For those that don't know what iMusic is, visit www.getimusic.com
It's some sort of music which is said to be able to greatly enhance your brain performance, increasing your IQ, energize your body, or even increase your physical feats (muscle, endurance, injury reduction, etc) according to its release package.
On their website they say that their technology has been proven. And indeed they give tens of references of studies that have been done during the last few decades. Most of these are about some form of brainwave training and neurofeedback. None of those is specifically about iMusic. They have also done a few (I found three) studies themselves with very small test groups (nine to ten people per group) that showed clear results in favour of their product. But a) the study groups are too small to be significant, and b) significant details are not given in the research briefs. While in all tests one group was asked to listen to "enhanced" music, it is not clear whether the other group listened to the same music only that it was not "enhanced", or whether they listened to completely different music. I even sent an inquiry to Volition about these questions, but got no useful answer. No information beyond the nearly useless research briefs. There is no doubt that music has an effect on the brain. From the evidence provided on the iMusic website (assumed that there are no lies) it cannot be said whether the "enhancement" has an additional positive effect or not. Since they give a lot of references that are not directly related to the product, I assume that there has been no significant research directly related to iMusic. Since it is hardly possible to do any double blind testing, it will be hard to prove or disprove the effectiveness of iMusic as compared to a good choice of "normal" music. I'm convinced of one thing, though: it will work - to some extent - if you really believe in it.
Negative biotension enhancer (nbe)
No, hoax can be a verb or a noun. When used before other nouns (hoax letter, hoax caller) it is acting as a noun adjunct.
Actually, using it is the best memory enhancer. Play memory games.
Yes it is a hoax.
the best libido enhancer ever, is true love and caring.
A hoax is a trick. Here are some sentences.He played a hoax on us and made us think the house was haunted.The email from Nigeria is a hoax.I don't want to fall for a hoax.
where's the proof that it's NOT a hoax? Besides, most of the "powers that be" are stupid and don't have 2 brain cells to rub together. And when was the last time you met or heard about a person that could predict the future beyond the shadow of a doubt?
hoaxes The plural of hoax is hoaxes.
Bigfoot is hoax.
It was not a hoax, it was real.
There was no hoax, the landings were real.
The duration of The Hoax is 1.93 hours.
THERE WAS A HOAX CALL MADE BY MAN REGARDING A BOMB KEPT ON THE PLANE.
Yes, the word hoax is an abstract noun; a word for a deception. A hoax is an abstract concept.
a flavor enhancer makes your foods more savory (e.g. frozen foods)
It was somewhat, unfortuantley, a hoax.
There was no moon hoax. The moon landings were real.
The Hoax was released on 04/06/2007.
The Production Budget for The Hoax was $25,000,000.
The ISBN of Beyond the Hoax is 0199239207.
no its just a hoax well its not a hoax because they choose a day in a month this time its not a hoax trust me
A pendant enhancer is used to attach a pendant to a beaded necklace. The pendant enhancer is necessary when the beads are bigger than the size of the pendant loop, therefore it is not possible to attach the pendant directly to the necklace.
It is H2O -water - not strictly a hoax
It is a hoax or myth.