Actually all ive done is discredit all of your supporting arguemnts for why chi would exist. You may be arguing now for the sake of arguing, which is understandable because you have nothing relevant left to say about chi. You started out with all this crap about electromagnetism and popular beliefe, and you've been wittled down to asking irrelevant open-ended questions about niche physics... which is kind of funny considering the lack of credibility you give to science because "scientists are consistently finding out they know nothing". lern 2 continuity
Crap I'm gonna have to answer this. lol
Where I was going with it was that my personal experience (involving others that had no initial input) has proven beyond doubt, to me & many others, that this energy does exist. Especially given the sceptical nature of my paranoid views. I'd also like to add, when doing healing, I've had those energy points (not all at the same time) become quite uncomfortable. All in my imagination I suppose.
Chi, I've been told on numerous occasions, is roughly translated as life force energy. So in that case, it falls into the same category as all the other cultures who believe in such a thing. Methods of application & source vary somewhat but it's basically the same thing.
Kirlian & Aura photography are methods that some debate & strive to disprove. Admittedly, I don't know enough about the specific methods to debate in such detail. So I'd advise arguing with the numerous scientists who claim that that's what they do.
Btw I do give credibility to certain aspects of science, but to think they've got the mind/body all figured out is a bit naive IMO. The irrelevant open ended questions were to point out that if top physicists are admitting they have barely scratched the surface, so then should we really be so adamant on an ideology that's being rewritten constantly?
Lastly, I don't expect everyone to believe what I've experienced. I've been slated from all angles for years & I wasn't far off that mindset myself 12-15 years ago. But once you've had this type of experience, it's hard to deny. Also, I think what I've experienced is a pretty minimal compared to our potential. *insert uplifting cliché*