Dato’ Sri Prof Ng Tat-yung, the visiting professor of the Canadian Chartered Institute of Business Administration and the founder of the World Trade United Foundation, first released the “Scalar Wave Quantum Implant System” at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. At the same time, various related experiments were conducted in which the experiments of particle resonance and quantum entanglement experiments resolved multiple scientific problems and intrigued all the guests present. Professor Ng said: “Quantum entanglement is the most bizarre thing in quantum mechanics because it can produce ‘ghost-like superposition effects.’ In the future world, humans may be able to realize teleportation through quantum entanglement. Therefore, the quantum world view, the production of quantum products, and the scalar wave light quantum implant system will change the future of mankind.”
Professor Ng posted that the scalar wave light quantum implant system is based on the pico-scale quantum physics technology, namely “Pimi technology.” The Pimi technology is a high technology that improves the material properties at the microscopic level of one trillionth of a meter (10-12 M) meters. It is more advanced than the current “Nano (10-9M technology)”. The technology mainly uses the eighth generation bio-active processing technology to generate scalar wave quantum energy. The scalar wave light quantum energy passes through a series of energy such as acoustic, optical, electrical, magnetic, wave, quantum light wave generators, ion energy beam speed resonance induction machines, and the like. Information processing technology is injected into related products. In this way, a quantum field particle (ion) energy beam having a scalar wave light quantum intelligent resonance frequency is injected into a substance of an arbitrary shape to produce a photon quantum energy product. The implanted product enables the scalar wave quantum energy to pass through the human meridian acupuncture points, allowing the mental system and the body’s physiological system to be highly penetrated and achieve the balanced purpose. This series of proprietary “proton energy technology” can produce a stable “proton vibration ordered field”, has been used in medical, beauty, health and other daily life. There are three main particles in the atom, which are protons, electrons, and neutrons. “Proton vibration ordered field” can organize the vibrations of protons, electrons, and neutrons in all substances, and promote their physical properties and enhance biological energy.
At the conference, Professor Ng also mentioned the difference between scalar wave light quantum implant technology and traditional far-infrared technology. Traditional far-infrared technology principles: absorption, reflection, and penetration. When a radiant energy hits the surface of a material, part of it is absorbed, partially reflected, and partially penetrated. If the assumed energy is arrived at by one unit, the law of conservation of energy gives the relationship gamma + delta = theta, where gamma, delta, and theta each represent the percentage of the object’s absorption, reflection, and penetration of this wavelength electromagnetic wave.
The officiating guests attending the launch included: Sherrill Kazan, President of the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations; Dr. Jim Lin-Chi Chu, Chairman of the Strategic Alliance of Asian-American Non-Profit Organizations; Dr. Johnny Ip, Chairman of the World Trade United Foundation (APAC); Tom W.Q. Jiang, Chairman of the United Nations Ethnic Chinese Union; Zhang Aimisu, Director of the elite Development Department of the World Council of Peoples for the UN; Paul Hao, Art advisor of Rockefeller II; etc.
Introduction of “System”
Quantum vacuum is not only an electromagnetic field, but also a complex magnetic vector potential and electrostatic scalar potential field. In 1890, Nikola Tesla discovered a different longitudinal wave, the Tesla wave, also known as a scalar wave. The usual science explains this phenomenon: positive protons and negative electrons overlap, and the results cancel each other out and disappear. However, since there is a law of conservation of energy, we cannot rashly say “disappear”. They should be “another energy that is transformed into a zero state.” This energy is a scalar wave, which is proportional to the number of elementary particles contained in a particular atomic space, and is emitted from specific atomic space at all times.
The study of quantum has been going on for more than a century. From 1900, Planck first proposed the concept of quantum, and later Einstein proposed the concept of light quantum. The launch and commissioning of the China Quantum Communications Satellite in 2016 was successful. From theoretical research to scientific practice, quantum science and technology has once again promoted the advancement and development of high-tech, and has been used more for military, civilian, and people’s livelihoods. The technology involves physical, optical, biological, polymer materials and nanotechnology, life information and other technical areas.
