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    Well done 'scientific'* forum!

    Thank you for pushing discussion towards safe area, ridiculing and closing such a dangerous thread of mine. I'm sure your supervisors are proud of you.

    For anyone not familiar with manipulation techniques used on this forum (and plenty others), please google: Tavistock Institute -> Agenda 21 -> Common Purpose.

    Tavistock Institute through Common Purpose has been planting their people in big companies, non-goverment organizations, freedom movements all over the world for long time, as well as hiring thousands of agents spreading disinformation on internet (blogs, forums etc.) and using NLP on unsuspecting public/employees to achieve their goals.


    * - applies only to the bad part of this forum. After all, not everyone is a sell-out.


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    xolox, the thread was closed for your protection. No one here is medically qualified to offer you advice on your condition and anyone who was would not conduct a consultation on a public internet forum.

    Your thread was not ridiculed. Several individuals gave you thoughtful and concerned advice. You chose to a) ignore this advice and b) take exception to some of it.

    Now you return here with ridiculous assertions. In combination with your purported illness all I can do is to repeat my recommendation that you see a doctor.


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    Xolox
    may i suggest that you check out dr. mercola's site
    he posted studies about electromagnetic sensitivity
    some people have isolated their sleeping quarters from all electrical fields
    much as sharks can sence the electromagnetic fields of prey, so can we sense electromagnetic fields
    and some of us are far more sensitive than others
    ....
    as with all things, some of us will be hypersensitive to things than others of us don't even notice
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    This is a science forum. Dr Mercola is a purveyor of dangerous misinformation about health and medicine.

    Below is an extract from one paragraph of this posting, Joe Mercola: Proof positive that quackery sells – Respectful Insolence

    Based on what I know about Mercola, that sounds about right. One little section of his empire devoted to actual patient care, the rest all devoted to marketing and fulfilling online orders. That’s very telling and entirely consistent with Mercola’s behavior. He might have been a real doctor at one time, but in 2012 he exists only to enrich himself by selling a mixture of the unremarkable, the unproven, and what I consider to be quackery.
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    I never said to bow down and worship at mercola's feet.

    However, his online presence does allow for some non-mainstrem studies/theories/practices to be voiced.
    One such had to do with electromagnetic sensitivity
    ergo my recomendation

    find the article
    look at the references
    and just maybe that will be a fruitfull path to follow in quest of knowledge in this field

    or not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptor View Post
    I never said to bow down and worship at mercola's feet.

    However, his online presence does allow for some non-mainstrem studies/theories/practices to be voiced.
    One such had to do with electromagnetic sensitivity
    ergo my recomendation

    find the article
    look at the references
    and just maybe that will be a fruitfull path to follow in quest of knowledge in this field

    or not?
    There is a reason his ideas are NOT mainstream, its because they are not medically sound.
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    Nor do I claim them to be
    and
    I ain't never sent him one single dime
    and
    I once watched a segment wherein the pesticide round up was discussed, and from which I came away researching the true culprit(for frog deaths) which is the surfactant that round-up uses------------
    I use the site and the emails only as disconnected objective research tools
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    only suggest that the materials contained therein be used as such.

    Hell man, I found out about the bulging beauford gyer from a surfing side
    I ain't to particular where I find more about the subject in which I am currently interested.

    (but, that's just me)
    take what I post the same way
    use it as a tool for further research, or just ignore it
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    But how are the folks, like xolox supposed to sift through the masses of crackpottery there to find the few useful nuggets of possible good information?
    adelady and sculptor like this.
    If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. -Thorin Oakenshield

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    therein lies a problem

    which I had not assumed
    (I have stated that I ain't too bright)

    while a student, I remember going to "the stacks" and reading 20-30 abstracts before finding one which addressed the particular point I was researching.

    Knowing that most of what I was about to read would prove irrelevant, became a common event, but the rewards of finding that rare current nugget of knowledge, made the effort well worthwhile.
    Nothing quite like tuning up a professor with the state of the art in his/her field to get the sharing knowledge ball rolling.

    But that's just me, and it took 3 universities (and a small amount of wisdom) before I discovered the approach to getting an education that ensued.
    research was my delight
    .....................
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    in here?
    I seriously doubt that, and so should you
    I've voiced some contrarian viewpoints in her, and even tended to be a tad crude on occasion, and never found any serious negativity on the part of anyone involved here.
    This is a rare place, of the freedom of scientific inquiry, which you should relax and enjoy.
    As do I
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