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Health thread nr1 Bernd 05/20/2019 (Mon) 16:13:08 [Preview] No. 26260
So I didnt know where to post this excellent video about aluminium so I thought I just make a thread. About health.

Its a very easy video to watch/listen to because he says pictures and its being translated to french so it goes slower. He has researched about aluminium in 30 years so he is not a noob.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=6ClwkazQOsY [Embed]


Bernd 05/20/2019 (Mon) 16:52:03 [Preview] No.26262 del
>>26260
>Hercules
I don't think being a meathead obsessed with your body is that healthy of a thing to do.


Bernd 05/20/2019 (Mon) 17:01:28 [Preview] No.26263 del
>>26262
Healthy body healthy mind and soul.


Bernd 05/20/2019 (Mon) 17:27:26 [Preview] No.26264 del
>>26262
https://youtube.com/watch?v=WR1UiNdQnDw [Embed]


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 00:53:39 [Preview] No.26358 del
Know what pisses me off? Here homeopathy is funded by the national healthcare system. Hospitals are overcrowded, posts are undersupplied, patients are dying from lack of care and yet precious public funds are wasted on glorified overpriced water. In this nation of widespread ignorance quacks and frauds spread like garden pests. And no politician dares to stop this for fear of losing votes from bydlos who believe it.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 05:36:05 [Preview] No.26366 del
>>26358
Homeopathy is basically treating something with a similar thing. This can include wide amount of stuff. Liek for cartilage problems people take glucosamin tablets. But you know what contains glucosamin? Cartilage. So eat that instead. This is homeopathy.
Ofc other areas of homeopathy are bullshit, and others might be bullshit. It would worth taking a look into it and separate the husk and the grain.

I've more to add to healthcare and stuff, maybe later.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 09:26:32 [Preview] No.26370 del
>>26358
you win the prize for the most normie


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 09:28:49 [Preview] No.26371 del
this book has saved me a lot of money in dental bills. worth a read if you have any dental issues


cont. Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 18:57:12 [Preview] No.26405 del
>>26366
So hospitals and healthcare.
This subject is treated by governments absolutely wrong, they should approach it from another direction: prevention. Great many of health issues comes from the fact that people are idiots t. House MD, their shitty lifestyle, lack of exercising, overeating, bad habits, addictions, bad hygiene, mindset, etc. (and ofc the combination of these) leads to a great variety of illnesses (both physical and mental). So not the healthcare what's have to be re-reformed over and over again, but education. People needs to be taught to care for their body, to rest enough, to exercise enough (and how to do it), good habits needs to be cultivated (e.g. eating moderately, being temperate etc.), their mindset has to be changed - for example - to refuse addictive substances (e.g. many starts smoking as a teenager because it's cool, it makes them cool and the others do it too, etc.) by themselves (banning shit doesn't work). Also proper information has to be given to them and make them understand (about illnesses, pathogens, how they spread, how to prevent spreading etc.).
Now ofc it can be said that: yo healthcare is business, it needs ill people. But frankly while people are ill they perform worse, do less work, or don't work at all, they are bad for the economy. What's loss for the health business, it comes back in other sectors.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 20:20:41 [Preview] No.26415 del
>>26405
>they are bad for the economy.

not really
i mean for every sick whitey you can have a refuge

the main problem with people is that they reproduce uncontrollable and live too long

there's literally no point in this


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 20:22:52 [Preview] No.26416 del
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>>26415
>the main problem with people is that they reproduce uncontrollable and live too long
>
>there's literally no point in this
I dont think you understand what you are writing here


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 20:42:28 [Preview] No.26421 del
>>26416
regards, a country known for eugenics programs


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 20:45:12 [Preview] No.26422 del
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>>26361
Weed and alternative medicine. I'm disgusted.

>>26370
I seriously hope you don't believe in homeopathy.

>>26366
Glucosamine and chondroitin's effectiveness is controversial and there's not just empirical counterevidence but also theoretical arguments against their viability. See:
https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/new-evidence-for-chondroitin/

For comparison, see
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3150191/
Where some possible mechanisms are cited:
>It is an important precursor of the glycoprotein and glycosaminoglycan (GAG) synthesis.
>Glucosamine production is the rate-limiting step in GAG synthesis, and glucosamine supplementation may overcome this bottleneck.
Notice, firstly, that an actual biochemical mechanism has been described -something no homeopathic remedy ever provides, because it doesn't have any- and the word "supplementation". That's important.

See also pic related, it's glucosamine sold on a homeopathic (but not exclusively so) site. However, no homeopathic dillution notation is present, because it isn't homeopathy. It's a dietary supplement. Pay close attention to the description's wording:
>Three tablets provide the full 1500mg
1500mg is a lot. Homeopathic remedies usually contain 0,00000000000000000000000000000000 mg (there's no number at the end, just 0; I'll elaborate on this) of their advertised item.

>The powerful bioflavonoid quercetin has been included at a potent 60mg, plus 1200mg of ginger (as a concentrated extract), as well as 400mg of rose hip. Few, if any, joint formulas provide these potencies in a single formula.
Notice the association between concentration and potency. Homeopathy follows the law of infinitesimals: the lower the concentration, the higher the potency. This is anti-homeopathic, it's pure allopathy.

>Chondroitin mislabelling: Many companies use a preparation that is just 20% chondroitin but their label may declare this as if it is 100% chondroitin.
Once again, allopathy. In homeopathy 20% chondroitin would be stronger than 100%.

Chondroitin and glucosamine are supplements, and as such, are taken to increase the concentration of some molecule which is deemed insufficient. This is allopathy: effect and concentration are proportional. In homeopathy they're deemed inversely proportional. Why? Because Hahnemann said so. No mechanism is known, it's just wishful thinking and poorly backed empiricism.

So this is the law of infinitesimals, there's no homeopathy without it. What about "like cures like"? It means that dilluted compounds have the opposite of their expected effect. Dilluted snake venom becomes an immediate antidote and the like. In real medicine there's a paralell with vaccines, but vaccines are infinitely more concentrated and have a known, justified mechanism. So in homeopathic logic, what would dilluted glucosamine cause? It'd cure its own side effects.
>In this latest trial, people taking the glucosamine-chondroitin combination reported diarrhea and abdominal pain more often than those taking the placebo did. Other reported side effects include
>heartburn
>drowsiness
>headaches
>allergic reactions (especially if you have an allergy to shellfish).
So a homeopath could recommend glucosamine against those. For cartilage problems he'd recommend something which damages cartilage.

How much? Zero. Homeopathic medicine is water.
This isn't hyperbole. In your usual homeopathic vial there's only molecules of H2O and whatever impurities there were in the distilled water that made it.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 20:45:30 [Preview] No.26423 del
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This is a real homeopathic remedy: Natrium Muriaticum -table salt- 30 CH, that is, with 30 dillutions of a hundred times each, so that's 10^60 of dillution. It says it's net 30mL.

Assuming this dillution is mass/volume, then there are 10^60 mL of water for every gram of NaCl. For 30 mL of water, that's 3 x 10^-59 g of salt.

In 58,44 g (1 mol) of NaCl there are 6,02 x 10^23 (Avogadro's number) "molecules". Not real molecules because it's a crystal, but you get it; since it's in aqueous solution there's this number of sodium ions and an equal number of chlorine ones.
Therefore in 3 x 10^-59 g there are 3,09 x 10^-37 sodium ions.

But there's no such thing as 3,09 x 10^-37 of an ion or atom or molecule. It's 0, 1, 2, 3, 500 trillion or so on.
Sodium chloride was split in Na+ and Cl- the moment it was dissolved in water, but afterwards its constituent ions remained intact through the whole dillution process.
Maybe I had a wrong supposition or calculation mistake but any conceivable way to model this still shows an absurdly tiny result.

So what can we conclude? There's a very small chance some stray ion found its way into Natrium Muriaticum 30 CH. But it's safe to say there's none of it.
Zero. Nothing.
"Natrium Muriaticum 30 CH" literally is just water without any table salt at all. This is the case for most homeopathic medicines. Some are just concentrated enough to have a handful of molecules of their claimed source, but above 12 C they're arithmethically just water. There is no discussing this.

You can distill this remedy to examine residue. You can run it through any kind of emission or absortion spectroscopy. Any expensive method in analitical chemistry. In any case all that you'll find are trace impurities.
When you buy this you're buying overpriced water.

If A=B, B=A. Homeopathy is water, therefore water is homeopathy. Every glass of water you drink is nearly every single kind of homeopathic remedy that ever existed, exists or will exist. Likewise, every homeopathic remedy you purchase is not only itself but is also a thousand other remedies at once. Why pay for homeopathy? You already consume several liters of extremely potent homeopathic remedies every single day.

Hahnemann was blissfully aware of the Avogadro constant and other complications. His successors are either bydlo consumers who are too ignorant to know it or "specialists" who are content with a handful of half-assed explanations that have not been fully developed and all have conclusive rebuttals from real medicine.
What is the theoretical basis for the law of infinitesimals and similia similibus curantur? Can they be proven as hard laws? Remedies consist of pure water that was in contact with a handful of molecules two dozen dillutions ago, what biochemical mechanism makes them effective?

Homeopaths can articulate some technobabble on water memory and the like but they know that's no answer. They don't care. They believe in their quackery, firstly because they trust Hahnemann and secondly because of some empirical evidence. Just some, because there's more and better evidence against it.
Science is based not on crude empiricism but on developing theoretical models to explain empirical evidence. Homeopaths have weak empirical evidence, no model to explain it and no initiative to come up with a proper one. That places them in the realm of iridology, reflexology, Ayurveda and so on. It's a fraud. Only shithole countries like Brazil and India finance it.

The one good thing in homeopathy is its personalized treatments increase patient morale. But building an entire field of lies and LARPing just to smooth patient feelings is unethical.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 20:45:37 [Preview] No.26424 del
>>26421
which im very shameful for


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>>26415
>the main problem with people is that they reproduce uncontrollable and live too long
I see you too have taken the blackpill


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 20:49:05 [Preview] No.26427 del
What does Natrium muriaticum (water LARPing as dilluted salt) do and how do homeopaths know they need to recommend it?
https://www.britishhomeopathic.org/charity/how-we-can-help/articles/homeopathic-medicines/n/nat-mur/

>Mother Ocean is not like Mother Nature. She is not like the apple tree, which gives shade and bears fruit in abundance: a nurturing, protecting image. Walk to the point of a rocky promontory, jutting out into the ocean, and gaze down at the sea and rocks in conflict below. Cast your eyes out to sea on a windy, heavily overcast day and look into the depths of your mother. She is chill and forbidding.
>Unlike Mother Nature the ocean is an aloof, impersonal and often harsh mother. She does not cosset or spoil her children; she stands back and leaves them to fend for themselves. She appears distant, cold and unfeeling and applies discipline with uncompromising strictness and severity. To spare the rod is to spoil the child. It is often the lot of the Nat mur child to be born into a family in which these qualities are valued and applied; in which emotions are not expressed, sympathy and love are not demonstrated, and a stiff upper lip is expected. The child is encouraged to achieve independence without the sheltering warmth of maternal nurturing. There is a lack of mothering. Paradoxically, this mother whose maternal instincts are so repressed, is often herself manifesting a Mother Ocean archetype – Nat mur or Sepia.
>The Nat mur personality
>The role of the mother figure is particularly critical in the healthy development of the Nat mur personality. There is a deep and often unfulfilled need for the security and warmth of maternal love, protection and nurturing in the Nat mur being, with an inability or unconscious reluctance to solicit, attract or accept the very sustenance they long for. The conditioning that it is weak to reveal dependency and needfulness compounds this. As a result they experience a sense of having been rejected or forsaken, left to their own fate, and therefore feel that they must be unimportant, unworthy of love and unlovable. In Nat mur this conclusion is attended by a persistent, even life-long feeling of resentment and grievance. There is no warmth in the childhood memories of mother, possibly only an awareness of indifference, criticism, harsh discipline and even neglect or abuse.

I don't even need to post any more paragraphs, that's enough bullshit already. "You have this personality, so you must ingest 30ml of dilluted salt which isn't actual dilluted salt but just water". Well, then, just drink some water.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 21:03:39 [Preview] No.26431 del
>>26427
>Well, then, just drink some water.
And water is good. Since our body consists of 60% water or so. Now this is homeopathy.

I'll read ofc what you posted. Sometimes soon.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 21:07:35 [Preview] No.26432 del
Btw, vaccination basically also homeopathy.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 21:09:39 [Preview] No.26433 del
But homeopathy isn't just harmless quackery. When the ignorant buy it perhaps it's just their problem if a lack of real treatment makes them die. But oftentimes those who don't buy into the fraud get harmed.
This is most evident in countries like mine, where it's financed with public money. Every cent wasted on homeopathy is a cent not spent helping patients who died from insufficient care. Many lives could be saved if the homeopathy lobby were crushed. They have blood on their hands and are no different from corrupt administrators who appropriate healthcare funds.
And homeopathy is sometimes included in private health insurance programs, making them more expensive just to finance deadweight. If you've ever turned down an insurance program because of its cost, homeopathy may be partially at fault.

>>26432
Vaccination has real concentrations, whereas homeopathy is literally water, and real mechanisms which have been thoroughly examined and proven. Homeopathy, Hahnamann's "science" has no mechanisms.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 21:32:00 [Preview] No.26435 del
>>26358
>Know what pisses me off? Here homeopathy is funded by the national healthcare system.

Here we also have some state-regulated homeopathy. Some homeopathy doctors can have medical profession and licenses, although official position of ministry of healthcare is somewhat indifferent with some negativity.

I guess this is actually a good thing, because educated and licensed homeopath is better than some random dude - at least he must not be insane.

Healthcare system is completely fucked though, doctors have 12 minutes for patient, long waiting times didn't disappear even when electronic registration is used, many local hospitals are underfunded, and doctors professionalism is very questionable. Wages are still low in many places, like 100-300$ (there were multiple media scandals about it).

I personally don't think that public healthcare could work at all, but this is debatable of course. Only good thing here is that private healthcare costs are relatively low - consultations and common tests are available for masses.

>>26423
>There's a very small chance some stray ion found its way into Natrium Muriaticum 30 CH. But it's safe to say there's none of it. Zero. Nothing.

Many homeopaths have alternative theories, i.e. something like memory of water and other things, so they don't care about ions and such.

Although I may play devil's advocate and give some arguments for homeopathy too.

Placebo effect is real - human body is a complex thing and even believing in something may be beneficial, less depressed and optimistic mindset may act positively on immune system for example. There are plenty of stories when mind conditions had effect on real disease, even confirmed by science (that placebo effect too). Of course it can't replace real treatment, but can supplement it.

People believe in medicine and drugs, but most common diseases couldn't be treated by anything. Like common cold and related virus diseases. There is no cure from viruses (compared to bacteria with antibiotics), antiviral drugs are memes, only real cure is to wait until your immune system will crush viruses. But mind wants some solution, tablet, drink, whatever, and when there is nothing, people start to treat viral diseases with antibiotics or large doses of anti-inflammation drugs (paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin). All these things don't help, they also can be dangerous. But how doctor can stop patient from doing stupid things and force them to wait (especially when patient is nervous and uneducated, as always)? Best way is to prescribe some completely safe thing like low doses of vitamins or homeopathy medicine. Person will use at and stay calm. Main goal for doctor is to choose when real treatment is needed or when patient may be "treated" like this.

Of course, using only homeopathy without proper medical care is a completely different thing.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 22:09:16 [Preview] No.26442 del
My father's a surgeon. Whenever he's around nearly half of what he talks about is quackery and health fads. Not a day goes by without a viral Whatsapp story: a nonexistant bean contamination (usually an old hoax which periodically resurfaces), a woman retrieving a gland from a chicken and claiming it's a parasitic worm, a story about how sodium bicarbonate with lemons cures cancer and so on. They always have technobabble language which sounds pompous and legitimate to bydlos and a dichotomic view where harmless everyday items are suddenly poisons that cannot be ingested in any case and expensive exotic foods work miracles.
There are also professional quacks, often with real degrees in Medicine, who make a lot of money using their respectability to swindle the ignorant. Dr. Lair Ribeiro is one such manipulator. They always come up with miracle diets and radical claims like that heavy consumption of alkaline foods is a fountain of youth.
And finally, there are entire fields and industries of meaningless medical LARPing, one of them being homeopathy.

