You are right. It is hard to argue with the debunking of the absurd claims made by Ellis. I had never seen the .pdf titled 'Is this the answer to Cancer?' but I must agree that this is an absolutely absurd claim to make. This is clearly playing on peoples desperation for a cure to their life threatening cancer. The premise that the molecular bond angle has changed at any point in history is absolutely ludicrous! In order to do that the physics that apply to all mechanistic and chemical processes would have to change right down to the nuclear forces that bond all atomic structures. It is no wonder that many of these claims have been pulled from his website. The next claim that will be pulled I would suspect to be the claim that this machine raises the ph of the water. This claim is easily refuted by simply checking these properties with a ph/alkaline/bromine test strip available just about anywhere. P.U. this propaganda stinks!
I have no doubt that good clean water is good for the body but to embellish the capabilities of a water distiller in order to convince people that it will cure their cancer is just dirty rotten skullduggery!
The one thing for certain that this machine does do that is good for you is it removes the fluoride that has been added by the government but that could also be done by any water distiller for a couple hundred bucks or a reverse osmosis filter for a little more money.
As far as the criticism that you are receiving, I equate it to the methodology that John E. is using. Just lash out and call a person names when your ego is threatened and leave all common sense behind. I am surprised that I haven't received criticism for my statements about Mr. John 'the con' Ellis.
Debate and peer review is a wonderful thing but when it is reduced to antagonizing and name calling then it serves no one’s benefit.