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Originally posted by Slashpepper
Getting further... Seems the Ray tube was indeed merely an EM generator, infact Rife proposed using the local radio station and broadcasting certain frequencies from there to cure people in the surrounding area. It seems he used a 1MHz carrier frequency and a higher frequency above it to actually affect the bacteria/etc. This 1MHz carrier frequency was supposed to allow the EM wave into the cells of the body and thus affect virus' within it rather than just that in the connective tissue which would otherwise be the only parts subject to the waves.
I may have to try this out in the laboratory at uni, just need a signal generator and attach the electrodes to a conductive jelly containing the bacteria, then let it have various frequencies before attempting the "resonant" frequency to see if this is the only thing that works. I think his work has been over hyped from what is contained in that pdf.
Originally posted by Templarum
You just don't get it. Research for cancer cures have the second highest budget in the world (second only to military research). A cure has already been found for at least five different varieties. Why would they ignore your RIFE machines if they worked? If they're not interested in a cure, then why have these already been found?
Of course we don't know everything...I believe I said that in my first post. And, ummm, I wasn't aware that the Mayan civilization was in full bloom 3,000 years ago. Guess those anthropology and ancient civ classes were disinformation too. And I doubt that modern thinking men purposely repress the past because they feel inferior to societies that have come and gone.
And you haven't expressed a grasp of science in the past, but I can't resist. That plasma tube you talk about...that is pretty much fully understood, and has been for the four decades. We have since moved from tubes to solid state circuitry, that's really old news. DU usage? Used because it's cheap, and a good way to get rid of nuclear waste. And yes, the stunning majority of technology that surrounds you and I was originally developed for military use, there's no denying that.
The only reason that I ever responded to your thread was because you asked for verification of a technology. Using my experience and training as reference, I think I told you pretty much that it wouldn't, and why. And you took this as an opportunity to vent about everything you perceive is wrong with the world. The best advice you can give to a purported truth seeker as yourself is to go school for something, anything. I promise it will be the best decision you've ever made.
Originally posted by Hunting Veritas
I didn't say they were in full bloom as I cannot see into the past. So why are we not told at school about the effects astrology has on us without our knowledge???
I already am learning and making a career for myself in I.T and have been since the age of 12. This is information that I stumbled across which didn't make sense.
Originally posted by Byrd
Because it doesn't have any effect on us.
I was an astrologer and cast full horoscopes and did a lot of checking of data. What convinced me it was wrong was a number of things, including the fact that people with the same charts turned out very differently and had different luck.
Suicide rates are affected by the moon and changes in seasons, according to researchers.
A study of 1400 suicides found that people were more likely to make an attempt on their life when there was a new moon.
The reason it doesn't make sense is because it's not correct. The machine can't do what it's claimed, no matter how you modify it (can't produce waves that hit billions of bacteria inside your blood stream WITHOUT destroying tissue in your body as well.)
There's been lots of these machines made over the years (and sold) -- and if they worked, there would be huge clinics featuring them (imagine if you had a machine and you could PROVE it cured cancer. Wouldn't you open a clinic in some country where they couldn't regulate you? Wouldn't you charge Americans a nice price to get cured? Wouldn't they brag about it to everyone? Given that there are 2 million new cases of cancer in the US each year (and worldwide much more), don't you think you could build a number of these clinics and treat most of the people in the world?
Don't you think you'd be given a lot of money by grateful patients?
Don't you think that these stories would be EVERYwhere?
Unusual treatments that work become very widely known in a very short time. Treatments that DON'T work get hype but never achieve the level of discussion and support and success as the verified ones.
"Domestic power lines are taken for granted and assumed harmless. However,
this assumption has never been adequately tested. Low-level harmful effects
could be missed, yet might be important for the population as a whole, since
electric lines are so ubiquitous. [Our] study suggests, in fact, children
who develop cancer are unduly often near high current electric lines."
Electrical Wiring Configurations and Childhood Cancer. Nancy Wertheimer.
Amer. Journal of Epidemiology. March 1979.
Insurers are worried that people living or working near electricity pylons will start filing claims for illness as part of the burgeoning compensation culture. Underwriters and brokers have been discussing the threat of Electronic Magnetic Frequencies (EMF) at their annual conference in Monte Carlo.
Although there is no medical or scientific evidence proving that pylons cause illnesses such as cancer, insurers and reinsurers are afraid claims could arise in the future. The International Underwriting Association, the representative and research body for the world's largest reinsurers operating through the London insurance market, described EMF as "a potential emerging risk".
Originally posted by endrun
hile it seemed to work for the doctors who believed in it, when others who didn't believe tried to use it, it didn't cure anything.
Originally posted by titorite
What a wonderful discussion to continue. I myself own a global wellness Rife unit. It is a pad/cylinder style device. I have let a few cancer sufferers use it. One skin cancer one bone cancer. Neither individual has cancer anymore. My unit cost me 1,400 bucks and that was with the medical discount I got for being in the massage therapy industry and promising to use it in my business. After I bought it I learned I could of done better. It uses a preset frequencies choosen by "channels" rather than tuneing in spesific frequencies. Still I didn't get riped off by buying something like an F-scan unit which is not a rife machine in any sense of the word but marketed as such.