The excitation light properties of inorganic materials mainly depend on three basic excitation processes
Absorption of incident light energy
Energy conversion (mass and energy interchange)
Partial energy conversion into photons
The photon energy is expressed in HV, where V is the frequency of the light, and in the visible field, the 14 hz,h of the magnitude of V is the Planck constant, and its value is 6.626 X 10-34 joules. The energy of the ground state atom is E1 and the excitation states are E2, and there are two possible processes that occur when there is a foreign radiation acting on the atoms of the two energy-order systems:
Stimulated absorption: Each substance consists of atoms, and each atom has a specific energy level. According to Bozeman’s principle, under the thermal equilibrium, the atomic number concentration of the i-th energy level is Ni, then Ni/N0=exp(-DeltaEi/KBT), wherein the total concentration N=N0+N1+N2+N3+N4 +N5+…….., N0 is the number of atoms in the ground state. When atoms in the low-order levels absorb incident photons to high energy levels, the upper and lower energy difference ΔE is exactly equal to the incident photon energy, that is, DeltaE=E2-E1=hv. That is to say, the energy that the atom increases by absorbing photons is equal to the energy lost by the incident light, which is exactly what the law of conservation of energy requires.
Stimulated radiation: The atom in the upper energy level (excited state) radiates a photon of energy hv under the action of incident light. Its energy decreases and returns to the ground state, and the incident light is increased in energy due to obtaining a photon. It can be seen that, as a result of the stimulated radiation, the incident light is amplified.
Dato’ Sri Prof. Ng is a Visiting Professor and Honorary Fellow of Canadian Chartered Institute of Business Administration and Honorary Dean and Senior Fellow of Asian College of Knowledge Management. He travels a lot all over the world and has lived in South Korea, the US and Australia. Since 2013, he’s received more than 120 honor titles and awards granted by the US Congress, California State Senate, and other major cities of the US for 6 consecutive years. He has been invited to participate in the China National Day reception for 8 consecutive years. Prof. Ng is not only an expert in economics, politics and quantum physics, but also an inventor who has independently developed more than 100 international patents. He is also committed to the promotion and development of public welfare undertakings. He is an internationally well-known philanthropist and public diplomat.
Prof. Ng has more than 100 international patent applications registered in 152 countries in the PCT system of the WIPO. He is hailed as “Father of Atmospheric Water Generation” due to his scientific research like “Air Purification and Condensing Technology” and “Atmospheric Dew Converting System”. In addition, he has made great achievements in the field of quantum physics, and the development of scalar wave quantum implant technology which has become a new benchmark for leading the development of quantum technology.
Seven lessons from 2020
Rebeca Ehrnrooth, Equilibrium Capital and CEMS Alumni Association President
Attending a New Year’s luncheon on 31 December 2019, we played a game that involved predicting the world in 2020. Some of the questions included: would Uber become profitable? Would the three-decade bond rally finally come to an end? Would the US hit a recession?
Unlike any of our predictions based on a traditional approach to business and predicting, we now know that 2020 became the year where business, professional and personal plans were turned upside down, reshaped and put-on hold. The proverbial black swan had arrived.
As revealed in a new CEMS Guide to Leadership in a Post-COVID-19 World, to which I contributed, the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed deficiencies in the 20th Century vision of leadership, giving a rare opportunity to question the status quo.
So, what are the main lessons from 2020?
- Humans are enormously adaptive. This is not an extinction scenario. The world is getting used to dealing with global human disaster which may become a recurring event. Life continues guided by new parameters.
- No sector or country is immune to rapid change. Just as the leveraged finance and equity markets ground to a halt during the Global Financial Crisis, we have seen a disruption in the financial markets (including M&A) in 2020, including a significant redistribution of wealth between sectors; think tech vs airlines and the hospitality industry. When a market is disrupted it has secondary and tertiary effects such as less work for accountants, lawyers, financiers etc.
- Location is not as important anymore. The belief that finance staff need to be based in one of the financial capitals to be effective has been forever altered. Pursuing a career in finance from anywhere is becoming possible. However, it’s likely that over time, financial controls and human interaction will move the work model back towards the traditional office approach, as work is a critical sanctuary for people. While working from home may allow more time for family, chores and sports, it is mainly effective for people who already have their internal and external networks. For junior employees it presents a notable challenge as they may be forced to spend their formative years without a chance to really build their networks.
