Skepticism

Applied Kinesiology – How it’s Done

Our pals from Skeptic Zone have made an educational video showing how applied kinesiology or ‘power-balance’ works. And what is even cooler is they demonstrate the power with one of my Surly-Ramics!

Learn all about the power of HEO! HEO or Harmonic Energy Oscillation is embedded in the Surly pendant. Mwa ha ha ha the HEO power is MINE… all MINE! Mwa ha ha! Oh, wait… what? What’s that you say, Mr. Saunders? It’s just a simple trick? You mean I can’t take over the world with my ceramic super-HEO-powered pendants.

Or can I?

Find out for yourself by watching the video!

Amy Roth

Amy Davis Roth (aka Surly Amy) is a multimedia artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. She makes Surly-Ramics. She is the fearless leader of Mad Art Lab. Support her on Patreon. Follow her on twitter: @SurlyAmy or on Google+. Tip Jar is here.

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  1. A simple pendulum is in fact a harmonic oscillator, and the energy does oscillate between kinetic and potential. Harmonic energy oscillator isn’t actually such a horrible description of the device even if it does jack-sh*t to fix you “bio-field.”

  2. My boyfriend’s mother is into all of this sort of quantum/energy woo. It’s maddening, as she’s reached a stage where you can’t even have a conversation with her because she has given basic words like “energy” and “intent” and “faith” new, made-up definitions, and doesn’t understand why she should have to be the one who compromises and goes with “your definition.” Have any of you ever read any quotes from “The Course on Miracles?” It’s word salad, from beginning to end.

    But I digress. What I was going to say is that we used to send her awesome videos like these, but each time there is an argument. “Why do you need to be right about this so badly?” or “I’m sorry you aren’t happy in your own life, why can’t you just accept the fact that I am happy?” I think that projects like this one are amazing, helping to show people that they are being manipulated, without being condescending and making them feel like they must be stupid for falling for it. But this can only work to inoculate the recreational woo-user, those who are on the fence and haven’t fallen all the way into the woo vortex. If you don’t get there in time, the woo cult completely absorbs them, and they have built an impenetrable quantum wall that no amount of rationality can breach, and forced de-programming is the only alternative.

    So who has a windowless white van? I’ll meet you at my future mother-in-law’s house. You bring Darren Brown. I’ll bring beer. And a dictionary.

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