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  1. #1 Magnetic rings stop and reverse aging? 
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    It is about magnetic rings, you wear them while sleepeng on your fingers. Guy that created this Alex Chiu is really weard (he claims that he invented immortality), but it seems that his stuff works. (it was even mentioned in Kevin Thrudeau s book)
    What do you think about this? Is this worth trying?
    http://www.alexchiu.com/intelliscrip...?id=1225854704


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    I am sorry, but I find Kevin Thrudeau to be a bit of a charlatan. As for Alex Chiu, he should be prosecuted for fraud.

    http://www.alexchiu.com/eternallife/gorgeouspil.htm

    Deary me. Please don't buy into this guy's nonsense!


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    I would agree, but he is in business more than 10 years. Why are people buyng his products?
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    Quote Originally Posted by happyman
    I would agree, but he is in business more than 10 years. Why are people buyng his products?
    Gullibility. Placebo effect. See my sig. :wink:
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    In biz for 10 years and THATS how his site looks?!
    pleeeeeeeeeeease...
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    No different from Falun Gong, except the government hasn't banned it yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happyman
    ... but it seems that his stuff works.
    just ask yourself : how do you know it works ? where's the evidence, or are you just willing to take anybody's word for it ?

    then have a sober reflection on what ageing actually represents, and how a mere magnetic ring would stop or reverse it ? if the answer given by the seller of the ring contains buzz words such as "aura", "energy" or "body circuits", run a mile and then some, because it has all the plausibility of new age mysticism
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." (Philip K. Dick)
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    Magnetism can have biological effects, but only at extreme levels. The degree of magnetism in a ring is simply too tiny. You need a magnetic field of about 4 orders of magnitude greater to have an effect, and even that can only be detected in a specially prepared laboratory with very sensitive detection methods.
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