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My friend Russell Singleton from Sunny Cedars Farm said "What if he is right? Everybody laughs and thinks he another nutcase, but I like the copper hat liner, that helps him "take control of his brain". Scientist already know the brain uses electrical impulses to function. Copper is one of the best conductors of electricity. He might be on to something!"

I'm going to go find me some copper!

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The brain has electrical activity but I think the idea is to keep it contained within the skull and not draw it into your hat where it is not needed. I knew this guy who had a metal plate in his skull . He said that the plate was a reciever for messages from the mothership and that is why he was not responsible for his own actions. The old wiring and bad connections within my skull told me it was not a good idea to hang around this guy anymore. I like Carlo in the video though .
Whatever else he is doing - diet , exercise - I think we should copy , he seems stout for his age.
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Copper does work better than tin foil...
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There is one little thing that might be true in Carlo's rant. They might make it in China and if they do there will be lots of other outlandish claims of healing attributed to it. Carlo won't see a penny, unless he includes one in his eyewear.

I like to think that all of the world's religions were created by true believer whack jobs like Carlo. Some of them have succeeded against all reason, so you never know, Carlo may become a trillionaire.
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