Well, I guess that I will just close up and go home.
Have you even bother to read what the Spooky-2 people posted about accuracy and the importance. At least I assume that it is still up.
Also, there is a previous post that discusses the Bell Curve in relation to frequency. Perhaps you might read that.
>- pathogens and organisms are bound to given frequency steps
There are optimums for just about everything. Even a little too high or a little too low can make all the difference when it comes to success with killing microbes. Why the heck does Spooky-2 bother to provide specific frequencies, if as you seem to claim, it does not matter.
>- the argument that a particular Zapper is somehow better than another based on the precision of a given frequency
OK, everyone, throw away those really expensive Rife machines. Apparently that little bit of extra accuracy from the GB-4000 is worthless.
>- Otherwise, I can't see such claims proving to anything more than intellectual points without any real world merit.
Well, why aren't you using the $10 zapper instead? Why did you waste all that extra money on the Spooky-2?
>- Though I'm no sooner convinced that it's worth the 300 extra dollars to get there when I find myself spending so many hours in front of my computer in a daily basis.
You are the exception to this rather than the rule. Very few people spend that much time continuously in front of a computer.
It is good that you have found something that works for you. Only one question, how well does it work?
As for the importance of accuracy, that is not my claim. Ask R.R. Rife.