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(I'm assuming you refer to the scene with the thermograph in the orthopedic surgeon's office.) The man in the lab coat is Dr. Michael D Roback, the other man is Zhou Ting-Jue. Colin Wright offers as explanation "a dilute strong base such as sodium hydroxide" in the water, reacting with the aluminium foil to generate the heat. While this is not positive ...


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The answer to this is really going to depend heavily upon what you are defining "chi" (or "qi" or "ki") as and what the context is. To take things from a slightly different angle, aikido relies heavily upon the concept of "ki" which relates to the Chinese concept of "chi" but is very overloaded in that it doesn't really have a well defined definition of what ...


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