But here the difference is 3 grams even more unlikely...
As said if amateurs do science I usually ignore the results. The mismatch is 1000% in other domains this simply is fraud.
I have been looking at these results for a good while, also at the methods, even a video of the entire lenght of a run is available, and I frankly don't see any indication of fraud, and errors of measuring dissolved solutes are possible but not likely if you have the samples analyzed by a third party that is certified to do the analyses.
These results, along with others including those of Urutskoev, are what has motivated me to propose a project and get financing to see if the results are reproducible with an analog system, and so far it has been possible to see an effect, which is absent in the control without cavitation.
The exact mechanism will remain unexplained as long as we don’t increase research on this to see what variables influence the results.
On the other hand, and specifically about Omasa's patent, I wonder, what woud be the logic behind attempting to patent a fraud?