods should be pursued.
Since these results rely on the action induced in the stoma (leaf pore openings), many agricultural modalities will be in need of a change of course.
Prior to and after World War II
Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry - University of Denver
Master's Degree in Chemistry - University of Denver
Membership in the honor societies for Chemistry and Physics
Membership in Phi Beta Kappa where I was selected to be the University of Denver delegate to the Annual Meeting of that society held at West Point.