I was very disappointed in Benjamin Radford's piece on the Miracle Muscle machine. I have always been skeptical of the claim that a four-minute workout would be all one needed to stay fit. But Radford failed to quote any outside exercise experts. He failed to quote any members of the gym who may have used the machine. Most significantly, he leaves readers hanging in the final paragraph as to why six locations of QuickGym closed down. Do the closures have anything to do with his "investigation"? Were larger economic forces at work? Did the Attorney General or the Better Business Bureau do anything that led to the closures? Alibi readers will never know because Radford is more concerned with spouting off than finding the truth.