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1 Are We Still Evolving? on Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:03 pm

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2 Re: Are We Still Evolving? on Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:19 pm

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Well. Can't comment on her chicken philosophy. But her bio said she is an atheist and a vegetarian. I find these two mutually exclusive. I am therefore, suspicious.

3 Re: Are We Still Evolving? on Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:55 pm

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4 Re: Are We Still Evolving? on Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:28 pm

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Hee hee...if you get to watch the show, it was the scientist that made these comments regarding vaccinations which she chose to have us view, of course).  
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http://www.thinkatheist.com/video/are-we-still-evolving-part-1?xg_source=activity

http://vdownload.eu/watch/2810403-bbc-horizon-are-we-still-evolving-2011.html

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5 Re: Are We Still Evolving? on Mon Jul 22, 2013 1:21 am

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uno wrote:Well. Can't comment on her chicken philosophy. But her bio said she is an atheist and a vegetarian. I find these two mutually exclusive. I am therefore, suspicious.

I get more twitchy about vegetarians. I know a few atheists and only 1 vegetarian and the vegetarian is way weirder then the atheists.

6 Re: Are We Still Evolving? on Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:13 am

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It's the same concept that if you spray mosquitos, you make the mosquito problem worse.

Vaccines haven't STOPPED anything.  Measles, Rubella, Mareks, and so on, they all still exist.  In Regina, there has been 50 cases in the past 2 years of measles, specifically, measles in VACCINATED patients.  The disease is harbored by people until it is able to mutate enough to infect an individual, then you have an epidemic of potentially gigantic proportions on your hand.  Then what do they do but try to shove more vaccines in your face that they develop in less than a month, willy nilly.

Mosquitos that surviving spraying live to breed more mosquitos that will live to survive other spraying, who will breed to ---- and so on.  Then you're left with the mosquito problem we have today.  This is how we ended up with the 'super corn worm' that can be directly sprayed with roundup consume the gm corn designed to kill it and yet will not die.  The principle applies to all things: "Make it idiot proof and they make a better idiot."

Most animals carry antibodies in their milk for almost every species specific disease they've been exposed to.  Humans are the same way UNLESS they've been vaccinated.  I recently read, on an expose about raw milk (GASP), that mother's breast milk, with someone who is un-vaccinated for rubella, produces a rubella antibody naturally.  It's been an interesting read, for sure.  I love to get into those things.



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7 Re: Are We Still Evolving? on Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:44 am

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Sweetened wrote:This is how we ended up with the 'super corn worm' that can be directly sprayed with roundup and will not die.

Sorry to say, it does not surprise me that the super corn worm does not die when sprayed directly with roundup.  Roundup is a herbicide not an insecticide.

8 Re: Are We Still Evolving? on Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:47 am

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coopslave wrote:
Sweetened wrote:This is how we ended up with the 'super corn worm' that can be directly sprayed with roundup and will not die.

Sorry to say, it does not surprise me that the super corn worm does not die when sprayed directly with roundup.  Roundup is a herbicide not an insecticide.

Completely correct. Lovely when I make shitty statements.

The corn is engineered to kill the cornworms, that it's sprayed with roundup is irrelevant.
http://thinkprogress.org/health/2012/09/05/796781/genetically-modified-corn-gives-rise-to-superworms-as-agribusiness-lobbies-against-gmo-labeling/?mobile=nc

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