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Amega AmWand… The very first Zero Point Energy device?
Posted: 04 July 2010 02:32 PM   [ Ignore ]
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So, we’ve endured 5+ years of sociopath David (not a doctor or a scientist but does have a business diploma from Pace University) Schmidt followed by a host of updated copycats like 8ight holographic chips (Warren Hanchey - Ex-LifeWave management) and CieAura holographic chips (Ken Rasner - Ex-LifeWave management) all claiming to bring us the miraculous!

Well, now we have Amega Global with one of the funniest SCAMS of all.

http://www.eamega.com/about-us-usa.html

The Amega AMWand!

http://www.amwand.org/

Have they really given the world the very first Zero Point Energy device?

You’re going to love the videos!

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Posted: 04 July 2010 07:51 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Here are a few videos to get you going.

The DEMO with “Nanna”:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZb9e2SCRAk

The Australian distributor, Kathy Coles, and her husband’s grandmother demonstrate why we should take their word about this product.

https://www.eamega.com/energized/ShowPersonalMessage.esp?PERSONALBANAME=healaustralia

The wand even makes cigarettes taste better:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lHZVDR2uAE

How about bringing a dog back from the brink of death?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhXdx9j5CtA

Enjoy!

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Posted: 05 July 2010 04:38 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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I love how they bandy about the term ‘Zero Point Energy’ as if it’s something you can extract. Zero Point Energy is NOT energy. It’s the opposite. It is a description of a system (usually quantum) that is at its *lowest* energy potential. A theoretical total rest-state, devoid of any energy, motion, or potential. If anything, it would *absorb* energy greedily, like a sponge. To put it better, the Energy of the system is at a Zero Point, a totally null state.

Next will they have a car that uses the power from an Empty Gas Tank?

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Posted: 05 July 2010 10:47 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Robin Bobcat - 05 July 2010 08:38 AM

I love how they bandy about the term ‘Zero Point Energy’ as if it’s something you can extract. Zero Point Energy is NOT energy. It’s the opposite. It is a description of a system (usually quantum) that is at its *lowest* energy potential. A theoretical total rest-state, devoid of any energy, motion, or potential. If anything, it would *absorb* energy greedily, like a sponge. To put it better, the Energy of the system is at a Zero Point, a totally null state.

Next will they have a car that uses the power from an Empty Gas Tank?

Well, not quite.  Zero point energy is the lowest amount of energy that a system can be at and still be that system.  Sort of the baseline amount of the sum of all energy in a system when it is at absolute zero.  If you were to take a carbon atom and put it down to absolute zero, there would still be some tiny little bit of energy left in the atom.  That energy is what is holding the atom together as an atom.

The problem with harnessing this energy is that if you take it away, then the carbon atom will stop being a carbon atom and will change to something else.  Whereupon it is no longer going to be zero point energy.

A lot of the fuss over zero point energy is due to misunderstanding of the theoretical model that physicists used to calculate it.  They worked out that there is basically infinite energy in the vacuum energy (an energy sort of synonymous to zero point energy). . .if the universe is a complete vacuum with no matter in it.  Which, as you might have noticed, is not the case.

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Posted: 05 July 2010 01:22 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Accipiter - 05 July 2010 02:47 PM
Robin Bobcat - 05 July 2010 08:38 AM

I love how they bandy about the term ‘Zero Point Energy’ as if it’s something you can extract. Zero Point Energy is NOT energy. It’s the opposite. It is a description of a system (usually quantum) that is at its *lowest* energy potential. A theoretical total rest-state, devoid of any energy, motion, or potential. If anything, it would *absorb* energy greedily, like a sponge. To put it better, the Energy of the system is at a Zero Point, a totally null state.

Next will they have a car that uses the power from an Empty Gas Tank?

Well, not quite.  Zero point energy is the lowest amount of energy that a system can be at and still be that system.  Sort of the baseline amount of the sum of all energy in a system when it is at absolute zero.  If you were to take a carbon atom and put it down to absolute zero, there would still be some tiny little bit of energy left in the atom.

The problem with harnessing this energy is that if you take it away, then the carbon atom will stop becoming a carbon atom and will change to something else.  Whereupon it is no longer going to be zero point energy.

A lot of the fuss over zero point energy is due to misunderstanding of the theoretical model that physicists used to calculate it.  They worked out that there is basically infinite energy in the vacuum energy (an energy related to zero point energy). . .if the universe is a complete vacuum with no matter in it.  Which, as you might have noticed, is not the case.

No problem.

The boys at Amega have stated they have done it with their Wand, so they have, right?

More importantly, Kathy and her nanna in Australia “know” it works, so that’s all that really matters.

If it works…it works.

Life is simple!

