JR, Having read this stuff, I can say that its real informational content is
zero. The guy is playing a shell game of chemical tests to confuse people so
much they will just buy what he says. Nothing is structured in the form of a
scientific paper, with no chemical equations to follow, no references to any
actual laboratory reports, nothing. Consequently it is impossible to come to any
conclusion based on this information, which is why Dave says 'there is no
scientific basis'. I also surmise that considering how much he goes off with
metaphysical mumbo jumbo that he is essentially a flim flam artist, of the sort
I call a nomeclaturbationist.
"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> > Since there was no scientific basis for any of the fantastic claims made
> > regarding "white powder of gold", it would be a waste of time/money/effort
> > to demonstrate that it's crap.
> You must not have read the articles at the URLs cited in the original post.
> Or did you? How many did you read? Which ones?
> (Thought so.)
> > You can't just dream up various concoctions with assorted magical powers and
> > expect people to prove that they're junk. Well, you can expect it...it just
> > won't happen.
> > -Dave
> Read the literature. Then decide.
> (Looks like you're decided not to read the literature.)
> Stay hungry,
> --J. R.
> 3M TA3
> "A system of licensing and registration is the perfect device to deny gun
> ownership to the bourgeoisie."
> -- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
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