No alternative medicine can cure a knife wound. Only plain materialism can do anything. Such alternative methods are mere psychological crutches for the desperate or those who are healthy and want something exotic.

From hearing all of this I have a lot of anger towards homeopathy and related industries and fads.

But he does often speak of >>26405, sanitary lifestyles -nothing special and exotic, just what anyone can do at no cost- already prevent damage from happening. But this topic is a bland, boring one and can't generate any viral stories and sensationalistic headlines, so it is forgotten. The ignorant masses thus practice no prevention and resort to superstition to fill in the gaps, with greedy scammers enriching themselves in the process.

>>26435
>Many homeopaths have alternative theories, i.e. something like memory of water and other things, so they don't care about ions and such.
Some homeopaths come up with alternative explanations, but they don't hold up well. If water retains the properties of something it previously in contact with, then all water has homeopathic properties. And each water molecule was on so many different places through its eons of existence. At which point do these properties disappear, and why? And this still doesn't provide hard explanations or any justification at all for the law of infinitesimals and "like cures like". Water memory itself is a controversial subject.
And like I've shown, homeopathic diagnosis is often emotion- and feelings-based, and specific compounds are associated with specific personalities. Why? Why is table salt even related to a given personality? Table salt is a crystal, a personality is a very complicated interaction of hormones, neural connections and social relationships, there's no intrinsic tie between the two and homeopaths only see such a tie because of their own cultural notions of personality and cultural understanding of salt.
In short, any attempted theoretical explanations only cover a small part of homeopathy and don't hold up under scrutiny. Even Flat Earth has a larger theoretical basis and a commitment to explaining itself.

And some homeopaths don't care. "It just works" and they go along with it.

>Person will use at and stay calm
Very good point, psychological well-being plays a part in physical recovery. Patients know nothing of science but trust it, so pseudoscience with a good veneer of respectability will secure their trust and placebo effect. Other patients have a mistrust of science but still love "natural" and "spiritual" technobabble, so scientific language together with emotional or ecological filler will swindle them and improve their recovery.

But though some small lies to get placebo effect working are justified, an entire industry built over lies is unethical. Ideally patients wouldn't be so ignorant and would have a basic understanding of biochemistry and medicine, and the psychological component of treatment would be carried out with less falsehood.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 22:39:19 [Preview] No.26444 del
>>26442
> Ideally patients wouldn't be so ignorant and would have a basic understanding of biochemistry and medicine, and the psychological component of treatment would be carried out with less falsehood.

In ideal world, maybe. But we have reality where humans aren't ideal and never will.

For example, I know a woman, she has higher education (in psychology though), she is sane and relatively smart, but with first light symptoms of something non-serous (like that common cold) she is panicking and trying to use wide array of medicines. No argument can make her stop, even when she agrees with it in discussion. Thanks god that market is full of cheap herbal and vitamin things that don't do any harm, otherwise she would destroy her liver with NSAIDs or such.

I guess even understanding of biochemistry wouldn't fix that side of human personality, it is survival instinct-based thing.


Bernd 05/23/2019 (Thu) 23:07:04 [Preview] No.26445 del
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like 90% of modern drugs have their roots in herbs and trad medicine

doctors are just scummers that do it better than homeopaths


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 05:28:06 [Preview] No.26450 del
>>26433
>Hahnamann's "science"
I talk about homeopathy. It's older thought than that dude's. It's just means treating something with something similar. Vaccination is a textbook example, using a (weakened) pathogen to activate an immune reaction, so next time when the real thing comes the body would know how to kill the (normal) pathogens, and could heal itself.

And basically that's the thing: the body heals itself. Not the doctors. There are notable exceptions - autoimmune, cancer etc. - when this isn't true, or certain mechanical wounds are just too severe without medical help. Tho let's say if I break my leg I need a doc to put things back to and fix into place but the actual healing is made by the body. It's not liek the doc stands there with a welding machine growing the new tissue and connect the pieces...
So this guy >>26445 is basically right. Docs are fast to call out quacks while they themselves are just the same.
What does the good doctor do when I get the flu? Humming a little and tells me to stay at home, rest, drink lots of fluids, preferably hot tea with lemon and honey basically this itself quackery since there's no actual guarantees if vitamin C and flavonoids will help, or if they really help, by how much, reduce days? who knows, if my temperature rises to high take a pill to bring it lower. Ergo create cushy circumstances and let the body heal itself: wow such a science. I learnt the formula right after the first instance I had the flu, I don't need doctor to tell me again and look smart that he knows stuff. Now I know even more than a doc would say.
And even with cancer. They try to cut out or destroy the tumor but they can't do jack shit with the cause. They don't even know where these come from. Supposedly they come and go all the time, the problem arises when they remain. Yeah they talk about shit that can give you cancer but some people get, some don't. Even strong smokers have better chance to die something else than throat/lung cancer. Fuckin lottery. It ain't science, science should be reproducible, if I drop something 100 times it will fall 100 times and not sometimes yes, sometimes no.
Tl;dr: doctors are quacks.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 05:32:08 [Preview] No.26451 del
>>26442
>surgeon
Funny thing, they are the most useful docs around even tho they didn't even count as doctors back in the day for a long long time. They came from an ancient line of proud butchers, carpenters, blacksmiths and barbers. Oh the proletariat of the physicians.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 06:29:27 [Preview] No.26452 del
>>26445
pretty much this.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 06:45:38 [Preview] No.26453 del
>>26452
this is swedebernd dont know why im wearing a stahlhelmet


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Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 10:31:50 [Preview] No.26465 del
>>26445
>like 90% of modern drugs have their roots in herbs and trad medicine
Traditional medicine is often helpful, centuries of experience are not something to be ignored. Other times it's ineffective. How to know what's valuable and what isn't? Only conventional medicine has the methods to find out.

>doctors are just scummers that do it better than homeopaths
Doctors have to put up tremendous effort to learn wide areas of human knowledge and then work under pressure knowing the government doesn't care about them, even their employers can sometimes mistreat them and their patients are clueless, hate them and anything that goes wrong may end their career. Depending on their area they have to deal with and solve gruesome injuries. The pay is good but theirs is a real, difficult job.
Homeopaths, on the other hand, just have to "learn" some made-up fantasies and then play pretend psychotherapist and hand out made-up remedies to emotionally insecure patients. Unlike physicians not a single homeopath has to deal with intense pressure and gore.

>>26450
>I talk about homeopathy. It's older thought than that dude's. It's just means treating something with something similar. Vaccination is a textbook example, using a (weakened) pathogen to activate an immune reaction, so next time when the real thing comes the body would know how to kill the (normal) pathogens, and could heal itself.
Sure, it's one way to define it. But Hahnemann's homeopathy doesn't activate any immune reaction. It doesn't do anything at all besides placebo effect. So within this definition Hahnemann isn't even a homeopath. Yet nowadays that word is almost exclusively used for his followers. Homeopathic stores don't sell vaccines and self-proclaimed homeopaths don't produce them. Real vaccines, that is, which activate immune reactions. There is such a thing as self-proclaimed homeopathic vaccines, and as you may expect they're also water and cannot activate any immune reaction.

>Yeah they talk about shit that can give you cancer but some people get, some don't. Even strong smokers have better chance to die something else than throat/lung cancer. Fuckin lottery. It ain't science, science should be reproducible, if I drop something 100 times it will fall 100 times and not sometimes yes, sometimes no.
Radiation has an empirically observed effect on cancer risks and the theoretical basis behind it has been studied. Yet it doesn't provide a 100% chance, because human biology is complex and every body is different. So all that can be said is in terms of increased percentual chances. That isn't a lottery, it's actual meaningful statistical information backed by a theoretical basis.
This isn't the only area in the hard sciences or engineering where statistics and chances are used and that doesn't make them invalid. In the previous discussion about dillutions chemists also speak of the chances of a molecule being in the final solution after several dillutions. Astronomers, too, can easily make precise predictions on the orbit of celestial bodies but when those predictions are on the far future they have to speak of chances.
Same thing with tobacco, there's plenty of empirical evidence that it increases cancer risks. It is very much reproducible, that's what empirical studies do. And behind it are several proposed mechanisms. The result isn't in 0% or 100% but it's real.

That's what differentiates real medicine, it is ignorant and powerless for many things but only it can ask "how" and "why" and that allows it to do a lot of things its alternatives are completely incapable of pulling off.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 13:11:46 [Preview] No.26467 del
>>26260
I'm only eating toast and have 3 cups of tea in breakfast.

r8 my health and subscribe


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 13:18:06 [Preview] No.26469 del
>>26467
why are you not drinking coffee?!


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 13:19:57 [Preview] No.26470 del
>>26450
Well doctors use scientific methods as much as possible. Your fever is just a symptom, it might be flu, it might be rabies, it might be Saddam's spawn raping your soul..

In most cases you just have a flu, but what about the %0.5 cases? You die during chamber business.. painfully. As for cancer, imrpovments has made, istanbul didn't conquered in a day. If we let herb sellers handle these things we wont improve even after a century passed.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 13:21:12 [Preview] No.26472 del
>>26469
too bitter, I occasionally do drink coffee though.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 13:33:00 [Preview] No.26475 del
>>26472
sugar is not available in turkey?


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 13:39:12 [Preview] No.26476 del
>>26475
what's the point if you need to drench the coffee in sugar to make it drinkable? it's not coffee then, it's coffee flavored sugar.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 13:42:52 [Preview] No.26477 del
>>26476
women drench themselves in make up in order to look presentable


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 15:25:38 [Preview] No.26481 del
>>26465
Thanks for remaining patient despite my tirade. I would add more but most likely I'm just tired of the Hungarian healthcare (despite I have very little contact with them in professional manner, but even that's more than enough).

>>26467
Why not three cups of three?

>>26470
>chamber business
Playing CK2 I see. Kek.
Well both rabies and flu has more symptoms. But here's a joge for you:
The veterinarian visits the doctor, who asks:
- What's the problem? Tell me your symptoms.
- Really? I tell? That would be too easy...

>>26477
Thank god. Humanity would go extinct fast if they didn't do it.
That's enough, grappa!


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:25:31 [Preview] No.26493 del
>>26477
most women are disgusting. I'm not even being misogynist, this is the naked truth.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:34:48 [Preview] No.26494 del
>>26493
You're a disgrace of hornyturkdom.
>most women are disgusting
That's just human condition.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:43:01 [Preview] No.26495 del
>>26494
>>26494
If you said this somewhere else after what I've said I would thought you're a woman.

Btw I didn't get the joke.

Speaking of coffee and tea, drinking tea is only a tradition that exist less than hundred years here, real tradition comes from russians. Originally we mostly sticked to coffee.

I feel like rebellious teen for drinking tea now.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:49:11 [Preview] No.26496 del
>>26481
is this the best reply you can come up with? accusing me of being grappa?


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:52:12 [Preview] No.26498 del
>>26495
>If you said this somewhere else after what I've said I would thought you're a woman.
I don't see why. Human beans are disgusting in general regardless of sex, and most people are ugly fuckers with bad proportions, weird shapes, bad skin - again - regardless of sex. It's just when we look at a woman, we think if we should bed her and if she looks disgusting the fact effects us more, while with men we just exist along and their physical appearance is more bearable and forgettable.
The joke is: hornyturks wouldn't say no to anything, the bar is never too high.
Huh I wish I would have some hornyturk posts saved from KC main. They were fun.

>>26496
No. That's a joke since seeing a Swede commenting something negative about women is basically a meme now. My real comment is above that line.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:54:51 [Preview] No.26499 del
>>26495
>>26493
>>26495
does my fellow man read schopenhauer perhaps?

we live in an age of lies, and the women question is no exception. our ancestors knew how women worked.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:55:40 [Preview] No.26500 del
>>26498
>>26498
>commenting something negative
it is merely the truth.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:58:00 [Preview] No.26501 del
>>26498
>Human beans are disgusting in general regardless of sex, and most people are ugly fuckers with bad proportions, weird shapes, bad skin - again - regardless of sex.
are you projection this? perhaps swedes are generally quite good looking but I dont see ugly people that often. the ugly ones are usually norwegians that come here to visit


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:58:15 [Preview] No.26502 del
>>26498
>Human beans are disgusting in general regardless of sex, and most people are ugly fuckers with bad proportions, weird shapes, bad skin - again - regardless of sex.
agreed. but when you say that after I said that about women, I would assume so. because:

>say something about women
>most people/men are that way too
this is typical women behaviour when it comes to >>>>>>arguing.

>>26499
I mostly like nietzche (probably typo'd) I only know schopenhauer from quotes and whatnot.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:58:56 [Preview] No.26503 del
>>26495
coffee is healthier too


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:59:32 [Preview] No.26504 del
>>26503
I need validation since most coffee that humans drink are actually stale.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 16:59:50 [Preview] No.26505 del
>>26502
>this is typical women behaviour when it comes to >>>>>>arguing.
well he comes across as a bit of a feminine


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:00:47 [Preview] No.26506 del
>>26504
it has more vitamins, more caffeine etc. coffee drinkers live longer, protects against alot of diseases.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:03:44 [Preview] No.26507 del
>>26506
it's just tea drinkers (russia&china) either drink mercury to be immortal and kys in process or take crocodil in factory ruins. this has nothing to do with tea at all.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=hN_Dp03jDtw [Embed]


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:05:08 [Preview] No.26508 del
>>26505
nod really I'm just pointing out something else but we digress.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:07:27 [Preview] No.26509 del
>>26507
tea (esp) green tea has alot of fluoride and contaminents in it. white tea is probably best.

here is two good articles if you want to read more about coffee and its health benefits

https://www.functionalps.com/blog/2014/06/04/coffee-done-right-tips-to-help-avoid-coffee-intolerance/

https://raypeat.com/articles/articles/caffeine.shtml


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:09:06 [Preview] No.26510 del
>>26495
I forgot!
>coffee
We have a phrase, if we judge that a bad consequence will follow our action we say: "and here comes the black soup". The origin of this phrase is going back to the 16th century, to 29th August 1541 to be precise, when the Ottomans occupied the castle of Buda.
Suleiman received the child king János Zsigmond, the queen mother and several aristocrat in his camp at Buda (the Habsburgs prepared a siege and the arriving Turkish army warn them off). While they had a discussion, the janissaries were sent to "gaze around" in the castle since Suleiman was on seemingly friendly terms with the liege of the defenders. But the Turkish troops occupied the place quietly and while they do that at the end of the meeting coffee was served which were called black soup at that time (or translated as such), and as the servants brought it in, the sultan said, "and here comes the black soup". As the Hungarian leaders left it turned out the castle was taken.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:09:31 [Preview] No.26512 del
>>26509
>>26509
>Coffee done wrong leads to anxiety, shakiness, sweating, feeling wired, inability to focus, and sometimes cold extremities
that's my genes overall oh well...

anyway reading it now.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:11:10 [Preview] No.26514 del
>>26512
>that's my genes overall oh well...
sounds like you might be hypothyroid


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:13:49 [Preview] No.26515 del
>>26501
>perhaps swedes are generally quite good looking but I dont see ugly people that often
Hmm. Ugly people got used to the ugly so if others ugly they don't notice.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:18:12 [Preview] No.26518 del
>>26509
I've read it.

> One such step is adding a little coffee to milk/sugar instead of adding milk/sugar to coffee.
what does this mean? I couldnt get it.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:21:10 [Preview] No.26519 del
>>26518
he meant a few teaspoons of coffee to get used to the taste

I brew my coffee in this

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0056ZVVHA/ref=ox_sc_act_title_6?smid=A28HOPZG8B4IYM&psc=1

very simple to use.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:39:45 [Preview] No.26522 del
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I accidently drenched my coffee in milk.


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:42:05 [Preview] No.26523 del
turkish coffee is probably very bitter, with all that contact and time


Bernd 05/24/2019 (Fri) 17:43:20 [Preview] No.26526 del
>>26523
I mostly drink filter coffee though. Turkish coffee is for formal guests and traditional ceremonies and stuff.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 08:37:56 [Preview] No.26558 del
what is the best mineralwater around?

I heard donat has most magnesium

dont find any donat in sweden


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 08:47:33 [Preview] No.26559 del
Does anybody here at this point not even care about how their food tastes anymore and just think about all the nutrients?


