As the website states, “ALBION: Minerals. Science. Chelates.” But, what the hell is a “chelate?” Sounds like something delicious on a Mexican menu. Something I’d like to order and eat right now.
Anyway, I’m getting a real Venus Project vibe from Albion’s site. That sort of “science will perfect everything” sensation in my loins that makes even the most die hard luddite a little erect. Not necessarily a bad thing. I mean, buildings that have consciousness and “fix themselves” could be kinda word, right?
As an aside, isn’t it interesting how the sound of cats making babies is so similar to the sound of babies being eaten by cats? Says a lot about cats.
yoga bleaching: 1. a form of marketing in which yoga or an image of yogic lifestyle is used to make an otherwise unrelated product appear to be in line with yogic principles. 2. the act of using yoga or an image of yogic lifestyle to sell an unrelated product. 3. a form of spin or marketing intended to deceive consumers into believing that a product is related to yogic practice or theory when in fact it is not.