concerned wrote:dialed_in wrote:From this page:concerned wrote:Well, I don't work, so whatever... I do take care of my mother, who has MS... IF I'm supposed to be paid by big pharma for this, show me the money.
So anyone can make any calim they want and call it science, and nobody has a right to question it? There is nothing in those studies which points to any kind of proof...
From page 1:concerned wrote:Also, I'm not a scientist or neurologist or vascular doc so reading those studies means literally nothing to me. Seeing a consensus built in the relevant fields would. But in the mean time, I think it's time to stop the groupthink, hyperbole, fuzzy analogies, character assassinations, etc....
So which is it? You obviously won't even read the material, but you'll run around here posting that there is no proof. Not to mention at the same time you are trying to tell Cheerleader (someone that HAS done the reading) how to conduct herself. Who should take responsibility for how you conduct yourself? Colin Rose maybe?
So these studies have generated a consensus in their relevant fields? I said that would point towards "proof" to me and I don't see that. Where is the contradiction in what I said?
I figured it would be fairly easy to see, I guess I overestimated you.
Let me explain. In the first quote, you said there is no truth to the studies. In the second, you admitted to being too ignorant to even understand what the studies were about.
What else do you need help with?