Catchy EMF Activist Song: “No Amount of Evidence Will Ever Convince an Idiot”
Humorous EMF Activist Song is at Its Heart Pure Authentic Concern
This EMF activist song by Alex Michael, better known as the Conspiracy Music Guru, sets ambitiously out to, in his own words, ” expose the world’s greatest deceptions with lyrics that inform and teach”.
His site goes on to explain that his music accomplishes this with “an understanding of the power of 432 Hz, delivering a natural vibration which has had a profound impact and resonance with his fans”.
EMF Consciousness Raising with a Conspiratorial Wink
Consciousness raising music is what the Conspiracy Music Guru is all about – and his songs come with his trademark impudent and indignant attitude about authentic public concerns that are offhandedly dismissed as conspiracy theories (in this case EMF conspiracy theories) by the uninformed and unimpressed.
The Musical Pitch is Controversial
Why 432 Hz? This is the frequency known as “Verdi’s A”, which is a controversial musical pitch that some musicians believe is a better, more pleasant sound for the human ear based on mathematical reasons.
It became known as Verdi’s A, because it was the standard for tuning musical instruments to the musical note A (above middle C) at 432 Hz, used by opera composure Giuseppe Verdi in the nineteenth century. It has historically been heatedly debated, but today the predominant A pitch standard is 440 Hz.
The Title of the Song is Controversial
No Amount of Evidence Will Ever Convince an Idiot … is a quotable quote found all over the internet attributed to popular American author, Mark Twain. It even sounds like something Mark Twain said. But so much controversy surrounds that attribution that only after much digging it can be reasonably determined by Twain experts that he didn’t actually say it.
Nor did he say most of the things you see attributed to him on social media. In fact, there are several Twain devotees with websites dedicated to debunking or verifying Mark Twain quotes, including the University of Virginia.
To show how prevalent controversies about his quotes are, here are some other things Mark Twain didn’t say:
- “Whiskey is for drinking; water is for fighting over.”
- “Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.”
- Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.”
- “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.”
But, when it comes to controversial quotes, Mark Twain did have this to say…
“It is my belief that nearly any invented quotation, played with confidence, stands a good chance to deceive.”
( Following the Equator, 1897)
Conspiracy Theory Guru Website Official YouTube Music Video Site
Editor’s Note: Thanks to Certified EMF Expert Consultant Sharon Barr for sending this EMF Activist Song and its Music Video along for fellow readers to enjoy.