more new ccsvi speculation

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more new ccsvi speculation

Postby Billmeik » Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:03 am

http://uprightdoctor.wordpress.com/


Most scientists refuse to sepceculat but this blog from a chiro has no problem. There are 2 new things up since last talked about. Both to do with ccsvi.

I wonder what his thoughts on man as an upright species do to animal studies?
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Re: more new ccsvi speculation

Postby frodo » Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:27 am

Billmeik wrote:http://uprightdoctor.wordpress.com/


Most scientists refuse to sepceculat but this blog from a chiro has no problem. There are 2 new things up since last talked about. Both to do with ccsvi.

I wonder what his thoughts on man as an upright species do to animal studies?


Wow. It is clear that this man knows what he is talking about. It seems that he has been several years in the right track. Maybe since the beginning of his studies or since Schelling. You cannot make such a conclusion in some months.

About the animal studies, it is clear that humans are quite special in our way of walking respect the rest of the mammals. I would say that just this condition invalidates any possible research about jugular blood flow in animals. And in fact, do we really need them?
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