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Old 25-01-2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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Hi members of SomaSimple,
As you all know by now, from following the "Yes you can" thread, something unpleasant (in many ways) happened to Bernard, in France. Behind the scenes, English-speaking moderators have plans to launch a new Facebook page for this appeal.
Below is the text we have written.

We would like to add signatories from the general membership. If you agree with the proposal, want to endorse it, want to personally stand for the conceptual evolution of manual therapy away from its current weighed-down-by-mesodermalist-clutter state, please say so. Add a post to this thread with your name correctly spelled, and it will be added to the list of names of those who endorse this message. For posterity. Remember, this is going onto Facebook, and will be permanent there.

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Patrons and guardians of scientific reasoning and free expression, UNITE!!

Six years ago In 2005, Bernard Delalande, founder and administrator of SomaSimple, criticized a method (which shall have to remain unnamed) for what he felt was its less than scientifically credible underpinnings. Those who make a living from promoting the method sued him. The matter finally resolved and Bernard now faces costs of 10,000 Euro. This is just another example of the recent increase in libel suits, such as that faced by Simon Singh in the UK who was sued by a Chiropractic group.

The issue is financial now, and this is an appeal: Bernard has been the primary supporter of SomaSimple, but now he needs financial help. We ask anyone who supports the right of manual and physical therapists to develop our critical faculties, to contribute to SomaSimple’s upkeep this year. We hope this will not result in the closure of SomaSimple, which would be dire for our small but growing movement of freethinkers and skeptics in the manual and physical therapy community.

SomaSimple is one of the top internet forum sites for physical medicine, physical therapy, manual therapy, massage, yoga, and strength and conditioning professionals. At SomaSimple, practitioners discuss all aspects of their work but particularly its foundational basis and scientific underpinnings. Since its inception in 2004, SomaSimple has grown steadily to over 7000 members and has acquired a reputation as one of the most skeptical and science-based forums in physical and manual therapy. With around 30 distinct topic forums and dozens of subforums, there is something there for everyone, in several languages and many countries. In the English-speaking world alone, top blogs and sites have mentioned SomaSimple in their entries or prominently in their comments, including Body In Mind, Evidence in Motion, PT ThinkTank, and Science-based Medicine.

Through the years, SomaSimple has gained a reputation for critical thinking, high level debate, and strict adherence to scientific reasoning. No technique or approach is spared from detailed questioning - and in the area of physical medicine, there is plenty of material to examine! In the interest of free and objective speech, SomaSimple has accepted no advertising and it remains funded completely by donations.

Most participants are drawn to the novelty of a skeptical forum about manual therapy, and feel that fierce conversations about what it is we do, what it means, and how it fits into the existing science are long overdue. Over the years, SomaSimple became the occasional target for a few who would have preferred to remain unchallenged. Many times their favored approach did not perform so well when examined closely and challenged on scientific grounds. Those teaching seminars and running continuing education empires especially had a financial interest in not seeing their approach examined so closely. Several regular participants in fact have been previously threatened with legal action over their professional criticism of unscientific methods.

We think everyone who believes in free expression, scientific reasoning, and the importance of close examination of all medical claims has an interest in seeing SomaSimple continue. Please donate what you can to SomaSimple and fight for science, skepticism and freedom of speech. Thank you.
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HERE IS THE DONATE LINK!
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Old 25-01-2012, 05:57 PM   #2
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