It was an interesting study/experiment. It is always valuable to test the ideas we are given, but the difficulty is that scientific testing is complex, and it is difficult to control all the variables. I personally think that what you saw in your test was what Miracle-Mineral-Supplement does to milk proteins and sugars, meat proteins, etc... in the gut.
But, I just keep asserting that I do not think that the yogurt test shows what you think it may ... partly because I do not want people to shy away from Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , or to think they have to regulate their Miracle-Mineral-Supplement intake, because of a fear that it destroys beneficial flora.
The lactose of the milk is converted into lactic acids by the cultures, and those acids are then directly attacked by the MMS. The MMS is NOT directly attacking the probiotics, but by the time that the MMS has denatured the fermented milk product, it can no longer be made into yogurt.
That sodium chlorite does not harm beneficial flora has been my own personal experience in using it over the last 4 years; it is the contention of Jim Humble in all of the people that he has worked with, and in his books; and, it is the assertion of Dr. Robert Young in his research and study.