Updated March 2017.
DIOBAS IS EMBARKING ON A MAJOR RECONSTRUCTION.
A dynamic transformation is now under way. Diobas has formed 4 new research companies all of which will operate under one umbrella of cooperation called the Safe Crop Research Group.
Within the group are:
This specialist team will concentrate on our primary research program, EMF Deception Technology. Already having achieved some quite remarkable results this startling new science pioneered by Diobas will without doubt transform both aquaculture and agriculture production and eventually eradicate the need for pesticides and possibly influence viral and micro-biotic cell interaction. More details can be found on their website.
Concentrating primarily on agriculture and the effective control of pests and diseases their eventual aim is to make organic farming as productive as conventional crop production. This company will operate across Asia with the emphasis on Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and possible the Philippines.
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Their role will be to develop our Oroborus technology, RAS systems and fish farming in general including our new vegetable fish feed made mostly from factory waste. They have a worldwide operational base but again, for now at least, will focus their research within Asia.
And finally the most exciting development of all . .. .
THE INITIUM PROJECT
The website and details will soon be live. A full announcement will be made shortly.
Further details can be found by joining our LinkedIn network. Simply search for Diobas and request to join the group. Full details of all the above will be published within the next few days.
(Electro-Magnetic Field Technology)
THIS LATEST BREAK-THROUGH BY DIOBAS HAS QUITE REMARKABLE IMPLICATIONS
It has long been known that, for example, certain fish can detect the minute EMF field transmitted by Algae in order to track their food source. On land beetles and moths and other pests can detect a specific crop purely by identifying the EMF trace.
Imagine then if it were possible to cloak the host from its predators by altering its EMF field and making it appear to be something else. Effectively making it invisible to specifically evolved EMF tracking.
No need for pesticides or chemical protection.
Take it one step further and imagine being able to transmit the host EMF in an enhanced form to attract the pests to a given point and destroy them.
Take a few minutes to expand on the principles of this new technology and you will see the endlesspossibilities.
The potential of EMF cloaking technology is simply endless.
Not so simple of course . . . it is very complex with a host of variables and anomalies that require a lot more research. Simply transmitting an EMF field of a specific tree that has for example no interest to Locusts as a food source will not protect a corn crop. Everything is surrounded by a myriad of EMF fields but the predator can still isolate the specific trace EMF it is looking for.
So how can cloaking work ?
Obviously we need to play this very close to our chests for now. It has taken many years research and a very large investment to achieve what we have done, but suffice to say . . . . . Cloaking IS possible.
We have found a way via a complicated algorithm to change the waveform of an EMF signal into a more manageable form that can be manipulated via conventional sound editing equipment … then re-convert it back to an EMF trace having modified some key components. By adding or subtracting parts of the waveform we can effectively change the identity of the host. It is complex and involves far more than we are prepared to disclose for now. But the fact remains. EMF cloaking is not only possible, it is achievable.
Slowly over time it will be possible to build a comprehensive library of EMF traces, both natural and modified for use across a wide spectrum of applications. But there is much we still do not understand and there are certainly dangers attached. Every new technology, especially when it comes to something as remarkable as EMF cloaking, can be used for destructive purposes as well as beneficial ones. Because EMF fields are so minute the power to transmit them is incredibly small. A transmitter the size of an iPhone for instance could potentially alter the EMF trace across a very wide area of a given crop or species. Transmit a modified enhanced signal using our technology to attract rather than repel and it is conceivably possible to attract pests from a very wide area and destroy a crop. The economic consequences could be devastating. Used correctly and responsibly EMF cloaking technology will provide one of the biggest technological advances in food production the world has seen for a very long time. But man has an annoying habit of always looking at how to exploit new technology for destruction .. . As a species we are experts at it.
But none the less, EMF cloaking can provide tremendous advances in food production and the reduction in chemical pest control. It is not for us to enter into the moral debate of any new technology. It will never be right to deprive the world of a potentially new and very exciting technology just because of the minority of fanatical idiots that have always existed within our species.
