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Free and Easy Biorhythm Calculator 2.60 for Windows

by Dmitry Konovalov

Avg. Rating 3.5 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,503
Publisher Dmitry Konovalov
Homepage Free and Easy Biorhythm Calculator

Publisher's Description

Free and easy biorhythm calculator. The program will help you to be always sure what to expect in any day of your life in order to succeed at all tasks: business, sport, exams, job interview, negotiations, dating and so on. Use this chance to be a winner of the situation. Loads of features, including: basic, secondary, i-ching rhythms, celebrities database, personal forecast with printable report, complete day info.

Latest Reviews

argybee

argybee reviewed v2.60 on May 24, 2009

This prog needs to be recategorized - the initial agreement clearly states that it is now shareware.
Apart from that it is an excellent tidy well written program.
Pity I don't believe in the BS it deals with but it's fun.
Personally I will keep an older version which was freeware.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.60 on Jun 11, 2005

This is NOT free. Has stupid nag screen & provides no info that can change squat. Tells you to register for free lifetime updates & then wants $. fu

dgg

dgg reviewed v2.40 on Mar 5, 2005

I'm giving this a 5 to balance people who are not reviewing the software but rather, the concept of biorythms

ChrisGranger

ChrisGranger reviewed v2.20 on Feb 12, 2005

The program might work as advertised but the concept of biorhythms is utter nonsense.

verraytrez

verraytrez reviewed v2.20 on Aug 4, 2004

I'm surprised people still believe it this stuff.

http://skepdic.com/biorhyth.html

"Biorhythms is not based upon the scientific study of biological organisms. The cycles of biorhythm theory did not originate in scientific study, nor have they been supported by anything resembling a scientific study. The theory has been around for over one hundred years and there has yet to be a scientific journal that has published a single article supporting the theory."

Avg. Rating 3.5 (12 votes)
Your Rating
argybee

argybee reviewed v2.60 on May 24, 2009

This prog needs to be recategorized - the initial agreement clearly states that it is now shareware.
Apart from that it is an excellent tidy well written program.
Pity I don't believe in the BS it deals with but it's fun.
Personally I will keep an older version which was freeware.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.60 on Jun 11, 2005

This is NOT free. Has stupid nag screen & provides no info that can change squat. Tells you to register for free lifetime updates & then wants $. fu

dgg

dgg reviewed v2.40 on Mar 5, 2005

I'm giving this a 5 to balance people who are not reviewing the software but rather, the concept of biorythms

ChrisGranger

ChrisGranger reviewed v2.20 on Feb 12, 2005

The program might work as advertised but the concept of biorhythms is utter nonsense.

verraytrez

verraytrez reviewed v2.20 on Aug 4, 2004

I'm surprised people still believe it this stuff.

http://skepdic.com/biorhyth.html

"Biorhythms is not based upon the scientific study of biological organisms. The cycles of biorhythm theory did not originate in scientific study, nor have they been supported by anything resembling a scientific study. The theory has been around for over one hundred years and there has yet to be a scientific journal that has published a single article supporting the theory."

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