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Great invention ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by MrBlobby, Jun 10, 2020.

  1. MrBlobby

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  2. Surveyor

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    Perhaps you should.
     
  3. MrBlobby

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  4. MrBlobby

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    I just wanted to know if it was just me or am I missing something.
     
  5. Surveyor

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    Their "research" consists of some cows, some chickens, 10 people (urine analysis) and one person (blood analysis).

    I'd say it was scientifically proven :rolleyes:
     
  6. Brizzles

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    So the sweepings from a McDonalds kitchen
     
  7. Rainmaker

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    Fronted by a Mark Langdon out of a PO Box in New Zealand, but the UK address is listed very officially as 'Blushield UK Ltd, Swindon, Wiltshire UK'.... Yeah, whereabouts? That's not even a proper address lol. Its actual registered address is 1 Wayside Close, Swindon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom, SN2 2UQ (which is a nondescript two-up-two-down with Sky TV).

    It's being run in the UK by directors Peter and Philomena (aka Phyllis) Graham. I assume she's his mother as she's 30 years older than he. The lady lives at 58 Stallpits Road, Shrivenham, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, SN6 8BG - which has a nice field at the back but still looks like an old council house. Peter lives at the registered address in Swindon.

    You could probably make some interesting Google Maps edits to those addresses if you cared. There seems to be a lot of EMF around both houses but I assume their thousand quid "EMF harmonizers" are helping. :D

    Interestingly, last I read it's a legal requirement for a limited company to list their full head office postal address on their website (eg for the service of legal documents), so Companies House may be interested in dropping a ton of bricks for that if you're bored enough to report them. Bloody charlatans, and their urine analysis and blood results were hysterical. Less parasites in the red blood cells(?!) and +50% organ function according to the 'registered natural practitioner' who dipped the pee. Amazeballs.
     
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2020
  8. spoffle

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    Anyone who falls for this unfortunately for them, probably deserves to lose their money.

    No sane individual would ever think this is legit.
     
  9. Luke

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  10. LeeUK

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    Is this the old misconception where folk think you still need a separate secretary (a woman/mother) to run a Ltd company? :p
     
  11. Mushy Peas

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  12. aardvark

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    do you really need to ask? really???
     
  13. MrBlobby

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    :)
     
  14. Resident

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  15. Gray2233

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    The Canadian version has a really good special offer.

    https://www.blushield-ca.com/product/blushield-low-radiation-cap/

    Block some of the RF!? I'll take three, one in each colour.
     
  16. jsmoke

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    From Amazon question. Blushield give this answer.

     
  17. MrBlobby

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    Last edited: Jun 12, 2020
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  19. Angilion

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    A tinfoil hat would be much cheaper. It's what they're claiming the product is - a jazzed up tinfoil hat. Only they're doing it wrong as they're claiming that the tinfoil blocks radio. They should have referenced Faraday to make their tinfoil hat sound more scientific so they could charge more for it.
     
  20. MrBlobby

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    Doesn't a tin foil hat stop radio waves ?

    Anyway seems like you can sell fake anything.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-29459896

    not sure how a fake bomb detector was able to sell, I would have thought you'd check test it ??