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Liberty Belt

Mechanical biofeedback belt
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This belt has a buckle that has one of those low sounding Chinese meditation balls on it with a bell with a high degree of sensitivity. This way when your center of intention moves you are outed and thus become more aware of your body language and thus freer, thus liberty belt.
JesusHChrist, Mar 05 2015

Similar Biofeedback belt providing a sense of Direction. http://archive.wire...hive/15.04/esp.html
Wearer is always cognizant of which way is North. [AusCan531, Mar 06 2015]

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       For added pseudoscience, a "polygraph vest" (with LCD display) could be worn.
Spacecoyote, Mar 06 2015
  

       Sounds like balls. [+]
pertinax, Mar 06 2015
  

       "Is that a liberty belt you're wearing, or are you just pleased to see me? "
8th of 7, Mar 06 2015
  

       Not in a public place, no.
8th of 7, Mar 07 2015
  

       I was hoping this would be the opposite of a chastity belt, for libertines.
bungston, Mar 07 2015
  

       What the fuck is a center of intention? And how does my belt buckle know when it moves? And would the bell not be activated simply by movement?
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 07 2015
  

       You swore, hence your center of intention just shifted...ding dong, ding dong.
blissmiss, Mar 07 2015
  

       Yes, I've decided to try profanity for a while, at least until my career improves. Apparently, it's fucking awesome (profanity, that is).
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 07 2015
  
      
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