Originally Posted by Horseman56
If what you 'believed' were in any way true, it would change forever the way in which farriery and veterinary medicine attempt to assist horses suffering laminitis.
But it has already. Where have you been? Or are the vets & farriers that have changed their approach & finding more effective ways to deal with laminitis all part of your big conspiracy theory, in your eyes? Because of lack of good quality studies, different conventional opinions based on previous and anecdotal 'knowledge' and lack of understanding, it has indeed been slow to come to serious attention of many. Not to mention of human nature any change is generally ridiculed & resisted by the masses before it's accepted...
I do not believe anyone has all the answers yet, but discounting an important principle/approach, that has been shown to be effective, in favour of principles that lead to assumptions of distal descent of P3 or 'rotation' past a certain degree or solar penetration being impossible to reverse is not the most objective attitude IMO.