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    Yesterday, 10:54 PM
    lulz :D I'm a #fitnessnerd and #athlete...can't help it, bro. ~hugs~
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    Yesterday, 09:58 PM
    Agree with his asessment of the BT diet, but his vegan bias shows in the second half. Real nutrition science has long dispelled with the myths he's perpetuating about fats and specific foods.
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    Yesterday, 09:25 PM
    Classic Fred on evolution Republicanguy Fredwin On Evolution Very Long, Will Bore Hell Out Of Most People, But I Felt Like Doing It March 7, 2005 I was about fifteen when I began to think about evolution. I was then just discovering the sciences systematically, and took them as what they offered themselves to be, a realm of reason and dispassionate regard for truth. There was a hard-edged clarity to them that I liked. You got real answers. Since evolution depended on such sciences as chemistry, I regarded it as also being a science. The question of the origin of life interested me. The evolutionary explanations that I encountered in textbooks of biology seemed a trifle weak, however. They ran to, “In primeval seas, evaporation concentrated dissolved compounds in a pore in a rock, a skim formed a membrane, and life began its immense journey.” I saw no reason to doubt this. If it hadn’t been true, scientists would not have said that it was. Remember, I was fifteen. In those days I read Scientific American and New Scientist, the latter then still being thoughtfully written in good English. I noticed that not infrequently they offered differing speculations as to the origin of life. The belief in the instrumentality of chemical accident was constant, but the nature of the primeval soup changed to fit varying attempts at explanation. For a while, life was thought to have come about on clay in shallow water in seas of a particular composition, later in tidal pools with another chemical solution, then in the open ocean in another solution. This continues. Recently, geothermal vents have been offered as the home of the first life. Today (Feb 24, 2005) on the BBC website, I learn that life evolved below the oceanic floor. (“There is evidence that life evolved in the deep sediments," co-author John Parkes, of Cardiff University, UK, told the BBC News website.”) The frequent shifting of ground bothered me. If we knew how life began, why did we have so many prospective mechanisms, none of which really worked? Evolution began to look like a theory in search of a soup. Forty-five years later, it still does.
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    Yesterday, 09:22 PM
    Crank theories of science, politics, and philosophy. By itself, it doesn't necessarily. In conjunction Leninism it does. Secularism in Murica begot an ultra-violent, bankrupt miltaristic empire and police state.
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    Yesterday, 09:18 PM
    “The question of whether there exists a Creator and Ruler of the Universe has been answered in the affirmative by some of the highest intellects that have ever existed.” –Charles Darwin, the founder of evolutionary biology, as cited in his book Descent of Man. “A scientific discovery is also a religious discovery. There is no conflict between science and religion. Our knowledge of God is made larger with every discovery we make about the world.” –Joseph H. Taylor, Jr., who received the 1993 Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery of the first known binary pulsar, and for his work which supported the Big Bang theory of the creation of the universe. . “The more I study science, the more I believe in God.” –Albert Einstein
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    Yesterday, 09:09 PM
    Why are 19th and early 20th century myths better than Bronze Age myths?
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    Yesterday, 09:07 PM
    Someone forgot to take a basic Western Civilization class before spouting off. :D
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    Yesterday, 04:04 PM
    As a surname, it's not necessarily muslim, AFAIK.
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    Yesterday, 02:13 PM
    It doesn't say "muslim" in the article. For all we know it could be Antiochian Orthodox or Byzantine Catholic. SMH @ religious ignorance.
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    Yesterday, 10:28 AM
    hmm...I must be thinking of oat flakes or something. :confused: Anyhoo, I stick with eggs. They taste better, they're healthier, and there's a zillion ways to prepare them. There's a reason they're an athlete's staple. :D :cool: (I know how to make very tasty omlettes :D) Ya know, I can eat a whole pot of oatmeal (1-2 cups) and not be as strong through the morning as I am on just 3 ordinary eggs.
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    Yesterday, 12:02 AM
    Well, if it ain't broke don't fix it, uncle oyarde! :D
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    01-17-2017, 09:04 PM
    Okay, thanks for clarifying. But I stand by my position. Words mean things. When we allow the statists and assorted stenographers and propagandists to Newspeak the words we use to understand our everyday world into oblivion, they effectively control us. A very Orwellian sort of dystopia. :eek: The word "libertarian" is quite clearly defined in "The Libertarian Manifesto" by Rothbard. The word "Libertarian" is defined in the LP platform and assorted official documents. Just sayin'.
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    01-17-2017, 08:54 PM
    +megarep This^ is exactly what I was getting at in previous posts.
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    01-17-2017, 06:38 PM
    :rolleyes: Rand is AT BEST big-L "Libertarian". More accurately, "conservatarian". Be realistic, man.
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    01-17-2017, 06:31 PM
    I'll put you and PaulConvention on my list. :) ~hugs~ Did I mention Roxi and Nirvakalpa too? :)
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    01-17-2017, 06:11 PM
    Not all fruit is fiber-dense, suz.
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    01-17-2017, 01:58 PM
    Malcom was right about MLK.
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    01-17-2017, 01:14 PM
    Poop problems suggest to me not enough fiber and/or water-also a weak pelvic floor. This last thing is fixed by doing squats or deadlifts. Also try poopin 2.0
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    01-17-2017, 11:49 AM
    protip-if you're going to have sugary/starchy meals like oatmeal, include protein somehow. (the glycemic index of oatmeal is going to spike your blood sugar and make your energy crash later in the day) Some people use protein supplements. I like to grind up high-protein foods like peanuts and sprinkle it in regular food. The food processor is ur friend, Suz. :D You can make your own smoothies and whatnot with no preservatives or junk. :D If you need some ideas, let me know.
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    01-17-2017, 01:02 AM
    Being frugal with your EBT card, eh?
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    01-16-2017, 11:09 PM
    Ya do get moar bang for teh food stamp FRN that way....
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    01-16-2017, 08:39 PM
    Indeed! Football is harder on the noggin than MMA. :eek: Gymnastics is also more dangerous than most martial arts, btw. :eek:
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    01-16-2017, 08:32 PM
    Si, meeting in public should make it easier for ya. IDK much about SA, tho...:o
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    01-16-2017, 07:21 PM
    IMHO, yesh. Depends on individual circumstances, though. After my recent sprain the doc suggested tylenol or ibuprofen for teh inflammation. I use the latter cuz it seems to work better. (I'm no longer in constant pain :) )
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    01-16-2017, 07:17 PM
    Ya oughtta have a little bite of something after teh calisthenics, Suz. Just enough to help your body recover and rebuild. :) ~hugs~
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