Originally posted by VneZonyDostupa
reply to post by RogerT
Sorry, I had honestly forgotten about it amidst work and helping a colleague with some business. I'll work on is today, I promise. Let me ask you a
few questions, first, so I know what you are looking for:
1) Would you want the study to be designed to use ATS members via this thread, or are you planning on using your machine on people in the flesh? If
you're asking people to simply report their results on ATS, the study is already not going to work, due to self-reporting bias.
2) Can you provide me with a little more information on what, specifically, this machine claims to do and how it works? I get the gist of it, but
would like maybe a nice concise article on the aspect of the machine you want to test.
1) The study should be designed to deliver a result that stands up in your peer community, IMO there is really no need for further anecdotal evidence
to convince those that are happy to accept friends' and relatives' testimonies as sufficient evidence to 'give it a go'.
2) I wouldn't want to limit the scope by summarizing my own limited viewpoint. There are plenty of linked papers, testimonies and claims in this
thread. My impression is that Beck states his designed protocol neutralises ALL pathogens that exist in the human body, if used as advised.
As a note on double blind and or simple use of placebo control group, I wouldn't personally be interested in participating in any study that suggests
someone may get help with a disease and then gives them a placebo, it is not within my integrity to do so. (by participate, I mean organise, initiate,
fund or promote in any way).
Perhaps this is not scientific, but the idea of giving someone hope with a dangerous condition, then letting them die or get sicker because they use
an empty black box, is really not something I'd entertain or endorse in any way.
Another thing you should be aware, is that whilst on the Beck protocol, all participant must stop ALL allopathic medication, and also most other
herbal medication, due to the risk from electroporation of the cells.