When Paul wrote to the Korean Academy of Science and Technology, asking about Prof. Mu Shik Jhon’s alleged association with the Vitalizer Plus, this was their response:
Dear Profs. Ruth Arnon and Paul Cohen,
Thank you for your concern on Prof. Mu Shik Jhon.
I contacted Dr. Young In Jhon, Prof. Jhon’s youngest son, to find out the truth.
It’s sure that Prof. Jhon wrote the book, The Water Puzzle and the Hexagonal Key.
Nevertheless, niether he nor all of his family members know that the book was misused to sell a device called the "Vitalizer Plus". I have been informed that Prof. Jhon received Vitalizer Plus as a gift once. But, that’s it. No more relation with Vitalizer Plus.
Actually, similar situation occured in Korea when Prof. Jhon published his theory on ‘hexagonal water.’
Many devices came into the market with a notice ‘Device Prof. Jhon approved’, even though Prof. Jhon had never approved or endored them.
I hope this make situation clear.
Once again, thank you for your concern on Prof. Jhon.
Moonsuk Seon, Ph.D.
Head, Division of International Cooperation
Korean Academy of Science and Technology (KAST)
Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia (AASA)
7-1, Gumi-dong, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si
Gyeonggi-do, 463-808, Republic of Korea
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