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Re: MMS claims are faulty science
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Published: 11 years ago
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Re: MMS claims are faulty science

Finally, thank you for some real information. There's lots to go through and I can't right now but:

1. There is no proof that "jim Humble" cured 17,500, or 1,000 or 16 people in Africa with malaria. The only sources are "Jim Humble" and the foundation he has been associated with. This is usless information as far as proof.

2. Apparently, now, the UN is just as evil as the FDA or any other government angency, telling other counties' health ministers to lie about Miracle-Mineral-Supplement . Really?

3. Can anybody find any independent proof of "jim humble?" I don't mean some phone call someone purportedly had with him. Again, that's not proof. If he was a miner etc.. why doesn't he show up anywhere? Only in places associated with Miracle-Mineral-Supplement or other items he has tried to sell.

4. Kitchen chemistry, while probably fun, is not proof. When you get your experiments published in a peer reviewed journal or even mentioned on some website that is not associated with Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , let me know.

I'm happy to be wrong.

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