reply to post by ttatw
I feel your pain better than anyone! I am the one who researched too many labs to count. The problem is testing rain water period unless you go to
someone who is directly involved with the EPA and the Govt. which leads back to BP, which we did not.
Who said we were tied to a University looking at academic research no one is making that claim. I assure you this is so much bigger than that. We
are not at liberty to reveal our sources at the moment due to potential legalities that could jeopardize the entire project. We have well known names
backing us up, but that is not even important.
While you have valid claims regarding the air etc. what you need to understand is anytime you test water you start with VOC's no one said we were
stopping there, but you first must find a base line.
If you want to test your own sample then do it. Try and see where you can get it done. After calling many and i do mean many labs you will find out
price begins at around $500.00 and goes up to around $50,000 depending on how much you break down the chemicals of the water. I had one chemical
toxicologists and vice president of the company explain that it usually takes 5 gallons of water to run all the extensive test that needs to be done,
to determine exactly what is in the water. He is now one of my consultants on this project.
We searched extensively to find a way to get the testing not only done for you but done at no cost to you. It takes time to get accurate results and
takes more than one lab to verify the results. I apologize if this is not what you expected or wanted.
Thank you for your comments, but I find it unnecessary and rude to refer to our website as "cutesy" no one says you must do this. If you are not
satisfied with our method that has been accepted in the scientific community than perhaps you should not participate. Although we would love for you
to. Try a little patience and you may be pleased.
Again thank you,