actually ak, I always love a challenge - it challenges me to grow and learn. Here's Parazapper's 1/24/2006 post to the Radionics Forum on the matter, which HE tells us HE KNEW :))) So dear ak, WE DO KNOW :) (now). In fact, YOU are wrong buddy, I KNOW, and WE ALL KNOW now. :))) Thanks for helping me to LEARN. PARAZAPPER's post of January 24, 2006 to the Radionics Forum now follows reposted here:
Subject: Re: radionics illegal?
From: ParaZapper | All ParaZapper's Messages |
Date: 1/24/2006 12:24:00 PM ( 16 days ago ) ... viewed 49 times since Feb 20 2005
I have heard this statement from time to time but I have not ever seen any post that specified any law to support such claims.
While it is not specifically approved by the FDA, I have read there are some devices taht have been approved by the FDA that use the principal and there have been a number of patents issued.
This technology can also be used under an IDE permit from the FDA which allows devices to be used for investigational and research purposes.
If he doesn't know about how to properly apply for licenses which HE POSTS about, then a week or two later GETS BUSTED over... geez...