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Posted: 05 July 2010 01:50 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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Didn’t take long before the Kirlian photos came along!!!

http://www.amegaglobalhealth.com/amega-kirlian-photos

There’s Kathy Coles and nanna again!

Now we know it MUST be genuine.

According to Cosmo he wants to ”...provide Top Notch Info about Amega and it’s energy products. Also, I’d Love you to Join My Team of “WANDERS” so we can Shoot Zero Point Energy all over the Planet Together!”

Can it get any funnier?

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Posted: 05 July 2010 11:35 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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I wonder what kind of person decides to get involved with the Amega AMWand scam?

The Australian lady with her nanna in the YouTube videos gives us a clue.

One of Kathy’s links takes us to:

http://www.i-have-a-dream.ws/page2.html

where we learn that she is happily married with 3 kids and hubby has an earth moving business.

We also learn that Kathy is interested in the spirit world.

Talking about Anne, a lady Kathy met who gave her a job and became her teacher:

“Anne had belonged to a group consisting of 2 families for some 20 years where her father was a

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Posted: 05 July 2010 11:46 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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EDHUK - 06 July 2010 03:35 AM

I wonder what kind of person decides to get involved with the Amega AMWand scam?

The Australian lady with her nanna in the YouTube videos gives us a clue.

One of Kathy’s links takes us to:

http://www.i-have-a-dream.ws/page2.html

where we learn that she is happily married with 3 kids and hubby has an earth moving business.

We also learn that Kathy is interested in the spirit world.

Talking about Anne, a lady Kathy met who gave her a job and became her teacher:

“Anne had belonged to a group consisting of 2 families for some 20 years where her father was a

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Posted: 05 July 2010 11:59 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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Extra bummer.

Is the inventor of the miracle supplement going to jail?

http://hubpages.com/hub/Jim-Humble-Is-Going-To-Jail


“Any time the attack comes if my approval is on any sales site that can be used to put me in jail.

This is true in most countries as well as the united states, especially in Europe.

Please comply with this. It is important. This must be done immediately.

Taking my name off of your site will also keep you out of jail.”

Sorry Kathy, looks like you might need to update your recommended links page!

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Posted: 06 July 2010 12:57 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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I like this part:
(Emphasis mine)

The wand is no more than a pen to look at, but it apparently will last for ever without any need for external power such as batteries. The pendant is similar. It is a channel for this zero point energy, probably just the same as any spiritual healer is, such as the well known Reiki healing. However it seems to be perhaps more powerful than most healers, based purely on what we see happening.

Wow. blank stare  When it is stronger than reiki, it MUST be strong! surprised  rolleyes

AND:

Are any folks disappointed? Well some return their wands, claiming they don’t work. But there seem to be some issues to take into account. One is technique, two is the tenacity of the injury, and then the willingness to see this through. Some folks indeed have what seem like miraculous pain removal in minutes, whereas others even after ten minutes claim only minor improvement.

this is pretty much the DEFINITION of placebo… shut eye

Probably they need many hours, but we have not yet proved that for ourselves. Right now we suspect even the most tenacious of pain just needs more time.

And LOTS more MONEY I am sure… mad  downer

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Posted: 06 July 2010 10:11 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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This lady, for one, is not too impressed with the wand.

http://www.mysinglemomlife.com/blog/archives/2010/06/i_wanted_to_wri.php

“I have used the Amega Amwand every single day, five times per day for 30 minutes each session as I was told to do.

I even “wanded” my water with it as I was told to do.

I am here to tell you that the Amega Amwand did absolutely nothing at all for me.

It did not relieve any aches, pains, or other discomforts, it has not helped reduce my blood pressure, and I saw no noticeable improvement in my hair, nails, or face.

It has not helped me to look or feel younger.

It has not helped or strengthened my immunity, as a matter of fact, I’ve been really sick several times during the last 2 months, and it did not help me get better faster, or at all.

It did not do a single thing that it claims it can do.

The Amega Amwand is a total scam and I feel the need to tell people the truth before they fall for this scam and waste hundreds of dollars on it.”

I guess she wants her money back!

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Posted: 07 July 2010 06:10 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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Check out Bob Hughes giving us the hard sell on Amega.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98VVB_2Pvv8&feature=player_embedded#!

BTW. It’s not possible to make negative comments about Bob and his claims.

He even spreads the word online in an Ezine article.

http://ezinearticles.com/?Why-Allopathic-Medicine-Practitioners-Love-the-Amega-Amwand&id=3844434

Which begs the question as to why anyone would turn to Ezine for ANY credible information in the first place?

Bob describes himself as “...a Christian and a family man first of all.”

I guess he’s OK with SCAMMING people because the Ten Commandments doesn’t include “Thou Shalt Not SCAM”!

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