Syncrometer Science Laboratory Manual 2
There are 3 kinds of investigations that can be made with a Syncrometer;
You can detect entities in your body, taken as a whole. For example, mercury aflatoxin, Streptococcus pneumonia, Epstein Barre virus, orthophosphotyrosine, benzene. Such a test is not as sensitive as the organ test, described next, but for this reason allows you to select those entities most abundant in the body and therefore of special significance.
You can identify which organs contain a particular entity. For example, the mercury may be in the kidney, the Streptococcus in the joints, and so on. This allows you to embark on a cleanup program for your body in a focused way. The Syncrometer lets you monitor your progress.
You can detect entities in products. For example, lead in your household water, thulium in your reverse osmosis water, asbestos in your sugar.
When Dr. Clark wrote the first book on her testing device "Syncrometer® Science Laboratory Manual" in 2000, she explained how to make and use it, along with 161 experiments and a multitude of other information. Throughout the years, as she continued with her research using the Syncrometer® she accumulated 61 more experiments that she wanted to share with her fellow testers. It has now been completed and we are introducing it as "Syncrometer® Science Laboratory Manual 2". There is some pertinent material repeated in this book from some of Dr. Clark's other books, but the experiments are all new.