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 09:00:12 [Preview] No.26560 del
>>26559
of course food has to be tasty

but I think that the future of food will be different then we are used to. veganism, no meat, all the vitamin pills is some of the things I see pushed on the public.

you need meat and fish to get the necessary nutrients to function properly. a dumbed down population is what the elite is striving for.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 09:06:30 [Preview] No.26561 del
>>26559
have you heard about this soy drink that became a bit of a meme I dont remember the name of it. it is powder and you mix it with water. thats the future I think. very efficient (the elite loves efficiency) and very non human.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 09:17:19 [Preview] No.26562 del
>>26559
I care about the taste. Just there was nothing to update the cooking thread.
I ate recently - what I can translate as - milk-loaf with butter, honey, and milk. I rarely eat anything with honey, I mostly just use it as tea sweetener. I didn't post this since it's too blogspotposty.
Nevertheless there's rarely a bad tasting food that couldn't be remedied with a healthy amount of hot paprika.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 09:55:36 [Preview] No.26563 del
>>26560
I think all the overt veganism is a psyop that they intentionally associate with weakness and leftism to hide the fact that most meat is the same, filled with chemicals et. al. Also to push beer as "trad" when it's also full of estrogen.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 10:08:06 [Preview] No.26565 del
>>26562
I dont like paprika

what you think about that


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 10:12:05 [Preview] No.26566 del
>>26563
beer has always been pushed. in old egypt beer was staple drink of all people.

not all meat is bad, try and get organic free range meat. usually you can find cheap argentina meat that is free range and organic.

I dont agree that veganism is a psyop, but can you elaborate more on that. I see it being targeted mostly to young females here, which they always do, target the young since they are the future. women then teach their kids to be vegans


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 10:30:17 [Preview] No.26570 del
>>26566
>I dont agree that veganism is a psyop, but can you elaborate more on that
Basically:
<veganism and soy gets pushed unto leftists and weaklings
<so overtly that the right wing starts thinking commercial meat is a good alternative (while in reality, it's probably full of bad stuff and is probably tied to occult sacrifices)
<beer is also pushed as "manly", "traditional" and against "da soibois"


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 10:34:17 [Preview] No.26572 del
>>26570
not everything is a psyop

cows have very efficient livers


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 10:59:29 [Preview] No.26577 del
>>26572
I'm just saying that the entire pushing among veganism among leftists and weaklings and the promotion of commercial meat and beer as "manly" is a psyop. Not veganism itself as a concept.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 11:08:56 [Preview] No.26579 del
>>26565
Then it's high time for you to learn to like it, will grow out your pubes finally.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 21:40:38 [Preview] No.26639 del
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>>26572
>not everything is a psyop
nyet, everything is a psyop until shown evidence and even with evidence it could be just fake assets.


Bernd 05/25/2019 (Sat) 22:27:29 [Preview] No.26640 del
Well, at least I'm happy we have no Hahnemann believers here.


Bernd 06/28/2019 (Fri) 10:39:28 [Preview] No.27633 del
How much can Bernd lift?


Bernd 06/28/2019 (Fri) 11:01:13 [Preview] No.27641 del
>>27633
I can lift you.


Bernd 06/28/2019 (Fri) 12:12:25 [Preview] No.27667 del
>>27641
I wish, Bogdan.


Bernd 06/28/2019 (Fri) 15:15:23 [Preview] No.27672 del
>>27667
He couldn't anyway. You aren't a shop.

>>27633
That depends. I can reliably lift over the doorstep a reasonably sized female. But if you gimme a forklift I might can do more and place her back into the ocean.


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Bernd 01/27/2020 (Mon) 07:00:58 [Preview] No.34284 del
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Wasn't sure whether I should post this into the blogspot thread, or here. I decided here coz it is health related, mental and physical.
My sleep pattern went sideways and I find it hard to restore it. I sleep 5-6 hours daily for a half year now which is nowhere enough to rest for me and then all day I'm drowsy and distracted. My mind wanders around constantly as if it wants to make up in draydreaming what it lose with the lack of dreaming. It really takes an effort to concentrate and my work suffers, my hobbies too, even my I feel my writings declined, and haven't put forward much for a while now. And tasks, works are getting amassed.
I go to sleep late or can fall asleep late despite I'm in bed, and this is worse because then I get anxious about not getting sleep and that keeps me awake...
I had similar 7-8 years back. Then I forced myself into the patter: go to sleep at 22, wake up at 6. I did this consistently and it solved the problem for years. Now I find it hard to do it again. Needs more discipline.
I have another protip for those who have similar problems, or just as a "life hack":
I have this rule not to worry about the issues of life after 20:00, but prepare myself for a rest in the evening. This ofc should be paired up with another rule: solve the issues of life before 20:00, actually make an effort to do them.
Although sometimes one can find solutions during sleep, or just after awakes. It happens I dream of them, I'm sure happens with others too, but many times I just grinding the same problem in my dreams again and again with no solution, which is worse than the worse nightmare - this is important for me to have a buffer between the day and sleep.


Bernd 01/28/2020 (Tue) 23:31:12 [Preview] No.34328 del
>>34284

Sleeping is for weak.

t. sleeps for 4-5 hours


Bernd 01/29/2020 (Wed) 06:36:42 [Preview] No.34332 del
>>34328
At this point I was rather called weak but was well rested.
>4-5 hours
Do you take at least power naps? I heard with age people needs less sleep. If you keep it up soon you won't even need the missing hours.


Bernd 01/29/2020 (Wed) 08:11:45 [Preview] No.34333 del
>>34332
>>34332
>Do you take at least power naps?

No, although I sleep on weekends much more.

>I heard with age people needs less sleep.

Yes, I've noticed this pattern, in past I've need 8-10 hours, now 7-8 is ok. But I think it is personal, and I don't think that less than 6 hours is ok anyway.

Sleeping at day for few hours is actually good, but it isn't really available because of work. Kids in kindergartens here are "forced" to sleep at day, but don't like it. And when they grow, they remember that they were stupid and missed best time.

As completely different point, I remember that I've read multiple theories about ideal sleep pattern, and one was about 36 hours of action plus 12 hours of sleep. Some guy experimented in caves and found that humans try to adapt this pattern when there is no external day/night cycle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Siffre

There were even conspiracy theories about non-terrestrial origin of humans, like on home planet day cycle was different.


Bernd 01/29/2020 (Wed) 10:10:02 [Preview] No.34336 del
>>30283
>convict_conditioning
>posted by a gypsy

lel did you use this when you went to jail?
(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)


Bernd 01/29/2020 (Wed) 18:26:06 [Preview] No.34344 del
>>34333
>Kids in kindergartens here are "forced" to sleep at day, but don't like it.
It was the practice here too, I hated it, I could imagine to spend it more actively. Some children needed it tho.
How monkeys sleep I wonder? Taking naps like dogs? I can imagine our ancestors doing that and things slowly changed when they became more conscious and superstitious (when they created their first beliefs about death and night, and natural phenomenons), and decided to hole up for the night and sleep through it (when the Sun died and went visiting the after-life, they died too and visited the after-life, and then when it arose they arose too - or something like this).


COVID-19 Bernd 04/29/2020 (Wed) 16:30:46 [Preview] No.36369 del
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Please use this thread for corona related postenings in the future.


Bernd 04/29/2020 (Wed) 19:00:15 [Preview] No.36375 del
>>34336
I wonder if this guy is on a ventilator now. Imagine his final moments, an amusing coma dream, a smirk, he whispers, 'ha, ha, gypsy.' Then the sustained beep of this heart monitor.


Bernd 04/29/2020 (Wed) 19:21:22 [Preview] No.36376 del
>>36375
Kek.
I dunno. Maybe he realized there are far better things to spend his time on. At least this would be the best scenario for him. But what you wrote sounds fairly plausible.


Bernd 04/29/2020 (Wed) 20:02:16 [Preview] No.36378 del
>>36376
way off topic, but, have you seen the postings of this mentally ill spam bot?
>>>/gfx/
http://endchan.org/.media/1a88cb1d53fb163edc44ba0db30a0059-textplain.txt
https://youtube.com/watch?v=AK8jyzVLYmM [Embed]


Bernd 04/29/2020 (Wed) 20:04:25 [Preview] No.36379 del
>>36378
check teh location of teh posted video too
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Bolwoningen&sp=EiG4AQHCARtDaElKNHhuU3RTSHV4a2NSVmFsc2poVTEtRFU%253D
one other
https://youtube.com/watch?v=OPbWJNhGVDU [Embed]


Bernd 04/29/2020 (Wed) 20:38:46 [Preview] No.36380 del
>>36378
Yeah I've seen those posts. But haven't checked the videos. Or tried to read those stuff. I think other boards got some posts as well.


Bernd 04/30/2020 (Thu) 05:45:45 [Preview] No.36383 del
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Some changes are coming here:
https://index.hu/english/2020/04/29/coronavirus_hungary_stay_at_home_order_partially_lifted/
I despise him for doing these announcements on Facebook. What's next, the e-adminstration moves to facebook? It's creating dangerous precedents. Let's just give the powers of the govt. to Facebook. Also many people (mostly the elderly) don't even fucking have facebook acc.
Anyway:
- Shops will have no limits on opening hours,
- Terraces and gardens of restaurants can open,
- Open-air beaches and baths can open,
- but wearing facemasks in stores and on public transportation (like in Budapest) will be compulsory nationwide.
- Shops are still only allowed to admit customers above the age of 65 between 9:00 AM and noon each day.
Today more details will come. I can't wait.


Bernd 04/30/2020 (Thu) 08:12:16 [Preview] No.36384 del
>>36383
Haha, Trump can reply on twitter.

In theory, it shouldn't spread too much if people are clean and sensible.


Bernd 04/30/2020 (Thu) 12:47:16 [Preview] No.36385 del
We are saved.


Bernd 04/30/2020 (Thu) 14:40:42 [Preview] No.36390 del
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>>36385
Hahaha, I thought he looked familiar so I looked it up.


Bernd 05/03/2020 (Sun) 19:20:08 [Preview] No.36511 del
Haha, sirry Americans!

>>36390
Nice.


Bernd 05/04/2020 (Mon) 15:36:43 [Preview] No.36530 del
>>36529
Use the this thread instead for covid discussions.
>public interest had died
Yeah, it gets boring after a while. For the vast majority of the people nothing happens. Maybe they know someone who knows someone. But that's not frightening enough, and the media can fan the hysteria just so long.

>>36410
It seems as if they bang on the table because they can.


Bernd 05/04/2020 (Mon) 16:19:30 [Preview] No.36531 del
I wore a mask today in the train. it feels useless and I was the only one, it's not compulsory in Switzerland, just when you go to the hair dresser. Nobody cared until I put on the mask.
Meanwhile Britain should overtake Italy as country with most deaths in Europe this week.


Bernd 05/04/2020 (Mon) 16:27:48 [Preview] No.36533 del
>>36531
The electric is about run out in my rented shit hole so I will be wearing my mask tomorrow on an expedition in the local shop.
I'm sure if anyone else had a mask, they would wear it.


Bernd 05/04/2020 (Mon) 17:04:54 [Preview] No.36534 del
>>36533
From today we have to wear masks in shops. Who the fuck has that many masks to discard it on daily basis. I think I heard about masks with changeable filters, but haven't checked.


Bernd 05/04/2020 (Mon) 18:04:26 [Preview] No.36535 del
>>36534
In Poland we are obliged to wear them almost everywhere oustide our own houses. I own 6 masks now. Two of them are made from some simple material but that's enough to not get me fined. The rest are medical stuff I got from friendly medical workers.
The ones from simple material I just put in boiling water every day. I wash them in washing machine once per weak.
The nurse who gave me the one medical mask told me I can just wash it by hand using warm water and simple soap, or I can just put it in washing machine just dont go over 60 degrees (or was it 40).
The two other mask the guy told me I can wash them using alcohol (I'm using 95% ethanol). The last mask fits badly on me so I'm not wearing it.
Anyway they said I can just keep washing and reusing them. I don't have to change any filter or anything and no one said I should get a new mask and get rid of those after some time.


Bernd 05/04/2020 (Mon) 18:52:17 [Preview] No.36537 del
>>36535
Some good tips. Thanks.


Bernd 05/04/2020 (Mon) 19:40:23 [Preview] No.36538 del
>>36537
Well then let me add another info. Dogtors say you shouldnt wear one mask for more than 4 hours. You'll notice the front of the mask will get wet from all the humidity coming from your mouth and that's really not very comfortable. So consider having enough mask prepared for your day. I'm using 2 or 3 on a work day and sometimes 1 for a weekend because I don't go out very often.

Breathing is hell and you will hate it too.


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 05:43:56 [Preview] No.36543 del
>>36538
When all this shit begin they talked about the usefulness of the masks, and they said it's good only for catching the exhaled stuff, but loses efficiency with every breath as it gets more moisture.


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 05:57:19 [Preview] No.36544 del
I still haven't worn a mask or even thought of buying one, a few people here are but most seem not to be. My uncle has taken my grandmothers sewing machine and is mass producing his own now though...


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 10:02:04 [Preview] No.36545 del
Apparently 80% of people have some degree of deviated septum. The septum is the barrier between your nostrils and when it is crooked it makes the nose crooked as well. This can also cause nose bleeding, loud breathing and difficulty sleeping on one side. I have been noticing that I have a slightly crooked neck and shoulder posture and I think this may be the cause of it. People say you should sleep on your side but probably sleeping on you back is better and some also put forth that view. It seems that the people advocating sleeping on the side are those looking at it from a respiratory point of view while the back fellows are looking at it through a posture point of view. One cannot have it all I guess.

Anyway I was just rambling.


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 14:06:47 [Preview] No.36546 del
>>36545
One can improve his posture during the day. People should sleep how they find it comfortable (ofc we can get used to positions), and we usually move around while we sleep. Bad posture is coming from bad sitting habits, stooping over desks, in front of the monitors. Muscles getting cramped, or stretched in the wrong places.
School is especially bad for our posture and for our physique in general. Our youth is the time of physical growth and instead we taking care how our bones, ligaments, muscles grow and form, instead cultivating good habits, we spend our youth malforming our body, and promoting idle sitting instead of the love of activity and exercise. We create unhealthy individuals generation after generation. It's a scandal.


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 15:48:07 [Preview] No.36548 del
>>36545
>>36545
>Apparently 80% of people have some degree of deviated septum.

Yeah I actually have that too. I just noticed it since I can't really breathe well through my nose sometimes

>>36546
The industrial revolution, etc etc


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 15:51:28 [Preview] No.36549 del
>>36548
What do you mean?


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 16:30:58 [Preview] No.36550 del
>>36544
I read an article recommending using vacuum cleaner filters for home made masks instead of using faulty chink masks.


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 17:08:36 [Preview] No.36552 del
>>36550
According to recent ordinance, they recommend wearing scarfs, kerchiefs, whatever beside surgical and other medical masks.
I think the rationale is, that the virus spreads from our mouths via drops, and the barriers should be enough to prevent this moisture getting into the air, or slow them down so they don't travel meters. They don't need to be able to filter virus sized stuff.


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 19:51:36 [Preview] No.36556 del
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>>36552
>they recommend wearing scarfs, kerchiefs

And discard them every few hours, if you don't want your "mask" being a dust collector with optional coronavirus inside. Reusable mask is more like element of style, a fashion item, not protection. I don't think that most people really clean it properly as required.

Anyway, it is pretty easy to make somewhat reliable single-use mask from any cloth. Take common nonwoven fabric that is sold for cleaning, take few layers, fold, cut - and mask is done.


Bernd 05/05/2020 (Tue) 20:13:48 [Preview] No.36558 del
>>36556
That explains it since it's fake.


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 01:38:56 [Preview] No.36564 del
>>36546
I think that doesn't help but that causes things like pelvic tilt and a slouched posture, I more refer to my neck and shoulder being off centre and how that could be caused by sleeping on one side all the time.


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 04:55:41 [Preview] No.36565 del
>>36549
>What do you mean?
>The industrial revolution and it's consequences have been a disaster for the human race

or somethings like that. A crazy dude saids that once


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 05:35:37 [Preview] No.36567 del
>>36565
That's crazy. The invention of making fire was the one with disastrous consequences.


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Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 05:43:48 [Preview] No.36569 del
>>36567
>>36568
Yeah lol

I'm just memeing right now.

But it looks like the site still has issues posting images right now


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 07:29:09 [Preview] No.36574 del
>>36565
Yeah I think it's one of those quotes that's posted everywere and now nobody knows the source


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 15:45:40 [Preview] No.36579 del
>>36565
>>36574
Ted Kaczynski/the "Unabomber" said that.


