I see you’re losing nerves again.
You qouted a definition of permittivity from Wikipedia. What are you trying to prove? That you are right on your calculations?
This is your favourite table:
And these are your exact words (quote):
„The paper also said that at 10 hertz muscle had an average of 38,000,000 ohms!!! More proof of my point. 38meg would permit only an incredibly small amount of current to pass thru it...”
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Here are your claims from Yahoo forum (quote):
"Muscle is also listed at having an average of 38,000,000 ohms at 10 Hertz frequency, and blood as having 3,000 ohms at 1000 hertz. (Ohms is the measure of resistance to current flow. More ohms means more resistance.)"
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You had no idea what relative permittance is, so you attributed ohms to it confusing this with resistance. Michael, this error alone shows your credentials. This proves your poor knowledge on the very subject of electromedicine.
You just bought some cows meat and „researched” it. Stop making jokes! Look into tons of scientific research papers. Are you a scientist? Did you ever measured electric current in vivo in human tissues? Of course not.
You say that your dedication is service to humanity? Im sorry, but looking at your attitude I just don’t believe it. I’d say that your dedicated to your business. You designed microbe electrifier based on error, false assumption that current from electrodes equals current inside blood. How many of those have you sold?
Are you ready to say to your clients: „I’m sorry, I was wrong”?
My biggest mistake was that I thought electromedicine people are really different from those in Big Pharma. I was wrong. Even here there are some, who care more about their money than other people health.