Please don’t write about things you don’t understand as if you were an expert, your article on pressure points was written by someone of amateur status who was projecting their own inadequacies, by saying these things are impossible to do, Well maybe for you!
Thank you for insightful, informative, and constructive comments. They helped me understand your system so clearly.
In your email, you say I do not know what I am talking about in my article on pressure points. First, I do not claim to be an expert on anything; I am merely an intelligent, educated, skeptic who uses logic, reason, facts, and science to refute unsubstantiated claims. To make your assertions, you must think that you are an expert, or at least you must think you know more about the subject than I know.
When it relates to extraordinary claims, it is not the responsibility of the skeptic to prove that the claims make by every charlatan in the world are invalid, it up to the claimants to prove their claims are valid. For example, there are thousands of people in the world who claim to speak with the dead. It is not up to the rest of the world to prove each of them is a fraud; it is up to each of them to prove that they are indeed able to speak with the dead.
Your opinion is that I am an amateur whose inadequacies prevent me from performing, or even understanding, the techniques used by pressure point slappers. I assume that you think this because you think you are above amateur status in the subject, and that you think you are adequate enough to understand these techniques and possibly even successfully perform them upon non-believers. If this is the case, rather making insults, why not send me facts and rational arguments that support your contention that these techniques are possible?
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