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 17:12:26 [Preview] No.36580 del
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>>36579
I see. Guess this meme I found makes sense now
It says ; Because of the damn industrial revolution he became a pickle


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 17:28:13 [Preview] No.36581 del
>>36580
Why does pickles sound so weird to me?

Pickles. It's such a particular word. It sounds so odd put just seems to roll of the tongue for some reason

Pickles I don't like how they taste though


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 17:48:00 [Preview] No.36582 del
>>36581
Sames with zokni.


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 20:36:44 [Preview] No.36586 del
>>36581
There is a word for it. Like when you repeat a word so many times it loses it's meaning and starts sounding strange.


Bernd 05/06/2020 (Wed) 21:14:15 [Preview] No.36587 del
Hmm. I read somewhere we're gonna have large scale testing. I can't find the sauce. Anyway they will order a bunch of people (decided by... randomly???) for mandatory testing to get a better picture of what's going on in the country.


Bernd 05/07/2020 (Thu) 13:23:22 [Preview] No.36591 del
>>36564
Do/did you carry your bag on one shoulder a lot?


Bernd 05/08/2020 (Fri) 14:45:09 [Preview] No.36605 del
https://energyandcleanair.org/air-pollution-deaths-avoided-in-europe-as-coal-oil-plummet/
Turns out the coronavirus epidemic is good for health.

Wanted to post a picrel, duckduckwent "healthy", got a bunch of food pics.


Bernd 05/09/2020 (Sat) 19:53:22 [Preview] No.36621 del
https://www.medievalists.net/2020/05/impact-justinianic-plague/
>The new findings from this paper suggest that given the variation in ecological and social patterns across the region (e.g., climate, population density), it is unlikely that a plague outbreak would have impacted all corners of the diverse empire equally.
B-but I would have thought exactly 50% of the local population died everywhere...
Fucking geniuses, ofc there had to be variation.
Anyway one more proofs, written sources shouldn't be taken as is, even if they are primary ones. Imagine a millennia later someone would pull out all the articles written about this recent epidemic, and would blindly accept everything as true...


Bernd 05/09/2020 (Sat) 20:42:33 [Preview] No.36622 del
>>36621
At least we know about the current pandemic and can deal with it rapidly. Must have been awful to have a plague during those times tbh


Bernd 05/10/2020 (Sun) 02:42:30 [Preview] No.36623 del
>>36622
Also our current pandemic is far more mild, it probably would not actually have done much to a medieval society(because very few were in the age bracket at risk anyway). It would not spread so much either, it's possible that such viruses did occur but were not even note worthy enough to write down(or they didn't even know).


Bernd 05/10/2020 (Sun) 08:09:49 [Preview] No.36627 del
>>36622
They knew about it too and tried to deal. Mostly on Galenic basis. Galen lived through the Antonine Plague, treating many cases, and he left his notes to the posterity. How effective was his treatments? Who knows. How effective our "treatment"? They don't do much in hospitals, just put peeps, who tired out and can't breath by themselves anymore, onto ventilators, but they just sit around and wait patience to get better. At least Galen was concerned about the general physical well being of the people. Now they don't even advise "lose weight fatsos". Otherwise they try to prevent the spread with quarantine. I think that was also known practice in the antiquity.

>>36623
The risk is due to the unhealthy state of the heart and such - due to being fat, lazy and weak. The older these unhealthy people are, the weaker they are, the more likely they end up dead.
The low median age of the medieval is a little misguiding, the high mortality rate of children weighs a lot in that. Ofc many other conditions could ensure lower life expectancy, but peeps back then could live 60-80 fine.


Bernd 05/10/2020 (Sun) 08:20:32 [Preview] No.36628 del
>>36627
It's true they could live that long but few did. Yes, not because of being unhealthy but they simply were likely to be impacted by something that modern medicine would cure. The older you get and the longer you live the higher the chance of this, you are effectively rolling the dice every year, yes you can live to 80 but few did.


Bernd 05/10/2020 (Sun) 08:23:05 [Preview] No.36629 del
>>36628
>few did
I would call that number many.


Bernd 05/10/2020 (Sun) 08:35:43 [Preview] No.36630 del
>>36629
Many did but per capita it's few.


Bernd 05/10/2020 (Sun) 09:09:30 [Preview] No.36632 del
>>36630
Because many kid died.


Bernd 05/10/2020 (Sun) 20:45:29 [Preview] No.36647 del
>>36622
>Must have been awful
how do we even know that so many people died

maybe its all bullcrap


Bernd 05/11/2020 (Mon) 12:11:42 [Preview] No.36665 del
>>26577
sorry for the 1 year late reply

yes its a psy op. or to put it in finer terms, hegelian dialectic. thesis antithesis, synthesis.

they need the opposition to go through with their plans.


Bernd 05/12/2020 (Tue) 19:13:05 [Preview] No.36699 del
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https://index.hu/belfold/2020/05/12/semmelweis_egyetem_koronavirus_szures_merkely_bela_pcr_teszt_torokvaladek_antitest/
The testing is going well:
- 17 778 peeps were planned to be tested;
- 8276 peeps were tested via throat swab sample as of now, 2 active positive;
- 1524 with blood sample, 9 post-illness positive.
Based on this partial result it can be concluded:
- number of active infected: 243 - 7230;
- number of recovered: 22 399 - 92 624.
The tests does not calculates with under 14, and those who are living in "retirement homes".
Infection rate is very low, but no herd immunity either.

>>36647
The article here >>36621 questions the contemporary narratives and suggests there weren't that many victims.


Bernd 05/16/2020 (Sat) 20:59:22 [Preview] No.36778 del
>>36699
Two days and this study ends.
https://index.hu/belfold/2020/05/16/orszagos_koronavirus-felmeres_merkely_bela_vegeredmeny/
They estimate about 40-88 thousand people could have infected, which is bout 0.6% of the country. In Spain this is 5%.
Some blahblah in the article, but one more thing is noteworthy. In Slovakia, they scrutinize every death, and they only classify those deaths covid deaths, where they find it was the direct cause. But here, they use a very broad sense, so basically anyone who had corona and died, is a covid death.


Bernd 05/16/2020 (Sat) 21:03:13 [Preview] No.36779 del
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>>36778
I mean Northern Hungary. Northern Hungary!


Bernd 05/21/2020 (Thu) 16:27:38 [Preview] No.36874 del
I see here and there in the news that the air became cleaner, such as waters, rivers for example on the Hungary. It seems just a couple of months reduction in pollution results in quite a notable changes.
And the weather. While February was quite warm for the season, as China stopped (then Italy, then the others) March and April instead of getting into constant 20+, as it did in prev years, were quite cool.
So maybe this pollution, global warming thing could be solved quite easily.
Partially. Heard in telly that - for example - on the Hungary biodiversity is a problem. It's very nice that we have great many more animals in some species, but there's only a couple of species where dozens should be. And the reason is the monoculture practices, both in agriculture and forestry.
All right this part has not much to do with health, I'm just rambling.


Bernd 05/21/2020 (Thu) 21:12:47 [Preview] No.36883 del
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>>36874

>And the weather. While February was quite warm for the season, as China stopped (then Italy, then the others) March and April instead of getting into constant 20+, as it did in prev years, were quite cool.
>So maybe this pollution, global warming thing could be solved quite easily.

Most of modern sources who adhere to "scientific" "consensus" about global warming say that it is already irreversible, and even if we stop everything, it would continue, just with lesser pace.

And even if they are wrong they wouldn't admit this because there is too much money invested already.


Bernd 05/22/2020 (Fri) 05:40:32 [Preview] No.36891 del
>>36883
I think after about a couple of month 90% of everyone would forget about it. And a year after that 99.9%.
Just during these months I read articles about corona which said contradictory statements with absolute certainty in the same news site within days from each other... Who cares.


Bernd 05/22/2020 (Fri) 22:43:59 [Preview] No.36908 del
Multiple sources say that Kadyrov has coronavirus and he is located in some Moscow hospital. Some recent rumors are about 70% lung damage so he'll be dead soon. Officials say that he is ok and everything is a lie though.

Few days ago he "asked" local (Chechen) doctors to "public apologize" after they said that there is heavy shortage of medical equipment in Chechnya. Of course they apologized on TV soon.


Bernd 05/23/2020 (Sat) 06:59:00 [Preview] No.36911 del
>>36908
In fact in Chechnya coronavirus strengthens the immune system, heals cancer, and gives free ice cream to children.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 13:22:03 [Preview] No.36950 del
5% of people have more than 2 nipples, what the hell. I'd never even heard of it yet 5% have it.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s004310050944


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 15:31:47 [Preview] No.36951 del
>>36950
Wait. Isn't Jefferson had three nipples from Married with Children?
Also Al's ideal woman has three tits. One on her back in case of slow dance.
Furthermore I seen three tits in Total Recall.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 15:32:27 [Preview] No.36952 del
>>36951
*didn't Jefferson have
What am I writing again.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 15:54:30 [Preview] No.36953 del
>>36950
I have three lmao. But it's not symmetrical, rather it's just a smaller one below my left one.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 16:00:50 [Preview] No.36954 del
>>36953
Isn't that just a mole or something?


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 16:02:40 [Preview] No.36956 del
>>36954
Maybe, but it looks different than any other mole I have.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 16:12:01 [Preview] No.36959 del
>>36956
It can always be cancer. Although I rather have an additional nipple.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 16:33:40 [Preview] No.36962 del
>>36959
I have it since my birth I think. Or at least as long as I can remember. No doctor ever paid any attention to it. Guess I'm just three nipple Bernd now.


Bernd 05/25/2020 (Mon) 16:35:44 [Preview] No.36963 del
>>36962
If you are 5%, then there should be at least 20 Bernds around. We need more peeps, to make the statistics true.


Bernd 05/26/2020 (Tue) 00:50:54 [Preview] No.36968 del
>>36951
I don't understand any of these references...

>>36953
I don't think they are symmetrical.


Bernd 05/26/2020 (Tue) 05:03:28 [Preview] No.36974 del
>>36968
You really should watch Married... with Children.
And Total Recall too, but the previous is mandatory.


Bernd 05/26/2020 (Tue) 19:53:36 [Preview] No.36986 del
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Japan and low covid.
https://index.hu/kulfold/2020/05/26/japan_koronavirus_japan_modell_fertozes_terjedes_abe_sinzo_gazdasag_valsag_jarvany/
This says in Japan was comparatively very successful handling the epidemic, despite they didn't have strict restrictions. What I found noteworthy in this article that in Japan, they didn't care if patients got covid or not, since there's no cure, the sick has to be and can only be treated as if they had "simple" pneumonia.
The article also talks about the depression, despite the swell handling of the epidemic, they got into the pit. Since it started in the last quarter of 2019... Again I have to say, the depression isn't caused by this, it was already incoming, it just really doesn't help.


Bernd 05/27/2020 (Wed) 00:44:24 [Preview] No.36992 del
>>36986
It makes sense that it would not hit Japan so hard. They pretty much already practice social distancing(well maybe not in trains) and are quite hygienic.


Bernd 05/27/2020 (Wed) 18:38:45 [Preview] No.37010 del
everything went better than expected. almost all restrictions will be lifted during the summer. people had paid holidays or at least could work from home. environment is saved. people are now super fit thanks to biking boom. Britain, USA, Brazil and other second and third world shitholes are fucked with economic crash and lots of dead people. no Asian tourists this summer in Europe, so no queues anywhere. people are afraid to use public transport, so I usually have a train car for myself. Now I hope EU and Schengen area will have a travel ban for Sweden, so Greta has to go to school.


Bernd 05/27/2020 (Wed) 18:58:31 [Preview] No.37012 del
>>37010
better than expected would be ww3 thou


Bernd 05/28/2020 (Thu) 00:27:20 [Preview] No.37031 del
>>37010
Maybe for rich Bergjuden like you, there's still that omnipresent upcoming vaccine.


Bernd 05/28/2020 (Thu) 20:11:55 [Preview] No.37043 del
>>37010
>I hope EU and Schengen area will have a travel ban for Sweden, so Greta has to go to school.
That would be something.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 02:31:46 [Preview] No.37110 del
Apparently bats caused Ebola and some other viruses as well. I found an article that says they have such a strong immune system that they can live with a virus and not really be effected by it.

https://www.discovermagazine.com/health/why-bats-are-breeding-grounds-for-deadly-diseases-like-ebola-and-sars


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 03:06:04 [Preview] No.37111 del
>>37110
More like the whole germ theory is fake, so it makes a good joke to make bats reoccur in their virus hoaxes.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 03:30:01 [Preview] No.37112 del
>>37111
Probably bats are fake as well, they are supposed to be the second largest order after Rodentia but when do you ever see them? I never do, how do we know they exist at all and that we are not just mistaking owls or other birds that fly at night for bats when we think we see bats?


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 03:39:12 [Preview] No.37113 del
>>37112
>Probably bats are fake as well, they are supposed to be the second largest order after Rodentia but when do you ever see them? I never do, how do we know they exist at all and that we are not just mistaking owls or other birds that fly at night for bats when we think we see bats?
That's an appeal to ridicule. The germ theory is an actual flawed theory of science and you're classifying it with this nutcase-like belief.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 05:27:29 [Preview] No.37114 del
>>37112
I do see them. Not frequently but quite a few times per year, usually during summer. Their flight pattern is differ from birds', and they come out to a round when most birds hid already. Once one was even above our door hanging out. Neat little guy/gal, I like bats.


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 19:56:08 [Preview] No.37132 del
>>37113
>actual flawed theory of science
its never been proven

EVER

the faggot pasteur tried his whole life to prove it but he failed miserably


Bernd 06/02/2020 (Tue) 20:18:53 [Preview] No.37134 del
>>37132
How do phytopathogenic fungi spread from one plant to another?


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 01:31:59 [Preview] No.37137 del
>>37134
Intoxinated insects, has nothing to do with germs. I already told you.


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 11:36:39 [Preview] No.37144 del
>>37137
Is coffee rust a nonliving toxin injected by an insect, and if not, how does it spread?


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 13:41:28 [Preview] No.37145 del
>>37144
>Is coffee rust a nonliving toxin injected by an insect
Yes it is.


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 14:49:40 [Preview] No.37146 del
>>37145
Then why does the infected host always have the same fungus? What is the fungus doing? Why is is that if I rub material with the fungus on a healthy plant with zero contact with insects, it develops coffee rust?


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 15:08:25 [Preview] No.37147 del
>>37146
>What is the fungus doing?
Detox, because the leaf is intoxicated.
>Why is is that if I rub material with the fungus on a healthy plant with zero contact with insects, it develops coffee rust?
So fungi is rubbed on the leaf to develop coffee rust? Pathogens supposedly spread through the air where you never notice. That's literally not what's going on.
Anyways, the fungi's role in it appears to be a detox reaction, while the intoxication of the leaf is caused by insects carrying it.


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 16:35:21 [Preview] No.37149 del
>>37147
>So fungi is rubbed on the leaf to develop coffee rust?
Yes, and it develops as much coffee rust as the infected leaf you extracted it from even though you only use a tiny amount of actual fungal material. If you extract snake poison from someone bit by a snake and apply it in a healthy individual, the healthy individual will not have as strong symptoms as the original individual. Maybe poison can cause chain reactions but overall you'd expect nonliving toxins to have a much greater proportionality between quantity of contaminant/severity of symptoms compared to a parasite, which replicates itself. What you see in the healthy coffee leaves is a lot of rust with only a tiny quantity of contaminant. And not only that, but the contaminant are the signs of the fungi, so you have to assume that all of the symptoms developed by the healthy plant came from whatever quantity of toxin entered the fungus, was not yet decontaminated and got into its reproductive tissue.

Besides, that creates more questions about the fungi. By what you postulate it should be possible to have coffee rust without any of the fungi, though that is never observed. What is observed is that it only lives through that detox reaction as it only ever appears where there's coffee rust, and as much of it appears as there are symptoms. But how does it get to a leaf with the toxin? You've already ruled out known transmission methods. You could say it was laying dormant in the leaf, but if you grow 10 new coffee bushes from the first one's seeds, all of the leaves of all of the new bushes exhibit the same behavior when contaminated. Thus the fungi on the first bush had to be metabolically active, reproducing itself. Yet it couldn't be because observably it's only active wherever there's coffee rust.
Does the fungi come with the toxin itself and both of them were previously within the insect? Can you chemically identify the toxin? Can you identify the insect? Is the occurrence of coffee rust lower in areas subject to measures which do insect control but don't affect fungi? If you do identify the insect and control it you'd also extinguish coffee rust, that would be lucrative and there'd be a lot of demand for it.


