Easywater.com is on TV now advertising their salt-free water
treatment, implying, sort of, that it is better than a conventional
water softener. It works by inducing magic frequencies in the water
pipe which it is claimed will reduce 'static charges' in the ions in
the water. No Mg or Ca is removed since those ions are said to be good
for our health.
Since these people have figured out a way to evade the laws of
physics, their future products nay be even more remarkable.
As a humble ex-molecule mechanic, I can't figure out how this works.
Any thoughts from those of you that stayed awake in Physics 204 or
Electricity and Magnetism 102?
Yes drivel: That sort of remark, namely derision of someone who may
have a dfferent point of view, is one of the corniest and least
effective debating tactics.
It's not even smart or clever.
About on the level of schoolyard rhetoric; such as "Well you would
think that; cos your nose/ear/eyes/knees etc. is/are crooked, etc.
And yes 'water purification' baloney!
I was awake and passed with flying colors but those memories are long gone
from non-use. Anyone who buys anything that has the word "magic" in it's
ads/descriptions will surely see the magic of presidents disappearing.
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