Synlube shills/defenders make a number of claims that one would think many, if not most experts in the field would just laugh at.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence to back them, and they have yet to produce them.
We get no hard data. All we get is claims and worthless testimonials. More than their word is necessary. Especially when it goes against established theory/facts in motor oil. We need more than diatribes about flat earth and other such nonsense.
A constant theme with synlube is "We're smart, everyone else is stupid." Trying to paint your skeptics as narrow minded and stupid is the marketing technique of the fraudulent in order to stop one from thinking and just accept their claims. And on some, it works.
The warranty is a sham. There are many reasons to offer a warranty. And the reason is not always because the stuff is good, but to make people think it is. To me, the way it is written, it excludes just about anyone from making a claim.
Not that they could afford to pay anything anyway.