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It's a depressing statement about the human intellect that so many people buy into quackery like homeopathy, magnet therapy, healing hands, kinesiology or whatever flavor of BS they prefer. I've tried debating with a lot of these people and it mostly feels like running head-first into a brick wall when they come dragging their "there are more things between heaven and earth" and "you can't test faith"-arguments. I applaud people like this guy who make it their project to poke holes in superstition and pseudoscience. Thanks for sharing!
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