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Old 05-19-2012, 05:15 PM
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im not sure, my eyesight has become sightly worse over the night but its still good

actually we do have a muscle in the brain:

"The fornix is an arching bundle of white muscle fibres located just below the corpus callosum within the brain. Its rear portion is attached to the corpus callosum, but in the front, it is attached to it by the septum pellucidum. The fornix features two symmetrical halves, one of which extends slightly into each of the hemispheres of the brain. These parts are connected in the middle (at the body of the fornix) but separate in the front and back to form the anterior pillars and posterior pillars, respectively. The body of the fornix is a flattened triangular shape, which is slightly narrower in the front than in the rear."

also i suppose the reason they dont teach this is the same reason they dont teach what fluorine, a calcificant is for

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also ive been all night overdoing the exercise to make sure theres no risk

i just taught my sister the exrecise without interpretations, she can tell its effective since she ahs seen the improvement on me

so she is on it, you can too lean to tense the fornix of the brain seems pretty safe after not having got damage myself doing it in excess, anyway dont over do it a slight tension is plenty enough

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Old 05-19-2012, 11:34 PM
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The fornix is a bundle of nerve fibers, NOT muscle. It is not possible to "flex" the fornix. It simply allows different areas of the brain to send electrochemicals back and forth.

The "muscle" you have posted about DOES NOT EXIST. Therefore you have not "decalcified" anything.

Additionally, millions of people worldwide have never had a drop of fluoridated water and they still have bad eyesight.

I have been drinking well water for years and years now and my eyesight has not improved nor do I feel, "decalcified", in any way, shape, or form.


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Old 05-20-2012, 12:20 AM
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I think you have some terminology confused here raaaaaaaaid, me old mate.

The muscles of your eyes which control convergence, similar to the convergence of the guns on your aeroplane, are linked via the autonomous nervous system to the ciliary muscle which controls the 'accommodation' properties of the lens of the eye.

Consequently, when you look with both eyes at the end of your nose, your eyes turn in, but at the same time, your ciliary muscle fattens the lens of your eye thus decreasing it's 'focal length' in order to attempt to be able to focus the image.

Then once you're looking at it, your 'dominant eye' takes over, and the brain suppresses the image from the other eye, giving you the illusion that you can see distant objects in focus.

Whilst you're doing this, you'll look pretty foolish for one thing, but for another thing it makes you 'longsighted' not 'shortsighted' (Or Hypermetropic rather than myopic, if you like. ).

If you were genuinely 'shortsighted', or myopic, no amount of muscle work would help. Although a pinhole in a piece of paper would.

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Old 05-20-2012, 01:49 AM
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thats another posibility i ponder:

im interacting with the inner rect muscles of the eye which are connected to the cilliary eye lens muscles allowing me to reprogram focusing
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Old 05-20-2012, 02:33 AM
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Now you're just being a tit.
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Old 05-20-2012, 06:54 AM
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thats another posibility i ponder:

im interacting with the inner rect muscles of the eye which are connected to the cilliary eye lens muscles allowing me to reprogram focusing
That was quick. 3 hours ago you were 100% convinced that you were, "decalcifying" your pineal gland with your, "fornix", muscle and anyone who doubted you was one of "them" out to get you.

Now that it's been pointed out that the fornix is not a muscle at all you are suddenly pondering other possibilities with no mention at all of how wrong all of your previous statements were?

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Old 05-20-2012, 08:13 AM
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Now you're just being a tit.
Haha Thanks it just made me chuckle
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Old 05-20-2012, 09:22 AM
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thats another posibility i ponder:

im interacting with the inner rect muscles of the eye which are connected to the cilliary eye lens muscles allowing me to reprogram focusing
I think you interact with your sphincter to much.
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Old 05-20-2012, 03:42 PM
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i tried to avoid convinction so im open to several thories

you can check how this link defines the fornix as a amuscle:

http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/...ornix&offset=0

"The fornix is an arching bundle of white muscle fibres ..."

also i want to say that my sight still isnt perfect but the improvement from 8 dioptires is really huge

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have you noticed a click, click sound every time you yawn coming from the center of your head?

i think thats due to the fornix strecthing the brain and cracking the calcifictions

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also when i tense that muscle i hear crunchy sounds from the center of my head like click click

that points to myself being decalcifying the brain, of course i wont put the hand in the fire for it

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Old 05-20-2012, 04:03 PM
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i tried to avoid convinction so im open to several thories

you can check how this link defines the fornix as a amuscle:

http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/...ornix&offset=0

"The fornix is an arching bundle of white muscle fibres ..."

also i want to say that my sight still isnt perfect but the improvement from 8 dioptires is really huge

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have you noticed a click, click sound every time you yawn coming from the center of your head?

i think thats due to the fornix strecthing the brain and cracking the calcifictions

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also when i tense that muscle i hear crunchy sounds from the center of my head like click click

that points to myself being decalcifying the brain, of course i wont put the hand in the fire for it
Does the clicking sound occur before all those voices in your head start babbling on about rubbish like this?
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