As far as the wobble goes, I think that much depends on how it is done. If it does not stay on frequency long enough, then it is not going to destroy the microbes very completely. That is why I do not use wobble.
>- for all of the efforts you put-in posting and promoting your products on the forums, why have you not taken the initiative to test the claims that come with your products?
Well, first what claims? For our current products the only claim that we make is that we can prove that it quickly kills a wide range of microbes in water ( not for consumption ). I understand that we have old sites up that provide results for some of our older outdated products that we do not make or sell any more. We can not make claims for our current products without our attorneys approval and they will not give approval on any in-house tests.
Also, I have not seen one single case where the test was successfully repeated by any competitor ( or any individual ) so far. Sorry for them, but if they can not kill microbes in water, then how the heck can they expect ot kill them in any animal or human?
Another point: I produced a video of the jar zapping process ( done in segments as the hard drive would not hold a continuous 72 hour video ). However, I decided long ago not to release that video. I may do the test again soon with a few modifications.
>- also read reports of people doing the very same with a 9v battery
Where please, because the first thing that I did was to try a 9 volt battery directly. It killed some but left many alive. I would certainly not consider the resulting water safe or clean. The results were less effective than the 2500 Hz single frequency which was the second test, then the 30,000 Hz frequency.
This video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbeaQ2FaxIc shows some paramecium being destroyed with a Rife-Bare Plasma generator at a particular frequency. The killing of the paramecia is not so outlandish but the importance of this video is that they used other frequencies which did not kill the paramecia. Also, while it does work, it is not as fast or as dramatic as the direct contact square waves are. At least, in this video, it is demonstrated that frequency does matter.