Conspiracy theorists of the world, unite! It’s about time you guys got together (secretly, of course) to spread rumour, half-truths and claptrap via the Internet… oh, hey, you already do!
In that vein this is a classic read, if a little long-winded. It’s a mix of the plausible, the ridiculous and the, umm, plain downright dangerous. But I like it; for some strange reason I like reading recycled rants. They creep up on you, sound very possible at first and then start slowly dropping in magical properties as ‘widely known’ facts.
The best bits are many, but I do like the copper tools (not as carinogenic as steel ones, apparently) and the old ‘microwaved water kills plants’ experiment. And the many, many ways you can “improve” water by ‘clustering’ the molecules or “electron charging” it are amazing. Truly. It’s all good science, trust me (or trust the authors, anyway).