But if you do enough objective research I think you will find the evidence is not particularly convincing on either side. There seems to be an attitude amongst many people that anything that is synthetic is inherently evil because it is synthetic, and reflexively, anything natural is inherently good.
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Poison ivy is natural. So are bee and black widow and scorpion stings. So are volcanoes and tsunamis. So is cholera and the Black Death. And we have to be wary of anecdotal evidence. It may be true, but it needs to looked at objectively. However, I agree with Sifu Anthony that a lot of what we study will eventually be verified by science. Unless you can prove otherwise. Regarding aspartame, you can read this article here by Chris Kresser. My wife has her own TCM-based diagnostics to test aspartame. I have years of experience watching them work.
All I can say is that you might change your mind if you worked in a clinic year after year and saw what my wife and I have. In other words, we are not simply sitting at a keyboard offering health theories on the internet. We are in the trenches, working with real people with real health problems and seeing real results. You can only measure what you look for.
Assuming that the science regarding 3G has been good, what if they are measuring the wrong things?
And with something like 3G, what if the harm takes 10 years to manifest? How do you study that? This is where long-term studies come into play. Jeff, I should also mention that the issue of artificial sweeteners is widely discussed in the Paleo community. These are not people who blindly accept woo woo. I am familiar with the Paleo community. The quality of their info varies, just as it does amongst an other group.
Hi Jeff. I assure that Reverse Ejaculation is a very real practice and one I have been doing for more than 35 years. Western philosophers are certainly not exempt from these extremely questionable and anachronistic conceptual trajectories — as your complete ignorance of advanced male sexual praxis clearly evinces.
Hi Watson. I do, however, agree that Westerners have some major blockages regarding sex and sexuality. However, in the Chinese process the extremely important Indian techniques for psychospiritual development were lost. Consequently, one must look beyond the Chinese limitations to the physical and metaphysical Yogas and associated Pranayamas of India.
The most important of these for this discussion is Kundalini Tantra. Raising Kundalini is not limited to the sexual acts of couples. Indeed, it is through the non-sexual activities that Raising Kundalini is most readily accessed and activated. It also equally accessible through sitting meditation. Kundalini Rising is a very real psychophysiological experience that is unmistakable. Anyone that says different has never felt it! Could you mistake a sensation as raw and powerful as being hit, with full force by a giant, in the testicles with a baseball bat?
That is very interesting. My qigong teachers have always advised abstinence, but never mentioned reverse ejaculation. Perhaps you can give more information or specific techniques about this? Hi Sifu.
Did you read the Kresser article? A later study suggested a link between aspartame consumption and brain tumors. The authors based this hypothesis on the fact that both brain cancer and aspartame consumption had increased since — despite not knowing whether the people getting brain tumors actually consumed artificial sweeteners — and on a rat study where aspartame supplemented diets led to the formation of brain tumors.
Artificial sweeteners have also been implicated in the development of lymphoma and leukemia, and one observational study found a weak link between artificial sweetener consumption and development of non-Hodgkin lymphoma and multiple myeloma in men, but not in women. It was an exaggeration to make a point. I majored in philosophy.
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I know what a straw man argument is. Yes I read the Kresser article. I linked it here specifically because I thought you would benefit from it. Specifically, I think he does a good job being impartial and also presenting a scientific-based analysis. Dismissing Kresser simply because he was on Dr. Oz is unfair. Argue the issue, not the man. If given the chance, I would go on Dr.
Oz to spread awareness of qigong.
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Oz would help me fulfill my mission. Perhaps it was not fully straw man, but by the end, it was pretty close to a passive aggressive ad hominem, yes?
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I do not need diet sodas whatsoever, so avoiding them is easy. I mention this because the same is not typically true of traditional Asian teachers, which many people here probably have some experience with. I am not dismissing Kresser because he was on Dr. In fact I am not dismissing him at all. However, the Dr. Oz show has a terrible reputation in the medical and scientific community for pushing bogus claims and pseudoscience. If you went on Dr. I personally would not go on that show to promote anything, but that is your choice. It is not a straw man argument. I hope you see that that is not my intention.
I know that communication is difficult, and often takes several attempts for the message sent to be the same as the message received, especially online. The fact is that the message I received had an ad hominem feel to it, and I can explain why. On this point, we agree. However, the opposite is also true. If you are going to state that cell phones are safe, then the onus is on you to back it up with facts.st-bernhard-wol.de/modules/2020-01-24/1364-iphone-sms.php
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Meanwhile, I have my own evidence that cell phones are unsafe enough to err on the side of caution, as well as the PubMed article I linked. As for Dr. My point was that Kresser has a good reputation, both in the acupuncture community and the larger functional medicine community, regardless of his association with Dr.
Oz or anyone else. It was a flippant remark, and if you or anyone else took it as anything else, then I apologize. Apart from that, I think we are in general agreement, and you are right, it is sometimes difficult to make oneself clearly understood in an online forum such as this. No worries, Jeff. And it was kind of you to apologize. People who understand philosophy and logic are sorely needed. The world needs more critical thinking, not less! Regarding the picture that you had in your mind, I would encourage you to analyze it.
And in that case, the real question is why are you having a discussion if you truly think that the people are paranoid?
We all need to be mindful of our choice of words. As girl I want to know if it is the same for women? How much is too much and how little is too little orgasm?
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