one, concerning mr ellis' patent, i can understand why he did not apply for a patent involving medical benefits. this would have made his invention a medical device and subject to all the draconian regulation thereof.
second, to this day i cannot abide the dismissal of the power of faith and the placebo effect. this can make all the difference in the world, regardless of the substance or procedure. there is a failure rate of every surgery, practice and drug. these failures are just as real as the placebo effect in the positive and can spell disaster for some. it is called the nocebo effect. all healing begins in the mind. man has free will and that can never be circumvented without a persons permission.
as for the effect of the machine on water, who can say? water can take on any vibration. i have structured water in many ways with many tangible and intangible effects. proof is like beauty, my friend. it is always in the eye of the beholder.