Oh yes, I’m going to unashamedly use my favorite quote. It would appear that I have found some long lost kin.
“A descendant of the forgotten cynic people, their ancient language is like Kung Fu for the brain, protecting the naive from the peddlers of bull.”
Looking forward to reading more.
‘Quantum’ has been one of the favourite weapons in the pseudo-science douchebag’s arsenal for some time now. Back in the late 80s, Roger Penrose and Stuart Hameroff made a serious attempt to fashion a theory of consciousness that involved interactions between quantum-entangled molecules in cytoskeletal microtubules. At least, the authors seemed to take it pretty seriously, if nobody else actually did.
Of course, some neuro-snake-oil merchants have jumped on the quantum band-wagon, because… well… because quantum sounds all sciencey, I expect. Plus it has things called ‘leaps’ associated with it (even though that was really just a TV show about time-travellers) which sounds cool, too, right?
First up is a website called ‘QDreams’ with the achingly cheesy tagline “Success at the speed of thought!”. Their product is:
“Quantum Brain Fitness training lets the user simply relax and listen to empowering mind message audio-sessions that are strategically encoded with Neuro-Sensory…
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