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3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer

What a device.. and the calibration of this device, would be fun to read. :-DD

Who buy this shit?


https://www.amazon.com/Generation-Reports-Resonance-Magnetic-Analyzer/dp/B00V5YBK8Q/ref=sr_1_108?ie=UTF8&qid=1474810917&sr=8-108&keywords=spectrum+analyzer
 

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2016, 01:54:48 pm »
It really is a Quantum Resonance Magnetic Analyzer ...

because it says it twice, once in a large font, then again underneath in a smaller font.

A Quantum Resonance Magnetic Analyzer, which is a

quantum resonance magnetic analyzer

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2016, 02:39:30 pm »
Don't forget the suggestions for more of these at the bottom.

 :wtf: is this?!

There's one for $75, you know what that means...

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2016, 03:11:08 pm »
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Who buy this shit?
The same people who, when you cite reputable medicine research start yelling
WAKE UP SHEEPLE!!!!1!!

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TEAR-DOWN! TEAR-DOWN! TEAR-DOWN! TEAR-DOWN!
See: https://www.eevblog.com/forum/reviews/qrma-(quantum-resonance-magnetic-analyzer)-teardown/

Obviously it is chock full of advanced technology, not bullshit. It's nice to know that thanks to the advances in quantum bullshiting the device can be made cheaper than before - the last time I checked they ran for up to 800 EUR.
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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #4 on: September 25, 2016, 05:02:09 pm »
And now Voltamort will market his new Electro-shock I mean...Electro-therapy device.

Inside you will find some flashy lights and dials and the core of the machine...a STUN GUN! >:D

That'll teach those "new age" wankers not to mess with :bullshit: !
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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #5 on: September 25, 2016, 06:11:28 pm »
ooh i would love to take that apart
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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #6 on: September 27, 2016, 03:20:50 am »
this reminds me of the stuff scientology uses to test people for their "potential".
 

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #9 on: September 28, 2016, 05:44:02 pm »
What the, so there are lots of things Ebay doesn't allow, like guns, amunition, class whatever drugs but you could maybe sell some of it as plant fertallizer, but this shit should be banned, hmmm... or maybe not, it's not going to kill anyone and ebay got to make money somehow.
 

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #10 on: September 28, 2016, 06:23:26 pm »
Well they sell Bibels, The Koran and books by the sientologs, all claiming to be tru too..  hoaks are popular to belive among suckers!  :-//
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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #11 on: September 29, 2016, 04:56:36 pm »
Well they sell Bibels, The Koran and books by the sientologs, all claiming to be tru too..  hoaks are popular to belive among suckers!  :-//

One of my teachers *cough*theology*cough* says that nothing is really "true" only confirmed by empirical evidence. Don't worry, he's philosophically smarter than Dave...he'd make even his head spin. :o :scared: Yes, I mentioned Dave to him and he scoffed and said some people are just closed minded and think they know everything. :o :box: He's agnostic, so he would say Dave could be right, but don't be so sure.

Also, as to quack medicine, the placebo effect does work in very rare cases, so this could be helpful to some people. I would still preffer they use empirical science then something we've empirically shown to be :bullshit:

EDIT: I'm in that class becuase it was the most interesting topic of a class they forced me to take.
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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #12 on: September 30, 2016, 03:39:18 pm »
Well they sell Bibels, The Koran and books by the sientologs, all claiming to be tru too..  hoaks are popular to belive among suckers!  :-//

One of my teachers *cough*theology*cough* says that nothing is really "true" only confirmed by empirical evidence. Don't worry, he's philosophically smarter than Dave...he'd make even his head spin. :o :scared: Yes, I mentioned Dave to him and he scoffed and said some people are just closed minded and think they know everything. :o :box: He's agnostic, so he would say Dave could be right, but don't be so sure.

Also, as to quack medicine, the placebo effect does work in very rare cases, so this could be helpful to some people. I would still preffer they use empirical science then something we've empirically shown to be :bullshit:

EDIT: I'm in that class becuase it was the most interesting topic of a class they forced me to take.

The only "true" is something that confirms Darwin on daily basis, the strongest fit (IQ !)  survival, in other words " A fool and his money are soon parted" that brings it right over to the moral side of it, should the smartest one fool or trick the money from the stupid ones that "believe".

There was a comedian, they are ALWAYs the one to trust on such things (Money and politics/politicans) ,  W. C. Fields said;   "It's morally wrong to allow a sucker to keep his money. "









Justa s a post scriptum..

A fool and his money are soon parted
Origin

This is quite an early proverb in the English language and, as such, might be thought to contain the wisdom of the ancients. The notion was known by the late 16th century, when it was expressed in rhyme by Thomas Tusser in Five Hundreth Pointes of Good Husbandrie, 1573:

    A foole & his money,
    be soone at debate:
    which after with sorow,
    repents him to late.

The precise wording of the expression comes just a little later, in Dr. John Bridges' Defence of the Government of the Church of England, 1587:

    If they pay a penie or two pence more for the reddinesse of them..let them looke to that, a foole and his money is soone parted.

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #13 on: September 30, 2016, 04:24:13 pm »
If device is harmless it may still have placebo effect of sorts? If it was cheaper it may make a nice toy for little kids to play "doctor" or "scientologist".
 

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #14 on: September 30, 2016, 04:47:29 pm »
Form the linked tear-down this might actually work as a very crude kind of lie detector. But it already failed on the lies in the advertisement. :--

For me the question is, who will install software on his computer from such a dubious source.
 

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Re: 3rd Generation 41 Reports Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer
« Reply #15 on: October 01, 2016, 06:45:29 pm »
Form the linked tear-down this might actually work as a very crude kind of lie detector. But it already failed on the lies in the advertisement. :--

For me the question is, who will install software on his computer from such a dubious source.

May even work on D. Trump as a lie detector!  :-)
 


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