Quantum Vision System
Here is “Dr” William Kemp, who claims to be an optometrist in Virginia, but does not exist as far as my research can tell (no Twitter account, no LinkedIn profile, no Facebook page, no practice website, no Virginia Optometric license, etc). He has a 30min video on Facebook (click-through ad) that cannot be rewound, only paused, and is not viewable on YouTube. He claims that for $37 you can get his book which, by his own admission, is yet another iteration of the now 100 year old Bates Method. In it, he says he can “cure” “ANY” vision problem and “ALL” prescriptions in just 7 days. The video presentation is rife with typos (“lense”, and “amerture” for example), impossible claims (reading the serial number of an airliner from the ground), and absolutely hilarious reinactments. But that’s not all! He also claims his method (Bates’, really, but reclaimed by him without giving credit) can help you remember things better, have improved brain function, reduce stress and even “detect all lies”! WOW, WHO WOULDN’T WANT ALL OF THAT!? Above are a few screenshots I took while I waded through his downright hilarious video in which he blames “greedy” optometrists for purposefully and knowingly prescribing “harmful” glasses that you don’t need in order to get you “addicted” and therefore sell you glasses of ever-increasing prescription at great profit, while at the same time suppressing this cheap and readily available “cure” for “ALL” eye problems. Glasses, he says (directly quoting William H. Bates circa 1920 but not giving Dr. Bates credit), not only CAUSE refractive error but ALSO exacerbate it! Wow what a racket for those “greedy” scumbag OD’s!!!!. He, of course, is the lone “optometrist” (ahem) who has broken the silence to sell out his optometrist peers and offer you this impossibly-easy “secret” to perfect vision, all for the low, low price of $37. The only thing missing from the hilarity of the presentation is a claim that the book was written by Kim Jong Un. One of my favorite parts is when he “shows off” his knowledge of optometry and physiology of the eye by claiming that the wearing of contact lenses “damages the optic nerve” HA! What a maroon.