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[APD] Re: Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 3, Issue 26
Again with the lawyers, whatever happened to truth in advertising? you no
longer can rebutt claims that originate from pseudo science?
I guess the next thing to do is to buy one and test it against a control
system and document it. why leave to hearsay what can be proven by fact?
anyone who already owns one, please conduct a scientifically controlled test
to remove all doubt whether it works or not.
two control tanks (2ft) + either 2 identical external filters (with clean
media) or pumps , one of which runs the eco aqualizer. add same quantities
of ammonia and blackwater.
(and perhaps a third control tank with old filter media from an established
tank to test the rate of bacterial oxidation of ammonia as well)
test it against the claims that the eco aqualizer will "promote rapid
oxidation of ammonia" and "eliminates cloudy and yellowing of water".
I figure cloudy water can be either bacterial bloom or just dumping in a
small amount of diatomaceous earth.
> Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 19:33:39 -0800
> From: Rex Grigg <rex at dsl-only_net>
> Subject: [APD] Please delete
> To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
> the post in question here. I guess some people can't stand the truth.
> >Dear Mark,
> >We are writing to request that "SLANDER and DEFAMATION"
> >material be removed from the www.fins.actwin.com discussions web pages
> >about our product, the ECO-Aqualizer.
> >Defined: "Slander and Defamation - are the utterance of false charges or
> >misrepresentations meant to defame and damage another persons reputation.
> >It is illegal."
> >After meeting we are our attorney, Trey Henderson, it has been
> >decided for the best interest of all parties involved, to cordially
> >attempt and request that the following post be removed.
> >April 28, 2003 from Rex Grigg
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