I read these responses with consternation, as for years I have said that the absolute lack of any substantiation of the outrageous claims by John E. could be tolerated if there were any degree of a money back guaranty. A money back guaranty shows some degree in confidence that what you are saying you will stand behind. John E. may be a mean old son of a gun, and that could be accepted. He could make his unsubstantiated claims for his overpriced fragile spaceship distiller. There may be validity to the hot/cold energizing of the water, as this is how water energizes itself when it flows naturally, with a vortex within a vortex creating temperature change. Dr. Carl Baugh of the Creation Evidence Museum in Glenrose, Texas stated that for every degree change in water either way you had an energy increase. What is most disturbing is that when a person purchases a machine hoping for something close to what was promised based on over top promises and stories and half truths about alternatives, they should have at least a few days to return the item, like every other legitimate manufacturer and retailer in the country. Ellis has simply used legal finesse in his claims to stay within the law up to this point to absolutely rip people off. In all the years of working with doctors and their patients worldwide, the only comments on this very pricey space ship is that the water tasted a little better. Never ANYTHING more. Any when it broke it usually took months to get it back and you had to pay. NO RETURN POLICY EVER and NO SUPPORTING LITERATURE OR RESEARCH AS PROMISED. A first class scam, no question about it. This is coming from a person who works with technologies and energies that leave room for questions as well. The difference is I have offered a six month money back guaranty for twenty years on technologies I find work, so a person has plenty of time to decide for themselves, and provide as much supporting and duplicatable information and anecdotes as possible. None of this is or has ever been available from John E..