Xisca Nicolas wrote:
John Suavecito wrote: Many people become angry when someone suggests a practice that is not yet proven beyond a reasonable doubt to benefit. It's free and it makes me feel good. I don't see a problem with it.
Chris Kott wrote:Ed, I would consider that kind of assessment reasoning by analogy, especially when we can look at the biochemical reactions in the brain to differing light levels and differing effects on the body from different parts of the light spectrum. I would say that, for the most part, there is reason behind the ancient way of seeing things, but that the phenomenon was described the way it was because there was no mental currency for that kind of information exchange.