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  • DavidDavid on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaI hadn't thought about the similarity with treating vision with glasses, but that's a good point. It's inconvenient to think that these things change or fluctuate over time.
  • DavidDavid on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaI guess once they've got the textbooks published, that's it, no opposing ideas are welcome!
  • AvatarRafi Shaykhzada on Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your VisionNot full streng glasses. Its better if the left and right eye are -0.25 D weaker. You can order this online Zenni optical
  • AvatarDarrel on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaI'd like to point out as well that when Sheldrake views the 'laws' of nature not as immutable laws at all but habits, he offers evidence that this may be so. For example the speed of light, records showed, seem...
  • AvatarRoman on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaYes, science was, as you say, supposed to be about a never-ending process of inquiry. But the foundation and framework for that process was very limited (often very outspokenly so) from the very beginning, with the express purpose of 'understanding'...
  • DavidDavid on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaSounds on topic to me! But any random comments are welcome too. The blind spots analogy sounds good. Science was supposed to be about a never-ending process of inquiry. Now the scientific fields are more like different sects of a...
  • AvatarRoman on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaBlind spots ... ... is a term I use a lot these days when trying to come to terms with many of the established narratives floating about. Western-scientific dogma is just one (but a very good) example here. The way...
  • AvatarMajed on Ditch the Dogma About Myopiathen you sufer from what you warn, how hypocritical!
  • DavidDavid on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaI don't know if you're being facetious, but I've heard some Flat Earth arguments, and it's not very convincing to me.
  • DavidDavid on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaThanks for the feedback!
  • DavidDavid on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaThanks for sharing! I have found myself listening to interviews of authors instead of reading their books. They often boil down their most important points in a long interview, and I can listen to it while driving or lying down...
  • AvatarRon on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaThis post is right on target. Our thoughts are our reality and we have the power to create all and anything we desire. I have read Fingerprints of the Gods, along with several of his other works. Good books that...
  • AvatarmMajed on Ditch the Dogma About Myopiawell if you think that way then you would happily watch the impossiball documentary!
  • AvatarSylvia on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaWhat a great post! Thanks, David!
  • DavidDavid on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaThe "soulless machines" view seems so blind to me. The volume of problem-solving that the body has to do on a minute-by-minute basis dealing with stressors and unexpected issues every day isn't possible without an intelligence at work figuring out...
  • AvatarDarrel on Ditch the Dogma About MyopiaWow, what a post! I don't know where to begin to reply! I like Sheldrake, his view on reality is holistic and not materialistic and he views the universe as having memory and thinks that stars, crystals etc form easily...
  • DavidDavid on Alternative Treatment for Retinal DetachmentHI Jah, Personally I don't know the answer to most of your questions. That's medical procedure stuff that I don't know anything about. I know more about basic issues like myopia and astigmatism. Pretty much everything I've gathered on retinal...
  • AvatarJah on Alternative Treatment for Retinal DetachmentMy biggest concern is surviving the face down position which i already failed at once. All suggestions welcome.
  • AvatarJah on Alternative Treatment for Retinal DetachmentHello all Edit and repost with questions and useful information. Please pardon spelling, grammar, errors, or missinformation. I had the gas bubble and then heavy oil with third surgery scheduled with buckle and light oil. Doc blames me for not...
  • AvatarSvp on Palming – Simple Instructions, and a FAQkindly share those exercises for keeping active