GotCritified: My common sense tells me if a piss of jewelry is over 4x more radioactive
than the normal "background" lvl, it should probably not be worn on ones
neck? Although it might be interesting and cheap piss of radiation for home
testing various meters Did u finish analyzing it ?
//Edit: oh my freaking god i have seen now their commercial videos, they are
so retarded my jaw dropped. . . according to them radiation is healthy
thing to search for, they claim people in baths were for centuries swimming
in radioactive "healing" water and crap. i was waiting for them to claim
that u should drink water from fukushima and wear a ring with a
chernobylite crystal. They totally ignore that retards like them did scary
crap like that before (like making water containers made of radioactive
materials for ""healing and rejuvenating"" purposes) and it freaked up
They also claim it reduces . .. REDUCES no less chance for cancer. Based on
hiroshima and nagasaki nuke fallout survivors data (????... n/c). That
makes me think, its not japanese made, no japanese person would ever say
something so disrespectful and stupid.
Josip Š: You should rather learn about microphone, i cant hear a thing
Javed Emmanuel: I want to buy, but I heard there are Fake pendant in the market. So kindly
suggest to me from where I can buy. Please send me the best trader website
Steve Sandike: Seen this kind of thing actually worn by a worker at a nuc plant before I
retired. He couldn't exit the radiologically controlled area because it
alarmed the personal contamination monitor. As the station radiochemist, I
talked to the worker, and received his permission to count it on a
sophisticated Intrinsic Germanium gamma ray spectrometer (much more
resolute than Sodium Iodide). It was standard ash rock, mostly
Uranium/Thorium, etc, allegedly from volcanoes in Japan. Worker was
counseled to not wear it at work, but the same guy wore it into the RCA
again next outage! Go figure. They must have really seen him coming.
These things were sold 20 yrs before Fukushima, so of course, no relation.
The medallion did not show Cs-137 or Co-60 or any of the standard isotopes
from nuclear fission. It was primarily typical Ra/Th progeny, but it was a
VERY busy gamma spectrum, as those isotopes have many gamma lines. Worker
said that "holding this device up to a glass of water will purify the
water" ... and other classics that took all my professional reserve to
maintain decorum. I later discovered all this nonsense on the company's
webpage. It is standard huckster BS sold by people who are banking on the
ill-informed who have no respect for science and prefer to think their
non-science is somehow better because it's "out of the box". (Curiously,
it's also much quicker, easier, and cheaper to acquire....) There's one
born every minute. Fortunately, the radon/thoron chain isotopes in this
medallion are relatively harmless, unless you count the embarrassment of
being called out as a brainless victim with a wallet that is light about
green coffe: lies ! from you one coal should remain .
Benjamin Kendall: My golly.. you have the fake one i think -_- theres a video on that so that
you can tell the difference. The one with the cutout, like on that one, is
fake. I think anyway. Didnt completely watch your video though lol.
mikedelhoo: Did you ever get around to doing any more measurements on this scalar
CHROMATICFILMS: Obvious woo woo baloney and pseudoscience. The makers should be ashamed. I
guess they don't have any peer reviewed papers published after skeptically
testing the health benefits of the product they are selling as a scientific
device. Criminals. Just like the Orgonite community. Sham artists or
deluded neurotics. Pseudoscience is the new "Human Plague".
RadicalEdward85: I'm no expert but I think if someone were to wear this pendent everyday, I
would imagine that the person would develop some health problems from
prolonged exposure to radiation even if the count is low.
Mike Mike: bionerd23: what do you know about ionizing radiation? should this pendant
be about ionizing radiation and effects on human body? how human body
reacts to small amount of ionizing radiation? but a plant? but a cat or a
dog that are more sensitive than humans? what can you say about the effect
of such ionizing radiation on long term?
Lisa Kasper: It sucks that people just come on here to bash YOU. Thank you for your
review. For those of us who have better ways to spend our energy than to
just lash out at strangers, we appreciate the time you took.
kiss my chuck taylors: lol always gotta hustle people you can make your own organite I saw his
site and thought hmmm... I thought the quartz is two be pointed down and
then I saw the device with the shiny light agent with a blk face lmao gtfh
..btw cool video
cebuboy1976: Is the radiation enough to make us ill? Thank you. Somebody is selling
that here for 5,000 pesos (120 US dollars) and people are buying.
Doc Warrior: it's what Wilhelm Reich discovered the opposite of healing Orgone, it's
really deadly Orgone they are producing, that will make you sick over time.
Karen Carol: You've got some neat toys!
Carolyn Millet: I find your voice more annoying than your lack of knowledge. The only thing
bullcrap here is you. Finish your hormone treatments, seems like you're
stuck between genders....
AJ c: do you not know anything about science first of all a anion is a negative
ion and that pendant is nano atomically structured to be filled with
negative ions using nano technology, and those negative ions are generating
a electromagnetic field do to the photo-electric affect...wait do you even
know what a negative ion is? freak it you stupid freaking dweeb your not a
freaking bionerd your a biodweeb and you dont know what the freak you are
talking about! ok im done you can go back to being a sheep now
Tria Triadeus: tous ceux que j'ai testés étaient radioactifs
stillbreathing37: So you are aiding Japan in disposing of it's radiation? DLMFAO! You're an
Palyne Gaenir: Thanks for the review. You went to a lot of trouble to measure it
objectively with equipment and show that, which is interesting, regardless
of anybody's opinions on whether the source and/or result of this is good
Poknik Nik: ape ko buat pantat
smacl61: You are a great "in the box" thinker. Scalar energy to you is non -
existant - just as most highly educated scientists would think. So please
go join the crowd cause you all think alike. Other people out there think
differently. To you that's just BS. cheers!
youlldiescreaming: That's a very creative way of getting rid of the Fukushima fallout … just
press it into a pendant and sell it off to the morons!
