Health Ranger accused of elaborate hoax for conducting science demonstration with Wheaties cereal
(NaturalNews) Yesterday I posted what I thought would be a rather ho-hum video showing Wheaties flakes clinging to a common magnet. I then explained that Wheaties cereal contains ferrous metal fragments. Immediately, I was accused of staging an elaborate hoax.
P.R. Newswire, which hilariously bills itself as “the authoritative source of news and information for leading global media organizations,” totally refused to publish my food science demonstration, telling me they thought it must be a hoax of some sort. Or voodoo. Or special effects.
I was dumbfounded. And then I saw on Youtube and Facebook that people were accusing me of using elaborate computer graphics, a green screen, special effects or sleight of hand to “fake” the astonishing video which has already gone viral.
Seriously, I’ve come to the conclusion that people are incredibly stupid… too…
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