Below is a short Q&A section. Please feel free to contact us if you want to know more.
These are the most common questions we are being asked. We will answer what we can but the reader will understand that there are certain specifics we are not prepared to reveal at this stage.
Q :Can EMF remove parasites once they have infested the host ?
A :The simple answer is No. Once the predator has made contact it would appear other senses take over, taste , sight etc. Protection needs to be initiated prior to infestation. It may be possible to lure them away with an enhanced transmission but for now this remains unknown.
Q :Does everything produce an EMF field ?
A : It would not appear so unless it is outside the range of our equipment. Only organic live life forms transmit natural recordable EMF fields. But there are many man-made ones. There are some weird anomalies however. For instance, we have continued to detect an EMF after the organism has died. This is rare but has happened. What’s more, the EMF doesn’t slowly fade. It remains and then switches off with no uniform timing. Before you ask . . .. I have absolutely no idea why this happens.
Q :Do structures themselves produce EMF ?
A : No, not as such. But they can interfere with results by influencing the EMF around them which can appear to give them their own EMF trace. Removing false or altered EMF traces has been one of our major challenges but we now have a way of accurately targeting and isolating specific readings to filter out unwanted EMF " traffic ".
Q :Do EMF fields exist everywhere ?
A : Just about. The world is engulfed in a myriad of endless EMF. Some is man made, allsorts of power producing items transmit EMF, from mobile phones to wrist watches. But these are not natural EMF fields, they are falsely produced as a by product of the energy source. This has been a major problem to overcome but slowly we are learning to identify known EMF contaminates and can filter them out. There is a long way to go however before we can identify all the false traces.
Q :Taking this to extremes . . . if one were to say transmit the EMF of a Great White Shark from under a trawler would it prevent Dolphins from being caught in the nets ?
A : In theory yes. Dolphins are known to avoid the Great White for obvious reasons. Whether in doing so you would scare all the other fish away too is another matter. It may even attract Great White to the area. But would be an interesting experiment. You need to bear in mind however that simply recording an EMF trace and then re-transmitting it will not work. It is a lot more complex than that. You need to precisely identify the trace and understand how all the ambient EMF in the given area is interacting with it, including that of the vessel itself. This is where we have made the breakthrough. EMF manipulation is very complex and full of surprises. But in theory, yes. There’s no reason why it would not work.
Q :If an EMF transmitter was turned on what is its range ?
A : I have absolutely no idea. We have recorded a unique transmission over many kilometers. Conversely we have had it disappear in a few meters. We know why this is but will not reveal the answer at this stage or how we intend to solve it.
Q :If its possible to cloak a host by disguising its EMF then would it be possible to make a wristband transmitter that hid humans from say mosquitos to avoid getting bitten ?
A : There are many opinions as to how the likes of mosquitos find their host. From detecting carbon dioxide in your breath to the salt from sweating to basic smell, temperature and so on.
It would certainly be of no surprise to me that they utilize EMF tracking. They always seem to find me easy enough . But what the effectiveness of cloaking a human with the modified trace of say Lemongrass ( a natural deterrent ) would be depends entirely on how much reliance the mosquitos have on EMF detection. If it were their primary method then yes , EMF cloaking would certainly work. It entirely depends on how they have evolved to find their host. Whatever their method, it may still be possible as long as they actually do utilize EMF even in a minor form if some ingenuity was used. For instance, if they do at least in part use EMF then it may be possible to transmit the signal from something they actively avoid as a deterrent. Whether this would be strong enough to overpower any other methods they have of tracking their host would need more research.
Q :Do all humans have the same EMF trace ?
A : No. There are many identical features to the trace as a species, but we each have minute differences. In the same way our software can easily identify a trace as being a tree . . . Identifying what type of tree however is a lot more difficult.
Q: Is it possible to identify a specific species of fish just from its EMF ?
A : Yes it is. But for now the way we can do that remains confidential.
Q: Where does DIOBAS take this now ?
