Go to the Source

Daniel C. dcrookston at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 16:07:32 MDT 2006

Did you look at the site in question?  This is on the front page:

"Accurate information about chiropractic is not easy to get. Most
publishers, editors, and broadcasters are unwilling to examine this
topic in depth and to publish critical information. As a result, most
reports reaching the public express what chiropractors would like
people to believe. This Web site will enable you to deepen your
understanding. If you decide to seek chiropractic care, it may also
help you find a suitable practitioner."

Chiropractic practice is, by and large, not based on hard science -
unless you count the placebo effect.  Licensed medical practice is.


On 8/31/06, scott at fyrenice.com <scott at fyrenice.com> wrote:
> Dan, your point is well taken. It would be though like asking Microsoft
> about Linux if you didn't know anything about open source...Or like asking a
> born-again Christian about Mormonism. Why go wandering off to get
> information from a soured old unlicensed supposed MD who instead of trying
> to do good in the world seeks to rake the muck and look for the worst in
> those he does not understand? Go to the source. Isn't that what Linux is all
> about?
> Scott

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