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 18:41:03 [Preview] No.37151 del
>>37149
>Yes
Rubbed by whom? Does some anonymous man just go around and rub fungi on leaves and is that how it "pathogenically" spreads? Mind you, the fungi doesn't come with the toxin, nor does the leaf. All fungi are used for detox procedures, in this case when a insect goes and shits on a leaf, they're not damaging pathogens.


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 18:50:55 [Preview] No.37155 del
>>37151
>Rubbed by whom?
I understand this is a "let's say" hypothetical situation, en example.
Here >>37146 he writes:
>if I rub material with the fungus on a healthy plant with zero contact with insects


Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 19:02:46 [Preview] No.37162 del
>>37151
>Rubbed by whom?
Rubbed in a laboratory to inoculate the disease in a healthy plant. I've seen it done with coffee rust. That is a step of determining that a species is the pathogen, if you spread it from a contaminated to a healthy host and it develops the disease you have part of the confirmation.
>Does some anonymous man just go around and rub fungi on leaves and is that how it "pathogenically" spreads?
No, they spread by known means such as air.
>Mind you, the fungi doesn't come with the toxin
Then where does it come from? I've already shown it can't have just been waiting on the leaf.
>All fungi are used for detox procedures
How do they get to the leaf where the toxin is, in order to do their detox procedure? Why don't we see leaves where the toxin is, there are all of the symptoms, but the fungi is nowhere to be found?


Bernd 06/04/2020 (Thu) 00:49:18 [Preview] No.37204 del
>>37162
>Rubbed in a laboratory to inoculate the disease in a healthy plant. I've seen it done with coffee rust. That is a step of determining that a species is the pathogen, if you spread it from a contaminated to a healthy host and it develops the disease you have part of the confirmation.
That's an experiment, not natural.
>No, they spread by known means such as air.
Whatever way they do spread or if they are dormant, fungi still aren't infectious. That's the point I'm making here.


Bernd 06/04/2020 (Thu) 02:12:16 [Preview] No.37206 del
>>37204
>That's an experiment, not natural.
You have a theoretical model with certain implications for what is observed empirically, and that includes experiments. If you're right, certain things would always happen in the experiments. That they don't is relevant and you have to answer my questions.
>Whatever way they do spread or if they are dormant
"Whatever", so you can't explain anything, carry out your premises to their logical conclusions and compare with what is empirically observed.


Bernd 06/04/2020 (Thu) 06:11:22 [Preview] No.37209 del
>>37206
>what is observed empirically
>what is empirically observed.
How does that confirm fungi are harmful?


Bernd 06/04/2020 (Thu) 12:19:04 [Preview] No.37222 del
>>37209
Fungi being harmful and spreading through known means explains what is empirically observed better than your theory, which can't even offer an explanation.
Inoculation of very small quantities of fungal reproductive tissue produces disproportionate symptoms, this is explained as the living parasite expanding itself. I gave you a possible explanation but it's not as strong.
The diseases never appear without the fungus, which is only natural given the established causal relationship, but given you reverse the relationship -the disease causes the fungal signs- then it should be possible to have the disease alone.
Generations of thousands of healthy plants, completely devoid of both the disease and the fungus, can go before the two show up in one plant. If the fungus causes the disease this is easy to understand. If, on the other hand, it just shows up where the disease is and was laying on the plant, there are only questions and contradictions with what's observed.
This means the fungus was metabolically active, getting energy from somewhere, and reproducing itself so it would be positioned within each of the thousands of plants. But where was it getting its energy from, the plant itself? You do have to explain that. And why does nobody find the fungus in healthy plants, given how it must, by what your postulate, be in every single healthy plant?

Alternatively the fungi come from outside the healthy plant. This still means they have a metabolism elsewhere. However, if both the fungi and the disease come from outside and the disease never appears without the fungi, then they necessarily came in together. You said the disease are toxins from insects, then the fungi are necessarily from the insects too, and have a metabolism within them. It'd also mean there'd be an observable relationship between insect control and fungal disease control. But you discarded this.

The only alternative you're left with is that the fungi are spreading through the established means of germ theory, they just aren't harmful. But if harmless things spread this way, harmful things can, too.


Bernd 06/04/2020 (Thu) 14:27:19 [Preview] No.37224 del
>>37222
>Fungi being harmful
>empirically observed
And how is that observed?
>The diseases never appear without the fungus
Because the "diseases" visible on plants are simply a result of the detox reaction from a dormant fungus.
>the disease causes the fungal signs- then it should be possible to have the disease alone.
But if the fungus was dormant, then it shouldn't be possible unless this disease is isolated, which it never has been, since Pasteur's theory is universally held and it's just explained as being caused by the fungus to begin with.
>This means the fungus was metabolically active, getting energy from somewhere, and reproducing itself so it would be positioned within each of the thousands of plants. But where was it getting its energy from, the plant itself?
From the plant, if they can also supposedly get their energy from insects etc., then why not plants?
>And why does nobody find the fungus in healthy plants, given how it must, by what your postulate, be in every single healthy plant?
Nobody find the fungus? What, are they on a scavenger hunt for fungi and they can't find it?
>the disease never appears without the fungi, then they necessarily came in together
Assuming they're not dormant or that the fungus doesn't go through a detox procedure and that it really is "fungal disease control", which just assumes the germ theory.


Bernd 06/04/2020 (Thu) 14:43:20 [Preview] No.37225 del
>>37224
>And how is that observed?
Even with your eyes.
>Nobody find the fungus? What, are they on a scavenger hunt for fungi and they can't find it?
I'm not on a scavenger hunt for lichens and I still see them, they're visible to the naked eye. So do the signs -unambiguously fungal tissue- of a number of fungi. What you postulate is easily verifiable.
>Because the "diseases" visible on plants are simply a result of the detox reaction from a dormant fungus.
If the fungus is dormant, it isn't reproducing. If it isn't reproducing, it isn't getting to all of the plant's offspring, and the offspring's offspring and so on. Yet the offspring's offspring's offspring, maybe thousands of plants, still exhibit the same reaction, which would require the fungus, too, to grow by the thousands, and hence, be metabolically active. So dormancy is ruled out, plain and simple.
>From the plant, if they can also supposedly get their energy from insects etc., then why not plants?
If they were metabolically active then sooner or later their signs would show up and you'd see that with your eyes. But they don't.
Besides, if they are getting their energy from the plant, then it might by symbiosis but just as well might be parasitism. There's no law stating parasitism is impossible.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 00:23:13 [Preview] No.37236 del
>>37225
>with your eyes
With mine? Explain how.
>they're visible to the naked eye
"Visible" during their detox process. What does the fungus itself look like?
>If the fungus is dormant, it isn't reproducing
How can they not reproduce?
>If they were metabolically active then sooner or later their signs would show up and you'd see that with your eyes.
Their signs are visible to the naked eye during their detox procedure.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 00:53:26 [Preview] No.37238 del
>>37236
>Explain how.
If you typed this you know how to use your eyes.
>"Visible" during their detox process.
Visible when they emit signs.
>What does the fungus itself look like?
The signs are easily visible. For a better look into its structure you can use a microscope.
>How can they not reproduce?
Because they're dormant, not metabolically active. If they're multiplying at an extremely fast rate, and they necessarily must if they come from within the plant, they are increasing their biomass.
>Their signs are visible to the naked eye during their detox procedure.
Why only during the "detox procedure"? They're reproductive tissue. If it's metabolically active it will reproduce and propagate itself.
Besides, what purpose do they hold? What's the point of having all those spores if they cannot possibly ever propagate through the air, water, contact, vectors, etc.?


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 04:26:16 [Preview] No.37239 del
>>37238
>If you typed this you know how to use your eyes.
I never saw it, and even if I did I wouldn't really get how it's harmful and it's not detox, as I've already said.
>Visible when they emit signs.
Yes, during a detox procedure.
>The signs are easily visible. For a better look into its structure you can use a microscope.
During a detox procedure, and you're not exactly carrying a microscope with you at all times, are you?
>Because they're dormant, not metabolically active. If they're multiplying at an extremely fast rate, and they necessarily must if they come from within the plant, they are increasing their biomass.
Then they reproduce outside of the plant, but they still get into a plant dormant and unharmful.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 05:09:39 [Preview] No.37240 del
>>37239
>I never saw it
Now you have.
>Then they reproduce outside of the plant, but they still get into a plant dormant and unharmful.
And how do they get into the plant?

You need to think further about inoculation. I've given you the example of taking fungal material from an infected leaf, applying it on a healthy leaf and the disease spreads. In your theory, of course, what actually happened was that the nonliving toxin was also within the fungal material and it was what infected the healthy leaf. There's the problem of contaminant/symptom disproportionality but you don't care.
However, consider this other scenario: you remove fungal material from a diseased plant, but this fungus can be grown on Petri dishes. You isolate it and grow colonies. In the course of this isolation you already take only a very small number of cells and grow your colonies from them. You can further isolate if you want. The point is, in the colonies you're growing there's almost nothing from the source material. You can safely say that the nonliving toxin is absent, or in homeopathic quantities. It's a non-factor. You have the fungus alone, no toxin.

What happens if you retrieve this fungus, devoid of the toxin that causes disease, and inoculate into a healthy plant? You now have a plant with the fungus, but without the toxin. And what happens? It develops the disease. Sounds conclusive to me.

This isn't simply hypothetical. On this paper this is done very casually. See:
>P. digitatum and P. italicum isolates were obtained from decayed orange (Citrus sinensis ‘‘Washington navel’’) and mandarin (Citrus reticulata)
So the source is a diseased plant.
>Prior to each experiment, the isolates were grown on potato dextrose agar
So you have the fungi alone with no toxin.
>P. digitatum and P. italicum spore suspensions (10^6 spores per ml) were inoculated by using the spot, wound, and piercing inoculation methods as in the in vitro studies described above. Each orange was inoculated at three sites around the stem end (7). The inoculated oranges were incubated at 25 C for 24 h in plastic boxes to let the inoculums dry.
Healthy plants are inoculated with the pure fungi. No toxins.
Then they get the disease. You can't explain this.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 07:40:47 [Preview] No.37243 del
>>37240
>And how do they get into the plant?
They probably work parasitically.
>So the source is a diseased plant.
>So you have the fungi alone with no toxin.
If it was attained from a diseased plant, it couldn't have been pure fungi, there had to have been toxins coming over from it.
Just another note, coffee rust is NEVER reported in history until 1869, after the industrial revolution reached Sri Lanka. These toxins are likely to have their source in industrial elements, which correlates with the beginning of coffee blight, otherwise it would've been reported long before that, as coffee production in Sri Lanka dates back at least a century before that.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 10:47:36 [Preview] No.37245 del
>>37243
>They probably work parasitically.
That's what I'm telling you. It is harmful and disease-causing because it is a parasite.
You haven't answered my question, though. How do they get into the plant? Do they have teleportation?
>If it was attained from a diseased plant, it couldn't have been pure fungi, there had to have been toxins coming over from it.
The splotches you see on the Petri dish are grown from just a handful of cells. It's a massive dillution. Further and further and further dillutions can be done. You can dillute and dillute and dillute and dillute ad infinitum and your inoculation will be the same. The inoculation process may involve actual dillution in water. You might as well believe in homeopathy.
Further, the contaminant/symptom problem comes back to haunt you. Why does this homeopathic quantity of toxin, if there is toxin at all, have the same disease-causing effectiveness as the comparatively gargantuan dose the insect must have originally inserted? That only reinforces that the disease is alive.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 11:36:46 [Preview] No.37246 del
>>37245
>harmful(...) because it is a parasite.
But parasites aren't bad, in humans they eat decaying tissue. The fungi in coffe rust just operates parasitically. Thus this has nothing to do with the germ theory, it claims that pathogens transmit through the air. I'm not claiming that parasites and fungi are pathogens or infectious in any ways, I'm saying that they help.
>The splotches you see on the Petri dish are grown from just a handful of cells. It's a massive dillution. Further and further and further dillutions can be done. You can dillute and dillute and dillute and dillute ad infinitum and your inoculation will be the same. The inoculation process may involve actual dillution in water. You might as well believe in homeopathy.
What does this have anything to do with what I said?
>Why does this homeopathic quantity of toxin, if there is toxin at all, have the same disease-causing effectiveness as the comparatively gargantuan dose the insect must have originally inserted?
Quantity is irrelevant in the equation, presence of these toxins must all cause a similar reaction.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 12:04:36 [Preview] No.37247 del
>>37246
>But parasites aren't bad
Some parasitic fungi kill off the host cells to feast on the dead matter, doesn't sound like a good thing to me.
>Thus this has nothing to do with the germ theory, it claims that pathogens transmit through the air.
Where do the fungi come from? You say they don't come from the plant (but reject every single possible entrance method), then say they do come from the plant and live parasitically.
>What does this have anything to do with what I said?
That it has little to none of your "toxin".
If you repeat the isolation 20 times there probably isn't a single molecule of it in the material you'll use for inoculation.
>Quantity is irrelevant in the equation, presence of these toxins must all cause a similar reaction.
It's not irrelevant, it should be proportional to the dose. Extremely low doses should have no effect.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 13:01:23 [Preview] No.37248 del
>>37247
>Some parasitic fungi kill off the host cells to feast on the dead matter, doesn't sound like a good thing to me.
What "host cells"? They're only getting rid of wasteful material in the body.
>Where do the fungi come from? You say they don't come from the plant (but reject every single possible entrance method), then say they do come from the plant and live parasitically.
Perhaps they come from outside but live inside, either way they're not harmful.
>That it has little to none of your "toxin".
It's hard to isolate toxins, the way to get rid of it is detox which germ theory denies. Again, these "toxins" I'm talking about all come from fumes that contaminate natural life, caused by the industrial revolution. Uncoincidentally, coffee ruts only appears after the industrial revolution was introduced.
>It's not irrelevant, it should be proportional to the dose. Extremely low doses should have no effect.
How so? Extremely low doses of anything always causes a reaction, like how extremely low amounts of an actual disease are used in vaccines, regardless of whether it's good or not. By your logic, vaccines should be useless as they contain only extremely low amounts of the disease.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 13:10:24 [Preview] No.37249 del
>>37248
>What "host cells"? They're only getting rid of wasteful material in the body.
"Wasteful material" such as entire fruits colonized.
>It's hard to isolate toxins
I can take a single cell from, say, a billion cell colony (1 billionth of the total toxin in the colony), grow a colony, take a single cell from it (1 billionth of a billionth), grow a colony from it and so on.
>Extremely low doses of anything always causes a reaction
There's a proportionality. Water is toxic if you drink enough of it, doesn't mean a glass will cause a toxic reaction. At the very least the disease from extremely low toxin doses would be lighter, but there's not the slightest hint of that.
With living beings it's different because they can replicate and expand. A single bacterial cell can grow into a massive colony, a single drop of toxin will remain a single drop.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 13:25:03 [Preview] No.37250 del
>>37249
>entire fruits colonized
And what fruits exactly?
>I can take a single cell from, say, a billion cell colony (1 billionth of the total toxin in the colony), grow a colony, take a single cell from it (1 billionth of a billionth), grow a colony from it and so on.
How exactly do you "take a cell"? You can't just pick from them, they're supposedly invisible. Either way, they're all going to be toxic because they're all exposed to these fumes.
>Water is toxic if you drink enough of it, doesn't mean a glass will cause a toxic reaction.
Analysing the real effects of the overconsumption of water is for another time, but with just some small toxic elements in a glass of water, you will experience a toxic reaction.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 13:52:01 [Preview] No.37251 del
>>37250
>And what fruits exactly?
Oranges and mandarins, such as that mold.
>How exactly do you "take a cell"?
Using isolation methods (e.g. streaking) you get a Petri dish with only a few colonies. In fact, when doing dillutions of bacteria in water to quantify bacterial concentrations, it is possible to do too many dillutions and get too few colonies. Each colony came from a single mother cell, maybe a small number, but it grows by many orders of magnitude by assimilating the culture medium it's on. Hence each colony is a "cell you've taken". That's roughly how you quantify bacterial concentration, you assume each colony is a single cell that was in the drop of water you used and relate the number of cells/volume.
Hence it is what I've described, a "billionth", there's almost nothing of the original material with the toxin. All of the cells save for one or a very small group, in a colony with an order of magnitude of cells, have not been exposed to the "fumes", nor did the biomass they're made of, which comes from the culture medium. Then you can repeat this and repeat ad infinitum.
>but with just some small toxic elements in a glass of water, you will experience a toxic reaction
You don't get a toxic reaction from toxic-based homeopathy, even in the higher concentrations that do actually contain the dilluted material. But when a toxic reaction does take place, it is related to the dose. With living being this relationship isn't as strong because they reproduce and expand, but nonliving toxins should follow this closer.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 14:02:00 [Preview] No.37252 del
>>37251
>Oranges and mandarins, such as that mold.
Result of GMOs, didn't arise naturally.
>Hence it is what I've described, a "billionth", there's almost nothing of the original material with the toxin. All of the cells save for one or a very small group, in a colony with an order of magnitude of cells, have not been exposed to the "fumes", nor did the biomass they're made of, which comes from the culture medium. Then you can repeat this and repeat ad infinitum.
But they have as they're simply the same cells isolated, thus they'd generate the same reaction.
>You don't get a toxic reaction from toxic-based homeopathy, even in the higher concentrations that do actually contain the dilluted material. But when a toxic reaction does take place, it is related to the dose. With living being this relationship isn't as strong because they reproduce and expand, but nonliving toxins should follow this closer.
Toxic reactions take place all the time among humans, which is why we require detox (done by fungi/parasites and bacteria).


