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Air: Doctor Recommended

By Dr. Jerry Mixon June 27, 2008

Separating the science from the silly is one of the things I like to turn my attention to every now and again. Luckily there’s no shortage of silly out there to work on. When I started researching water I was amazed at how many people thought they needed an ionizer and how little was generally understood about the purpose of ionization.It reminds me a bit of some of the remedies from the turn of the 19th century when they used to make beds with an electrical current running through them to promote fertility, or drank radioactive solutions of radium to promote good health. Electrical engineers and physicists of the day tried in vain to tell people that there was nothing magical about electricity, even if it could make a mixer turn without anyone cranking it. But to a public that had grown up with horse drawn carriages, electricity was poorly understood so there was no shortage of unscrupulous people willing to capitalize on their ignorance.Now today if you tell a man that mild

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