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#85851 - 07/06/04 03:00 PM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
DoDDy Offline
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Registered: 06/12/04
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Hmm, you were so taking the peesh

double post woop

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#85852 - 07/06/04 05:48 PM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
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i can assure you it is real because i meet the guy who can do it once. I will see if i can get him to go on line and post how to do it because those inctructions are very brief.( he is one of those guys that doesn't like computers)

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#85853 - 07/06/04 11:07 PM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
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I don't buy it for one second.

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#85854 - 07/07/04 12:43 AM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
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Why is it so important to you that people prove to you the existance of ki/qi/chi?? Quite frankly if you do not care to believe in such a thing, then keep it to yourself. it's kind of insane to expect someone to go out of their way to prove something that you quite frankly are biased against. Why anyone would believe they have something to prove to you is beyond me....

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#85855 - 07/07/04 01:06 AM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
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Oh I definatly believe in it. Its just that so many people are all wahh i can go super saiyan etc. and erm, yeah, lots of negative stuff on this forum as well as decent MA related stuff.

Like I would so like to believe that picture is real, or if its even possible for us unenlightened human beings to do such things. I would kill to learn that stuff. But yeah erm. Its all fun and games.

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#85856 - 07/07/04 02:03 AM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by NwZ:
Why is it so important to you that people prove to you the existance of ki/qi/chi?? Quite frankly if you do not care to believe in such a thing, then keep it to yourself. it's kind of insane to expect someone to go out of their way to prove something that you quite frankly are biased against. Why anyone would believe they have something to prove to you is beyond me....[/QUOTE]

Extraordinary claim require extraordinary proof. The fact is most of the people here are not biases against the reality of chi at all. If you have any REAL knowledge of IMAs you will understand why people are so hard on the guys who come in here and claim they can either do or have seen someone do chi blasts or make glowing balls form nothing between there palms. This forum is for SERIOUS discussions about energy arts from any origin, not making your hands glow or levitation. If new people to the forum would take the time to read a few of the previous threads or at least do a forum search of ki/chi balls, blasts, levitation ect.. people here wouldn't be so hard on them for posting some of the things they do. You get tired of the same question over and over. Most here understand the majority of the people who believe in the "extreme chi" side of the house are usually in there teens. Nothing bad on being young but as you get older you begin to understand the principles of the arts, what ever art it may be, and will understand that these things aren't possible. I fully believe in chi , in some sense, and that there are many uses for healing and such. I don't believe anyone is going to break bricks, knock people down from across the room, move things or make ANYTHING glow with it.

Why do some of us ask people with these claims to prove it? Because we know it's a case of one of two things.

1. They have been conned by someone and in trying to prove it to us they may see the truth in the con.

2. They are lying.

Have a nice day.

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#85857 - 07/07/04 08:50 AM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by laf7773:
Extraordinary claim require extraordinary proof. The fact is most of the people here are not biases against the reality of chi at all. If you have any REAL knowledge of IMAs you will understand why people are so hard on the guys who come in here and claim they can either do or have seen someone do chi blasts or make glowing balls form nothing between there palms. This forum is for SERIOUS discussions about energy arts from any origin, not making your hands glow or levitation. If new people to the forum would take the time to read a few of the previous threads or at least do a forum search of ki/chi balls, blasts, levitation ect.. people here wouldn't be so hard on them for posting some of the things they do. You get tired of the same question over and over. Most here understand the majority of the people who believe in the "extreme chi" side of the house are usually in there teens. Nothing bad on being young but as you get older you begin to understand the principles of the arts, what ever art it may be, and will understand that these things aren't possible. I fully believe in chi , in some sense, and that there are many uses for healing and such. I don't believe anyone is going to break bricks, knock people down from across the room, move things or make ANYTHING glow with it.

Why do some of us ask people with these claims to prove it? Because we know it's a case of one of two things.

1. They have been conned by someone and in trying to prove it to us they may see the truth in the con.

2. They are lying.

Have a nice day.

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#85858 - 07/07/04 08:55 AM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
Anonymous
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by BigB:
here is your proof i didn't make the ball but i can assure the first picture at the top is real.
http://www.crystalinks.com/day5plasmaball.html
[/QUOTE]

you obviously do not know what plasma is... plasma is the 4th discovered form of matter (solid, liquid, gas plasma, bose-einstein condensate, fermionic condensate) it is not consisted of atoms or molecules but they have been in a way ripped apart so it is only electrons and neutrons floating around etc.... for some examples the sun is a big ball of plasma, fire is plasma, and the stuff inside flourescent lighting is plasma (throw one to the ground and watch/listen to the effects... very nice

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#85859 - 07/07/04 08:59 AM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
Anonymous
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another thing... chi is understood by non-sceptic scientists to be bioelectricity... which means it does not have a matter form, but it is a force, which would definitly not make it a form of plasma, being it a form of matter

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#85860 - 07/07/04 11:41 AM Re: Have you ever done a ki ball? Or maybe a jing?
DoDDy Offline
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Registered: 06/12/04
Posts: 38
Just tell me how to destroy entire cities with a single shot of my all powerfull Doddying Blast

damn cant believe i had to edit that for spelling mistakes

[This message has been edited by DoDDy (edited 07-07-2004).]

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