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 14:12:05 [Preview] No.37253 del
>>37252
>But they have as they're simply the same cells isolated, thus they'd generate the same reaction.
They're not the same cells isolated. At the center of the colony is the cell you've isolated, surrounding it are a billion cells that developed from it using uncontaminated material. At most you can say the toxin spread to the other billion cells, but then you get a dillution of a billion times.
And you can do this again and again.
The toxin is a molecule or grouping of molecules, which means it is not infinitely divisible. Thus, just homeopathy is provably water, it should be possible to calculate and execute a sufficient number of isolations to mathematically and chemically be certain that not a single molecule from the original cell is present in the cells of a final colony. This colony, then, beyond a doubt is absolutely pure.
>Toxic reactions take place all the time among humans
Homeopathy, if not coming from shady Indian laboratories, causes no toxic reactions in humans. No beneficial reactions, either, as it literally is overpriced water.
When a nonliving toxin does cause a reaction, it is proportional to the dose, which is what you ignore again and again. The same toxin can be harmful in one dose and deadly in another. This should apply to your elusive "fumes", which have a stronger impact on the plant with stronger doses.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 14:29:33 [Preview] No.37254 del
>>37253
>surrounding it are a billion cells that developed from it using uncontaminated material
How could all those cells have remained uncontaminated?
>molecules
Molecules are metaphysical entities, they do not really exist. Plant cells are actual physical entities that can be seen under a microscope, and toxins, a result of fumes from industrial factories physically enter and dilute them.
>Homeopathy, if not coming from shady Indian laboratories, causes no toxic reactions in humans. No beneficial reactions, either, as it literally is overpriced water.
Then shady Indian labouratories are the ones getting it right, because even small amounts of toxin do cause toxic reactions, they simply have to.
>When a nonliving toxin does cause a reaction, it is proportional to the dose, which is what you ignore again and again. The same toxin can be harmful in one dose and deadly in another. This should apply to your elusive "fumes", which have a stronger impact on the plant with stronger doses.
Even if this were the case, all these fumes are going to spread throughout billions of plant cells; again, they simply cannot be isolated.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 14:41:34 [Preview] No.37256 del
>>37254
>How could all those cells have remained uncontaminated?
Dillution. Billionth of a billionth of a billionth of a billionth.
>Molecules are metaphysical entities, they do not really exist
And now you're denying atoms.
>Then shady Indian labouratories are the ones getting it right, because even small amounts of toxin do cause toxic reactions, they simply have to.
They're not "getting it right", they're doing a small dillution. There's homeopathic lead. It is prepared from actual lead, just very dilluted. According to you it HAS to cause lead poisoning. But it doesn't! You annihilate yourself when you say "they simply have to".
>Even if this were the case, all these fumes are going to spread
They're going to spread, not going to replicate themselves.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 14:57:34 [Preview] No.37257 del
>>37256
>Dillution. Billionth of a billionth of a billionth of a billionth.
And you're saying that somehow they can avoid all these fumes from factories? Again, plant cells are physical properties, they're all going to get affected.
>And now you're denying atoms.
There is no provable thing as an atom. It's a metaphysical property that chemists pretended was real science back in the 19th century. Before that, it was seen as completely fictional.
> There's homeopathic lead. It is prepared from actual lead, just very dilluted. According to you it HAS to cause lead poisoning. But it doesn't!
It doesn't cause lead poisoning, it still causes a toxic reaction from the body. Nobody would go through it unscathed.
>They're going to spread, not going to replicate themselves.
So these toxic fumes can only spread to one plant cell at a time?


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 15:00:38 [Preview] No.37258 del
>>37114
I know I was joking. My cat caught one once, I tried to nurse it back to health but it died. If I stand outside at night and be quite and still, I can hear and feel what I think could be bats flying around and sonaring. They would be difficult to photograph, I guess I would have to find where they live and go there and then I could obtain evidence that they exist.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 15:09:52 [Preview] No.37259 del
>>37257
>And you're saying that somehow they can avoid all these fumes from factories?
You said it was from insects, then from factories. You don't really believe in anything. Orange mold was colonizing entire oranges when the Danes were still in tribal life.
>So these toxic fumes can only spread to one plant cell at a time?
If there's x toxin, 1 billion cells and the toxin spreads equally each cell will have x/1 billion. It will not have x. The total quantity of toxin remains the same.
>It doesn't cause lead poisoning, it still causes a toxic reaction from the body.
So you distinguish between levels of effect, "toxic reaction" and "lead poisioning", one is stronger, and it's caused by a stronger dose. So you admit there's a dose-effect relation. Apply this to plant disease. A stronger dose has a different effect from a lighter dose. The insect or the fumes give a strong dose. Inoculation from a colony gives an orders of magnitude lighter dose. You must conclude they have a different effect. However the effect is observably pretty much the same.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 15:12:50 [Preview] No.37260 del
>>37258
Bats just love a nice ripe jackfruit. Lure them in for a photo.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 15:40:25 [Preview] No.37262 del
>>37259
>You said it was from insects, then from factories. You don't really believe in anything.
I never said it wasn't from insects. I claimed that insects are intoxicated by the fumes and then easily spread them to plants when making contact, which they do quite a lot in-fact. Now you're trying to claim I'm inconsistent.
>Orange mold was colonizing entire oranges when the Danes were still in tribal life.
Is there any proof for this? Oranges are a relatively recent fruit, they never even existed in their current state until the colonial period, right around the corner when it comes to the time the industrial revolution began.
>If there's x toxin, 1 billion cells and the toxin spreads equally each cell will have x/1 billion. It will not have x. The total quantity of toxin remains the same.
And what makes you assume the amount of toxicity has to be divided? Either they're intoxicated equally in a small amount, or they're intoxicated in varying small amounts. What makes you think that?
>the effect is observably pretty much the same.
The "effect" is a result of the fungus's detox procedure. An equivalent for men is not the actual effect of a toxic reaction or lead poisoning alone, but a detox procedure after that, with bacteria or fungi/parasites. Malaria for example, it's caused by a mosquito carrying a parasite, but it itself is actually a detox procedure.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 15:53:38 [Preview] No.37263 del
I'm curious. What are toxins? Examples? How do they fit into the metabolism of bacteria and fungi? How the detoxification is going down? What happens with the toxins?


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 16:05:54 [Preview] No.37264 del
>>37262
>I claimed that insects are intoxicated by the fumes and then easily spread them to plants when making contact
And absent human presence, there are no plant diseases at all?
>And what makes you assume the amount of toxicity has to be divided?
The toxin is the cause of disease. The toxin has a quantity, a mass, concentration, etc. Everywhere substances are observed to change their biological effect, including toxicity, according to dose. One concentration of snake poison does not have the exact same biological effect as another concentration. You yourself accept this in the case of lead, the different quantity, high in one case and zero (but tiny in your case as you deny atoms) in homeopathy, has a different impact, the higher quantity's is stronger. The quantity of lead got divided and so did the strength of its effect.

>The "effect" is a result of the fungus's detox procedure
No it isn't. The "effect" I'm talking about are the symptoms and damage i.e. something the toxin, and exclusively the toxin, cause. It is pretty much the same. If you do the isolation and then inoculate material from a colony into a healthy orange tree, in due time the fruits will rot and be rendered completely useless, that is the effect I'm talking about.
>Malaria for example, it's caused by a mosquito carrying a parasite
Which parasite? Give me its name.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 16:09:46 [Preview] No.37265 del
>>37263
To give a really quick rundown, toxins as I'm talking about them are essentially fumes from industrial waste or other elements that is messed up with plants and other organisms, and thus infects them. Toxins are the cause of disease, not bacteria or fungi, which go through a detox procedure to remove them, primarily by decomposing wasteful material in the body. Germ theory holds that bacteria and viruses are the causes of disease, and thus they must be destroyed with antibacterials and drugs (not even mentioning vaccines), all extremely harmful to the human body as it prevents this industrial junk from being decomposed.
Pre-industrial diseases are similar, with plagues often being caused by elements within coal if not typical poisonings and nutrient deficiencies.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 16:19:00 [Preview] No.37266 del
>>37264
>And absent human presence, there are no plant diseases at all?
No, but there are and the consequences of the industrial revolution have left their mark for the time being.
>The toxin is the cause of disease. The toxin has a quantity, a mass, concentration, etc. Everywhere substances are observed to change their biological effect, including toxicity, according to dose. One concentration of snake poison does not have the exact same biological effect as another concentration. You yourself accept this in the case of lead, the different quantity, high in one case and zero (but tiny in your case as you deny atoms) in homeopathy, has a different impact, the higher quantity's is stronger. The quantity of lead got divided and so did the strength of its effect.
So it's limited in size?
>exclusively the toxin
Now what are you talking about? I never said that it's exclusively caused by the toxin, I'm saying that the effect of coffee rust being identical is explained via it being a detox procedure by the fungus in specific, like malaria within humans by its parasite.
>Which parasite? Give me its name.
Plasmodium parasites, which cleans the blood-stream in a detox procedure via targeting contaminated red-blood-cells.


Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 16:23:40 [Preview] No.37267 del
>>37266
>So it's limited in size?
In quantity. Less lead, less damage from lead. Less toxic fumes, less damage from toxic fumes. Observably, however, less toxic fumes has no impact whatsoever on damage from toxic fumes. This might suggest toxic fumes are not to blame.


Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 13:58:32 [Preview] No.37281 del
>>37267
And how can this work outside of the atomic theory? Can't it have a massive range of spread instead of individually infecting cells according to its quantity?


Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 14:26:59 [Preview] No.37282 del
>>37281
You deny that atoms exist, you don't deny that grams and milimeters exist.


Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 15:14:58 [Preview] No.37284 del
>>37282
>You deny that atoms exist, you don't deny that grams and milimeters exist.
False equivalency, grams and millimetres are simply small units of measurements, there's a whole different aspect to atoms, that they form crap or whatever. Atoms are again, metaphysical entities by definition, before the late 19th century the atomic theory was seen as completely fictional.
>The idea that matter is made up of discrete units is a very old idea, appearing in many ancient cultures such as Greece and India. The word atomos, meaning "uncuttable", was coined by the ancient Greek philosophers Leucippus and his pupil Democritus (5th century BC).[1][2][3][4] However, these ancient ideas were based on metaphysical reasoning rather than empirical evidence.
>the idea
>idea
>idea
>idea


Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 16:06:54 [Preview] No.37285 del
>>37284
>grams and millimetres are simply small units of measurements
Yes. And there is a quantitative dimension to the biological effects of substances, you yourself admit this. 0,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 g of lead has a different biological effect than 1 g of lead. You yourself have said this. Likewise, 0,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 g of toxic fumes, which is what you should find in inoculation material taken from the colonies, must produce a different damage on leaves than 1 g of toxic fumes.
But they don't, and you have yet to explain why.


Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 16:32:08 [Preview] No.37287 del
>>37285
Once again, you deflect. I'm not talking about the effects of the toxins themselves aside from howw how they have a similar detox reaction with the fungus, similar to the "disease" of malaria among humans, also caused by a parasite. There is always going to be a similar detox reaction, so even if humans feel that they're not getting poisoned, if they undergo some sort of detox procedure, they're virtually going through a similar reaction (esp. when eating raw meat, because it contains bacteria; although the germ theory explains this as raw meat being bad, it's actually just undergoing another detox procedure)


Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 17:37:41 [Preview] No.37288 del
>>37287
>I'm not talking about the effects of the toxins themselves
I am talking about the effects of the toxins themselves.
>so even if humans feel that they're not getting poisoned
So 0,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 g is exactly as harmful as 1 g of lead? Lead poisoning is not a "feeling", it is objective, observable damage. So is the damage plants suffer from disease. If it isn't exactly as harmful, then the same applies to the toxic fumes.


Bernd 06/07/2020 (Sun) 16:47:21 [Preview] No.37419 del
>>37288
>I am talking about the effects of the toxins themselves.
Unless you're specifically talking about the fungal reaction to it, then that's irrelevant to my claim and you're thus strawmanning.


Bernd 06/07/2020 (Sun) 17:41:00 [Preview] No.37420 del
>>37419
It is completely relevant to your claim because your entire theory simply cannot explain it. Your theory necessarily predicts that certain things will occur, but they observably do not.
If I apply 1 g of mercury to a human there is damage.
If I apply 0,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 g of mercury you can say "something happened" but the damage observed for 1 g is nowhere to be found.
If I apply 1 g of "toxic fumes" to an orange it will suffer damage, a small spot of soft, unuseable material will expand to the entire fruit and render it worthless. This is an actual harmful impact, not a fungal reaction. The fungal reaction is the fungus visibly growing on the fruit and releasing its signs. It is not the loss of the whole fruit because that's what the toxin did. Fungi cannot ever be harmful.
If I apply 0,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 g of "toxic fumes" to an orange, as the origin of damage functions in the same manner as mercury, it should also not have the same damage as 1 g. Yet it does.


Bernd 06/07/2020 (Sun) 19:34:12 [Preview] No.37423 del
>>37420
>If I apply 0,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 g of "toxic fumes"
Are gasses measured in grams now? Give me a break. So you're just continuing to deflect from the argument that the signs of coffee rust is a reaction from the fungi
>The fungal reaction is the fungus visibly growing on the fruit and releasing its signs. It is not the loss of the whole fruit because that's what the toxin did. Fungi cannot ever be harmful.
Strawman, fungi are used for detox whenever any toxic elements affect a plant, you ignore this.


Bernd 06/07/2020 (Sun) 19:44:00 [Preview] No.37424 del
>>37263
https://youtube.com/watch?v=fvqNc4m5oOI [Embed]


Bernd 06/08/2020 (Mon) 05:32:12 [Preview] No.37483 del
>>37423
>Are gasses measured in grams now?
Do they have mass?
>So you're just continuing to deflect from the argument that the signs of coffee rust is a reaction from the fungi
The signs of coffee rust are the fungi's reproductive tissue you can see. Coffee rust isn't just signs, it is the entirety of the damage the coffee bush suffers.
>whenever any toxic elements affect a plant
I am talking about "toxic elements affecting a plant". Different quantities of toxic elements must have different effects.


Bernd 06/09/2020 (Tue) 05:14:53 [Preview] No.37578 del
>>37423
Yes, gasses can be weighed in weight too, not just by the volume.


Bernd 06/09/2020 (Tue) 05:28:15 [Preview] No.37580 del
>>37265
Ok. So elements (like lead and mercury mentioned itt), and fumes, or industrial waste. To give an example to these, let's say CO/CO2 and asbestos (couple of different exists, they are silicates)?
>decomposing wasteful material in the body
How do they do that? Do they digest them? Why do they do that? Do they gain something out of it, feed on them? Do they change the elements, breaking down molecules and build new, harmless ones? I was curious about this part.


