OK, I'm not going to tout the wonders of a magnetic bracelet. Rather, this is a survey on scientific evaluation and what you consider is valid evidence. It could apply to lots of things. I just happened to see one of those commercials where you can get your joint pains to go away for $19.95 and it got me thinking (I guess it was a slow night). I am interested in how you would approach this, that is, if you had any interest at all. Do you: 1. Immediately dismiss it as pseudoscience and a scam. 2. Find studies that confirm your suspicion that is a pseudoscience and a scam. 3. Objectively look at the studies to see what was discovered. 4. Question people who have used it or try it yourself. What do you think of people (Arnold Palmer is evidently one of them) who use it and claim that it actually works?