I sent the following email moments ago; Dear Mr. Garrett, I received this in an email today. I have hidden the name. "XXXX said that today on The Dirt Doctor show, Garrett specifically discussed someone emailing him with evidence of microbial life in the sphagnum peat moss. Garrett told todays audience that the evidence was false (altered with compost), and that he stood firm on his notion that sphagnum peat moss is antimicrobial." I presume you are referring to me. You are treading on dangerous ground accusing me of falsifying tests. This is a lie you have told. I am not a liar. There was no compost used and the testing has been replicated several times and even accepted by Elaine Ingham. I want you to go ahead and tell the poeple who it is you are accusing of lying. Obviously you don't know who I am. And please give them my website address and please don't forget to mention that some of my work was requested for a soil science display at the Smithsonian Institute in DC. Salutations, Tim Wilson If this is what this guy is like, then do not trust anything he says. I sent him video of the microbes emergent from sphagnum peat moss in a distilled water solution and with molasses, as shown on my website. What a dirty guy!