Inyushin's hydroplasm is another pseudoscientific tale about living water. Throughout the history of mankind, the topic of "living water" has been raised countless times. This substance has firmly entered the myths, legends, fairy tales, the occult and the arsenal of scammers. Surprisingly, there are always people who are ready to believe and pay for a bottle of, at best, ordinary water. And, pay a lot of money.
Inyushin's hydroplasma is a myth that has existed for many years. At the same time, the legend of miraculous water is being actively spread in a variety of sources and media. The creator of this product, Viktor Mikhailovich Inyushin, is a very dubious person whose life is shrouded in legends that have nothing to do with reality. The time has come to consecrate the hydroplasma and tell about the scammers…
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Similar project names:
- Hydroplasm Inyushin
- IP ONE
- IMAGINE PEOPLE
- Biogenic water for youth, health and longevity!
- Hydroplasma Water for Life
There are many names for this project and product, each is perverted in its own way. The main thing is that it doesn't work. This is such a poorly constructed scam that the deception is visible at first sight. However, scammers still find their victims. Inyushin's hydroplasm is positioned as follows: "it is a complex structure consisting of plasma particles." (c) Let's disassemble this plasma into particles!
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The essence of the project
"Hydroplasma or living water is a product that can give beauty, health and longevity." (c) Of course, we have heard and read a lot of nonsense from scammers, but such a frank and blatant lie is encountered for the first time. "Living Water" - are you serious? The very name "hydroplasm" is anti-scientific. There is no such term! If you don’t remember physics lessons at school, then read Wikipedia, at least.
Spend some time and finally find out what "plasma" is and why it cannot be "hydroplasma". Evidence that Inyushin's hydroplasm is a divorce will be typed in a whole volume. A sane person will never believe the "arguments" that are given on fraudulent sites. So now we'd better switch to the person who "developed" this product - Ilyushina V.M.
He is said to be the founder of the Department of Biophysics at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. However, there is no evidence in official sources that this character was in charge of any department. The network has fake biographies of Inyushin on various very dubious resources. Nevertheless, he is called a genius, a world-famous scientist and, practically, a miracle worker.
The essence of the scam
By the way, Inyushin appeared in a pseudo-scientific, no, more precisely, pseudo-scientific "documentary" film "The Great Secret of Water" in 2006 from the Rossiya TV channel. Interestingly, one of the main sponsors and creators of the film is a Japanese researcher, and part-time swindler Emoto Masaru. He created a religious sect through which he distributed “prayed water” at $35 for five ounces.
Now it is clear where Inyushin got the idea to sell expensive water?! The essence of the divorce is to lure the townsfolk into "business" and cut them off from 50-2,040 dollars. Inyushin's hydroplasma is promoted by the non-existent company IMAGINE PEOPLE, which we have already reviewed. On one of the sites, the details of the company are indicated, which, in fact, belong to the organization Vector LLC.
Inyushin's hydroplasma is another scam on a near-scientific topic. The product is bullshit, the author is extremely dubious, and the company does not exist. And the opinion of scientists is a FALSE! Are more words needed?