JCB wrote:I know I said I would be happy if the progression just stopped, but I want it all back.
esta wrote:I want it all because I've had this glorious taste of everything disappearing.
ikulo wrote:Im curious whether most of us here have been treated.... is that why its so quiet here?
EJC wrote:We're now in that "difficult second album" stage. CCSVI has helped a lot of people, there's clearly someting to it. Even the most ardent trolls (Colin Rose excluded) have given up as the overwhelming stack of evidence was making their posts look increasingly absurd.
Lyon wrote:EJC wrote:We're now in that "difficult second album" stage. CCSVI has helped a lot of people, there's clearly someting to it. Even the most ardent trolls (Colin Rose excluded) have given up as the overwhelming stack of evidence was making their posts look increasingly absurd.
As one of the number of "most ardent trolls" it should be pointed out that we quit posting upon realizing that our participation was doing more to prop up an unsupported theory than those who seek to support it.
Yes it became pretty quiet in the CCSVI threads once the critics came to the conclusion that enough time has passed without anything resembling substance that CCSVI no longer seems worth discussion.
If a well run study produces something interesting down the road I'm sure I'll be allowed to become interested but attributing the noticed dead silence to the critics having given up in the face of the "overwhelming stack of evidence" is either the product of delusion or a little of that evidence needs to be produced so that the rest of us can view it.
I agree. Although it is good for us laymen to educate ourselves keep up with research and form our own opinions change or confirmation is going to come from research and researchers.cheerleader wrote:This is a lay persons' webpage. The real action is now at the research level,
Now that's a little hard to believe because I'm not aware of any situation in all of history where research "just took off" without supporting evidence and continued to advance driven only by anecdotal evidence and great dollops of wishful thinking.cheerleader wrote:Far from being "over"--this research is really just taking off, as independent neurologists and researchers begin to look at the evidence.
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