i dont need you to believe they work, if they work for me and the people who use them, then that is all i care about.
On the other hand, some of us care about the people who could lose money on them. Some of us care about the people who could suffer serious physical harm from using them rather than getting proper medical treatment.
i dont sell these either, i already have a job. im not another person trying to get rich or whatever off of this product, i just love it.
So you say. How are we to know that you’re not really the head of the CieAura marketing department, though? How do we know that you really tried them? We don’t. I could, with just as much plausibility, write testimonials about how CieAura gave me cancer, gave leprosy to my dog, and caused my television to explode. For every testimonial that you or others provide in support of CieAura, I can provide two or twenty or two hundred against it. Which is why that sort of testimony is totally worthless. What would be of some value would be a coherent explanation of how the mechanism of the things work, or you providing even a single well-run test by somebody other than CieAura showing that they work better than does gluing a Dorito chip to your back. None of that has ever appeared, though.
but the whole drain cleaner thing.. are you seriously using that as a comparison!!
It’s not a comparison. Are you going to tell me that you would drink drain cleaner simply because you’ve never done it before and thus you only have indirect evidence that it would not be a good idea?
also im not going to say that anything you are saying is wrong, because you are entitled to your opinion
Of course, there is a difference between opinion (“I think that CieAura is wonderful!”) and fact (“There is much in CieAura’s claims that is wrong and incorrect!”).
and honestly why are you all so scared to try them??
And honestly, why do you people pushing CieAura or LifeWave or whatever the latest fad is always insist that anybody who sees serious flaws in the products’ claims are “scared” or “afraid”? It’s like some sort of a stock conditioned response, programmed into the CieAura psyche. If I offer to sell you my prize herd of blue whales that I keep on top of Mt. Everest and you decline the offer, is the only possible reason why you decline it because you are scared?
is it really that hard to believe they might actually work
Yes. Especially since there is no sign of them actually working, and no plausible reason given why they would work, and a lot of false information given as to how they are supposed to work, and since the people who support such products use lots of slippery evasions whenever asked uncomfortable questions about the product and then reply with nothing but personal attacks and urges for us to buy the product.
Would you pay $50 for a pill that I told you would cure all sorts of problems in you and that used the Earth’s magnetic field to channel charcoal atoms into the steam-boiler that powered your body?
Would you pay $50 for a hat that I told you would enhance all of your energy by forming a gravitic lens to focus rays from Vulcan, the innermost planet of our solar system, into an electromagnetic field that will sync your aura with your body’s rhythm?
Would you pay $50 for a belt that I told you would help you lose weight and gain muscle by constricting the access routes of the little elves that live inside of your stomach, thus rerouting them to other areas of your body?
Because all of those ideas make as much sense and have as much good science in them as what CieAura claims is in their own product. But you haven’t tried any of those products, have you? So you’d be willing to give me that money for them, right?
CieAura makes all sorts of vague statements and claims about the workings of their product, and many claims that are outright incorrect. They show lots of bad science. They make all sorts of claims and insinuations about what their product can do, while at the same time sticking in fine print here and there declaring that their product doesn’t really do much of anything. They do not provide the slightest sign that their product works. They do follow almost line by line the script that many known scams use. They give all sorts of nonsense about vibrations and entrainment and the like that simply doesn’t work and is self-contradicting at times.
Why should we trust them?