The PAP Ion Magnetic Inductor (PAPIMI) was developed by and named after Prof. Panos Pappas in Greece. The PAPIMI is related to Pulsed Microwave, Pulsed Shortwave, Pulsed Diathermy and Pulsed High Peak Electromagnetic energy devices, where a high voltage is passed as a magnetic field through the body, penetrating every tissue. The PAPIMI is different from aforementioned devices in that it emits a stronger and faster pulse that is meant to have greater cell penetration. The PAPIMI also takes less time to administer this pulse.
How the PAPIMI Works Inventor of the Papimi, Professor Panos T. Pappas, theorized that molecular external degrees of freedom (i.e., the magnitude of the angle between bonded atoms) corresponds to the heat energy associated with that particular molecule and is a large factor in the efficiency of biosynthesis. An excess of heat energy may cause destruction of the molecule and ultimately cell death. Papas proposed that exposure to rapid electromagnetic pulses of average power by the PAPIMI activates the internal degrees of freedom and a causes a distribution of heat energy. Papimi Energy distributed among the internal degrees of freedom of molecules, in general, corresponds to the bio-energy of a system, leading to construction or life.
The PAPIMI uses a magnetic field to penetrate all over the body, passing right through the skin into the tissue. As the skin possesses a natural energetic field, it is only through the use of the PAPIMI (or so the inventors claim) that a magnetic field can penetrate beyond the surface layers and through the body. The magnetic field is only there for a short space of time but in great intensity. After it dissipates, the field imposed by the PAPIMI leaves a magnetic field in its place, which is bipolar in nature and therefore cyclic.
Treatment with the PAPIMI The PAPIMI can be used for electrotherapeutics, plant growth and seed germination, or as a water treatment device.
As the PAPIMI claims to increase the efficiency of the body on a cellular level - through electrical charge - there are few areas that do not benefit from this treatment. Due to limited exposure of this machine, both through the internet and traditional complementary avenues, there is little information available to measure the effectiveness of the PAPIMI in treatment. However, it seems (from evidence available) that the PAPIMI is an effective device for addressing the physical problems of the body such as pain, but offers no diagnostic options.