The main problem is that many people believe that Jim Humble has actually done some testing and knows what he is talking about. When you confront those people with the truth, they don't seem to be able to think for themselves.
I point out the results of the testing I have done, and suggest that others follow the tests, step by step, and see if they come up with different results. When people take the time to do the tests, they quickly realize that Jim Humble doesn't understand the chemistry of these chemicals.
A few people have indicated that they have experienced positive results. I don't think anyone should take away their positive results, but what caused those result is often questionable.
Jim Humble has had several opportunities to run various tests while he was doing his various testing on people in clinics. He refuses to do any testing, or refuses to share what those test results are. This raises bigger questions than calling the chemical a miracle solution.
protocol is flawed. It is possible that many of the results that Jim Humble claims could be obtained by simply using citric acid
. Citric acid is an antimicrobial that is very effective. The MMS protocol results in excess citric acid, and it is possible that the citric acid is responsible for the positive results.
Jim Humbles paranoia is growing, as evidenced by his comments about being on an FBI kill list. If MMS is causing oxidative damage to his brain and this is the result, it may be better to find another oxidizer to help the body out when it is needed.