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A friend of mine was recently offered the chance to go skiing. She was wary of it, having heard that it commonly leads to injuries. She asked me for advice, and I recommended a course of preventative nullopathy. This works by practicing nullopathy before and during the dangerous activity.

Instead of skiing, she did nothing. This successfully prevented her for sustaining any skiing-related injuries. Two of her ‘skeptical’ friends who did not use nullopathy suffered broken bones.

This cannot be coincidence — my friend who used preventative nullopathy was one of the only seven people on that trip to escape unharmed. Those kinds of numbers just don’t happen without a very profound preventative effect.


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