posted on Oct, 22 2013 @ 03:54 AM
reply to post by Pardon?
Have you tested it or do you know someone who has to derive that conclusion??? Unlike anything else that you need to spend money to try, this is free
to experiment. No one is selling the idea for profit. No one can even patent it or we will have to be paying royalty for walking barefooted. I
would even further assume the creator of the video would risk his reputation if he was making the film to fool viewers....and wasted all his time for
The video used flower cuttings to show the difference in the rate of wilting in "grounded" and "non-grounded" jars. Also, human blood samples were lab
tested after two hours of grounding. I'm not saying these test results can't be tampered with for the video, but if you like, the first one could
easily be replicated. Share with us your findings before making the statement you did. But do watch the video first. I know it is long. I think the
author had taken a year to complete it.
edit on 21-10-2013 by Kurius because: (no reason given)
Can't say I've tested it personally (although I certainly have walked barefoot from time to time) however my knowledge of science tells me it's
The onus is really on the likes of you to test it and prove that it works, not for me to disprove it (not that there's really anything there to
disprove in the first place).
I mean, I always wear leather-soled shoes anyway....
If you feel better for doing it then fine, good for you and you're not harming anyone but there's absolutely no physical or biological basis behind it
Utter and absolute garbage.
(Although this lends more weight to my plans to become some sort of quack. It's so easy to do. A short video, a glossy website, the more outlandish
the claim the better and once I've done that everything else is gravy)
EDIT: I've just been on their website....$60 for a conductive mat and a power cord!!!!!
I've really got to get into this!!!
edit on 22/10/13 by Pardon? because: (no reason given)