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same??...hmmm, let's see--
 
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same??...hmmm, let's see--


hi catlin,

tom did not come to all the the SAME conclusions as bruce. for example, bruce claimed that the ppm's are near 1000ppm where tom's experiment were 1ppm to 10ppm, not over that-- and sometimes even went to 0ppm . (no to mention do not that all of the chlorine dioxide ppm are not available as they are dilutted with juice or water and then the digestive system. and are released in a linear way)--
10 and 1000 ppm's are not the SAME.

another example, bruce also thought that some of the juice of choice included orange or tomato, which is strictly advised against in the protocol. bruce also used a full strength HCL in his experiments--- full strength HCL does not even closely enter the equation.

-- and bruce is also still saying that the mms is industrial strength. which is not the same as the mms protocol~ QUOTE -- "Industrial strength is NOT in the percentage. It is also in the volume used. The volume of material and concentration are equally important. Try disinfecting a municipal water treatment system using 15 drops of sodium chlorite and an activator. It won’t happen. The Miracle-Mineral-Supplement protocol has been scaled down for safe human use..."
QUOTE FROM http://phaelosopher.wordpress.com/2008/01/11/mms-the-flame-post/

most of bruces conclusions are blown way out of proportion. where tom's concerns are legitimate. i have the same concerns as tom. thanks for listening.
good luck catlin
 

 
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