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Extremely promising idea being tested by grass roots with simple do-it-yourself devices. Video how-to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msceFdHittI

Join the group and see above MENU...PHOTOS for more details on building. Build a device yourself easily in minutes using free photo instructions. All you need is: 6 volt battery, wire, sponge or cloth. That's it. Start with the folder that says, "Godzilla Simple".
It will show you every simple step. Build one in 5 minutes, and an infection treated in another 20. Please post your results. Enjoy.
Above MENU...FILES will have a folder "all results" which shows experimental postings by members over last 12 years. Who knows, your situation may already be covered.
For more complex units, such as the "auto-godzilla" check the Advanced group: microelectricitygermkiller2 (see the menu/photos section). You will find engineers, and technically interested people there. This group is for users and tries to stay out of deep discussions of chemistry, electricity, etc. Welcome

By joining this group you agree to hold this group, including the moderator, harmless for real or apparent mishaps or any damages stemming from application (or misapplication) of the information. You agree by joining to use this information at your own risk. The opinion of the moderator is that you should NOT abandon standard medical treatments in order to do this, as it is still experimental.

TO LEAVE THIS GROUP, to UNSUBSCRIBE, see top of this page,"membership" "edit membership" "LEAVE GROUP" at bottom. The moderator will not unsubscribe you, please do it yourself.

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Please post any results so others can benefit from your experience. We are non-commercial.

bG--Moderator

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