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NPOV, Section Removal: Health Effects of HRMEdit

I do not like to remove significant text without discussion first, but the section read as pseudo-science nonsense, with a single reference to a website article as valid citation. I spent considerable time checking the reference. It is not a published medical article (I checked all journals, etc), it's only source is http://www.heartmath.org/research/science-of-the-heart/ .

This was a bitch to read through, but none of the extreme claims made on the removed section, or article, actually traced back to verifiable references. This takes a lot of cross-referencing, and in the time I had the references just didn't seem to fit. This stinks of pseudo-science trying to come across as science. For that reason I pulled it instead of waiting for more poor saps to waste time following a trail of crap put there by one anon editor.

Please do not put this back without direct citations to published works.

-TheHemi69 (someone owes me an hour of my life)

The entire article is an advertisement.Edit

The entire article is an advertisement.

This smells like an adEdit

See Wikipedia:Autobiography, Wikipedia:Notability, Wikipedia:Conflict of interest, and Wikipedia: NPOV. As it stands it doesn't seem neutral at all.

Rook42 (talk) 10:59, 16 January 2014 (UTC)


I chopped a lot out to make it less like an ad. RJFJR (talk) 19:05, 30 June 2014 (UTC)


I've added all the necessary links (9 more) to the third-validating sources and removed the Notice of Verification. Please, check the sources and let me know if there is still any problem. RossK 23:39, 25 May 2019 (UTC)