Interesting thing I was reading about boiling tap water. It seems that if you boil tap water (which is usually fluoridated if you don't have a well) it concentrates the fluoride content. I am not sure exactly how that happens but it sure does seem to come up a lot when you are checking to see if distillation removes fluoride or not. I don't know if it is true but it sure is an interesting side note.
I don't know if the plants died in the above article because of the RF energy that was used in the excitation of the water molecules of the microwave water (as opposed to infrared heat from your stove) or if it was the alleged 'concentration of fluoride' that harmed the plant. Maybe some other factor?
Anyway, I suppose one could try your suggestion and see if it makes any substantial difference or not. I am not generally known for having a green thumb but my wife might want to try it.
Maybe we could send a sample of Ellis's water to Dr. Masaru Emoto and see what kind of pattern it makes. :-)
The reason I mentioned the fluoridation thing is that I have researched the story behind fluoride for a long time and I know that I want absolutely nothing to do with it nor do I want my children to have it - ever!
When my dad asked what I thought about his water machine, I replied "well, at least it removes fluoride from your water and that should help with your thyroid issues. Other than that, you will have to tell me."
Personally, I use a reverse osmosis (and particle) filter on the house water feed.
Anyway, thanks for the idea. I will mention it to my wife and see if she wants to try it or not.