NASA and a Nobel Prize.



Leonardo DaVinci


Study of Water flow patterns. Leonardo thought of himself as an inventor, “that could also draw and paint.” His genius lies in how he found new ways to apply what was, at the time, considered to be common knowledge. He had many studies of air, light, and water. His discoveries are numerous, including the first flying wing, and a bridge construction method that wasn’t possible till the twentieth century.

Amethyst Pillow




Breakthrough in Knowledge.


In 1991, Scientists Neher and Sakmann received a Nobel Prize for their discovery of the cell’s ion channels. The cell membranes control nutrition absorption and waste elimination through these ion channels.  It is known that the more acidic that cells become, the more likely disease will present itself.  One of the functions of one type of ion channel is to exchange 3 Sodium ions for 2 Potassium ions. This ion exchange helps cells maintain an internal alkaline environment.  


When the number of negative ions in the body is increased, cell function is activated and metabolism is increased. Negative ions also increase the levels of chemical serotonin, which helps alleviate depression, relieves stress, and boosts mental alertness.  By using the Bio-Mat,  you bombard the body with a high concentration of negative ions and excite the ion channels, which increases the alkalization of cells.


Originally developed for NASA,

a new application of Amethyst and Tourmaline for a good nights sleep.

Space age memory foam ensures anatomical sleep support. More than 100 million Americans of all ages fail to get enough sleep. Sleep is actually an active state that is essential to maintain the mind and repair the body. Amethyst has the ability to transform lower energies into higher and acts as a healing agent at all levels of the body. Tourmaline enhances abilities to receive and release energies, and promotes balance in the physical, emotional, and mental bodies.

Leonardo DaVinci


It is considered to be the perfect example of a Polymath, which is someone who is considered to be very knowledgeable. and that the person's knowledge is not restricted to one subject area.

He has been classified as a scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer.


During his lifetime Leonardo was valued as an engineer, but he lacked formal education in Latin and mathematics. Contemporary scholars usually ignored Leonardo the scientist, although he did teach himself Latin

In 1482 Leonardo wrote an often-quoted letter to Ludovico,Duke of Milan, describing himself as an “inventor that could also draw and paint.”

Leonardo’s ideas were vastly ahead of his own time, conceiving a helicopter, a tank, concentrated solar power, a calculator, and the double hull, and outlining a simple theory of plate tectonics.


The Codex Leicester might be the most famous of Leonardo’s 30 scientific journals, and is the only scientific work in private hands. In 1994 Bill Gates bought it at auction for $30.8 million, making it the most expensive book ever. This manuscript includes  an explanation of why fossils can be found on mountains hundreds of years before plate tectonics became accepted scientific theory, and spotlights Leonardo describing the phenomenon of planetshine one hundred years before the German astronomer, Johannes Kepler, proved it.


Leonardo has been classified as the epitome of the Renaissance man, meaning a person who is well educated, or who excels, in a wide variety of subjects or fields. More importantly, the scientific community regards him as the Icon of Innovation, because many of his inventions were credited for the discovery of new applications of established knowledge and theory. Some of his smaller inventions such as an automated bobbin winder and a machine for testing the tensile strength of wire entered the world of manufacturing unheralded.




Innovation through the ages



Call 734-782-9220

(313-929-2580 cell)


Or email us at