Wired.com recently published a list of 10 great snake-oil gadgets. No surprise that everyone’s favorite, the Q-Ray bracelet, made the top of the list.
Tested by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation at an electron microscopy lab, it found that the thing wasn’t ionized at all. Even for true believers, it’s a waste of wonga.
You may also be happy to hear the infamous Harmony Chip made the list as well.
The Harmony Chip is so transparently useless as to be an object lesson in how drivel may be dressed up as science.
And here’s what they have to say about the Harmony Chip’s illustrious inventor.
A long-haired, bare-chested Yorkshireman with a fake Eastern name who rambles emptily about the nature of innovation and who attributes commonplace platitudes to himself.
Click on the link for proof I’m not making this up.