Gerald O'brian


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CMO : compensation magnetic oscillators. Hoax?

Every bio-stores selling amber necklaces, homeopathic sugar and magic potions has a sign on the door : "CMO technology... Come in and feel the difference."
In case you don't know, I'm talking about the little metal pebbles you stick on anything emitting electromagnetic waves, like cell phones and computers.
Is there any ground, any theory behind this business?
Or is it just another way for pseudo-science to get into the birthday-gift market?

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    May 14 2013: My elderly, infirm Uncle Pinky bought a Lakhovsky Healing Machine for $900 online. It was impressive to behold and brought new focus into the last days of his life. He died 13 days after it arrived via UPS Ground. He said basking in its force field made him feel younger and stronger, then he died. It's in the attic with the Veg-o-Matic and a case of DMSO. At best it extended his life 13 days which amortizes to $69 bucks a day. I think we'll put it on Craigslist.
  • May 14 2013: I have never heard of this before.

    Every placebo has a real effect, for those who believe.