“Zamboni’s theory seems sound to me”

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Postby Lyon » Tue Sep 21, 2010 2:45 pm

Cece wrote:
HappyPoet wrote:Lyon, [edited out], someone who treats Dr. Sclafani just as disrespectfully as you do.

HappyPoet is in the right here. Dr. Sclafani is doing more for people with CCSVI than any of us here. He has more than earned our respect.
Not surprisingly, neither you or HappyPoet are right. Although I don't and needn't worship Dr Sclafani as some here seem to, I defy you two to provide an instance in which I've treated him improperly.

Considering your inability to produce, don't involve Dr Sclafani and I in the middle of your games again in the attempt to pit us against each other.
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Postby Cece » Tue Sep 21, 2010 2:53 pm

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Postby 1eye » Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:08 pm

I'm sorry. I am a big fan of Occam's razor, and I am coming to the conclusion if it were used, quite a few of the words I have read here recently (probably some of the ones I have posted, too) would not survive.

The simple explanation? Well, I could never have imagined *some* of the folks around here. Not in my wildest. Some of the weird explanations I have seen for auto-immunity and 'MS' causing CCSVI are not on. Most of what I have seen re 'MS': same story.

So.

I did not imagine any of this stuff. It is as long as the day is real. There is no MS. There is no auto-immunity. This thread, unfortunately does exist, though it should not. Just one of those things, I guess.

P.S. If you want to get rid of run-ons, searching for the sequence ", and" helps.

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Postby scorpion » Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:23 pm

Lets face it. The real problem continues to be that a few of us on thisisms are skeptical(in my case very while others not so much) of CCSVI and anytime we post something it for some reason infuriates people. I am not sure why but from the beginning it seems the perception on the Thisisms was that the CCSVI forum was only to be used by people who accepted the CCSVI hypothesis. I thought thisisms was a place where we challenged each others perceptions and beliefs so that we could learn from each other but I am not sure that is so anymore. Cece you see Dr. Scalfani as an asset to this board while I wonder why a doctor spends so much time talking to bloggers on an internet site. Do I know what his motivation is? Absolutely not but I have as much right to express what I feel as you do about the good doctor. When someone comes on here and states something as fact I have as much right to question their statement as you do mine. For example Embry posted on here recently and made an accusation about some German neurologist and I asked him for proof to back up his claims(which I never got by the way). Questioning someone is not being disrespectful it simply is a way to try and get to the truth. Ok tough day at work and a glass of wine is calling my name. 8)
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Postby 1eye » Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:33 pm

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L wrote: The stomach ulcer/bacteria/nobel prize analogy worked for me though.

Antibiotics are certainly a double-edged sword, as are run-on sentences.


Antibiotics would not have so much of an edge if they were not:

1. Overprescribed in humans.
2. Given to animals humans eat.
3. Given to animals of which humans drink the milk.
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Postby 1eye » Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:39 pm

scorpion wrote:Lets face it.


You go ahead. I'll catch up.
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Postby concerned » Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:42 pm

1eye wrote:
concerned wrote:
L wrote: The stomach ulcer/bacteria/nobel prize analogy worked for me though.

Antibiotics are certainly a double-edged sword, as are run-on sentences.


Antibiotics would not have so much of an edge if they were not:

1. Overprescribed in humans.
2. Given to animals humans eat.
3. Given to animals of which humans drink the milk.


I agree, but 25% of people over 60 or something have the ulcer bacteria (although not all of them get ulcers) and I was just saying that although it's great that ulcers were found to be bacterial in origin, anti-biotic treatment isn't such a desirable option for ulcers.

Also, I like run-on sentences. Sentence fragments too.
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Postby scorpion » Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:42 pm

1eye wrote:
scorpion wrote:Lets face it.


You go ahead. I'll catch up.

Whatever you catch up must come down. I will be there waiting with open arms. 8O
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Postby jimmylegs » Tue Sep 21, 2010 4:39 pm

this topic seems to have run its course and then veered off into the usual routine.

please advise by PM if you would like to comment on the original subject:
“Zamboni’s theory seems sound to me”
Dr. Sclafani says experimental MS treatment based on thorough research
read more
http://www.corrieretandem.com/viewstory ... ryid=10506


if there is sufficient interest in discussing the article as opposed to skeptics vs not, user identities, etc, then i will consider opening this topic back up again.
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