***** I don't want your theories or math or opinions. *****
I want cold hard FACTS tested by someone who knows how to do it properly.
Hey Vern, why all the drama? It's not like this
is some novel technique of electrophoresis...or gene
Sodium chlorite has a very high pH..no mystery that
it would raise the pH of water that it is added to.
I ran the goofy experiment for giggles using the
water I distilled yesterday, the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement drops [22.4% sodium
chlorite] and the
pH meter. Yeah..the pH goes up. Amazing.
In complexity, this pH test ranks up there with
turning on a light switch and seeing if the dark
I thought about posting the exact numbers of the
half a dozen tests I just ran..but decided against
it. The next thing I'll be hearing is that
the calibrated meter does not match the poofy "dip me in the water and match the color patch' strips"
pH test paper..while inexpensive..[if you don't make
many tests] are too subjective for my needs. Take ten
people running the same test with the same pH paper and
stand by to receive at least six different answers.
To make matters more challenging..not only do no two people
experience color [hue/saturation/intensity]exactly the same;
for some folks...the response curves of their own
two eyes don't match
At all. Which shade of "black/red/green/blue..whatever"
So much for using "match the color" test strips.