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Cabo Corrientes Could Produce Astronaut Superfoods

September 18, 2015

The Cabo Corrientes Vortex could produce healthy superfoods that will allow astronauts, like NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg, Expedition 36 flight engineer, aboard the International Space Station, to survive and thrive in deep space. (Photo courtesy of NASA)

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - The Mexican Space Agency (Agencia Espacial Mexicana, or AEM) is wrapping up their planning session for the 2016 International Space Congress in Mexico City today, and the Vallarta Saludable team has invited some of the 70 space program chiefs and investors to come to Puerto Vallarta after the conference to learn what Mexico could bring to the launch pad - besides rocket and space station parts.

It is thanks so much to Mexican-German co-founder of Vallarta Saludable, Ecolaunautics founder, and eco-tourism icon, Carlos Von Hauske, who has been raising awareness about NASA scouting the Cabo Corrientes region in 1981.

This dream took flight when Carlos ran into Alexandro Romero, founder of Morelos County, who gave the three NASA scientists permission to conduct the experiment in Cabo Corrientes in '81. With the enthusiastic support of the Mexican Space Agency, Carlos found the like-minded Jose Arreola, founder of the Villa Del Mar County, and Emilio Pena whose data proved the anti-hurricane properties of this vortex.

With further testing, Carlos, his collaborators and expert scientists could prove that this vortex naturally generates electromagnetic energy that could require less fuel to launch rockets. Together they got the top scientists at the University of Guadalajara on board, like Meteorologist Víctor Manuel Cornejo.

More immediately important to all the space programs is the super nutritious virgin soil in a vortex in this region's 'Vegetable Garden of Eden.' Combined with the amazing breakthroughs in time affect and other nano technologies by MD-Physicist-Biodynamic farmer Dr. Servando, he says, "Plants grown there will be significantly bigger, tastier, and more nutritious. This synergistically gives astronauts' bodies a lot more beneficial bio-energy from the food and function better in outer space."

Plus, all Astronaut food can stay fresher 25 times longer, as proven in a test led by Professor Marie Elena Ruelas at the University of Guadalajara last spring.

Therefore, Mexico is poised to produce possibly the healthiest astronaut superfood that will allow them to survive and thrive in deep space. It will also finally make possible growing enough organic food to realistically reduce diabetes in Puerto Vallarta.

Vallarta Saludable was created in a response to President Peña Nieto urging groups to come up with innovative solutions to prevent the healthcare from collapse from diabetes. Together with his support of the Mexican Space agency, this project blessedly heals two birds with one budget!

Cabo Corrientes can quickly grow these superfoods without irrigation, thanks to Dr. Servando's "Quantum Pulse Irrigation," using pulsed tones in an isochronic format masked under popular songs on loudspeakers like a fiesta for the plants and farmers. California's farmers are excited about these technologies, since they are important drought and climate change solutions. (More info available at TimeAffect.com)

Thanks to all these breakthroughs, including Time Affect's "Sellafresh" that can also help extend the freshness and improve the taste of all astronaut food, and finally allowing astronauts to go into deep space, Mexico is opening up new frontiers and may quickly become a critical contributor to the world's space community.

NASA's leader of Astronaut nutrition at the Johnson Space Center in Houston Since is evaluating our breakthroughs now. Also their leader of space junk there, and California's Pasadena Jet Propulsion Lab, since Dr. Servando says its blockage of rays of vital quantum data from the sun and stars may be adversely affecting the health of people and our planet's vegetation. And we have some recycling solutions. See the full story with science at eNewsChannel.com.

For more information on the Cabo Corrientes Vortex, or to join a fascinating Astronaut Superfood Technology Tour there, or to attend an Oceandance in Cabo Corrientes, contact Carlos at von125(at)hotmail.com, or call 322-289-5987.

Suzy Chaffee, a former Olympic skier who helped invent dancing down mountains, has turned activist, journalist, filmmaker, and has worked with seven U.S. Presidents. She is now co-chairman of a non-profit partnership of the Elders of the Americas and Olympians, called the Native American Olympic Team Foundation, which aims to heal Mother Earth for all our children through joyful sports and education. For more information, contact Suzy at Suzynativevoices(at)aol.com. or visit Snow-Riders.org or NAOTF.org.