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06-25-2019, 01:55 PM

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That's like saying if you point your cue at a contact point, then change ball locations, the contact point stays the same.
No, it's not like that at all.

One more try: Say you glue the CB and OB onto a board and glue a piece of thread stretched straight from the CB's center (on the back of the CB) to the OB's edge (a CTE line). Does that thread touch another part of the OB if you move the board? That's what you're saying happens.

The center-to-edge line isn't a "perception" - it's a physical thing that doesn't change when the shooter moves or the cut angle changes, but the balls stay the same distance apart. For the CTE line to change, the balls have to move in relation to one another (the distance between them has to change).

Of course it's possible for your perception of the same CTE line to change, and I assume that's what happens. That's your doing, not the system's - you're taking into account the pocket's changed position and adjusting how you "see" the CTE line accordingly. I think we all do something similar (to one degree or another) no matter how we aim, and I don't think it diminishes the usefulness of any system - it's how the system fits us that matters.

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06-25-2019, 04:36 PM

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Perfect Aim is not an aiming system. I'll inform Gene.

Gene himself has said it's about your dominant eye: "This is what Perfect aim is all about: Making sure the dominant eye is in the most dominant position making sure the other eye is not being dominant at all. This allows your eyes to work together in the most efficient way to [I]envision the shot[/I] as Perfectly as possible."

Dr. Dave also has it listed as a sighting system and not an aiming system on his web site.

Do you need Gene's contact info?

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06-25-2019, 04:58 PM

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The fact you (and most people) arenít able to successfully employ the system at first speaks volumes about its lack of objectivity.
Wholly untrue.

Just because I don't get algebra at first doesn't invalidate algebra.

CTE asks people to look at the balls in ways that they never ever were taught before. It requires a shift in thinking. It requires that one settle down and empty their cup to be able to really SEE the lines and see the ball divisions. It's visual acuity training with purpose, not simply rote brute force repetition.


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06-25-2019, 05:41 PM

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Wholly untrue.

Just because I don't get algebra at first doesn't invalidate algebra.

CTE asks people to look at the balls in ways that they never ever were taught before. It requires a shift in thinking. It requires that one settle down and empty their cup to be able to really SEE the lines and see the ball divisions. It's visual acuity training with purpose, not simply rote brute force repetition.
Clearly you have no idea what the word the objective means, nor do you understand that algebra is groven by a strict set of rules and steps to be used properly.

You, not being able to do algebra does not invalidate algebra because of the strict set of rules and steps used in algebra.

Unlike CTE, where nothing of the kind exist.
  
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06-25-2019, 06:21 PM

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Wholly untrue.

Just because I don't get algebra at first doesn't invalidate algebra.

CTE asks people to look at the balls in ways that they never ever were taught before. It requires a shift in thinking. It requires that one settle down and empty their cup to be able to really SEE the lines and see the ball divisions. It's visual acuity training with purpose, not simply rote brute force repetition.
But CTE requires you to have knowledge on pocketing balls, and being able to call upon that knowledge and experience is one of the reasons it works.
  
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