Story claiming to explain “Why Fentanly users fold over” is another example of how stoopid scientists are

Today a story was released that provides reasons why Fentanyl users fold over after taking the drug.
“Here’s why fentanyl users on S.F.’s streets are bent over”
One doctor says “UCSF professor of addiction medicine Dr. Daniel Ciccarone said what he calls the “nod” … is the balance point between passing out –– when you lose all muscular control and are on the floor –– versus some small remnant of consciousness that is keeping the person upright,” he said.” That claim is sort of accurate, but what does it really mean? But why does loss of muscular control cause the users to fold? Why don’t they just lay down? Why don’t they sit down? Why don’t they assume some other position? Why specifically do they fold over? Another doctor says basically the same thing “UCSF orthopedic surgeon Dr. Alexos Theologis, who specializes in the spine, said some people probably slump because of muscular issues.”. Once again the question is why do users fold over? Why not take some other position because of these “muscular issues”. What these doctors are doing is giving a very broad reason that is sort of correct as far as it goes, but the explanations provide no specifics.

As usual I will provide a hint for these stoopid scientists and any of their associates who hold similar views. Insight into why Fentanyl users fold in half the way that do will be found by contemplating their postures along with contemplating the Jewish practice of Kosher foods.

And that is all the hint they get.

“FBI Body Language Expert” story from 2024 corroborates the claims made by Happeh Theory 15 or 20 years ago

10 or 15 years ago when Happeh Theory was being actively discussed, one of it’s claims was that the appearance and movement of the human body could be used to diagnose various health problems or the affects of various activities on the human body. At the time there were many people who said this was not true and that the entire concept of Happeh Theory was false. The following story describes how an FBI expert uses observations about the human body to determine if a person is an American citizen or not. These are the exact same kind of observations that Happeh Theory uses to diagnose health problems or the effects of various activities on the human body.

So if the FBI believes that observations of the human body can be used to determine various characteristics or traits of a human body, the average person should be reassured that Happeh Theory can indeed diagnose various health problems or the effects of various actions on the human body by simple visual observation.

Japanese Gait Study Supports The Claims Of Happeh Theory

One of the main claims of Happeh Theory is that specific movement patterns of the body are related to specific health conditions of both the body and mind. For instance. If a person masturbates in one specific way, say using their right hand, their thought processes and health condition will be different from the thought processes and health condition of someone who masturbates with their left hand.

The Japanese study in this post has determined that Japanese children walk differently than other children from around the world. It will be obvious to any person who spends a short amount of time looking into the situation that Japanese people in general, both children and adults, exhibit different ways of thinking, different states of health, and a different physical appearance than other peoples of the world.

This Japanese study supports the claims of Happeh Theory because it has identified one of the types of physical movement that according to Happeh Theory contributes to the undeniable physical differences between adult Japanese people and adults of other peoples around the world.

A related avenue of research for the interested individual would be to study the dance movements that are a foundation of many African peoples, and their relationship to the undeniable physical differences African people exhibit from peoples of other countries of the world.

Stanford Study Supports The Claims Of Happeh Theory.

This blog is no longer actively updated. I happened across the article below which supports the claims of Happeh Theory and felt forced to add it to the blog now, in 2021. One of the main claims of Happeh Theory is that a myriad of things can be determined from the examination of a person’s […]

Work Of Data Analyst Using AI Software Confirms The Main Claim of Happeh Theory, Which Is Facial Characteristics Can Determine If A Human Being Is Gay, And Other Personality Traits

Ten or 15 years after the creation of Happeh Theory and the work found in this blog, a data analyst using AI software has confirmed the major claims of Happeh Theory. That facial characteristics can be used to determine if a human being is gay, or if they possess other personality characteristics. The AI software was trained on face pictures gleaned from the internet. If the same AI software was trained using pictures of the entire bodies of people, it’s results would confirm the other major claim of Happeh Theory. That the physical characteristics displayed by a particular human body can also be used to determine if a person is gay, or if they possess other particular personality characteristics.

Since this scientific work confirms the claims of Happeh Theory, there is no further need to update this blog. It’s mission has been accomplished. The blog will remain in place for historical reasons, but no further updates are likely to made to it. Specifically meaning this blog is not being currently maintained, and requests for contact, opinions or conversation will neither be seen nor responded to.

It was my pleasure to contribute to the scientific knowledge of the human race, and I must say that I do feel proud of this work, and more importantly, I feel vindicated by it’s confirmation. The hate and denial from the internet that was experienced by me during the 10 or 15 years of this blogs existence was unpleasant and quite difficult to tolerate and work through.