Itonis, Inc. (ITNS) Acquires Unique Scientific Research Company, Paramount Discoveries

IRVINE, CA–(Marketwire -11/29/11)- Itonis, Inc. (Pinksheets: ITNS.PKNews) today announced that the Company has acquired Paramount Discoveries, Inc., a Southern California scientific research company which holds unprecedented processes and proprietary technologies for magnetizing several common metals and natural elements previously believed not to have magnetic properties.

Founded in 1995 by Stuart Robbins, Paramount Discoveries has unlocked the secrets and discovered how to magnetize carbon, silver, and salt through its Electro-Magnetic Frequency Technology (EMFT). Through years of research and development, Paramount successfully discovered a revolutionary scientific formula tied to 70 input variables which determine specific frequency numbers used to create and sustain an indefinite magnetic moment in these natural elements. As a result, Paramount’s discovery is unprecedented.

Previously, the scientific community had not been successful in producing magnetic moments in these natural elements and minerals. Paramount has successfully overcome astronomical odds, where others have failed, by recognizing unique input variables tied to a mathematical equation in order to generate these magnetizing frequencies. The company’s unique technologies have far-reaching implications and are expected to enhance countless industrial, agricultural, and manufacturing processes with far more efficient and environmental friendly applications.

Possibilities now exist for Paramount’s Carbon EMFT to create stronger plastics and better carbon-based components, such as can be used in computers to reduce the heat generated in today’s components. Silver’s very basic properties render it nearly impossible to activate its magnetic moment. In fact, silver is not magnetic because it contains diamagnetic atoms, also found in gold, lead, and copper. Industrial uses for silver are extensive, and magnetizing this element will enhance its use across numerous industrial applications. With EMFT, possibilities now exist for salt to be extracted from salty water, making the water suitable for irrigating crops. Additionally, areas that are unable to grow crops due to a high salt concentration within the soil will be more suitable for agricultural use.

“The applications to these discoveries are numerous and we’re excited to think about the endless possibilities and contributions Paramount Discoveries and Itonis can make to global industries, and to various communities that can benefit from this discovery,” said Mark Cheung, CEO of Itonis Holdings.

Paramount Discoveries is making its Electro-Magnetic Frequency Technology available for licensing in 2012.

About Paramount Discoveries, Inc.

Paramount Discoveries, Inc. is a scientific research company originally founded in 1995 by Stuart Robbins. They have developed a proprietary technology that can stimulate magnetism in several common natural elements and minerals. For more information visit www.paramountdiscoveries.com

About Itonis, Inc.

Itonis, Inc. (the “Company”) was incorporated under in the state of Nevada on July 5, 2005 under the name of Kenshou, Inc. Subsequently, its name was changed to its present name, Itonis, Inc., on December 2, 2005. For more information visit www.itonisholdings.com

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Contact:

Michael Biddick
(949) 529-1588

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