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Professor (Grandmaster) ADEFIOYE Sunday Adewumi
Pratibha Systems Int'l

The Haktiva Theory of Power and Energy (or simply The Haktiva Theory) states that development
and utilization of power and energy in all its forms including electricity is mere conversion or
transformation of resources (both renewable and non-renewable) from one radiation form to
another across different electromagnetic spectrum. That is, from input (e.g. sources of power and
energy generation – hydro, thermal, geothermal, nuclear, fossil fuel, minerals, etc.) to their final
outputs (e.g. electricity outlets, lightning bulbs, powering of all electrical gadgets, etc.) it is
essentially radiation transformation from one spectrum to another. The ultimate conceptual core of
the Haktiva Theory is that all human efforts to generate power useful or not useful for any and/or
all of its activities are essentially to make the visible spectrum of the electromagnetic radiation
more conducive for its existence and thus predominantly attempted to explore other spectrum for
its utilization – this same principle applies to power generation. The major objective of power and
energy generation is to harness and process compatible resources from the visible electromagnetic
spectrum in order to transform them to a radiation form within Extremely Low Frequency of the
Electromagnetic Spectrum where power such as electricity can only exists. The Haktiva Theory
therefore finally assert that rather than adopting the primitive complex transformation or spectra
conversion processes through various present vague power generation methodologies and
technologies, the highest sustainable, timely and cost-effective form of power and energy
generation can be obtained by tapping directly into the original electromagnetic spectrum naturally
available for power generation between the Ultra-Low Frequency and the Extremely Low
Frequency of the Electromagnetic Spectrum especially between wavelength 6.25Mm and 4.22Mm.

Keywords: Haktiva, Research and Development, Power, Energy, Sustainable Development,
Pratibha Systems Int’l, Electromagnetic Radiation, Spectrum, Wavelength, Novel, Pioneering
Type of Theory (Genre)/Area of Applications: Radiation Science/Power and Energy
Adefioye Sunday Adewumi, (2013): “The ASTEPAS Theory of Research and Development for
Organizational, National and Regional Policing: A Paradigm Shift in Research and Development”.
ISBN (13) 978-978-52464-8-3; Published by SDX Publishing Int’l. Available on and
affiliated bookstores worldwide
Professor (Grandmaster) ADEFIOYE Sunday Adewumi
Founder/CEO, Pratibha Systems Int’l
(+234)-703-3985-337, (+234)-907-9680-995

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