Dr. Royal Raymond Rife

  1. Has anyone followed the studies by Royal Raymond Rife? What are your thoughts on him? If you dont know about his work, or heard of him. You can google the name and his story comes up. What do you think?



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  3. by   zenman
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    Has anyone followed the studies by Royal Raymond Rife? What are your thoughts on him? If you dont know about his work, or heard of him. You can google the name and his story comes up. What do you think?



    Maybe you could share a little more so that we can make a decision whether we want to look him up. Right now, I don't care to go any further.
  4. by   suzy253
    www.quackwatch.com
    Background History
    Radionics is a pseudoscience based on the notion that diseases can be diagnosed and treated by tuning in on radio-like frequencies allegedly emitted by disease-causing agents and diseased organs. The theory behind it originated with Albert Abrams, M.D. (1864-1924), who developed thirteen devices claimed to detect such frequencies and/or cure people by matching their frequencies. All parts of the body emit electrical impulses with different frequencies that vary with health and disease.
    The bottom line, however, is that radionics devices have no value for diagnosing or treating anything.
    Last edit by suzy253 on Sep 8, '06

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