Distinguishing REAL pyramids from the fake ones

Jim Coe jimcoe at mindspring.com
Tue Nov 23 17:12:11 EST 1999

Well, the real one was a rectangular plastic array of little pyramids, with
a flat magnet embedded under the array. I haven't given your question much
thought, but I think a dummy of similar density and demensions, but without
pyramid shapes or a magnet would work. The "double-blind" part involves a
bicycle wheel mounted horizontally under a circular line up of samples. Like
a "wheel of fortune" 'round and round she goes, where she stops nobody
knows. The "Energy Plate" ends up under one of the samples. After a month,
we may be able to tell which one.

  --jim coe
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Dan Pressnell <dpressne at ns.vvm.com> wrote in message
news:383A4AFE.C4905EBF at ns.vvm.com...
> Jim Coe wrote:
> > Someday, I'd like to do this over, in a double-blind way, and with a
> > "Pyramid Energy Plate" under the "control" sample.
> So how do you tell the differenc between a real pyramid energy plate and
> a dummy pyramid energy plate?
> Dan

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