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Nescire autem quid ante quam natus sis acciderit, id est semper esse puerum. Quid enim est aetas hominis, nisi ea memoria rerum veterum cum superiorum aetate contexitur? -- Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43BC)


Aug
13
comment What is the biggest force ever produced by an impact from the human body?
I massively edited your question. Hopefully, it's still what you want to know but in a better format.
Aug
13
revised What is the biggest force ever produced by an impact from the human body?
Edit to make the question better... Maybe.
Aug
11
accepted Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
Aug
9
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
As the OP, I think there could me more to this but as it stands, it's a great answer. Many thanks!
Aug
8
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
@JuannStrauss: Yeah but WHY!!!. Curious mind want to know! ^_~
Aug
7
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
@JuannStrauss: Yes, but so far have not got around it. Work is getting in the way of fun!
Aug
7
revised Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
Grammar
Aug
7
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
@TheWudangKid: Indeed. I was pretty sure I would be on the right side of that but as this site is still in beta, everyone could have decided that any form of medical question is off topic. I am glad that this is not the case.
Aug
7
revised How popular are the different styles of Aikido?
Added current events.
Aug
7
comment Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
I hope this does not break the asking for medical advise as I am not asking for advise, I am asking for medical research. However, this might break the "asking for reference material" which tends to be frowned upon. It works well as a skeptic question. Not sure if it fits here...
Aug
7
asked Are Aikido joint locks harmful to children?
Aug
7
comment What are the purposes of martial arts forms?
-1 as this is anecdotal evidence.
Aug
6
comment What are good martial arts for aging bodies?
@gorilly: can you edit your answer with the evidence you provide in the comment. Comments are ephemeral and will be deleted. Although, only the age division is evidence, the rest is anecdotal which is not evidence.
Aug
6
comment What are good martial arts for aging bodies?
Any evidence to support your claims? We're looking for long answers that provide some explanation and context. Don't just give a one-line answer; explain why your answer is right, ideally with citations. Answers that don't include explanations may be removed.
Jul
30
awarded  Revival
Jul
30
comment Slashing vs thrusting (bladed weapon vs pointed weapon)
^_~ I was just spending some of that reputation to get more traffic/more answers. Might as well use it as it has no other use!
Jul
30
revised Etymology and meaning of ukemi
added 1 character in body
Jul
30
comment Slashing vs thrusting (bladed weapon vs pointed weapon)
@Fildor: Okay, no worries. ^_~
Jul
30
comment Slashing vs thrusting (bladed weapon vs pointed weapon)
@Fildor: Do you have a reference for that? As far as I know, pila were used in the early Roman Republic well before they had any contact with the Germaic tribes. Now, pila were indeed partly designed to penetrate shields but those were more the standard hoplite ones that were in wide use all over the Mediterranean at the time.
Jul
30
comment Slashing vs thrusting (bladed weapon vs pointed weapon)
This was the best answer. Thank you for writing it!