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舊 2014-06-22, 07:51 AM   #29
Blake
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Quote PKU:
Blake properly got trained in the moguls competition flield for quite a while.
A self learn skier can never go to that kind of level.


I am not wanting to get into the argument here, but I will state the facts about this and you
guys can decide if it means I am "self learned" or not.

The instruction that I have had consisted of what I will list below...

When I was a teenager I went to a total of seven camps that were 3 days each, for a total of
21 days of instruction in my life.

This was 6 days total at mogul camps that were taught by Chuck Martin (Olympian) and this
was 15 days total at all-mountain skiing camps that were taught by the DesLauriers and
Egan brothers (famous movie skiers). I remembered what they taught me and kept working
on it by myself.

I competed in moguls at the end of each Chuck Martin camp because it was part of the camp
and I did one more competition when I was 14 years old. I won my age group in that one...
I don't remember what place I got overall. I think it was fourth.

The competitions at the end of camp were just a camp thing that only had the learners from
that camp in it. I have done one normal competition.

We had a resort near us growing up that had night skiing on every run and a lot of icy moguls.
Night skiing was more popular than day skiing there and I was able to ski very often at night
after school for all the years I lived there. I started skiing when I was 2 years old.

I also used to watch ski movies non-stop. I would watch them everyday. Literally every day.
This may have contributed to my learning because it was absolutely every day for 5 years or
so. I had 2 instructional movies. One from the DesLauriers and Egans and one from Greg
Stump. I didn't watch those as much as other movies though. I watched the entertainment,
non-instructional ones a lot more.

Quote about the qi video I posted:
I think you missed on this one. I don't believe he can start a fire with
his Qi, the smokes you see in the demonstration is from a chemical reaction, so it was just
a "magic" trick. And ancient Chinese didn't know "electricity," so any proof through electrical
means is only proven an illusion, "electricity" is not Qi, and acupuncture/needle does not "input"
Qi by itself, but to "trigger", (like open and close a valve on a Qi passage,) the flow of Qi already
inside the body, so, without fully understand what Qi is and how Qi works inside the body,
the acupuncture treatment is also an illusion.


Ok, I see how the fire thing COULD be a trick... but what about the team of experts trying to
prove that this is fake? They didn't prove it was fake. The qi master in the video also says
that "it's not electricity, it's qi", but then they go to a hotel room and he finds a way to light a
light bulb. It's not electricity, but maybe it could work anyway on a small light bulb with
enough qi. If it's a trick, then how does he do these other things? That's what I'm getting
at. I see how the fire thing could be... but what is a possible explanation for the stuff people
are feeling in the video and the light bulb thing? Does anyone have an idea? If it's a trick,
then I'm still fooled.

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