Scam that states that water heated many times and subject to UV radiation can fight disease.
Pseudoscience, miracle cures, nonsense.
Actually, water can be quite toxic!!
Really, one should only use dihydrogen oxide. Much better than water. Dihydrogen oxide has the anti-oxidant oxide molecule which, as you can see, is absent in "water." Without the oxide compound, you risk exploding. Oh the humanity!!!11!
And the above contains more scientifically accurate information than this silly site: which is the additive identity.
The front page of this site contains over 43,000 characters of vacuous, unsubstantiated claims, nonsense, and rambling gibberish. Whether or not this is a result of sampling the advertised products, I strongly recommend staying far away from them.
Do not provide any personal or financial data.
This man has a lot of known customers for his product (Dole, Los Alamos, etc.). He has testing results from UCLA, etc. Unless you have personally tried his machine and found it bogus it is unfair to rate his site so badly across the board based solely on your personal bias.
This is an EXCELLENT site. Anyone who thinks differently has not ordered or tested the product.
"A foole & his money,
be soone at debate:
which after with sorow,
repents him to late." – Thomas Tusser in "Five Hundreth Pointes of Good Husbandrie" (1573)