- Change is likely to be lasting. The opportunity for alternative finance and tech focused providers is enormous and 2020 will accelerate this shift. For example, many retail banks are providing rather poor customer service, blaming the pandemic. Even the most loyal customers will be heading elsewhere. For recent graduates and current students this is a major shift; future winners and key employers may not be names we are used to seeing in the headlines.
- There will be a spotlight on leaders with visionary strategy and understanding of the operations. 2020 showed many politicians and business leaders behaving like they were playing a game of snakes and ladders, rather than executing a thought-out strategy. The next wave of thoughtful leadership is urgently required.
- Collaboration leads to success. The definition of a pandemic is an infectious disease prevalent worldwide. A global problem requires a collaborative solution rather than each country and industry on their own. Quoting Steven Riley, professor of infectious disease dynamics at Imperial College London: “Once you have the knowledge and you share the knowledge, then you are able to take measures to push transmission much lower”. This principle is transferable to management education. In a world more complex than ever, investing in a degree is hard currency. Combined with the full global alumni network, corporate partners and schools, CEMS is capital that doesn’t depreciate.
- Resilience has become a watch word. Saint-Exupéry’s quote resonates with me: “If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.” We are in a new paradigm – so prepare for the next change. For COVID-19, while we hope that the vaccine will soon upon us, the broader long-term positive challenge remains.
Data after Brexit: How does the end of the transition affect GDPR?
By John Flynn, Principal Security Consultant at Conosco
The UK has officially left the European Union now that the transition period has ended on January 1st 2021. But this could raise issues with one of the biggest bugbears for many companies – the international transfer of personal data.
Businesses can relax, somewhat – GDPR, which took businesses months to get their heads around, is not being replaced. It will continue as the UK GDPR 2018, and will still be based on the criteria of the Data Protection Act of 2018. However, the UK will retain the right to change the UK GDPR as it sees fit in the future.
The main changes apply to those who receive data coming into the UK from Europe. Transfers from the UK to other countries can continue under existing arrangements.
We know it can be difficult to cut through the legal jargon, so we have simplified what you need to know to protect yourself and your data:
1 – Update your privacy notice
Most businesses do not have the correct clauses in place ahead of January 1st, potentially exposing their liability, should something happen to their data. All company privacy notices online will need to be updated to specifically state ‘UK GDPR’, as opposed to ‘EU GDPR’. You will also need standard contractual clauses in place, which cover both parties – those transferring and those receiving the data.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has a list of what needs to be included in the standard contractual clause here. The ICO will remain the UK regulator for data protection, regularly liaising with each EU member state.
This also applies to Multi Corporate Groups who operate in multiple countries, who need to update their documentation and privacy notice to expressly cover the data transfers. The UK has applied for an adequacy assessment, which would negate the need for contractual clauses, however this has not yet been approved by the EU.
2 – Data privacy assessments
Any company which runs applications and software should always perform a Data Privacy Impact Assessment. This was also in the guidelines before, but these assessments are now more important for those who outsource their IT operations internationally.
For example, when using a service such as a cloud-based system, the company must be sure that its service provider adheres to UK GDPR and stores the data within the European Economic Area (EEA), or has a binding corporate agreement with the company, where data is stored outside of the EEA. You should also, as mentioned above, make sure that a contractual clause is in place.
3 – Review local legislation
Contracts should now have contractual clauses that specify the responsibilities of the data controller and the data processor. If you are receiving personal data from a country territory or sector covered by a European Commission adequacy decision, the sender of the data will need to consider how to comply with its local laws on international transfers. You should check local legislation and guidance in this case.
4 – Cyber Security health check
The ICO is increasing its capacity and efforts to crack down on data breaches, post-Brexit. Now is a great time for all companies to have a health check to understand their Information Security posture and GDPR compliance. Nobody wants to be caught handling data improperly and fined when it could have been prevented with education and training.