233beecroft: Pls check if "Energy Armor" is radioactive?
cuezone99: luv your vids sweet heart, thank you!
Man of Faith: Perhaps your equipment is outdated hehe, look´s like somthing frome the the
days of the soviet union or WW 1 :D ?
im not pro, just asking :)
Darrell Hughes: Dr. Jacob, Professor of Physiology with the Public Sanitation Institute of
Harvard University acclaims negative ions as "Vitamins of the Air". As the
largest organ, our skin absorbs85% of charged particles from the
surroundings constantly. Long term exposure to an environment full of smog,
chemicals, and positive ions adversely affect our health.
ScalarEnergyPendants: I did a video on my channel on this topic. Always going to be those who
believe they are right and others are wrong. Fair enough. However if you do
not look at ALL the research from BOTH sides you cannot have a fair and
balanced opinion. The very fact that it has been found that Hermann Muller
LIED in regards to low dose radiation completely invalidates the entire LNT
model theory. Add in numerous real life examples support low dose as
beneficial and not harmful. Research Radiation Hormesis.
emwaver: When i first heard the asian health claims, i guessed it was antimony
(poison)- Its in the quran afterall, must be true and science wrong! cool
Humanlegacy333: over 9000?!!?
zapranoth: I love all the idiot armchair crystal magic scientists coming to defend
their purchase of a bunch of bullcrap off the internet against you, A
master of the field. This is so amusing to me. I am totally in love with
you, I hope someday I can find a woman with your intelligence, wit, and
grasp of the world and its physical properties. Truly incredible.
Vas Vadum: So did you have any effects at all when you wore it for a month? You should
edit the video descrip and add that in so it's easy to find. I was
searching all over to see if it's worth buying or not. It appears not based
on everything everyone's telling me.
SandThruFingers: I see why you're calling this bullcrap, but you also did not seem to use a
ion tester (or perhaps I missed that in your vid). Negative ions are proven
to be healthy for the body, they sell machines and Bausch and Lomb, etc
that do that.. they have been for like 2 decades. They act in a similar way
as antioxidants do. If these pendants generate negative ions, then they
should have a positive effect on health.
JoshTheBoss: This is from Wiki"There are two broad classes of radiation: ionizing
radiation which comes from radioactive materials and x-ray machines and
non-ionizing radiation which comes from other sources. Ionizing radiation,
which carries a large energy in each particle, can change things that it
hits, hurting people or animals or causing chemical changes. Non-ionizing
radiation does not cause microscopic damage, but some types can cause
chemical changes or make things hotter
gottatufa: You have some fun toys. I really wouldn't want to wear that magic pendant
around my neck all day. Nice video.
Brutal Ass Master: 10/10 would watch again.
digitaltripper: NOISEBRIDGE in SF...Cool
Daniel Page: And your point is?
bionerd23: yeah, well - i heard those other ones are not fakes, but instead "generics"
(like aspirin is original "acetylsalicylic acid" but "walmart headache
killer" with acetylsalicylic acid is much cheaper but contains the same
stuff). so they are some volcanic ash pendants as well, embedded into a
much cheaper ring, in a cheaper box, with a cheap piece of crap necklace.
but the content is still supposed to be radioactive ash. i'll hopefully do
EDX to confirm if it's volcano ash (typical elements).
jmmurdy: you made really good grades in school...nice video.
bionerd23: well, at least i agree with that. fusion excel is the biggest ripoff here,
trying to make the most bucks. ;)
SaucyBegger25: hmmm is this how japan is getting rid of there radioactive waste from the
power plant that blew up :s i guess every little helps LOL
incubusman421: i would buy an alpha spectrometer just to listen to it...
Jerico Fernandez: Good Work :)
shredderss4life: mythbusters need to get their hands on one of these...
AssilEats Falafal: sag mal woher hast du deine geräte gekauft? ich würde gern auch sowas haben
XD hast coole geräte will auch XD
SuperFinGuy: That pendant is complete BS, but saying a scalar is just magnitude without
a direction is like saying a box is just its x y and z axes. In fact a
scalar is the magnitude of something or its density, a scalar wave for
example is a longitudinal wave or oscillations in density, which can be
standing waves. Scalar waves are very easy to produce and they are not
shielded by a Faraday cage. It is an experiment you could easily do.
ComandOr Zerxius: Sounds sciencey, however, she doesn't invalidate the claims. A much more
convencing setup would involve black-field microscopy, perhaps some
experiments mice? Or small cut healing.
Peter Davey: Scalar Energy is B S I've seen videos on it people reckon scalar energy
comes from the zero point or the vacuum energy of space, it never been
proven and all the new agers want to claim they have access to this free
energy in the universe. It's a gimmick