View Full Version : Immortality Rings??
Sat, 11th Sep '04, 5:20pm
Hi all, I just came across this web site alexchiu.com while surfing the internet and I was wondering if any of you have tried his immortality rings or know if they really work or not? Personally, I don't but who knows?
Sat, 11th Sep '04, 8:48pm
Oh yeah, I'm sure they work great... until the day you die. :shake:
Master of Nuhn
Sat, 11th Sep '04, 9:42pm
but who knows? God knows if they work... and He told me it's bullcheese. ;)
Sat, 11th Sep '04, 11:34pm
Why the hell does he have pictures of scientists on his page? "These people are smart! So I am too!"
I'm tempted to buy one so I can dance on your graves... :p
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 12:06am
Well, I have one, and I'm still alive, aren't I? :shake:
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 2:04am
Hmm, if one is a necrofilia that wan't to have a serious relationship, all he has to do is kill someone and right at the moment where they die, they put the ring on their finger, creating the world's first undead, Kerry excluded. ;)
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 10:54am
AHH! Dude, this guy hurts my head. Read the parts where he explains that:
- he can predict the future accurately
- he knows the secrets of space
- he knows ho to heal the handicapped
- God is a mathematical formula
- a solution for world peace has been developed by him
This guy is so full of it, I think he believes himself.
The Kilted Crusader
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 2:00pm
a solution for world peace has been developed by him ROFLMAO !!! :roll: :lol:
Have you seen his illustrations for global peace section?
[ September 12, 2004, 14:12: Message edited by: The Kilted Crusader ]
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 3:44pm
These things are more popular then you would think. Not this particular immortality ring but armbands and the like, which do the same sort of thing with the magnets. Nobody said anything about immortality though. They put these things on Race Horses and allot of people have been using them for certain illnesses/conditions. I have not tried them myself but I have never read anything bad about them. Don't knock it till you've tried it.
The Kilted Crusader
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 10:13pm
You can use magnets to switch off your muscles. It's a method used since Ancient Egypt, a friend of my mother practices it, and she tried it on me. It was wierd because certain herbs were weakening my muscles when I just held them, and others strengthened them. Is that the sort of thing you're meaning Sarevok?
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 11:15pm
It's probably a joke, hmm?
Edit, oh man I am starting to type like Hasimir Fenring!
[ September 12, 2004, 23:41: Message edited by: Morgoth ]
Sun, 12th Sep '04, 11:23pm
Oh dear God in heaven, I can only HOPE that that entire site was a joke.
If he seriously believes even a quarter of the stuff on there then I've lost all hope for the human race. That's all I have to say.
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 8:20am
i don't want to sound unfriendly, but
1 - The starter of the thread has only one post, this one.
2 - How many clicked on the page since he/she started the post?
3 - And that a commercial website?
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 8:23am
It seems to have an order page even... I wonder if he has received any orders yet?
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 9:03am
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Gotta get one of those. I'm such a sucker for stupid infomercial-style crap like this. ;)
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 10:49am
teekc, we left this obvious commercial here for entertainment purposes. If anyone is foolish enough to actually go and buy those things, they have only themselves to blame.
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 11:24am
The "90 day money back guarantee" that comes with the rings seems a trifle short for items that are supposed to grant inmortality. :)
And reading the posts is just plain scary...
I am 57 years old. At age 38 I lost my left arm from the elbow down, due to cancer. Because my loss was due to a biological condition after the age of 20, will these rings regenerate my arm?
ANSWER; No No No. The rings or foot braces can only help pull loose cells together therefore reduce aging. If you wear them every night, it is believed to stop aging. But if you don't have an arm, the arm cannot grow back by using this device. In order for it to grow back, you must cut an arm off from a dead person and attach it to your self. Then use the electromagnetic coil to reheal the arm.
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 11:55am
Wow. That sure is heavy. I wonder if that works with decapitated people.
Maybe I should ask the guy what would happen if I started wearing one of those coils as a headband. Ohhh... ohhh Minsc understand now! That's how he became so wise and intelligent!
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 12:44pm
ANSWER; No No No. The rings or foot braces can only help pull loose cells together therefore reduce aging. If you wear them every night, it is believed to stop aging. But if you don't have an arm, the arm cannot grow back by using this device. In order for it to grow back, you must cut an arm off from a dead person and attach it to your self. Then use the electromagnetic coil to reheal the arm.This reminds me oddly of Planescape: Torment when The Nameless one bites off his finger so that he can aquire the ring that was on another finger but it wouldn't come off. He then replaces his bitten off finger with the dead finger with ring and it attaches itself to him.
All in all I think the guy is nuts. If he believes his invention to be so... successful... why doesn't he try it on animals? Like a mouse or something considering they don't live as long as us it would be possible to prove it... oh wait... I know why he doesn't... he's a loony!
Master of Nuhn
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 7:42pm
creating the world's first undead, Kerry excluded. Caleb, according to your title, I assume you're Kerry? :p
Mon, 13th Sep '04, 10:34pm
I've got an immortality ring.
670 years old and counting.
(thats a lie).
Tue, 14th Sep '04, 12:18am
again, not to sound unfriendly, but, when someone told my biophysic prof. ten years ago that he was going to catch a single molecule to analyse it, my prof. thought he was nut. But now we can actually look at a single dna molecule wabble in water current like seaweed. This is just an immediate example, i can go on and on with similiar theme with stories of great thinkers of our time. Yes, it does seems ridiculous, so is Christianity to some poeple (refer to the kiss someone's ass post made by someone here sometime earlier, i really forgot who and when). Please do not lynch me .... more than often ridiculous ideas seems to be the best inspiration, yes? i've read of of the words in the site. i do not agree with it a bit just as much as i do not disagree with it a bit (make sense?). i think i've made my point here.
Tue, 14th Sep '04, 6:06am
Sounds like a great way to make money. I can't believe I didn't come up with that first!
Wed, 15th Sep '04, 1:35pm
Oh it's true... It's damn true...
I have bought a 300 dollar necklace once. It would give me a Petrification safe bonus of +10,
a fabulous Polymorph safe (watch this) +20.
Well, no-one has ever turned me into a squirrel so I guess it's ok. And I'm still flesh, so it's cool. However, it's an ugly necklace... sign...
EDIT: People, this is a joke. I'm not that stupid :)
[ September 20, 2004, 16:36: Message edited by: Nizidramanii'yt ]
Thu, 16th Sep '04, 10:00pm
further search reveals that alex chiu is parallel with william hung. There are people who find him funny and made pages contributed to him. i am sure you can google your result to confirm that but here are some more interesting sites,
the dartmouth review (http://www.dartreview.com/archives/2002/11/27/dont_fear_the_reaper.php)
g4 tech tv (http://www.g4techtv.com/unscrewed/features/46218/Live_Forever_Torment_Your_Coworkers_Search_Sperts. html)
[ September 16, 2004, 22:18: Message edited by: teekc ]
Mon, 20th Sep '04, 4:37pm
Aren't you guyq jealous of my necklace. I'm like wearing it right now... Super protected... God I finally feel so safe at night.
EDIT: Ok right now I got a new gem for my necklace. Ugly as well...