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    The whole problem with this is that observation did NOT lead to a scientific process, but the scientific methodology was used to try and confirm the importance of observations--not their plausibility. Thus circular reasoning entered into gameplay more TrPs were observed, which led to pain perception manipulation/needling or spraying had an effect on them; thus validating the notion is responsible for any type
    Travell fell woefully short of her actual explorations

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    • marcel
      marcel commented
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      why are you copying a comment of someone else without mentioning that ? this is not your comment it's from someone else (and from 2015) !

      Originally posted by Bas Asselbergs View Post
      The whole problem with this, is that an observation did NOT lead to a scientific process, but scientific methodology was used to try and confirm the importance of the observation - NOT the plausibility of it.

      Thus circular reasoning entered the game.

      More and more TrPs were observed, and their manipulation/needling/spraying had an effect on the pain perception, thereby validating the notion that they were responsible for pain.

      Travell fell woefully short in her actual scientific explorations......
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