Shungite to counter electromagnetic pollution

I don’t understand the mechanism of how this tone works, but from what I heard, this stone from Russia effectively cuts the harmful radiation. I’m going to give it a go.

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You should read the full article. This isn’t about some magic crystal that protects you from all sorts of radiation.

On the contrary this type of crystal is a collector of all visible radiation and within the microwave range as well.

They can take that energy and convert it directly to electricity which could then theoretically greatly enhance the efficiency of solar power cells, chargers etc.

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I heard of a guy who made a lid (out of shungite) for the smartmeter.
And he was told by the electric company that the smartmeter wasn’t sending signals properly.

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You can hear of literally anything, that doesn’t mean it has any basis in fact whatsoever.

Same for what you say. Boy, old habits die hard.
If you don’t like what I post (which I do for further discussions), come up with a counterargument with substantiating material or your own experiences with shungite.

I already have when I explained the article to you.

“What you heard” is not a fact to be discussed since A there’s no way to verify it and B one can’t prove a negative.

It is a fact, you can literally hear anything, that doesn’t make what you heard true.

“What I heard” is a valid statement, even in the court of law, unless stated with an intention to deceive.

Of course I can literally hear anything but it’s up to me to make the determination, based on the personality, reliability and trustworthiness of the person making such a statement.

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No, that would be ruled as hearsay and inadmissible in a court.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/hearsay

Hearsay

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Hearsay is an out-of-court statement offered to prove the truth of whatever it asserts.

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Hearsay evidence is often inadmissible at trial. However, many exclusions and exceptions exist.

For something to be hearsay, it does not matter whether the statement was oral or written. Generally speaking, hearsay cannot be used as [evidence]

(https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/evidence) at trial.

“What you heard” when presented here has even less credibility since the original source isn’t known and can’t be challenged.

There are very few situations where hearsay would be deemed admissible in court.

Shungite protects not only from EMF waves but also microwaves by turning around the anti-clockwise circuit in the other direction. Truly an amazing mineraloid.

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I don’t know much about this stuff but if it isn’t hurting you or anybody else then there isn’t harm in trying something. Even if it doesn’t really work but it makes you feel better then it was worth the money.

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Not quite. There’s always a danger when people start pouring their money down rat holes buying snake oil. Eventually they go broke and become a burden on the rest of us.

Shungite stones are very cheap. If you buy it as an accessory, like a pendant or a small pyramid in your room, it costs more. But they are hardly rip-offs.

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I don’t really know how you got from a to b on this. We’re not exactly talking about a gambling addiction. It’s a little too new age for my taste but plenty of people piss away their disposable income on what they want without becoming a burden to society. As far as I’m concerned that’s their right to do so. The only people who want to control what other people spend on things are socialists. I’m not into socialism. if somebody wants to buy some rocks because they think it might make them feel good then let them buy some rocks it’s of no one’s concern but the person making the purchase, responsibly.

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My only issue is the fraud and false hope aspect of those peddling such things.

Stones and crystals of all kinds are peddled to the desperate as all kinds of curealls when there’s no evidence at all of their curative powers.

For the tinfoil hat crowd thinking they’ll buy these baubles and be protected from “the rays” who are already of questionable sanity it may even be worse.

Hell even if these stones do exactly what they claim you’d have to cover your entire body in them to block all of the “rays” and then there’s the question of where that energy goes.

Nothing can simply collect and store energy endlessly, eventually it has to be discharged. Where is it going to go upon discharge and in what form?

Why are you trolling me?
I didn’t mention Jews, did I?

I didn’t even mention much less reply to you dipshit, learn to read.

:roll_eyes: can’t even say “I heard this”
A little nit picky aren’t we?
I’m glad for the info. Thanks for not axing it altogether :roll_eyes:

You suck, pal. This venue sucks. You’re never going to grow it like this. The only dipshit is you. You should get some help removing your head from your arse.

You can say whatever you want, that doesn’t give it any credibility though.

Anytime you think you can challenge me on the facts pack a sack lunch and give it your best shot.