9/11: Have We Overlooked the Most Effective Way to Prevent Terrorism and War?

EiMitch9/13/2011 9:28:18 pm PDT

If meditation, something that human beings have been doing for thousands of years is all it takes to prevent attacks, then why, oh why, haven’t we come close by now? Anyone can do it, yet we had to wait for this messiah?

And thats only the first red flag.

Peer review is important. But when someone keeps playing the peer review card, while making little if any reference to the evidence being peer reviewed, then its just argument from authority.

Like Charleston Chew said, what do peer reviews on studies about meditation’s health benefits have to do with national security?

Quit beating us over the head with prestige, and make your case. If you don’t know what the difference is, then you have no business talking about science.

Before I forget, whats this stuff about “personal experience”? Are you switching from crying “peer review” to your own personal anecdotes? And then you backpedal with “The scientifically validated and peer-reviewed, published data does not change based on a perceived effect or opinion”? Really?!

If you can’t be even remotely consistent, then how do you expect anyone to take you seriously?