New Invention Allows Humans To Live Forever

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  1. cornflower

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    http://www.alexchiu.com/

    "Please believe me. Everything you read is true and is important. Now people do not have to age anymore."
    WOW! This is so cool! THIS COULD CHANGE THE WORLD.
     
  2. keith

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    "....by virtue of blood circulation being directly proportional to magnetic flux and the magnetic flux being a natural turbine to circulate blood and which consists of no moving parts but yet still propels the blood......"

    ..... and there I was wasting time in anatomy learning about the heart :rolleyes: .
     
  3. esskreemr

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    Amazing, he actually has a patent for the device. Funny thing is, nothing mentioned about immortality or eternal life in the citation...

     
  4. VERITAS

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    Very interesting.

    None of the testimonials I read suggested that Eternal Youth was in store, but rather that some ailments were cured and they are healthier.

    Would this device grant immortality? I doubt it, but if they claim it can cure all manner of diseases, why not?

    It seems to go along with Traditional Chinese Medicine more than any other established system of practice, but I wonder whether legit TCM practitioners approve of magnets.

    I have been treated with a somewhat modified TCM approach, involving acupressure, diet, and supplements, for food allergies, and it works very well and very mysteriously.

    The western allergists give you all these painful shots to test for allergies. It takes forever, is quite irksome and does not lead to any helpful treatments.

    The "alternative medicine" approach was much nicer. They give you clear glass vials of concentrated allergins to hold in your hands, and push down on your arm while you try to push up.

    When my skin is in contact with an allergin, my arm is much weaker. When I am holding a vial containing an allergin that I react to, and I hold my dad's hand, he also becomes weaker.

    The explanations are vague and not terribly helpful, but it works.

    So is anyone going to try the Immortality Device?

    Maybe if you wear it under your jacket you will be untouchable...


    EDIT:

    If anyone is curious about these devices and would like an unbiased 1st hand account click on the banner.

    <a href="http://www.alexchiu.com/affiliates/clickthru.cgi?id=cfencer">
    <img src="http://www.alexchiu.com/affiliates.gif" alt="Immortality" border="0"></a>

    Once 80 people have clicked on the banner I will get my free rings and will post a complete review here! :blah:
     
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  5. npkeith

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    I don't think you have to prove that your invention works to patent it. You only have to prove that no one else has patented it. Its like the FDA and "food supplements" you only have to prove something is "safe," unlike drugs, which have to be "safe and effective." Even then, when a food supplement is proven to be unsafe, it takes them forever to get it off the market (Metabolife with ephedra anyone?).
     
  6. Larrison

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    Tin foil hat award of the day....
     
  7. akaiyuki

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    The thing is, I thought patents are expensive? :eek:
     
  8. keith

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    no, patent lawyers are expensive - but very handy to have as friends if you like good wine.
     
  9. mrbiggs

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    Now THIS is funny.
     
  10. ThatReallyHurt

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    I was a little hazy on how it would work, but the helpful diagrams made it clear. It all makes sense to me now. There is the tricky part of the whole thermonuclear war, though...
     
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  11. mrbiggs

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    I like the MSPaint quality...
     
  12. MHS Fencer

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    Gotta love his random explanations for everything... a veritable Einstein... err.. P.T. Barnum.... errr. street-corner prophet... errr, squeegee man...
     
  13. ReverseLunge

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    Snake Oil.
     
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    Alex Chiu fenced epee on my college team. I think it was different guy though....
     
  15. Westley

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    That is really scary. I love how he says TV won't let him put any ads on b/c he's not FDA approved. Just like they won't air any commercials that say they'll make your whistlewhack grow bigger....
     

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