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Re: What does accuracy mean in a zapper?
ErnestH74 Views: 4,204
Published: 6 years ago
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Re: What does accuracy mean in a zapper?

I produced a video of the jar zapping process ( done in segments as the hard drive would not hold a continuous 72 hour video ).
Good !

However, I decided long ago not to release that video.
Why ? This is how the understanding and technology can progress when others try to reproduce the experiment and results.

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.
It probably does matter, after all, that's the basis of Rife's technology.
However it is not because specific frequencies are more effective to kill specific harmful organisms than the frequencies you have in your zapper are effective (or please show us some proofs)
Also, i have managed to kill big parasitic worms by using low frequencies and a high voltage/high intensity, (but it is risky) so there are probably several ways.

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