A : Good question. For the moment our future research targets are under debate. We will certainly concentrate entirely on our EMF program. It is proving sufficiently fascinating to warrant shelving all other research other than our Energy Recovery Systems. We sadly do not have the resources to continue all of our programs, however groundbreaking. So we will focus almost entirely on EMF technology. This has been a heartbreaking choice as many of our programs have very obvious and far reaching benefits for both Aquaculture and general food production. But we simply cannot do everything. It requires resources far greater than our own. We may be prepared for others to take over some of our other programs, but for now we will concentrate on the massive task of understanding the implications of EMF cloaking technology. We will look for a suitable partner. We have offers from various governments to increase our research funding but I personally do not like involvement with government bodies. They always take a hell of a lot more than they are prepared to give. Entrepreneurial innovative thinkers are what drive the planets discoveries. Not politicians whose primary aim is to con as many people as possible to get elected for 4 years.
There will be more to follow and you are welcome as a reader to contact me via email@example.com if you want to know more. Can’t guarantee I’ll answer all questions for obvious reasons, some I do not even know the answers too, but will try and be as compliant as possible whilst still maintaining our own secrecy.
Make no mistake, EMF technology is amazing with potential far greater than even we ever imagined.
NEW PRESS RELEASE
NEW PRESS RELEASE
A FIRST FOR SINGAPORE
Mr Norman Lim, proprieter of the Sheng Da fish farm , has become the first man to successfully hatch this particular cold water fish in Singapore which may open the door to a whole new market.
He is using a unique system based around heavily modified ‘ Off the shelf ‘ components and achieved a hatch rate of 98%. This despite having problems with couriers which resulted in an arduous 44 hour journey for the eggs which came via the USA in a special box packed with ice.
8 weeks on the fry are doing well although around 20% have been lost as the system was fine tuned and the fish stabilized on a new vegetable based feed. Overall this has been an excellent achievement given the ambient conditions and un-natural environment for this species. The exact genetic makeup of the fish will, for now, remain confidential but suffice to say that if he is successful a whole new food fish will be available in this part of Asia.
Mr Lim acknowledges that there is a long way to go and there will undoubtedly be more problems to solve particularly with regards to ambient temperatures and the various pathogens and parasites that are common to Singapore, all of which would never have been encountered by this species before. But the initial results are very encouraging and he is confident that in time this experiment will be successful and any future problems can be overcome by refining the system and the feed, both of which are many years ahead of current thinking.
For the time being the details of the system itself and the modified feed formula will obviously have to remain a closely guarded secret but in time it is hoped that this species will be made available to other fish farmers in the region.
Plans are already underway to install a series of new hatchery tanks incorporating a new tank design invented my Mr Lim. They will be stacked in a kind of tier system which will maximize the use of available space. Giant Grouper and Red Grouper as well as a variety of other species can then be added to the program. Remarkably the Grouper will be reared in a unique freshwater system details of which we cannot reveal at this stage for obvious reasons.
We will be issuing further details and updates as the project progresses but for now we sincerely congratulate Mr Lim on his achievement and wish him every success in the future.
Singapore needs more innovation with regards to food production as the population is growing fast. Advanced, forward thinking projects of this type are essential if the Singapore government is to meet the growing demand for fish and we hope that more support will be given to farmers such as Mr Lim in the future.
More to follow . . . .. . . . . . .
THE CLOSURE OF DIOBAS UK LTD
DIOBAS UK LTD will close all UK operations from September 1st 2014. This includes the closure of our three research units in Holsworthy Devon.
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Our MD's annual report for 2012 will follow shortly, complete with the usual controversial but thought provoking summary.
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The completion of our 16 year Freshwater Cod research program OROBORUS™ ( follow the various links ) is making headline news within the industry and is even being discussed amongst MP's from all parties. The various technological breakthroughs we have achieved are a direct result of developing the worlds most advanced freshwater system. Over the coming months many of these new innovations will be available to the market place, not least of all the radical new Particle Fractionator design ( protein skimmer ) that is many times more effective than any other freshwater unit which is set to revolutionise filtration efficiency across the industry from hatcheries to general lakes and ponds, even small aquariums.
