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Re: ECO Aqualizer

Quoting from the blurb: it "restores Reactivity (the interactions of water molecules). In nature this ongoing stimulation is provided by environmental forces, and, until now, such critical elements have not been applied towards aquarium captivity. Combining magnetic energy and far infrared technology developed by NASA, our product stimulates water reactivity and molecular ionization which has a direct link in reducing the constant accumulation of toxins. Now, all hobbyists can easily and naturally maintain a balanced ecosystem without harmful chemicals and without frequent water changes. "

If reactivity is defined as the interactions of water molecules, I don't think you have to worry about it being lost under normal aquarium conditions. Water molecules are going to interact because they have kinetic energy and some electrical charge. The electrical charge (water molecules have plus and minus charges) can't be changed by any known process. However, kinetic energy can be reduced by lowering the temperature. If you lower the temperature to absolute zero, you would, indeed, lose reactivity. If that is your problem, If your tank stubbornly remains at absolute zero (minus 273.15 degrees Celsius), the device might help, but an aquarium heater would be cheaper. The aquarium heater employs "far infrared technology", i.e. heat. Achieving absolute zero isn't easy, by the way, Scientists haven't done it, but they have come close.
Paul Krombholz in sunny central Mississippi, with increasing far infrared.