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Re: The Effects of John E. Machine on Water
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Re: The Effects of John E. Machine on Water

Good job! However, when you treat wells, it's important to follow the Instructions and let a faucet run for as long as 24 hours to make sure you clear out the well. If you shut it off too soon, it will trap whatever you are trying to remove in the well. The University of MN tested the first well "before and after" so nobody could argue with the results. The computer printout of the milk production on a dairy farm is under "Scientific Data" on our website. A young girl in Ohio did over 200 wells with the State Inspectors shaking their heads as to why this works and passing them. However, she would sell a customer two 5 gallon jugs of water with the Instructions how to do it rather than treating the wells herself! In this way, she could do alot more wells and make alot of money rather than tieing herself up doing all the wells herself.
She sent us dozens of the "success" stories that we had on an older website.

As far as "Bludini" is concerned. He never bought a machine from us and yet he called our 800 number over 1000 times during a 2 month period (we still have the telephone records available)! Obviously this man has a problem beyond our water machine!! 1000's of hot tubs have been done with our machines and we have never said our water will kill algae which is natural!! It grows because of nutrients in water and sunlight! We state in the Instructions to have the pump come on about every half hour to circulate the water so algae doesn't grow and have the water in the hot tub exposed to sunlight as little as possible. As stated, thousands of hot tubs have been done with no problem to avoid the chemicals, used for treating hot tubs, that pass through your skin into your blood stream!! It's amazing that so many people on this bog would fall for this obvious nonsense!! P.S. "Chem1" has been ostracized by SFU University because our supporters from Los Alamos to Johns Hopkins complained to SFU! He no longer appears as a "retired SFU Chemistry Professor on the SFU website. The details are on our website! Best...John


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