• Intoxiklown's Avatar
    Today, 02:57 AM
    At first glance the article had my wife and I both shaking our heads as Pectic Acid and Pectin derivatives have been known to work as good ways to absorb lead, with Pectin (normally from apples but also found in most fruits) as a gel given to someone if they have lead poisoning. But then the wife made an important distinction that I did not realize....you can grow this exact compound with the discovery of this moss having the same cellular wall makeups and get more yield per area used than you ever could apple trees, and we're not having to use food anymore. It's pretty interesting.
    1 replies | 148 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:27 PM
    "hey, seriously sorry it's not working out for you. convert it all to btc and buy phys with remainder. the official crypto will be metals backed and then you can turn in metals for the new "currency" when it's released" Ummm, how do I do that?
    678 replies | 21400 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    Honestly, what part of the article are you questioning? I'm not a climatologist, so my explanation will be rudimentary, but here goes.... What the article isn't really touching on when discussing these zones is it's a bit more complex than just them saying, "warm water doesn't hold oxygen as well". Those zones aren't so much "oxygen barren" as they are more inundated with methane, with the oxygen forced out from the release of methane gas pockets in the ocean floor. These pockets are opened up by warmer water to a lesser degree, but the main cause has to do with the way the Gulf Streams move as it's paths are changed by water salt levels due to melting polar ice. And that is where the climate change argument comes in, being that it's based around green house gases raising global temperatures, which increases ice melt, which alters the gulf stream due to high amounts of fresh water diluting slat levels within the oceans, which opens methane pockets along sea floors, which releases that methane. And methane is a green house gas on steroids compared to CO2. Now, this is not to say I subscribe to climate change in it's current form. Meaning, the above process is happening as it's observable. However, in no shape or form do I give credence to the argument of it being a man made phenomenon. My cousin is a Geo-Physicist and can break down how at best man accounts for barely a decimal point over 1% to current green house gases being released when combining nature (he can give talks on volcanoes that loses me fast concerning their chemistry) and man made combined. And he made what I thought a really good point to me about this subject, and I'll paraphrase and sum it up:
    2 replies | 97 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:19 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to oyarde again. LOL
    48 replies | 1165 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:01 PM
    I'm posting this article to illustrate our constantly evolution of understanding cancer, both in possible causes and treatments. Granted, if a human lives long enough their body will eventually develop cancer as it's part of the process in how our bodies break down with age as well as different genetic causes in younger people.....it's the "inbetween" possible causes and treatments that is really getting radical in it's understandings. A new study published a few days ago in JAMA Oncology has made some interesting findings related to women and risks to baseline cancers where oral contraceptives were used. Even more so, depending on what generation of birth control pills these women have/are taking the findings vary, as apparently (I didn't know this off hand) older generations of birth control pills had higher doses of estradiol and progestins. But even wilder is they found women with what is considered "Obese body mass" as well as being smokers who used/use these drugs have lower cancer rates than those on the same medication and doses who were not obese and smokers. I just found it interesting..... Article link: http://www.cancernetwork.com/endometrial-cancer/birth-control-duration-influenced-ovarian-endometrial-cancer-risk/?GUID=17AD072F-B148-4134-A097-54C7F7A541A0&XGUID=&rememberme=1&ts=22012018 Published study link: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaoncology/article-abstract/2669779?redirect=true
    0 replies | 50 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    01-21-2018, 08:40 PM
    Looks like the "Patriots" gonna win the super bowl again... Anyone smell a rat??
    1067 replies | 19739 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    01-21-2018, 08:21 PM
    A couple weeks back I bought some BTC, BCH and LTC and I'm watching as they keep going down, down, down... I'm too stubborn to sell at a loss (again) so I'm riding this bitch all the way to zero if that's where it's going...
    678 replies | 21400 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-21-2018, 01:58 PM
    Come on, Donnay. Like we discussed before, it does suck for the 559 people who experienced those effects but if 559 patients experienced those effects over the past 8 years with patients prescribed the antiviral, then you are talking 559 out of over 3 billion prescriptions. That is extremely rare.
    48 replies | 1165 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-21-2018, 01:51 PM
