Dakota Therapeutics has issued a press release announcing their exciting new product: the Magnehance
. It's "a new magnetic device for erectile enhancement."
The mind boggles. I don't quite understand how this thing is supposed to be worn, and (perhaps thankfully) they don't offer any illustrations on their website
. But the amount of pseudo-scientific jargon they deploy is quite remarkable:
the Magnehance™ is constructed of a super-flexible form of the high-energy, rare earth magnet known as neodymium iron boron, which is used extensively in magnetic therapy.
Wow. The only thing that would top that is if it were made of 'patented IonXR nanoceramics technology
' (but no, that's a different product). Get your orders for the Magnehance in quick, because the first few customers will also receive a 'Free Mini Keychain Digital Camera'. (via Gullibility Isn't in the Dictionary
Now I can't stop wondering, if someone actually went out in public wearing one of these things, would it start to attract random metal objects (keys, paperclips, etc.)?