Dear Mr. Humble,
How lovely to hear from you in person, although you don't sound like yourself for some reason, or at least write like yourself.
Since you're so closely involved, perhaps you could tell us about your 25 years in the aerospace industry and what name you were using at that time. What did you do? Did you install windows on airplanes, or design the space shuttle and even claims of you working on ICBMs and "A" bomb tests (quite a general statement - did you design weapons, pysically set them up, climb that tower) have come up. What is your training, your college degree, do you have a graduate degree. Have you ever been to San Jose CA and been to the Egyptian museum there, it's very interesting.
Anyway, the following is from "your" post:
"...Admittedly that number of drops could produce around 12 milligrams of chlorine dioxide, and would have a very high ppm in 36 drops of solution, but when you diluted it out by adding juice to it the ppm would be greatly reduced. And under no circumstances is the full 12 milligrams available to this solution..."
Whether one takes this with more or less water or apple juice (which contains a sorbic acid and will stop the reaction) you are still ingesting the same amount of the ClO2. In other words, if you are eating a piece of cake and you find it too rich, the solution suggested is to eat the same amount of cake but maybe add some stuff to it so it's not so rich. You know, have a glass of milk, put on whipped cream, you get the idea. It's still the same amount of cake, though.
"...Remember we are talking about 36 total drops of liquid. It does not get much stronger than this as the extra chlorine dioxide evaporates into the air. So even if you let it set longer the chlorine dioxide does not build up much. The citric acid is calculated to generate a certain amount of chlorine dioxide (which is 1 mg). The minute you dilute by adding the extra juice so you can drink it, the amount of chlorine dioxide generated is about 1 mg per hour. And when that is diluted by the body juices the amount of chlorine generated per hour is even less than that."
This is not meant as a slam, but how would drinking juice to get the ClO2 down, slow the rate of additional generation of ClO2 in the body (and at this time, there is no proof about what it is doing in you body). What effect the free blood mixed with the ClO2 and juice or water would have in our bodies is unknown.
"Sodium chlorite has a particular characteristic that makes it very useful. When it’s alkaline level is brought to an acid condition it begins to release chlorine dioxide, but not all at once when using citric acid . It releases it on a linear continuous basis for some time depending upon the amount of acid added. This doesn’t happen when you add enough HCl full strength to release all of the Chlorine dioxide immediately."
Where did that information come from Mr. Humble? Please cite valid studies, I can't, there aren't any.
"It releases it on a linear continuous basis for some time depending upon the amount of acid added."
I'm no expert, but few things release at a "linear continuous basis" in nature or during chemical reactions. Area, temperature, enivironment, are just a few things that make things more complicated. I don't why all those people who go into the sciences and Mathematics bother with all the mathematical complexity they must learn if reactions were, indeed, linear. Could you give me an example of another "linear continuous basis" reaction. It would be interesting indeed.