    Really interesting and promising breakthrough in Targeted Therapy for cancer patients. From Article: A groundbreaking drug is being developed by scientists that could stop cancer in its tracks. The drug is said to work by breaking down a specific protein that fuels the spread of tumours.
    0 replies | 57 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-21-2018, 01:41 PM
    LOL....honestly, freak is probably being generous when speaking to this asshole. But wasn't he a retired MD or something? That and living in a neighborhood with a federal judge and a Senator means he has the financial means to hire a shit kicker lawyer and at least go down fighting. Of course, to be fair as well....due to those same "advantages" it's also safe to assume he is an extreme low risk of having to worry about that conviction coming back to haunt him as well.
    24 replies | 657 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-20-2018, 11:30 PM
    The real "punishment" will be a felony conviction for a violent act. That guy better not leave his house ever when he does get out, because that conviction amplifies all sentencing considerations he might face for other charges. Pro tip for everyone reading......NEVER accept any kind of deal for any kind of assault charges. Fight, appeal...whatever you got to do. But don't ever just accept it.
    24 replies | 657 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-20-2018, 04:08 PM
    Just as an aside of something that shocked me when I went there was that marijuana isn't the prevalent drug there at all. Those bastards LOVE them some mushroom "tea". There are little vendor shacks all over the place and the beaches where you can order a mushroom drink, with different strains of mushrooms to accommodate your preferred buzz.
    17 replies | 225 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-20-2018, 03:22 PM
    I thought the same (well, HOPED the same). But to play Devil's Advocate.... Do we know he wasn't being a smart ass or sarcastic? I remember the cop who told the woman on dash cam footage, "No...we only shoot black people, remember?" being made into a huge deal. Not to say that was a very unprofessional thing to say as well as moronic knowing you are being recorded, but poor taste in humor aside it was obvious he wasn't being serious. And before anyone comes at me.....no, I am not denying that there are many people wearing a badge that actually view the public like described. And no....I am not a cop sucker always trying to justify things for them. But they do more than enough to validate fears and dislike without having to use things out of possible context. That's all.
    10 replies | 227 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    01-18-2018, 07:04 PM
    Yeah, that's why he's in jail again...
    11 replies | 886 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    01-17-2018, 09:08 PM
    I was there in my full "V for Vendetta" costume...
    11 replies | 886 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-17-2018, 01:39 PM
    If he's 6'0 then 239 seems plenty correct to me. I'm 6'0 and while healing from my back surgery got up to 220 (my normal weight was/is 180) so picturing myself from that time with another 20lbs on my frame seems to jive. Of course....elderly people also carry weight differently than younger.
    46 replies | 755 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-17-2018, 12:55 PM
    lol...true It's actually an interesting subject. Apparently they plan for a loss but not a total loss. Basically, they applied everything we've learned about asymmetric war and based the plans on winning centered on that. Kind of a, "the farther they had to travel to get here, the longer their supply lines are" tactic of warfare.
    32 replies | 535 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-16-2018, 02:02 PM
    I'm the same. I try to maximize dumping as much energy inside the target as I can without passing through
    26 replies | 355 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-16-2018, 02:01 PM
    I understand (albeit a rudimentary understanding). It's why I carry 124 gr Hydra shoks in my .357 magnum instead of 158 gr. The extra weight of the 158 makes a through and through more possible and will take the kinetic energy with it, whereas that 124 has better chances of staying inside the target and dumping that energy inside the target.
    26 replies | 355 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-16-2018, 01:57 PM
    There are actually several plans for a possible alien invasion as well. There was even a documentary made about it after some people involved with such plans talked about it (regarding things they could publicly talk about). I always tell people that if an alien invasion did in fact happen, we're in deep crap. Because if it's an invasion with the intent of capturing resources...considering that we know now water, minerals, ect are EVERYWHERE in space. If a race had the physics for deep space travel they'd have no need to come to earth when they could get those exact same resources peacefully and easily from asteroids and dead worlds. The only two resources earth has that is rare (as best as we know) are chlorophyll and protein. Plants and animals (us). So, an invasion wanting resources is straight out of a horror movie.
    32 replies | 535 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-16-2018, 01:41 PM
