Spooky2 Remotes create two opposing fields (transverse waves) that cancel each other out. Much like Bose noise canceling headphones (a real world phenomena that can be observed).
This has the effect of either rendering nothing (common skeptic's approach regardless of doing any further investigation) or leaving behind the infamous scalar field -- a standing wave which contains information of the amplitude and frequency with no direction of travel -- using the classic physics definition of a scalar wave here.
The quantum entanglement is not created by the remotes. This is inherent to the DNA sample. However, the information left behind after colliding two transverse waves appears to have an effect on the DNA.
I like to use the following analogy.
If you use plasma, contact, PEMF, etc. to transmit the frequencies, it is akin to listening to a song played from a CD.
When you use remotes, it is akin to downloading the digital file that represents the song directly from the CD.
Both contain information that describe the melody. From both, one can obtain a sense of what is being described.
When you download the information of the "song" directly to every cell in the body, you effectively are trying to change the nature of the environment. New information is being exposed and again a place that every skeptic loves to dig in to make arguments, you effectively manifest a new reality.
Power is not a factor here like with active methods (Plasma, contact, etc). You do need enough power to create a standing field that can penetrate the DNA sample of choice however.
As for whether it actively directly kills or re-energizes the cells, I think both are possible.
Personally, I have been able to kill mold samples with the use of a remote. I was able to replicate the same mold death using plasma. The outcome was the same using both methods.
So now that you have a model to work from, I hope you are able to work towards validating the effects and methods personally.
Remotes operate under poorly understood means, and for some this means that they don't work.
For others, they observe changes and while they can not explain it, doesn't change that fact.
For some, they may be too busy with their confirmation bias (nothing happens) that even if a change did occur, they can't observe or recognize it.
Authored by: Jeff Kaczor