Originally Posted by MarkSF
Yeah it basically looks like a list of all the things you really shouldn't put in the ocean.
Hard to imagine mother nature being grateful for adding deadly, toxic, highly regulated heavy metals to the water. The EPA just spent 30 years trying to get them OUT of SF Bay
I highly doubt if those are the ingredients anyway. So far all we've heard is a load of psuedo-scientific bafflegab that contradicts itself but includes some important buzzwords : nanoparticles, natural, non-metallic, colloidal, and so on. My money
is on it being pure snake oil
, if it exists at all, which I am beginning to doubt.
Interestingly, a search on ProFoul additive yields : no hits. I think we've wasted enough time on this troll.
Iīve seen you make a good analysis of the situation but plase note that this is an analisys of the metallic elements contained in this 100% natural formula. Many of this elements are also present at higher levels in beach sand.
The most important elements her are silver, aluminum
and strontium summing up to 2-2,2% and the rest being silicon (98%) the cristaline structure of the product is what makes a great and safe application.
and Strontium are fundamantal to support life. The remaining metallic elements including URANIUM!!! are at trace levels they dont represent any threat to life. In fact, the mos important constituent of this solution comes naturally from the ocean itself so how can it pose such a threat. The other metallic elements represent 0,000364 kg/Kg of product.
Mark is right regardingg the hilarious name that I mispelled being NoFoul the correct name for it. And again is 100% natural.
What is really important is that even in waters like Cartagenaīs bay. I have a 4 months clean hull
and that is a fact. I plan to make some experimentation with it to share with you all.
If 85% comes from the ocean How can it Harm the same?
NO BS plain ttruth