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We have established the Ciren trademark and applied for patents including the new lure that makes just about all others obsolete. A direct result of our Neural Trigger program, the Ciren products will include not just the electrical EMF lure but also the chemical triggers that were featured in the angling press a short while ago. The enquiries following the article in the Angling Times were overwhelming with approaches from bait manufacturers and individual anglers trying to get their hands on the trigger formula. Having explained in response that we had no intention of entering the bait market we can now reveal the true reason we developed the species specific neural trigger technology. We intend to use the triggers as anti-biotic delivery systems. Imagine being able to treat whole lakes with anti-biotic/anti-viral drugs that target a given species and being able to induce the take up whether the fish is actively feeding or not. For the first time it will be financially viable to treat large expanses of water without having to use impossible levels of chemical treatments . . . we'll leave you to work out the implications.
As for the Freshwater Oroborus program we will now concentrate on research into other species. We already know several other species that thrive in our system and research is ongoing into others including Sea Bass and the incredible Bluefin Tuna with many others on our list.
Sadly, at present, it looks as though much of this new technology is destined to go outside the UK which, as always, has been slow to respond. There is some hope however that we can remain in the UK as we are currently in talks with a well known company that is a household name so there is still a faint chance that we will be able to avoid the pressure to move to either France, Germany or the USA where ample research funds and product advancement have been offered. We'll keep you all informed as things progress. Having just expanded into the unit adjoining our current one we have almost completed a new research tank facility, some 100,000 litres, which should be on-line within the next few months. With this commitment to our current location together with a research investment in excess of £125k this year alone you would think that we would have received some support from local agencies, Chamber of Commerce, etc etc but none has ever been forthcoming. Considering the depressed state of such a rural area and the international significance of our research program and I guess it would be reasonable to expect some interest.
Not so however.
With offers coming in from several countries it is hardly surprising that so many new innovations go abroad, only to be sold back to the UK at a higher price. One day it could well be possible that you are eating fish from production units in France etc when we could have produced sushi quality fish in the UK and sold the fish to them instead. A familiar story ?
We have also contracted Second Mouse Media to film at six locations for us this year to include Egypt and Mexico. We are excited to have this talented new film production company on board for what promises to be a very challenging series of fishing documentaries.
The addition of internet linked cameras that are monitored at another location 24 hrs a day will enable us to study the fish behaviour in our tanks from anywhere in the world so even when our main research team is away filming we can maintain the continuity of our various programs.
With no loans, grants, or even an overdraft facility and with 97% of shares retained within the company Diobas Ltd can now move forward at the pace it needs to complete an exhausting 2009 schedule. At some point we may make available a limited share issue and all enquiries regarding any of the above programs that will shortly be in the market place should be emailed to our Managing Director via firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange preliminary discussions.
2009 brings together several of our unique programs some of which have involved many years research and heavy investment.
Now it's time to reap the rewards and use the profits to drive several new and innovative research programs into the future. Either here in the UK or elsewhere, the technologies we have developed will take the whole fish production and supply industry into the next stage of sustainability.
It's an exciting prospect.
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ABOUT THE CONTENTS OF THIS SITE
From the advice given by so called Carp 'experts', which is often well intended but usually very inaccurate, to the often deliberate misinformation given by tackle and bait manufacturers, fishing magazines etc, all of which is designed to catch anglers not fish. There are so many misconceptions that it is high time that the truth about the various species was in the public domain. At least then you will have the right information necessary to make your own judgements. Fisheries policies, habitat requirements and fish behaviour are all examined within the site and you may find the results surprising.
