MTT is sometimes described as “acupuncture without needles.” This is because Meridian Tapping Techniques uses specific points on your body that are known as “acupressure” points; they are the same points used in acupuncture. But with MTT, simply tapping on these points, using your own fingers, can stimulate your body’s energy system and release negative energy. George Goodheart, a chiropractor, found he could substitute simple manual pressure for needles. He saw the same beneficial results by simply applying manual pressure, instead of needles, to the acupuncture points.
The potential standard employs two adjacent, standard, orthographic views (here, Front and Top) with a standard "folding line" between. As there is no subsequent need to 'circuitously step' 90° around the object, in standard, two-step sequences in order to arrive at a solution view (it is possible to go directly to the solution view), this shorter protocol is accounted for in the layout. Where the one step protocol replaces the two-step protocol, "double folding" lines are used. In other words, when one crosses the double lines he is not making a circuitous,90° turn but a non-orthodirectional turn directly to the solution view. As most engineering computer graphics packages automatically generates the six principal views of the glass box model, as well as an isometric view, these views are sometimes added out of heuristic curiosity.
“Estimation statistics” is a fancy way of saying that you are estimating population values based on your sample data. Let’s think back to our sample ice cream data. First, let’s assume that we had a true random sample of 35 people on this globe and that our full target population is every human alive (7 billion people). Let’s say that 37% of people in our sample said that vanilla is their favorite flavor. Can we safely extrapolate that 37% of all people in the world also think that vanilla is the best? Is that the true value of the world? Well, we can’t say with 100% confidence, but–using inferential statistical techniques such as the “confidence interval”–I can provide a range of people that prefer vanilla with some level of confidence.