Without wishing to repeat information I've supplied previously in other threads we do have to understand that the Marshall Protocol is not only contrary to common sense it is also contrary to all the research that has been and is being conducted into the effects of vitamin D3.
While I accept there are individuals who are the exception to the rule and for whom the accepted practice simply doesn't apply these are rare exceptions.
There are examples here of the way people who try MP and fail to thrive on this plan
If we are going to consider this way then the computer software on which the predictions are based should be open to scrutiny.
The only way science can progress is if when discoveries are made that information is shared and others can then repeat those experiments, see for themselves that information is correct and by confirming the findings validate that evidence.
I have not see that or any independent evidence confirming the validity of Trevor Marshall's protocol.