A gap analysis performed by an expert is money well-spent. It’s also a fact that companies that have cybersecurity and Information Security controls are not only able to better defend against attacks but are also far better placed to recover from an attack.
It’s important that all businesses – large and small – are properly preparing their data storage and transferring for the 1st January. ICO has been busy setting examples by fining large, high-profile companies for failing to keep millions of customers’ personal data safe.
It will continue to come down hard on the data breaches of personal identifiable information and special categories of data. The saying ‘prevention is better than a cure’ rings truer than ever this year, and you will thank yourself if you make the efforts to properly store your data now, and not when it’s too late.
2020 reflections and 2021 outlook
By John Hunter, Head of Banking and Fiduciaries, Finance Isle of Man
Reflections on the most surreal year
The Covid-19 pandemic has completely changed the world as we knew it, resulting in catastrophic loss of life and fears of a downturn hang over global economies like a sword of Damocles. In the UK, the new strain has further exacerbated the situation. As I am sure many have already said we are living in what could be called the most surreal times. People have been trying to cope with this “new normal”, by changing their lifestyles and evolving behaviours.
The Isle of Man responded swiftly to the pandemic by closing its borders and enforcing social restrictions which everyone respected and adhered to. Socially and culturally the Island demonstrated all the good things that come from living on a relatively small Island where community still means so much.
The Isle of Man’s financial services sector adapted quickly, seamlessly transitioning to working from home. The banks too adopted flexible remote working practices and continued to support clients around the world helping them navigate the challenging situation and making the most of any opportunities that arose.
Although there is no substitute for face-to-face interactions, we all embraced web-conferencing platforms like Microsoft Teams and Zoom to stay connected with contacts around the world and build and nurture business relationships, whether it was with financial services firms or high net worth individuals looking to relocate to the Island.
Furthermore, a priority for the Isle of Man has been to reinvigorate the business and cultural ties with South Africa. In a normal world, we would have travelled to the country, held in-person meetings with businesses and industry representatives and talked about building on our wonderful historic ties. However, because of the scale and breadth of disruption we had to change all our plans! We hosted a virtual roadshow which comprised a series of webinars exploring why it has never been more important for South African businesses and individuals to choose the right jurisdiction for long term financial planning.
Looking ahead to the future
We are all hoping that the global rollout of vaccines will provide the pathway to some form of return to normality and all the things people are missing will be back. Like amidst all periods of immense turmoil, interesting, new possibilities have emerged such as the revolution in work culture and a renewed importance of being close to nature and green spaces is. And these possibilities can help reshape society for the better.
The global economic recovery and rebuild might seem further away in the current environment especially amidst the new lockdowns. But we are confident in the resilience of economies and are hopeful that different industrial sectors and governments working together would result in green shoots.
The financial services industry has an important role to play in getting the world economy back on its feet. It is a core component of the solution to continue facilitating the financing of corporates, as well as to develop sustainable finance and nurture digital technologies which have proven to be vital during the pandemic. The sector should continue its cooperation and collaboration with governments and regulators to ensure efficient capital flows and financial stability for businesses and individuals.
Banks too have a crucial role to play as they are instrumental to the effective transmission of monetary policies and stimulus packages. As mentioned in a report by EY: “Financial insecurity in the wake of COVID-19 will require banks to boost consumer confidence and help build a more resilient working world.”
We expect the Isle of Man’s financial services sector and banks to continue navigating the situation with resilience as they have been doing thus far and contributing to the global recovery process. Also, we truly hope this will be our busiest year ever (subject to our ability to travel), with an extensive global schedule of planned activity to promote the Island as an international financial centre of excellence and innovation. Personally, I had planned to be in South Africa for the British & Irish Lions tour, but regrettably, it might not take place and as such we will look forward to catching up with friends there as and when we can.
No doubt, there are significant challenges for the world ahead but as Albert Einstein said: “in the midst of every crisis lies great opportunity”. And it is this opportunity that we all need to work together to identify and make the most of. We are confident that in 2021 the Isle of Man will continue to support financial services businesses help their clients, employees, and the wider society through these surreal times. We are all in this together.
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