Very simple really, about ten years ago, having just learnt the basic of HIV transmission, its life cycle and vulnerabilities I designed a machine to offer "complimentary" treatment which did not need drugs etc. Not a cure, not an overnight "miracle", simply a machine that might kill off "in-vitro" virus. I have shown the design to a haematologist friend of a chief health education officer, both people specialising in HIV. Both of them were of the opinion that the machine had a 50-60% chance of working. Since that time, improvements to the design have been made and I am now trying to produce a prototype machine. Unfortunately both of the people who had inspected the designs before have since died. I need to obtain a written - albeit brief - comment on the viability of the machine. Subject to this I have the backing to make a prototype. If you are a haematologist with working knowledge of HIV and live somewhere on the UK mainland, I'd like to see you at your convenience for an hour or so. If anything comes of the machines you will be justly rewarded naturally, if nothing comes of it, then we've both wasted an hour. I am not able to discuss the design points of the machine except in person and in confidence. The internet is excellent for many things, confidential discussions and nondisclosure agreements are not one of them.