11/02/2004 11:43am, #51
Actually, air is made up of several elements, nitrogen being the most prevalent, with oxygen and carbon dioxide as the next two ingredients."Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
11/02/2004 11:45am, #52
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11/02/2004 11:48am, #53
It follows the principles of qi. It is why you breathe in the manner you do, motion and attraction are the two primary attributes of qi. Breathing is a manifestation of the same principle in the physical world's octave of vibration.
11/02/2004 11:50am, #54
So there's no qi in a vacuum?
11/02/2004 11:51am, #55
I don't know. A vacuum is probably another manifestation of the same vibrational priciples. I don't know much about vacuums. A vucuum seems to follow the law of attraction.
11/02/2004 11:54am, #56
So fish don't have qi?
11/02/2004 11:57am, #57
I think SH likes his vibrator a little too much."Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire.
11/02/2004 11:58am, #58
WHy wouldn't fish have qi? Of course they do, or else they'd be dead. But they just follow a slightly different variation of it's pricinples I guess. They swim through the water like a wave, following the qi Law of Rythm.
11/02/2004 12:02pm, #59
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Serious Harm: learn some physics and biology before posting one more word. Maybe even some cognitive science/neuroscience and some philosophy. That is if you are serious about the subject. If you just want to believe in magic then go and join ki warrior.
PS. Chiropractic care is not nonsense. When I have a pinched nerve or some sporting injury I just take 1 visit to the chiropractor and I'm fine. Their degree takes longer than a physiotherapist and shares many of the same units.
11/02/2004 12:07pm, #60Originally Posted by serious harm