>- For one, I doubt you have the expensive equipment needed to film protozoans in action
See, this shows how little you know. Not only do I have several optical microscopes, I also even own an electron microscope and a reasonable laboratory, including centrifuges, incubators, sprctrophotometers, as well as necessary slide and specimen preparation equipment.
>- pond water test shows nothing more than your killing algae
Again, that shows your lacking background in microbiology. The fact is that it killed all protozoa, including amoebas, it also killed all of the bacteria that were present. This was verified by almost an hour of microscopic examination of several slides taken from the water that showed NO living microbes.
What you missed is not only was the green gone, but the cloudiness was also gone. Any living microbes would have still made the water look cloudy even with the color removed.
Again, this is very representative of your efforts to mislead and distort the truth.
The real problem is that the Beck zapper can not reproduce any of this.
No chlorox was used and no other bleach or chemical was used. On that particular jar, a ParaZapper CC2 was used in the MX mode.
Michael, it is seriously sad that you are being an impediment to progress. You have sat back for years, just collecting money for the crude products that you make and sell. You have never made any effort to either prove or to improve those products that are nearly 30 year old technology.