Genetic myopia is not true, scientists declare BATES was right!

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Rishi Giovanni Gatti, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. A new study from Australia shows that the theory about genetic myopia
    does not stand the force of the facts.

    Now these idiot-scientists claim that it is excessive reading,
    studying and computer watching and TV that causes short-sightedness.

    These idiots do not understand that UNTIL the eye focuses on such
    matters, IT IS NOT MYOPIC.

    It is when the eye looks in the distance that DOES BECOME MYOPIC.

    So the problem is with the distance not with the near-sightedness.

    Namely, Dr. Bates gives the solution to this problem.

    The solution is to treat patients as to let them learn again how to
    focus properly in the distance after having being focused on the near

    When the idiot-scientist will understand this, we will have done a
    great jump to the understanding of perfect sight.

    By and by, as the time passes, the great discoveries of Dr. Bates are

    This is because myself and my own friends and collegues have had the
    guts to republish his works, discarding with ease all the
    intimidations from the idiotnesses we find here, who talk about police
    repression and other things like that, showing a fascist attitude that
    we thought was destroied long ago by the Allies, sixty years ago.

    webpage and make a donation to let us
    continue to spread the new gospel of perfect sight without glasses!!!
    Rishi Giovanni Gatti, Jul 12, 2004
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