Bernd 06/30/2020 (Tue) 20:57:48 [Preview] No.38203 del
(53.79 MB 640x360 swineflu.mp4)
Informative about swineflu and vaccines


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Bernd 07/28/2020 (Tue) 19:11:43 [Preview] No.38828 del
>>38203
That was all right up until they started to talk about Hitler.
At least now I understand better what that detoxifying theory is about.

>>38824
>cereal grain products, to which we were largely unaccustomed
I doubt this statement. Grains were cultivated even before the agricultural revolution, grass were bred by nomads (real nomads), they sowed seeds at both their living areas they wandered between, so when they arrived in the next cycle they could find more edibles and harvest them. They did this with berries, probably with tubers and such as well.
But ofc, this doesn't take away from the point they try to make in that paper.
>dental caries increased
Related: in Egypt the flour was frequently contaminated by sand, and that in the bread scratched and ground their teeth away. Supposedly in China during hard times, civil wars, when fields were destroyed or neglected they had healthier teeth, skulls preserved this.

Uhh this is long article, can't read it now.


Bernd 07/28/2020 (Tue) 19:16:52 [Preview] No.38829 del
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>>38824

Pretty interesting, but some numbers look even too good, like when 40% of patients recovered from schizophrenia just by removing exorphins from blood.

Article is one-sided though, it links gluten and gluten-like diet with problems that started thousands years ago, but not accounting positive changes from that time. As a hypothesis: if that diet rises risk of mental problems like schizophrenia and autism, maybe it is also provides boost for intelligence, because all these mental things are closely related. Although it is too large goal for one article, even for multiple.

It is also interesting that concept of mental normality (and disorders) can exist only relative to majority, because it has no absolute criteria. I.e. if grain makes absolute majority slightly crazy, but not you, they don't have disorder, but you have.

Anyway, it is pessimistic, because:
>Yet bread is not alone; like it, other foodstuffs, such as milk, rice, and corn, release exorphins during digestion

So we all doomed.


Bernd 07/29/2020 (Wed) 04:18:01 [Preview] No.38844 del
>>38829
It's the gluten too and phytic acid. I guess sourdough bread leavened for many hours breaks down the gluten more.

https://wissenschafftplus.de/uploads/article/Dismantling-the-Virus-Theory.pdf

Virus doesnt exist


Bernd 07/29/2020 (Wed) 19:25:35 [Preview] No.38858 del
>>38829
The article gives credit to cereals:
>That the association between humans and grains paid off nicely for both is beyond dispute.

In general I would add this to the discussion: we need to weigh the pros and cons.
And people consume bunch of things that has more downsides than up. Drugs, alcohol (well, that's a drug too), cigarettes comes to mind quick. But let's pick on that poor bread and pasta, throw out the baguette.


Bernd 07/30/2020 (Thu) 06:18:19 [Preview] No.38867 del
>>38858
You fail to mention this

"At the same time, our faces, jaws, and teeth progressively became smaller in response to the soft texture of bread (Larsen, 1995). Thus we domesticated grain, and in return grain domesticated us (Murphy, 2007)."

"Yet the agricultural revolution may have spelled trouble. Tellingly, whenever diets based on grain replaced the traditional diets of hunter-gatherers, lifespan and stature decreased—while infant mortality, infectious diseases, bone mineral disorders, and the frequency of dental caries increased (Cohen, 1987). "

"In South Pacific islands with a traditionally low consumption of wheat, schizophrenia rose dramatically (roughly, from 1 out of 30,000 to 1 out of 100) when Western grain products were introduced (Dohan et al., 1984)."

etc etc


Bernd 07/30/2020 (Thu) 16:40:33 [Preview] No.38872 del
>>38867
I was reflecting to his line here >>38829
>Article is one-sided though, it links gluten and gluten-like diet with problems that started thousands years ago, but not accounting positive changes from that time.
So I did not have the need to list all the supposed findings of the paper, just the line which give to cereals their due. If you had followed the course of the discussion I shouldn't have told you this. But for some reason you ignore what I really write and try to insert a narrative which doesn't exist outside your imagination: that I'm completely against everything you post. And you do this all the time. Instead of really considering what I said, you go ahead and figure I pick on you so here it is, now I do, which I don't ever in normal circumstances. I've no idea why you do this.

Anyway. The whole human civilization was built on grain, it is just too good source of nutrients (first and foremost calories) to pass on. Yeah, there is a "dark side", even if we consider it's role in obesity, and don't go down this lane of mental disorders it might cause, we can declare we should balance out our diet. In many countries it's possible to do it, even in Eastern Europe. Bit more meat, vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, diary products, little less cereals would mean a lot.
However there are lots of cereals, even rice has over 9000 subspecies. How each fare? How about buckwheat for example? Or different type of millets?


Bernd 08/01/2020 (Sat) 03:59:20 [Preview] No.38890 del
>>38872
take a chill pill


Bernd 08/01/2020 (Sat) 08:31:38 [Preview] No.38895 del
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So toxins.
Medicine does not reject the idea that toxins are harmful to organisms. It knows and calculates with it. The effects are known, they are legit conditions, illnesses. They treat them. Why would medicine make up germs when they could blame anything on toxins? It's clear that poisoning does not account for everything.


Bernd 08/01/2020 (Sat) 10:12:31 [Preview] No.38897 del
>grain is bad

yeah i excluded (black) bread from my diet too (now)

--taoist diet master race


Bernd 08/01/2020 (Sat) 10:42:12 [Preview] No.38898 del
>>38897
Black bread is probably the healthiest from breads.


Bernd 08/01/2020 (Sat) 12:07:31 [Preview] No.38899 del
>>38895
>Why would medicine make up germs when they could blame anything on toxins?
I dont have all the answers, but germ theory is complete bs.

I guess its the same thing with flat earth.


Bernd 08/01/2020 (Sat) 12:53:35 [Preview] No.38900 del
>>38899
Not much different than toxins. Foreign stuff gets into the body and the body reacts to them (or their activity). Except these are (mostly) living things and not chemicals, molecules, elements.
Even in the video here >>38203 that dude says they put foreign germs into the body of humans.


Bernd 08/03/2020 (Mon) 22:48:05 [Preview] No.38991 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=X5sBiVFGbNY [Embed]


Bernd 08/04/2020 (Tue) 05:44:10 [Preview] No.39004 del
>>38991
How many types of Omega fatty acids are there anyway?


Bernd 08/04/2020 (Tue) 18:28:55 [Preview] No.39027 del
I was curious.


Bernd 08/05/2020 (Wed) 19:20:22 [Preview] No.39060 del
>>39004
3-6-9 I think


Bernd 08/08/2020 (Sat) 13:14:32 [Preview] No.39102 del
I've been doing an experiment.

For the last 2 weeks my diet has been - almost exclusively grains. Bread, pasta, rice has been the mainstay. Grains are defiantly addictive. There is something going on in the brain when I eat it.

The effects has been as pronounced as I thought but I do feel like shit. I have less energy and I am more sedentary. Grains (gluten especially) seems like the perfect slave food.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:18:52 [Preview] No.39118 del
30+ C outside I sweat, then I work, I sweat more. I enter a cooler place the sweat starts to pour down on me as if I was having a shower. What could be the reason behind this?

>>39102
You supposed to hoeing the field all they beside that.
What will be your next experiment?


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:30:15 [Preview] No.39119 del
>>39102
>>39118
>You supposed to hoeing the field all they beside that.
True, and caffeine consumption should be low to none too. That affects energy as well.
>What will be your next experiment?
I'd recommend a raw primal diet a la Aajonus Vonderplaanitz.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:31:40 [Preview] No.39120 del
>>39119
>Aajonus Vonderplaanitz
Dutch?


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:34:23 [Preview] No.39121 del
>>39120
Pseudonym; he's a Yankee.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:36:07 [Preview] No.39122 del
>>39121
Wait. That raw meat eater skinny guy with blondish red hair and talks absolute bs?


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:38:24 [Preview] No.39123 del
>>39122
That's a complete ad hominem.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:46:19 [Preview] No.39124 del
>>39123
Nod really.
>raw meat eater skinny guy with blondish red hair
This is just for the identification.
>talks absolute bs
And this is my opinion.
My opinion is based on one of his videos - of the person whom I think we talk about - it was basically a reaction video where he watched a vegan trying to justify her insanity (she ate vegetable mix or something liek that, and took pills to complement her diet) and he reacted with "smart" and "insightful" remarks which were even lamer then her rationalizations.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:50:42 [Preview] No.39125 del
>>39124
>This is just for the identification.
"Raw meat eater skinny guy" sounds quite pejorative.
>My opinion is based on one of his videos - of the person whom I think we talk about - it was basically a reaction video where he watched a vegan trying to justify her insanity (she ate vegetable mix or something liek that, and took pills to complement her diet) and he reacted with "smart" and "insightful" remarks which were even lamer then her rationalizations.
So can you explain why those remarks were lame?


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 10:58:01 [Preview] No.39126 del
>>39125
>sounds quite pejorative.
My intention was descriptive, it seems I was very accurate.
>why those remarks were lame?
For several reasons I remember, I can't recall exact words, now I saw it like a year ago or so. He didn't really disputed her claims, just called her stupid, and tried to justify his own insanity. He similarly advocated for lopsided diet - only from the other end of the scale:
>eating only vegatables is baed
>eating only raw meat is good
I think he also had some baseless claims.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:03:02 [Preview] No.39127 del
>>39126
If you read Aajonus's works you can see really clearly why Aajonus advocates eating raw meat; because it detoxifies your body (gets rid of toxins; "disease" induced by eating raw is just deooxification) and gives more energy. NOT that you should only eat raw meat. He's alright and advocates raw fruits, fresh dairy, honey and even ice cream, eating cooked meat for time to time isn't too bad either.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:03:10 [Preview] No.39128 del
Probably we don't talk about the same person. It was this retard. Tho I can't find the exact video.
https://www.youtube.com/user/sv3rige/videos


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:08:56 [Preview] No.39129 del
>>39128
No, Sv3rige is a Latvian lunatic who drinks raw blood on camera, and actually eats junk food off-camera while talking shit about vegans. He only sometimes cites Aajonus, perhaps that's where the confusion comes from.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:11:02 [Preview] No.39130 del
>>39129
Well I asked if the person in question was that raw meat eater skinny guy with blondish red hair and talks absolute bs?


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:13:39 [Preview] No.39131 del
>>39130
Sv3rige? Basically yes, he fits your description well. "Raw-meat eater" yes, but he mostly eats junk food off-camera, and doesn't actually detox while eating raw as he typically just drinks blood and eats stuff like shellfish and rabbits on camera to spite vegans.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:14:22 [Preview] No.39132 del
>>39130
Aajonus isn't Sv3rige; he's actually been doing this research for years. I follow his raw primal diet.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:14:45 [Preview] No.39133 del
>>39131
I don't know. I saw only that video of his, and some pictures he was shilled on chans.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 11:16:43 [Preview] No.39134 del
And now I eat my schnitzel, rice and fermented/leavened cucumber.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 18:43:35 [Preview] No.39148 del
>>39118
>You supposed to hoeing the field all they beside that.
>What will be your next experiment?
My job is pretty physical so

Im probably doing a water fast because my gut is fucked up from all the grains


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 18:44:18 [Preview] No.39149 del
>>39119
>I'd recommend a raw primal diet a la Aajonus Vonderplaanitz.
Only meat is too high in phosphate. My regular diet is very primal though


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 18:46:41 [Preview] No.39150 del
>>39128
Gatis is a mentally deranged latvian who stabbed his classmates

If his goal is to make meat eating something that only insane people do hes doing a good job


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 18:55:56 [Preview] No.39151 del
>>39118
>30+ C outside I sweat, then I work, I sweat more. I enter a cooler place the sweat starts to pour down on me as if I was having a shower. What could be the reason behind this?
Sounds like hypothyrodism to me.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 18:59:22 [Preview] No.39152 del
>>39149
I'll be on the IRC in just about an hour or so; in-case you have time.


Bernd 08/09/2020 (Sun) 19:54:42 [Preview] No.39154 del
>>39149
I'm going on now, come get in.


Bernd 08/10/2020 (Mon) 17:05:48 [Preview] No.39169 del
>>39148
They say fasting a day can be healthy. I heard in the case both men and dogs.

>>39151
1.
Symptoms of hypothyroidism may be vague and can often mimic other conditions. They may include:
Changes in the menstrual cycle
Constipation
Depression
Dry hair and hair loss
Dry skin
Fatigue
Greater sensitivity to cold
Slow heart rate
Swelling of the thyroid gland (goiter)
Unexplained weight gain or difficulty losing weight
Carpal tunnel syndrome

2.
Hypothyroidism signs and symptoms may include:
Fatigue
Increased sensitivity to cold
Constipation
Dry skin
Weight gain
Puffy face
Hoarseness
Muscle weakness
Elevated blood cholesterol level
Muscle aches, tenderness and stiffness
Pain, stiffness or swelling in your joints
Heavier than normal or irregular menstrual periods
Thinning hair
Slowed heart rate
Depression
Impaired memory
Enlarged thyroid gland (goiter)

Nah, I don't have any of these. And age explains better he little slowly receding hairline.


Bernd 08/12/2020 (Wed) 07:43:13 [Preview] No.39222 del
>>39169
Just my guess, can be many things. Try getting more potassium, sodium, magnesium and calcium (electrolytes).


Bernd 08/19/2020 (Wed) 15:19:04 [Preview] No.39361 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=vPUTH0ZOBJ4 [Embed]

Its a mixture of disgust, sadness and hilariousness I feel watching this


Bernd 08/19/2020 (Wed) 16:13:50 [Preview] No.39364 del
Did some research about eggs and meat.

https://academic.oup.com/jn/article/128/10/1716/4723080

The calculated true ileal digestibility of cooked egg protein amounted to 91%.

In this study, it was shown that after ingestion of 25 g of raw egg protein, almost 50% is malabsorbed over 24 h.

“The true ileal digestibility of cooked and raw egg protein amounted to 90.9 ± 0.8 and 51.3 ± 9.8%, respectively.”

For meat bbq seems to be the best way

https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1807-86722015000200187#t3

http://www.scienceasia.org/2018.44.n2/scias44_92.pdf


Bernd 08/21/2020 (Fri) 19:49:36 [Preview] No.39430 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=eGNNDXrRzfE [Embed]


Bernd 08/24/2020 (Mon) 05:21:49 [Preview] No.39459 del
>>39361
I met some exchange students from Africa who had literal picture perfect white teeth when I was in my University. They usually don't have any processed foods in their diet. The documentary you posted reminded me of that

>>39430
>Why humans Have bad teeth

You a dentist Swedebernd? Or do you like having your teeth pretty?


Bernd 08/24/2020 (Mon) 11:00:23 [Preview] No.39466 del
>>39459
>>39459
>I met some exchange students from Africa who had literal picture perfect white teeth when I was in my University. They usually don't have any processed foods in their diet. The documentary you posted reminded me of that

They probably didn't have any flouride (which damages teeth), perhaps good calcium/phosphate balance and less vaccinations that us westerners. Most dental work damages the teeth, including x-rays, fillings (usually plastic or in the past amalgam (mercury))

>>39459
>You a dentist Swedebernd? Or do you like having your teeth pretty?

Medical experience but I dont work in it nowadays


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 02:12:17 [Preview] No.39479 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=4wVZVzSTFRA [Embed]

Very fascinating. It seems alot regarding nutrition and food is just social learning ignoring our basic instincts.


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 21:12:52 [Preview] No.39495 del
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>>39466
>They probably didn't have any flouride (which damages teeth), perhaps good calcium/phosphate balance and less vaccinations that us westerners

T. noted

>Medical experience

Dr. Bernd, M.D. How formal

>but I dont work in it nowadays
Well that stinks


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 21:27:50 [Preview] No.39499 del
>>39495
From Tacitus's Germania, a text describing the Tribal Germanic peoples "Their food is plain - wild fruit, fresh game, and curdled milk. They satisfy their hunger without any elaborate cuisine or appetizers.". When the romans encountered the German Tribes they noted how much taller, broader and muscular they were, compared to the low meat diet of the romans.

"When not engaged in warfare they spend a certain amount of time in hunting, but much more in idleness, thinking of nothing else but sleeping and eating." Shows that the Germanic Tribes relied mostly on hunted meat, as well as herding.


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 21:32:48 [Preview] No.39500 del
>>39499
Are you up for an IRC chat?


