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Dowsing Rods

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Dowsing rods are a psychic scam which has been around for at least five hundred years. The idea is that you take two metal rods, and your mental energy will cause the rods to move, or cross, or point, when you come across ghosts, water, treasure, gold, or a lost item. But if you’re going to get scammed, it might as well be for only fifteen bucks, and not   $2,289.99, like the Southwest Desert Healing Crystal, a five-pound wooden ball that uses crystal energy to balance your chakras.

Or $7,495.00, like the Aura Camera, a psychic cloud device that allows you to measure and visualize psychic powers on your PC.

How To Get Pregnant With A Boy -or- How To Get A Man Pregnant

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There’s no way of choosing the sex of your baby by having sex at a specific time or in a specific way. But that doesn’t stop people from trying to make money by claiming you can. “How To Get Pregnant With A Boy,” “How To Choose The Sex Of Your Baby,” and “How To Get Pregnant With A Girl” are three self-published titles by three different authors who would like you to believe, to the tune of two to five dollars each, that such a thing is possible.

You’ve got to give them credit, though – they’ve at least got a 50/50 shot with each reader. Unlike “My Pregnant Boyfriend,” an adult novel, which, despite its five-star reviews, will never come true.



Hydrogen Fuel Cell For iPhones

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This fuel-cell reactor uses hydrogen gas to produce 5v power to charge an iPhone. The downside to this is that you’ve got to carry canisters of hydrogen gas with you wherever you intend to recharge your phone, which is a dangerous proposition at best. Also, it charges a phone at about half the speed of a regular 120v wall charger, meaning you’ve got to leave a hydrogen reactor going for several hours if you want a full charge on your phone.

If you need something portable to recharge your phone with, you probably want an Anker battery, which is about half the price of the hydrogen-burning hell machine up there, and comes with the added bonus of not setting you up for a Hindenburg on your camping trip. Or if you’re dying to burn something in the pursuit of electricity, why not go whole-hog and get a 7500-watt gas generator? It weighs 211 pounds, but then again, so do a lot of us.









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