Thank you vairagi, one of the best posts that I have seen in a while.
>- I think that the frequency importance lies in the resonant synchronization with either the intended malevolent organism
This brings up one point that I have been stressing for a long time.
The pure true square wave of exactly 50 percent duty cycle ( when of the correct frequency ) is the best way to apply ( using direct contact ) a frequency, because that is the only wave form that is going to directly synchronize with the MOR that is desired. Using 90 percent duty cycle may produce more frequencies ( but never the set of even harmonics ), the frequencies are not synchronous and therefore reduced in effectiveness in general.
The limitation of this is that while the square wave may be propagated through the body and various organs, it tend not to reach inside of the cells very well. So that in the rare cases where this is needed, RF is likely going to be somewhat preferable.
>- It is evident that the low audio frequencies which were tested at the Good Samaritan Hospital did not work
Yes, as I recall, they were using The low frequency square waves that were best suited for pad type contact.
The issue is that of wave form replication and side band generation. The equipment that they used was NOT able to produce sidebands of +/- 1 MHz while good square wave generators ( including 555 timers ) were able to do this. Most RF equipment can only produce side bands up to 5 KHz, 10 KHZ, 20 KHz, and in extreme cases up to 100 KHz ( FM radio is an example ).
FM, however is not an option as the body is not able to rectify FM efficiently. The body can rectify AM signals ( Dr. Robert O. Becker ) to an extent but sadly, is can not rectify sidebands that are not there. Also, FM is generally used only above 50 MHz because it is less efficient below that.
That is why the studies failed, and failed miserably.
Thanks again for a really good post and I would love to hear from the Analog Kid on this as his feedback is always informative.