>Dr. Antelman has developed Tetrasil (r) (tetrasilver tetroxide)
>which is a patented bioinorganic antipathogenic molecular crystal
>device. Tetrasil kills pathogens by electrocuting them!
First time I've seen a compound refered to as a "device." I take it that
Tetrasil's stoichiometric formula is Ag(4)O(4).
>...The Tetrasil machine is triggered when it comes into contact
>with a pathogen...
How does Ag(4)O(4) "distinguish" between a bad cell (like a bacterium in
the blood) and a good cell (like a muscle or nerve cell)? Antibiotics
work generally because they interfere with the mechanism many bacteria use
to convert fuel into energy, said mechanism being different than the way
our body's cells get their energy. Is there some general action of silver
against bacteria that I'm missing here?
>In human clinical AIDS trials, a SINGLE IV injection of Tetrasil
>cured 8 of 10 terminal AIDS patients, who showed no sign of disease
>one year after treatment. The two other patients succumbed due to
>the damange [sic] already inflicted by the disease. It was too late for
A "trial" usually refers to a study where a group of people are given the
agent-to-be-evaluated. A similarly matched other group is given a
placebo, a substance that is expected to have no effect on the outcome. I
point this out because in the text above it says "In human clinical AIDS
_trials_...", which implies that more than one test was performed. Then
it says "...cured 8 of 10 terminal AIDS patients...," which sounds to me
like the results from only one trial. And there is no mention of any
control-group results. (Though I have to admit if I felt I had the cure
for "disease X" I don't think I'd withhold the cure to a sufferer in the
interest of double-blind science.)
>For information, please write to the above address, or e-mail
I'm sending an e-mail to Mr. Ellinwood with my questions and concerns.
I'll relay any reply.
Jay J. Krull