There’s this cool toy called Euler’s Disk.
It’s like a big coin, very heavy, and you spin it on a very polished, slightly concave surface.
It spins for a very long time, and they have plenty of different designs that create holographic images while it’s spinning.
There are, and have been plenty of healthy benefits since the dawn of time.
Once a friend of mine gave me this hula-hoop that was a magnetic gimmick in Korea.
It looked like a regular hula hoop, but on the side were these magnets that were kind of like half spheres.
The were supposed to both massage and somehow magnetize your internal organs, and give you all kinds of magical healthy benefits.
Bottle Pour Contest
I saw this video on TikTok about a guy doing a split test between two water bottles.
They were about five gallons, and one he just dumped into the sink like you normally would.
The second one he swirled around, so it creates a self-sustaining vortex as the water poured out into the sink.
The video was a side by side comparison, showing each one dumping the water out into the sink.
There are these dudes called Whirling Dervishes.
Some say they whirl around in a remembrance of God.
But some say this is really a modern ceremony that goes back to ancient times.
When special practitioners would gain stamina to spin around at very fast speeds.
This was different than how ballerinas and ice skaters spin around by holding their head still while they spin.
The ancient Dervishes would spin their head just like their body.
It would take a while to get used to, but it would create a centripetal force on the inside of their brains.
A temporary stretching out of the neural matrix, so that it could resonate with larger ideas.
Ideas about future events, telepathy, and other paranormal insights.
It’s said that the original whirling Dervishes had powers far beyond what many would believe.
There are also esoteric yoga and kundalini practices that involve spinning around to gain metaphysical powers and insights.
The one with the vortex beat the other one by about ten percent.
So next time you need to dump out a big bottle of water, and you need to save a few seconds, the vortex will be glad to help you out.
No Way This Works
I immediately assumed this was some kind of scam.
It had to be.
It was extremely painful, I couldn’t spin the hula-magnet-hoop around for more than a couple times.
It is a pretty good, and common scam.
Sell something with plenty of promised benefits.
Keep It Just In Case
But to get the benefits, you have to do things most people aren’t willing to do.
So you’ll never know if it really gives you those benefits, or if it’s just scam.
However, magnets aside, their probably are health benefits to whirling a hula hoop around for five to ten minutes day.
I imagine it would increase flexibility and stamina.
Sneaking In Science
One of the cool things about the spinning disk is to creates a cool sound.
And while you are watching it spin around and around, you can read the back of the box.
Which tells you all about science, radial velocity, inertia and all kinds of other cool tricks.
It’s also a good way to get kids interested in science, or at the very least, science based toys.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.