EAV and bioresonance terminology
Reproducing EAV measurements
Critics of EAV assume that an EAV measurement cannot be reproduced. However, this is not the case, and the measured values certainly can be reproduced—in both successive measurements and by different people! All that is needed is a bit of practice in measuring and knowledge of the fundamentals. Someone who has no experience in EAV measurement, will often perform repeated measurements at slightly different positions and thus obtain different values. At some points, even a variation of 1 or 2 millimeters will suffice. However, it is easy to check whether the measurement is right or wrong (please see the plateau effect).
The indicator drops must be considered in more detail: If you measure several times in a row, you may notice lower values with each measurement. As a rule, such a measurement point may need between 30 seconds and up to several minutes to regain its initial state. The valid initial EAV value of the indicator drops is always the first value.
If EAV users who vary in experience measure the same individual person one after the other, there may be typical deviations of 3 to 5 scale divisions in comparison tests. That is insignificant in EAV.