I See A Great Danger...
...if some poor sod mistakes the two Seagates and tries to remedy that annoying itch by anal application of a hard drive.
If you go down to the Amazon woods today you can be sure of a big surprise: Seagate seems to have taken an unexpected product direction. The product contains borax, helonius, kreosotum and platina and gets rid of certain kinds of irritations in a homeopathetic manner, allegedly. There are companion products which can be …
"The product contains borax, helonius, kreosotum and platina..."
If this is "Homoeopathic" then it does not contain any of the above - just water. The listed items will have been involved in the early stages of production, but by the time you get to the finished product, none of them will remain.
Chris Hunt: "If it's a homeopathic remedy, it doesn't contain "borax, helonius, kreosotum and platina" at all (beyond the odd random molecule). It's made up entirely of water and bullshit."
Homeopaths are claiming that this in fact proves something about homeopathy, since (counter-intutively) it turns out that the more you dilute such "medicines", the more bullshit they appear to contain.
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