I had not seen this before and agree that most of it sounds like aggressive bullshit. But anyway, it's always good to have adversaries with arguments and there is one thing I like about his post and that is the image of the venous system
. What makes me think is his remark that this is supposed to be a perfectly normal venous system and that "Veins are normally tortuous with bulbous dilations. It's easy to show relative "obstructions" needing "liberation"..." If I had a scan of my head and neck veins that showed a picture like that I'd go crazy thinking I was stenosed all over. So - question to all those who know more: is that a "realistic reconstruction of the veins" ... of an MS patient, of a normal control? Good heavens!