Second-opinion answers to Majority-opinion Questions

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by otisbrown, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. otisbrown

    otisbrown Guest

    Dear sci.med.vision friends,

    Subject: The second-opinion answers to the
    majority-opinion questions raised on sci.med.vision.

    Research on the subject of PREVENTING
    nearsightedness has a long history.

    It is clear that no one has "perfect" answers
    to all questions that can be asked about
    the natural (or fundamental) eye's
    behavior.

    Here are some of the answers for your interest:

    http://www.i-see.org/osb_qa.html

    Enjoy,

    Otis
     
    otisbrown, Aug 5, 2007
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  2. otisbrown

    Neil Brooks Guest

    X-No-Archive: Yes

    What's CLEAR is that you had no rational answers AT ALL.

    I'm glad you got your mommy (Alex) to help you.

    Did you pay him, or was your incessant weeping and continuing to look
    like a helpless idiot on a public forum sufficient to tug at his heart
    strings?

    If I care, I'll respond to Alex's inputs later. Yours weren't given,
    so ... my barrage against you doesn't end.

    Otis: STOP PUTTING THIS SHIT FORWARD IF YOU CANNOT DEFEND IT (and you
    CAN'T).

    You don't even have enough of a clue what you're TALKING about to even
    ENDEAVOR to answer the questions yourself. You had to seek out Alex
    -- far from a bastion of optometric/opthalmologic wisdom, himself --
    to save your ass.

    Alex: the fact that YOU had to come to his rescue, to me, means that
    you're just as pathetic as he is.

    Why you don't simply let him stand OR FALL on his own ignorance is
    absolutely beyond me. Enabling this demented douche bag helps nobody,
    and -- historically -- hurts people.

    Cheers.
     
    Neil Brooks, Aug 5, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    X-No-Archive

    So -- as expected -- YOU couldn't even answer direct, honest, relevant
    questions regarding the CRAP that you have put forth here, and
    elsewhere, for years.

    Since you can't answer these yourself, and ... now that you HAVE your
    supposed "expert' all lined up, why don't you get Alex working on
    these questions now, Uncle Otie?

    As a parent of a young daughter, I'm sure the extra money could only
    help him.

    ======

    OTIS??? WE'RE STILL A LITTLE SHORT ON DETAILS HERE. WOULD YOU MIND
    ADDRESSING THE QUESTIONS BELOW??

    PLEASE DON'T LEAVE US IN SUSPENSE.

    MAYBE IT'S TIME FOR A LITTLE PARABLE ... "THE PRINTER'S SON" OR "THE
    AMBULANCE ON ITS WAY TO PICK UP UNCLE OTIE," OR SOMETHING.

    WE'RE ON PINS AND NEEDLES WAITING FOR THE ANSWERS HERE.

    PLEASE??

    =====
     
    Neil Brooks, Aug 5, 2007
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  4. otisbrown

    Neil Brooks Guest

    X-No-Archive: Yes

    So -- as expected -- YOU couldn't even answer direct, honest, relevant
    questions regarding the CRAP that you have put forth here, and
    elsewhere, for years.

    Since you can't answer these yourself, and ... now that you HAVE your
    supposed "expert' all lined up, why don't you get Alex working on
    these questions now, Uncle Otie?

    As a parent of a young daughter, I'm sure the extra money could only
    help him.

    ======

    OTIS??? WE'RE STILL A LITTLE SHORT ON DETAILS HERE. WOULD YOU MIND
    ADDRESSING THE QUESTIONS BELOW??

    PLEASE DON'T LEAVE US IN SUSPENSE.

    MAYBE IT'S TIME FOR A LITTLE PARABLE ... "THE PRINTER'S SON" OR "THE
    AMBULANCE ON ITS WAY TO PICK UP UNCLE OTIE," OR SOMETHING.

    WE'RE ON PINS AND NEEDLES WAITING FOR THE ANSWERS HERE.

    PLEASE??
     
    Neil Brooks, Aug 5, 2007
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  5. otisbrown

    p.clarkii Guest

    you spend too much time looking at the history of myopia prevention
    and no time at all looking at the current status of research efforts.
    a lot has been discovered since the old texts and treatises you
    believe in. there's nothing wrong with nostalgia, but don't get it
    confused with the present.
     
    p.clarkii, Aug 6, 2007
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  6. otisbrown

    otisbrown Guest

    x-no-archive:

    Dear PClar,

    Subject: The second-opinion, and a choice

    I am certain you believe what you say.

    But as I stated, their are facts and arguments
    for PREVENTION (separated from the public's
    demand for instantly-sharp vision from you).

    If the person is interested in PREVENTION from
    a second-opinion optometrist, say like Steve Leung,
    then he should review this posting himself.

    I do agree that we are discussion PREVENTION and
    only on the threshold.

    And that does become a matter of personal judgment
    of the parent and child about these issues.

    Just my second-opinion,

    Otis
     
    otisbrown, Aug 6, 2007
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    otisbrown Guest

    otisbrown, Aug 6, 2007
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    X-No-Archive: Yes

    a/k/a "Mommy," the one to whom Otis had to crawl to have direct,
    logical, relevant questions answered ... when/because he was totally
    incapable of answering them himself.

    Why don't you start by moving ALL such conversations in which YOU are
    involved over there ... today. Others will surely follow (much as
    they have on your little myopiafree.com site).

    Run. Don't walk.

    As a final, parting shot, though, how about telling us all what
    happened with your phone call to Dave Granet. You seem to have
    tripped yourself up in ... er ... um ... a (par for the course) web of
    lies there.

    Thanks.
     
    Neil Brooks, Aug 6, 2007
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