Myles Reviews

The Anarchists Cook Book – Chapter One: Drugs – Myles Reviews

September 28, 2017 // 1 Comment

When I was growing up, I remember hearing stories of a book that contained information so dangerous and controversial that to own a copy, even an electronic one, could get you in trouble with the authorities. This was because the book contained a set of instructions on how to, amongst other things, construct explosive devices and synthesise illegal narcotics. This infamous book, which has now sold more than 2 million copies, has been linked to countless acts of violence around the world [...]

A Review of Dr. Judy Wood’s Book “Where Did The Towers Go?” – Holes & Where Did The Buildings Go?

March 22, 2017 // 5 Comments

It has been well over a year since I sat down and tried to wrap my head around another chapter of Dr Judy Wood’s copyright infringing magnum opus ‘Where did The Towers Go’. In all of the chapters I have covered so far some effort was made to make her theory on how the towers collapsed convincing, which cannot be said for chapters 9 ‘Where Did The Buildings Go?’ and chapter 10 ‘Holes’. Virtually everything said in this section of the book can be debunked with a few Google searches [...]

Anti-GMO Book for Children – Myles Reviews

January 19, 2017 // 0 Comments

Dewi and the Seeds of Doom is the perfect book for indoctrinating your children into an anti-GMO conspiracy whilst at the same time promoting a bit of welsh pride. At first glance, this book is a little on the boring side, but when you step back and think about what the author, Maggie Lyons, is trying to convey, who the caricatures represent, and what action she is actually promoting, it becomes something very different. The book is essentially the views of one woman on the GMO industry and [...]

Homeopathic Toothpaste? – Myles Reviews

December 22, 2016 // 1 Comment

I am the proud owner of a rather unusual collection of weird and wonderful examples of pseudoscientific products. These range from the ridiculous like my kitty chakra healing set to the flat out dangerous like my copy of Christine Maggiore’s ‘What If Everything You Thought You Knew About AIDS Was Wrong’. Although I am sure most of you think that I am wasting my money on this bad science personified, the truth is I get an enormous sense of enjoyment from trying to understand the [...]

The Waters of Life – Myles Reviews

November 19, 2016 // 0 Comments

A few months ago when I was visiting the walled city of Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand, I came across a treasure trove of quackery. I had stumbled across a bookshop that happened to have the finest selection of woo I had ever seen. One of the books from this store I talked about previously was Cosmic Cleaning which is an instruction guide for cleaning the “nine opens of the body”. A lot of these techniques for cleaning your various openings involved either dousing yourself in generous [...]

Cosmic Cleansing – Myles Reviews

October 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Cosmic Cleansing is is a set of instructions and techniques that will “cleanse the nine opens of the body giving you health, vitality, and longevity” which is exactly what it sounds like. What makes it even worse is that there are multiple photographs of one of the authors Mantak Chia throughout the book preforming the techniques recommended which leave nothing to the imagination. The book heavily promotes several popular alternative treatments including the rather dangers procedure of ear [...]

Sea-Band – Myles Reviews

July 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

As many will know, I am on a never-ending quest to find something to cure my increasingly violent hangovers and Sea-Band sounded perfect. This is because it claims to provide “effective drug-free relief from many forms of nausea including travel, motion, and morning sickness. The product itself consists of two thin sweat bands with a plastic nub on the inside that puts pressure on your wrists – specifically on the P6 (Nei-Kuan) acupressure points. According to their website “illness [...]

Healing Incense – Myles Reviews

June 22, 2016 // 2 Comments

As part of his never ending quest to find a hangover cure, Myles tries using some healing incense from Whitby to help. Each one claims to have healing properties making them an ideal solution to a hangover, so let’s see them at [...]

Cat Lover’s Guide To Chakra Healing – Myles Reviews

April 14, 2016 // 1 Comment

There is a lot of snake oil for sale on the internet – not just for us humans, but also for our pets. The Cat Lovers Guide to Chakra Healing claims it can cure your cat of everything from sexual frustration to depression by rubbing rocks on them. I decided to see if I could get it to work on my mums bad tempered cat. “Nano Hoedown” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) “Cool Vibes” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) “Fretless” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) [...]

Monsanto Vs. The World – Myles Reviews

March 23, 2016 // 1 Comment

Monsanto Vs. The World brings nothing new to the table is full of the same parroted anti-GMO rhetoric that we have all heard a thousand times before. The only thing of interest brought up was one worrying aspect of the anti-agrotechnology movement that I have been reluctant to talk about – that some believe we should allow people to die to prevent over population. Indian farmer suicide rates Agent orange  The Seralini paper  Scientific Opinion on the re-evaluation of aspartame (E 951) as a [...]

A Review of Dr. Judy Wood’s Book Where Did The Towers Go? – #2 – Myles Reviews

January 28, 2016 // 5 Comments

  It’s been over a year since I sat down to review another part of Dr Judy Wood’s book ‘Where Did The Towers Go?’ so I thought it’s about time I put on my tin foil hat and dived in. This time, let’s look at chapter seven, which, unbelievably, I found myself agreeing with for the most part and chapter eight where I think she is trolling us all. A Review of Dr. Judy Wood’s Book “Where Did The Towers Go?” – Conventional Controlled Demolition A Review of Dr. Judy Wood’s [...]

Palmistry and Its Practical Uses – Myles Reviews

December 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

One thing a lot of people don’t know about me is that I like to collect quack crap. My bedroom seems to slowly be turning into a monument to all the stupid and half-baked dangerous ideas people have had over the past two centuries. My books and trinkets are windows into a world I can’t enter. A world of pseudo-science, the paranormal, and the flat out bat-shit crazy. Over the years I have collected some gems including my pride and joy – a copy of Liam Scheff’s ‘Official Stories’ – [...]