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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by VictorB, May 10, 2010.
'Starving yogi' astounds Indian scientists
What a load of shit.
I don't buy it.
This shit is actually pretty dangerous, naturally.
There are retards out there that actually believe these crackpots and try to emulate their phony feats.
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People die from this shit.
15 days? Could be possible. 70 years? Nope. He probably has a body that is adapted to long periods of no food and water, if you dont pee and sweat, you could do 15 days without drinking. Humans are not able to get energy from sunlight. I call bullshit!
Consider the source (Breitbart, not LZF).
These are the same guys who profess to fly unassisted.
"Man Has No Food Or Water For 70 Years... "
You left out the second part:
"Has been dead for 69 years, eleven months."
Neither did he:
i can hold my breath for a year. just don't pinch my nostrils shut, ok?
Maybe he uses the farce...I mean force.
I dont believe it either
Are guitar players just naturally more cynical??
I'd give 3 months without food and 3 days without water. You can survive a lot longer without food than fresh drinking water.
Throughout the observation, he passed no urine or stool, but doctors say urine appeared to form in the bladder, only to be reabsorbed. However, Jani was not engaged in strenuous exercise during the ten-day trial, and longer trials were not recorded under similarly strict observation. Further, his weight did drop slightly during the 10 days, casting some doubt on his claim to go indefinitely without food.
The Indian Rationalist Association has criticised the Indian Ministry of Defence for agreeing to take part in the tests, and for being taken in by a "village fraud". Sanal Edamaruku of the Indian Rationalist Association claimed to have been repeatedly denied sending an independent team to survey the room where Jani was held. He also claimed that "this particular hospital, led by this particular doctor, keeps on making these claims without ever producing evidence or publishing research." The Indian Rationalist Association also said that individuals making similar claims have all reportedly been exposed as frauds.
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On a side note, I wonder if it is possible that when he bathes, this beard retains water and he absorbs it from there. Maybe he has something hidden in it
I think it is about money and stardom from the doctors or something.
I think it is about crackpots trying to take people for a ride. The world is full of such nonsense.
i was on a cruise ship last week,longest time without food,maybe 3 hours...