Many people suffer, perhaps those pushing the golden years, from pain while strolling through town or a walk around the block. The solution is in the purchase of the MagnaSoles, as the article claims. Not only are they affordable but according to the pseudoscientist, DR. Arthur Bluni, who invented them, “Its patented Magna-Grid design actually soothes while it heals.” If a specialist makes such claims, than an average person who doesn’t necessarily understand what he means might as well take his word for it. Also, the odd of a reader being familiar with the concepts of reflexology and terranometry are scarce. Knowing scarcely anything about these medical fields, the reader would assume that the quotations are accurate. Why would authorial figures, such as doctors, lie?