    Don't feel bad at all bro. Ballistics is a lot more complicated than many people make it out to be, and I don't really profess to be any kind of expert either. I can half ass answer some of your questions though... 1) It seems to me that, especially when it comes to penetrating armor, the smaller the diameter the better, if you can propel a heavier load with greater force and still have that smaller diameter. I believe this held / holds true with armor like kevlar threading. Like that old kevlar could stop a round, but not a knife. The advent of plate armor is a different animal though. And the retort to it ballistically was hardened ammo (steel core). 2) But I bet that if bullets had equal weight and were shot with equal loads, the .223 would penetrate better than the .308 precisely because of being smaller in diameter.
    26 replies | 355 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-16-2018, 01:34 PM
    More weight AND velocity impart more energy. Imagine dropping a one ton boulder from 50 feet....it'll leave a large mud hole. Drop that same boulder from 1 mile.....and you create a crater the size of a large house.
    26 replies | 355 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-16-2018, 01:29 PM
    LOL Please note that if your comments are not responsive to the questions being asked in the ANPRM, the costs and benefits of the proposed regulatory change or the methodology of computing those costs and benefits, they will be included in the list of the 3,000+ comments already received, but will not actually be considered by the agency in formulating the regulation. The ANPRM specifically asks questions directed at manufacturers or retailers, but there are three directed towards consumers, so unless you're a manufacturer or retailer of bump stocks you will probably want to focus on responding to these questions: Consumers 21. In your experience, where have you seen these devices for sale and which of these has been the most common outlet from which consumers have purchased these devices (e.g., brick and mortar retail stores; online vendors; gun shows or similar events; or private sales between individuals)?
    10 replies | 404 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    01-16-2018, 12:31 PM
    The history books may well place the liberty movement in bed with the Russians in a few years. This is why you can't believe ANYTHING you read about history. It's written by the victors and they will never allow the truth to be printed if it puts them in a bad light...
    11 replies | 886 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    01-15-2018, 10:39 PM
    What a literal crock of sheit! Claiming Russian involvement in everything 2008 from the money bombs to the blimp (and Adam Kokesh!) These fools really make me angry... http://archive.is/T9uAU
    11 replies | 886 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-15-2018, 02:29 PM
    I like the 300 Blackout round as well for a situational round speaking to running suppressed. Now that Sig Sauer addressed issues with the MCX and have the Gen 2 we're planning on getting one in 300 Blackout (we'll also get both 5.56 and 7.62x39 conversion kits for the rifle) and doing the tax stamp work to get a suppressor for it. I had no idea just how quiet sub sonic 300 blackout run through a can was.
    26 replies | 355 view(s)
  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    01-15-2018, 12:17 AM
    Currently in Kasilof, AK and it's crazy warm for this time of year. The drive here was so different than other years during winter. Hardly any ice on the bay and not enough snow for good skiing. Must be that damn global warming...
    833 replies | 68336 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-14-2018, 02:10 PM
    Honestly, I think we're going to see a shift towards "flying cars" using basically drone technology.... http://www.wsj.com/video/flying-drone-taxis-could-take-off-in-dubai/F329FEAC-2366-4796-9205-72C0344F17D0.html There are some models now that can carry up to four passengers and they're starting retail now is around $200k. So I'd imagine we'll see drastic cost reduction as technology and volume increase, making them just as affordable as our modern automobiles.
    17 replies | 344 view(s)
  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    01-14-2018, 01:59 PM
    They're following the train of thought along the lines of preventative medicine. Apparently offering incentives to providers in hopes to establish preventative medical measures for patients has a statistical chance to reduce costs in later life.
    9 replies | 304 view(s)
More Activity

1 Visitor Messages

  1. View Conversation
    What do you mean not a gift of the greeks?
Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 1 of 1
About Intoxiklown

Basic Information

Profile Sidebar Configuration

Profile Sidebar Configuration

Activist Reputation (Self-Rated):
1

Signature


"Self conquest is the greatest of all victories." - Plato

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
1,435
Posts Per Day
0.64
Visitor Messages
Total Messages
1
Most Recent Message
07-22-2016 04:56 PM
General Information
Last Activity
Today 10:05 AM
Join Date
12-05-2011
Referrals
0

1 Friend

Showing Friends 1 to 1 of 1
No results to display...
No results to display...
Page 1 of 11 123 ... LastLast

01-21-2018


01-20-2018


01-16-2018


01-15-2018


01-14-2018


01-13-2018


01-12-2018


01-07-2018


12-27-2017



Page 1 of 11 123 ... LastLast