We have no product loyalties or sponsorships and no outside funding for our projects from governments or private institutions. We do however utilise the very latest technology at locations throughout the world to get our results. From our groundbreaking research into Protex Neural Triggers, costing well over £1.5m to our remarkable Freshwater Cod production units, we are at the very leading edge of understanding both fish behaviour and habitat requirements for a variety of species. 30 years of gathering data and experience together with help from specimen hunters within the I.S.H.A group among many others has driven our research way beyond anything achieved by the established bait and tackle manufacturers or fishery owners. What is just as important is that we are not involved in the general angling industry ourselves, we do not produce fishing products or manufacture any items designed to separate you from your hard earned cash.
In other words we are in a unique position to dispel many of the myths that surround fishing in general and offer accurate advice and opinions, whether the industry likes it or not.
Our research budgets are entirely met from the income raised by our primary business which is as fish behaviour and habitat consultants, plus of course the profits from our research projects such as the Freshwater Cod Program and several other projects worldwide that are currently underway including our video and TV series to be released next year.
We believe both Diobas and this website are unique. Browse around and feel free to contact us, if we can help we will.
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Fear only regrets.
Whilst we are primarily a research based company we do offer a specialised marine consultancy service for both Freshwater and Saltwater environments with a worldwide operational capability. There is no excuse for any project to fail through lack of expertise or greed as there is almost always a viable solution and if there isn't then the project should never go ahead. One day many politicians and business owners will wish they had done things differently, especially as the damage they do will eventually hit their own profits as well as cause irreversible damage to the worlds marine environment. We all make mistakes but by using the very best experience and expertise available the errors can be greatly reduced. We do not fear taking on any marine based project however difficult and whatever the size anywhere in the world, nor do we turn away from any field of research simply because it may be controversial. We have no interest in following the pack or being popular within the industry, our only concern is to ensure that any research or project we become involved with is driven by solid data and ethics. There is no excuse to regret not taking the proper advice. We all have a responsibility to the generations to come.
We have access to the best expertise available from Marine Biologists to Fish Behaviour consultants, Geologists and Chemists.
If we do not have the specific expertise required for a project we know exactly where to get it having established contacts at the top of their field throughout the World.
Sensible, unemotional solutions based on long term projections that are economically viable are always better for the fish we so passionately care about than disorganised protest, however well intended. We have what we believe is a unique approach to many of the problems facing fish of all species from the rapid outbreak of SVC/KVC in the European Carp fisheries, which we predicted many years ago but were ignored by both the UK Environment Agency and many fishery owners, to the depletion of our ocean stocks, especially Cod. The stupidity of general fisheries policies and the greed that drives many freshwater venues is something that perhaps will never change but there is still much we can all do.
We are proud of the fact that we have no product loyalties of any sort, we have no allegiance to any governments or corporate bodies and always ensure that any project we take on is both ethical and of benefit to the habitat that the various species need in order to thrive.
It has always been possible to combine profit with a sensible approach to protecting the fish we all rely on but sadly most companies say a great deal but actually do very little, driven by profit but with neither the expertise or conscience to significantly reduce or eradicate the damage they cause. Of course every business needs profits to survive, as we do, but there is no excuse to cause unnecessary damage through lack of expertise or forward planning, whether it be a small lake excavation or a major multi-million dollar reservoir.
We use the latest technology and over 30 years experience to logically analyse any fish related problem we are faced with, honestly and without emotion. We also turn down far more clients than we take on as we prefer to spend our time on research, as a result we have a substantial waiting list for consultancy services but will always take the time to listen to any proposal or request.
Our Freshwater Cod program, the research into neural triggers such as Protex 3a as well as our TV and Video production for instance costs millions of dollars and we have to find the money to cope with such large budgets purely from company profits as we have no other funding from grants, manufacturers, governments or financial institutions so whilst we value our independence we also have to face the financial realities that any business has to deal with especially as we never know whether a particular line of research will ever lead to a viable profit. The years of work have paid off however as we have made significant breakthroughs that are quite breathtaking both in terms of future income and the planets fast dwindling resources.
Personally I am very proud to be a part of Diobas, I sincerely believe in our ethics, our profitability and above all our ability to combine logical common sense with the fiscal realities of caring for our marine environment.
Don't regret not talking to us.