MMS: Dialogue Quells Flame

The recent “flare-up” comments from a reader named Bruce Crighton was a distraction that I chose to see as a blessing and by all indications, it became just that.

Bruce left some unkind remarks about me after I made some that he took umbrage with in the comments section of an earlier post (See The Flame Post). Some of them I simply deleted. He peppered another blog with the same comments. I responded in another post that included a video, questioned if he was real (since his email address pointed to a domain that did not exist), and ultimately suggested that viewers send him love. I also suggested that he get his own blog if he really had something he needed to say.

He wrote me back and sounded like a human being, and did indeed start his own blog, but still posted another counterpoint in the comments on mine (which I left intact).

A couple days ago I quietly emailed Bruce with an invitation to air his concerns on my Talk For Food audience. Although he lives in Australia, the same Internet that makes the thoughts that flow from this mind “news” to interested readers, listeners, and viewers around the world, also allows us to talk directly in real time.

No response from Bruce.

I began with “Plan B” to produce my radio show for this week, working up to 3am this morning. Just as I was about to get some rest and then finish off the show, I received an email from Bruce accepting my invitation, with his telephone number.

I wrote him back with a clear statement that I wasn’t interested in debating or “arguing” anyone’s point… that I would question his point of view, and he would be free to question mine. And only if I felt that the conversation was productive would I use it on my show. I told him that I only had 24 minutes available (since I had something else prepared for the other half of the show). After he wrote back with acceptance of the offer, I called. 83 minutes later, we were done.

The conversation was a conversation, and in the end we saw ourselves, not as adversaries, but as kindred who are on the same side of issue, if not the same place. Not being in the same place — having different perspectives — didn’t make one “right” or the other “wrong.” If you are interested in this subject, then I believe you’ll find this conversation helpful.

Listen to the Interview

The show is now available on Talk for Food.

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  1. Bruce

    To back up my views on concentration of NaClO2, i have contacted US Department of Transport (DOT), and it is the same world wide.
    United States Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations require that sodium chlorite solutions containing greater than 5% NaClO2 carry a corrosive label.
    DOT make exemption for some chemicals in small quantaties, but only to 1oz and chlorite sollutions are not included in this exemption.

    This means MMS should carry a danger red diamond, have a caution lable containing “Keep out of reach of children”,UN 1908, CORROSIVE 8, HAZCHEM 2X and PG11, none of which are on there. They were appaled to realise bottles containing 55 oz were being express posted as well as bulk orders of 4 oz bottles, in dozens (48 oz) and even bulk of 100 4oz (400 oz).
    MMS can not be posted or express posted as it is by distributors, to quote DOT they are breaking the law. This can be verified at the web site below

    Come some one has to take notice of lableing issue and take resonability, as well as the OH&S and laws regarding transport.

    I also still stand by notes on activation, who want’s to take that resposability. Activate with citric, lemon juice, vinigar, wash down with jiuce. The difference in activation of NaClO2 in just these procedures is from 20% release of free ClO2 to 75% release of free ClO2

    I took 5 drops of MMS, 5 drops = 0.7 ml of 168,000 ppm available ClO2, (Dilluting my 50 % citric activator 5 times to make it 10%) and added 30 drops = 4ml. the sollution turned slightly yellow and I knew straight away I have released free clO2 in a quantity to large for my colorphotometor to read. (ClO2 to 100ppm of free Clo2 will not be seen to change color to the naked eye). But I did a reading anyway and it was of the scale, so well over 1000ppm which my tester does to.
    And this is supposed to be taken @ 1 ppm of free Clo2.
    Lamotte sell chlorine dioxide test strips, people can buy them and test what they are doing themselves.
    Interesting to note similar products,
    Oxydrops is 5% NaclO2
    NACLO is 4% NaClO2.
    neighther making claims of activation for their product with one even stating do not wash down with juices that are acidic.
    But both claiming same healing properties with a safe nonhazchem product.

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