>- 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.
Introducing any external object into the equation will probably affect the analysis but not necessarily affect the treatment. There is a significant difference between the two. I am sure that if you put a slide of dirt into the equation, it would also change the readings too.
I do not recall saying that it did not work at all but only that I am not impressed.
>- You claim you have research, yet you don't own even an fscan.
Actually, I lean toward the QXCI although I do not own that either. I do receive some feedback from some QXCI owners. I also receive actual hospital test data from some individuals as well as test data from a couple of university studies.
These test data include results from multiple individuals in a controlled situation.