New version. A lot of new info is in this version. It’s now what, 65 pages long?
Anyways there’s still a ton of stuff that needs to go in. I’ve just been very lazy about updating it. And… oh bother. I just noticed one of the sections near the end isn’t finished yet. Sigh… Well, I haven’t given up on it yet
Some of the updates include new information from the Huangdi Neijing and the Illustrated Canon, as well as a number of new scientific papers (such as references to the work of Langevin and Yandow). I have two editions of the Huangdi Neijing now, and will be inputting more terms and definitions from that for 1.4.1 or 1.5.
As always, the more submissions I get or the more questions I am asked, the better I can make this. I actively seek out help and submissions, this is not something one person can accomplish. I need your help.
At any rate, thanks for the submissions and comments I’ve gotten so far. To download the FAQ, click the above link or visit the FAQ section from the homepage.
Special note: If you, as a chi kung practitioner or martial artist, disagree with any conclusion reached in the faq, please, please send me an email about it. I am completely open-minded. I just need some authoritative reference so that the work is scholarly and connected with the classics. Thank you.