Usually reading comments is not something recommended, but sometimes you come across something worth the effort.
In response to this, http://gizmodo.com/nasa-calls-bullshit-on-goops-120-bio-frequency-healing-1796309360 you find occasional gems. Via http://theness.com/neurologicablog/index.php/nasa-slams-goop/
Most people live in a world of magic that they do not understand. They flip a switch and the room becomes brighter. They turn a key and the car starts (making noise) and they can then make it go places. They put pre-packaged food into a box and press flat numbered places on the front and the food spins and gets hot. They walk up to a transparent wall and part of it slides out of their way… They swipe and press on places on a flat glass rectangle and get photos of cats and of their friends making funny faces… ALL of this is magic. They have no idea how any of it works, not really.
Is it any wonder that people believe in magic rocks to put into private parts? Or that this or that magic fruit will help them be healthy? Or that one type of needle wards off evil spirits (viruses) that can make them sick and another type of needle wards off evil spirits (unbalanced chi) that can make them sick? They literally have no means off separating our modern tech and science from woo. All of it is magic.
As Arthur C. Clark said, any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. We have arrived.