What I want to express is that if the company that makes them has no scientific reason, then the result is a fluke and they cannot guarantee nor claim the improvements they are selling. If somethings improves sound, a manufacturing company either finds a scientific solution and approach to it, or its not really repeatable.
What I want to express is that a lot of companies are willing to charge you $1000 for a foot of cable claiming all sorts of wonders. And I know how most minds think: since you already spent that money, you would feel foolish to admit to spending all that money and not having any improvement. So, you start thinking to yourself: wait, maybe it is improving, I think I can hear more brights, tighter bass, etc.
What I want to express is that you really can't, but your mind will trick you into thinking that you do to justify that you just spent the value of a car for two meters of cable.
That's what I want to express and have done so since we started these discussions.
What I want to express is that if you are happy with that, good for you. But I'm not spending my money until I get some real scientific logic behind it.
Lets use the car analogy more: if I tell you to come to my gas station, pay 10x the value of gas for MY gas, which has untold unproven improvements that will make your car run smoother and prolong the life of your motor. I cannot explain why, nor can I prove it, but please, just believe me, and, of course, pay me 10x the value. Would you do it? If you do, let me know where you live, I may actually change my profession.