http://www.ptshamrock.com/ Michael Forrest, as you stated, violated an agreemtent that he entered into with the Feds, is that correct? Now you ask me if he used "Bye Bye Big Brother"? Come on Parazapper, you KNOW the answer to this question, just like you KNEW about the license needed to use investigative products, as your January 24th post in the Radionics device forum PROVES ;) However, I think you can agree that ASSet protection is paramount in such a situation - because the FIRST thing they have done is seize your stuff... and they can do the same with ALL your assets in some cases... including bank accounts, etc. SO, even if you are "NOT GUILTY", you STILL suffer from your competition, or some money hungry "customer" who might lodge an "anon" phone call or file suit against you with Uncle Sam, the F.D.A., or his expert litigation lawyer. Someone could take one of your products, claimed it burned them or something, and there you go ending up in court with a more than happy Uncle Sam ready to hear the case, and try you. This is if you have done anything wrong or not, the process is still rolling on.
Plate Zapping in theory works. You say it does not, or at that you are "not impressed" with the results. Yet when I introduce a microscopic slide the imprinter/plate in the circuit of the Fscan to dirp, there is a clear difference in scanning using a lymph slide, for example, verses a dirp/scan without it, or using a heart tissue slide. Just using the miscroscopic anatomy slides ALONE makes this difference, and remember, the device I am using is a CLASS 1 LICENSED MEDICAL DEVICE in Switzerland and Germany.
You claim you have research, yet you don't own even an fscan. What do you use, a microscope? Do you use a Syncrometer??? If so, you'd have to own the anatomy slides, and should KNOW this is a VALID and EFFECTIVE methodology.