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    Default Re: What do you think about the so called death touch or Dim Mak?

    My personal opinion is that I call BS on Frank Dux altogether regarding most of his life and life claims.

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    Default Re: What do you think about the so called death touch or Dim Mak?

    I personally believe that there is a bit of truth to it.
    Speaking short and loosely...
    My fiance is a cardiologist and years ago she did a presentation to her colleagues on it(the dim mak) referencing both immediate and long term cases from trauma ie. car accidents etc..
    It was explained to me like this,(in my words) there is a certain point or time that if you hit the heart at that exact time you can shock or offset the heart and it's biological rhythm causing an arrhythmia. Immediate proof is rare and hard to come by for studies because most people don't want an autopsy and there's is not enough time to get ekg result's. However, long term(weeks) studies are available as that person can have a contusion(bruise) causing the heart to not function as it used to. Bleeding can sometimes occur amongst other things. There was a study done where they shot balls(rubber i'm assuming)at the heart region of pigs wherein they died instantly as a result of the heart trauma.
    I asked myself how this would be possible to for a human to know the exact time in which to hit someone leading me to think of sharks. They are extremely sensitive to electrical impulses. Humans being little batteries,(electrical creatures) it's plausible in my opinion to develop a deeper sensing of these impulses. That being said, there's no one better in the world to be able to develop such heightened senses than a monk. Nothing better to do than be one with his environment free from all distractions and technology, allowing him to delve deeper into his other senses.
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