Indeed. Either you believe in science, and go with Bruno, or you have Faith, and go with Jack. Anything else will lead to schizophrenia.
Hahaha! That is kind of funny. Certainly RF damping is science, there is nothing based on faith in these devices, they use known and understood material qualities to damp RF fields. In the case of a crystal, like quartz, the material will turn RF energy into resonance in the crystal. I know Jack Bybee likes to obfuscate how his stuff really works by giving out details which are a bit mumbu jumbo, but the products actually do work. Jack just does not like to talk in exact specifics, most likely to keep the exact operation to himself.
If you need to measure these devices, I would suggest using your cell phone, sandwich it between two of the Bybee crystal devices, and then see where your signal is at. I have seen ERS paper demonstrated this way, and seen how signal strength is reduced. Otherwise we need a copasetic RF engineer/audiophile who has a full RF lab at his disposal, anyone?
If one does not believe in crystals damping high frequency energy, I would suggest that other "magic" properties cannot work either. like transformers being able to pass current even though there is no wire signal path between their input and output. Or capacitors allowing AC to pass through field generation...
To my mind, the real question to be answered about these devices is not if they do anything, I already accept that they do, but to what magnitude are they effective, is the difference audible, and is it significant, and in what application. This is the reason I started the thread: to investigate whether these devices might make an improvement in sonics when placed above an NC-400 module.