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 21:42:54 [Preview] No.39501 del
>>39495
Since 90-95% of modern medicine is a lie I dont think its a bad decision. Bacteria doesn't cause illness, pathogenic virus does not exist for example.


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 21:52:48 [Preview] No.39502 del
>Bacteria doesn't cause illness, pathogenic virus does not exist for example.
Just to give some citations for this; Antoine Bechamp was right:
https://archive.org/download/LynesBarryTheCancerCureThatWorkedTheRifeReport/Lynes-Barry-The-Cancer-Cure-That-Worked-The-Rife-Report.pdf
https://medcraveonline.com/IJVV/who-had-their-finger-on-the-magic-of-life---antoine-bechamp-or-louis-pasteur.html
Also check out Aajonus Vonderplaanitz's website:
https://www.primaldiet.net/


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 21:54:10 [Preview] No.39503 del
>>39502
The fact that so many people eat raw primal even when always choosing the meat with the most flies and bacteria at the butcher contradicts this idea that bacteria is what causes illness, does it?


Bernd 08/25/2020 (Tue) 22:02:16 [Preview] No.39504 del
>>39503
*without contracting illnesses from that
Nevermind all the cultures that do regularly eat raw and part of that even being normalised in Europe now (with sushi)


Bernd 08/26/2020 (Wed) 14:45:39 [Preview] No.39515 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=_A4XGoqW74s [Embed]

Rockefellers role in the ban on RAW MILK [Reupload from 2018]


Bernd 08/26/2020 (Wed) 19:00:55 [Preview] No.39521 del
>>39515
It's not banned here.
The problem is that the milk can be bought in average shops and supermarkets not just pasteurized but during the process it is taken apart and put together again while changing the original composition. These milk contain 1.5 or 2.8% fat, while the original milk has higher fat content (something liek 4% or so and I'm not talking about the cream floating atop after milking), which means they extract all the fat then set it at the prescribed percentage by adding it back (I also know someone who knows someone whose job to put the fat back).


Bernd 08/26/2020 (Wed) 23:44:29 [Preview] No.39522 del
>>39521
I guess homogenisation is a way for the dairy companies to make even more money. Then they can sell you the cream.


Bernd 08/27/2020 (Thu) 06:08:30 [Preview] No.39525 del
>>39522
I guess how diary products are manufactured. The milk arrives they take it apart, basically making powdered milk, they divide the stuff: X amount goes to making cheese products, Y goes making cream products, Z left they make milk again by adding water and fat. Then they press it through that pressure thingy to mix it well together.
They don't make the diary products on the usual way. Waiting until it's clotted then making cottage cheese, and butter from the cream and blah blah. They take apart to building blocks and build new stuff by adding new building blocks. Like enzymes to set the taste of the cheese and whatever.


Bernd 08/27/2020 (Thu) 13:04:08 [Preview] No.39527 del
>>39525
Nutritionally low pasteurized milk isn't loosing alot of its vitamins and minerals. I think the point is, why change milk in the first place?

I like to put cream in my coffee. If I had bought raw milk, I could have just scooped off the cream on the top and added it to my coffee. Instead of buying cream.

Which brings us to technology yet again. Technology is sold to us as making us more free. Free from what? Look at grains for example. To even make bread it requires alot of work and the end product is not very tasty. Most people put butter and cheese on bread to make it tasty.

When cheese is made, the waste product is whey. In the past it was often discarded but now they make protein powder of it. This is true for alot of "health" supplements. Or fluoride in toothpaste.


Bernd 08/27/2020 (Thu) 15:27:54 [Preview] No.39534 del
>>39527
>why change milk in the first place?
For fun and profit.
All foodstuff is similar. They add shit that doesn't belong to spare original ingredients with replacing part of them with something that would be discarded (like cornhusk) because they aren't food, but can be processed into something that is technically edible. It's like when drug dealers cut their products.
Milk is the same, they want to get the most out of it. Naturally there's not much cream on it, it has to be let sit a while. But after a day it starts clotting and more cream floats to the top, and when it is clotted completely you get a bunch of sour cream on top of it. Now they don't do this, they get as much cream out of it first as they can, because they want to sell more ("sweet") cream, and more sour cream. So they take out all of it, and they put back less. I heard the fat they add back is actually pigfat, but this info is practically gossip so I dunno.
Whey was consumed back then, even my parents drank it in their childhood.
Now they don't make cheese, but from the milk they extract casein, some of that they use for protein powders - similarly to whey -, but most they "build" cheese out of that. "Normal" cheese, and process ones too.


Bernd 08/28/2020 (Fri) 03:38:10 [Preview] No.39551 del
>>39501
>Since 90-95% of modern medicine is a lie I dont think its a bad decision. Bacteria doesn't cause illness, pathogenic virus does not exist for example.

Really makes you think

>>39499
>From Tacitus's Germania

I remember that book. It's pretty good tbh


Bernd 08/28/2020 (Fri) 17:02:28 [Preview] No.39563 del
>>39551
In 55 B.C., Caesar reported that “the people of the interior [of England] do not, for the most part, cultivate grain, but live on milk and meat, and are clothed in skins.” [Hawkes J. The World of the Past. Random House, 1963.] Grains were raised to feed animals, not people. IMO the "civilized" agricultural diet has been used as a weapon to destroy the physical and mental vitality and spiritual capacity of all indigenous people in the world. Francis Pottenger M.D. showed that animals (cats) could be reduced to sick, weak, infertile, sexually degenerated and brain-damaged shadows of their ancestors in just 3 generations by feeding them processed foods. Grains and beans are inedible and indigestible by our guts without processing so they are ALWAYS processed foods. We are also unable to extract nutrients from vegetables without cooking or processing them in some way because we have no enzymes for digesting fiber (CELLulose), the main constituent of vegetables, to release the nutrients packed in plant CELLs. A plant-based diet is a processed food diet, pure and simple.


Bernd 08/28/2020 (Fri) 23:27:38 [Preview] No.39570 del
From a youtube comment:


13Gladius 2
1 year ago (edited)
The roots of veganism is philosophy and the root of this philosophy is Jainism. Jainism is a non-theistic religion from India. It teaches salvation by perfection through successive lives and non-injury to living creatures. It is noted for it's asceticism. Jains worship the Tirthankaras. This religion is associated with Hindu mythology and their goal is to break free of the cycle of death and rebirth (Samsara). It teaches that desire is the root cause of our existence therefore freedom (moksha) from karma (Samsara) is achieved through desirelessness. Mahavira (aka Vardhamāna, was the twenty-fourth Tirthankara of Jainism) defeated samsara by long periods of fasting. Veganism is a short-cut to moksha.
Yoga is a part of these non-theistic belief systems and is used to end samsara via ahimsa (non-violence). Yoga poses are for the purpose of unblocking the chakras to allow the Kundalini energy greater ease of movement up and down the central spine (Shushshumna) and energy pathways (Ida & Pingala to the left and right the spine).
In yoga you should at least be vegetarian bcz eating the product of death and suffering impedes the flow of Kundalini which accelerates the souls evolution.
These beliefs have roots going very far back into pre-history. Elements of these can be seen in ancient Egyptian mythology (Ra with his crook and flail), Buddhism (receiving enlightenment under a tree), Judaism (Samson btwn the 2 pillars) and Christianity (Jesus on the cross/tree btwn the 2 thieves).
But anyway the point is humans are carnivorous, by nature and attaching religious dogma to dietary practices that can be injurious to life and health of others is not prooer, to say the least. but most vegans are simply the useful idiots for things they don't fully understand. If anybody wants to live that way, it may be allowed as a personal choice but to try and impose it everybody else thru fear, insults, disinformation and lies, as so many of them do, is contemptible and needs to stop.

I hope you don't mind I tried to make a synopsis of the ideas and comments presented here


13Gladius 2
1 year ago (edited)
@Vandalism oV Veganism modern veganism is mostly an emotion driven belief based ideology that proposes to worship the created rather than the creator therefore a false religion. This regardless if you're theist or atheist. So yes it's a non-theist quasi religion. But why, in it's "worship" of nature is the human animal nature denigrated? Veganism's Jainist roots !!! Now I know

https://youtube.com/watch?v=-BXXkFe9ETA [Embed]

I think it was a very insightful comment. Summed up shortly, veganism = satanism. Today everything is inverted with humans being cattle and eating plants.


Bernd 08/29/2020 (Sat) 00:09:38 [Preview] No.39571 del
>>39563
The remarkable "achievement" (this word tends to imply "goodness", hence the quotes) of agriculture and grain-based diets was not an improved nutrition for those who already had good access to resources, but for massive numbers of low-class individuals who would otherwise starve to death. In other words, they did not enable a (especially) healthier mankind, they enabled an exuberant mankind. It seems that massive populations were unsustainable previously.


Bernd 08/29/2020 (Sat) 05:24:41 [Preview] No.39572 del
>>39570
>13Gladius 2
Sounds like a lost chapter from the Bible.
Gonna read later.


Bernd 08/29/2020 (Sat) 14:22:16 [Preview] No.39581 del
>>39570
To his comments:
>humans are carnivorous
Humans are omnivore. We're like bipedal pigs. Even canines eat and digest certain types of plant material.
>attaching religious dogma to dietary practices
...is silly, yes.
>can be injurious to life
Yeah, vegans can't live forever like us meat eaters do. Oh wait.
>veganism is mostly an emotion driven belief based ideology
I don't think such ideology exists, that is called vaganism. Vegan people exists, but that's just people living on food for rabbits. Similarly meat based diet isn't an ideology, it's a diet.
>false religion
Fugging Christians and their rhetoric, srsly.

A human bean should live long enough to reproduce, see his progeny to reproduce, and see that generation grow enough to reach the age of reproduction. That's about 45-60 years. Everything beyond that is a gift. Grain based diet was secured this since the neolithic revolution. Even the hindi practices are going on for some thousands of years. Although I think we should really check their diet (and not just accept the commenters opinion that veganism = Janaist dietary practices). What I know about it they consume dairy products such as cheese or butter. The closest I know personally are the Krishnas.
Also vegetarianism and veganism are different.


Bernd 08/29/2020 (Sat) 14:25:08 [Preview] No.39582 del
>>39571
Forgot to reply.
That is a very good point. Without grains no civilization would had sprouted. Without it what we have now would collapse and most of the population would starve to death. After some cannibalism.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 00:10:06 [Preview] No.39585 del
>>39582
>hat is a very good point. Without grains no civilization would had sprouted
It would, it would just has less people with stronger health. Hittites and Hattis (these are different things) mostly relied ony animals. Having more people benefits the division of labour though.

>Similarly meat based diet isn't an ideology, it's a diet
because default behaviours are not ideology. veganism is an ideology assuming it's not a cult or religion, though I would not prefer to laber them that way.

> Grain based diet was secured this
most early farmers had far worse health than hunter gatherers. this is how blonde indo european hunter gatherers wiped out early european farmers and their isolated languages. even today afaik only isolated language surviving is basque, the people very much still resembling early european farmers.

Speaking of them many people ignore the fact europe was mixed since eternity. I guess having certain phenotype (which is not genotype) is enough to larp as büre bl00ded aryanz and shiet. But I digress.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 01:08:35 [Preview] No.39586 del
>>39581
God gives us two choices when it comes to our egos. Humility or Humiliation. One is voluntary and mild. The other is often harsh and painful.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 07:09:49 [Preview] No.39587 del
>>39581
"Carnivore diet" is a total scam. Hence why Sv3rige isn't healthy, all he does is eat exotic meat and on the sidelines, disgusting fast food.
Raw primal =/= just raw meat, milk and eggs.
>>39585
Nice. Notwithstanding the reliability of the Indo-European theory, all ancient steppe nomads from the Yamnaya to the Scythians to the Huns actually weren't hunter gatherers, they were pastoralists. But yes, you are right here. They all drank raw fermented milk and ate raw meat, and that provided loads of energy and health.
The grain-based diet is the typical serf diet. Pane et circus. Give someone grain-based diet, some beer and entertainment and they'll happily cope out their life with bread and circuses, and they won't ever rise up against any tyrant. Nowadays, where we have video games, porn, and drugs that all overstimulate your whole body and wreck your sensitivity and masculinity overall, back then it was grains, beers, and circuses for the serfs.
This is also why the raw-diet Turks replaced the natives in Khwarezmia, in Tatarstan, Crimea, etc., and could even explain why the Bantus dominated the Khoisan (who ate assorted cooked meat) in South Africa.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 08:02:00 [Preview] No.39588 del
>>39585
Those civilizations in Anatolia and in the Caucasus were part of the goods exchange of the Middle East, and relied heavily on the products of Mesopotamia and Egypt. Without those civs (whom aroused earlier than the Hattis and Hittites, and these two got everything from them, well Hattis, got every civilizational achievement from them, and Hittites got everything from the Hattis) they couldn't have exist.
I'm aware. Hattis had agglutinative language, and Hittites Indo-Euro, in fact the first Indo-Euro which left a trace. Urartu also had agglutinative language, there's a chance this one was founded by Sumer refugees fleeing from Semite mass murderers.
>default behaviour
What is a default behaviour? When they couldn't hunt they ate berries, they defaulted to a vegan diet.
>indo european hunter gatherers wiped out early european farmers
Are you sure? R1b is the highest in the Basques, it does seem that was the original haplogroup, and that is still the most prominent one in Western Europe. Just because in archaeological findings a new culture shows up it doesn't mean new people arrived. And when new languages show up, similarly, doesn't mean new people arrived.

>>39587
In that case I was referring to 13Gladius 2's comment. He wrote humans are carnivores.

>>39587
>they were pastoralists.
This is a very stark oversimplification. They had extensive agriculture, they even fed their animals with grains (preserved horse corpses like in Pazyrik are the testimony). They had gardens, they produced vegetables, fruits and wine. Herodotus even calls one of the Scythian group "Scythian cultivators", and he says about other steppe people (resembling to Scythians, but not Scythians) that they sow grains, onions, garlic, lentils, and millet. Again from Herodotus, in one of their myth of origin, a god sends them golden artifacts, among them a plough and a yoke!
They had available space for breeding large herds of animals (not just horses, but cattle, ox, goats, sheep, pigs(!), poultry) and they used that resource. But they were far from mere pastorals this was just a type of job in their society, and those who did this, exchanged their products with those who didn't.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 08:06:00 [Preview] No.39589 del
>>39588
>This is a very stark oversimplification.
Yes, I admit this.
>They had extensive agriculture, they even fed their animals with grains (preserved horse corpses like in Pazyrik are the testimony). They had gardens, they produced vegetables, fruits and wine.
I was talking about their own diet. Of course they fed animals grains, had some bread and wine and had agriculture; this isn't to say it was either this agriculture-based civilisation or some Darwinist fantasy where they were barbarians without any civilisation at all.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 08:24:15 [Preview] No.39590 del
>>39589
The grains, veggies and fruits were part of their own diet. Only in winter they fed oats to horses when the herders were stationary, otherwise they had their wide pastures.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 08:38:36 [Preview] No.39591 del
>>39590
>grains, veggies and fruits
Nothing wrong with having them only in-part. You're mixing things up here. All the steppe nomads drank raw milk and ate raw meat and that was a given.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 08:51:08 [Preview] No.39592 del
>>39591
>raw milk
Fermented horse milk isn't raw milk.
>ate raw meat
If you think they ate meat only raw, you are wrong. They frequently cooked their meat (see Hun cauldrons). Sure there were circumstances when ate raw. Also they conserved their meat by drying, and even made powdered meat (basically the predecessor of modern instant food, just add hot water).


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 08:59:51 [Preview] No.39593 del
>>39592
>Fermented horse milk isn't raw milk.
It's fermented, not pasteurised. It still has all those nutrients.
>If you think they ate meat only raw, you are wrong. They frequently cooked their meat (see Hun cauldrons). Sure there were circumstances when ate raw. Also they conserved their meat by drying, and even made powdered meat (basically the predecessor of modern instant food, just add hot water).
It was more likely than not that raw meat was the norm, and cooking was for special occasions.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 12:30:25 [Preview] No.39594 del
>>39593
I don't think there is info out there how much of their diet was raw meat.
Cooking is pre-digesting, fermenting is also pre-digesting by bacteria and/or yeast.
Pasteurizing is almost cooking, not even that, since it doesn't bring milk to boiling point, so pasteurized milk is less processed then fermented.
Pasteurizing also don't take the nutrients off from the milk. Carbs, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals are all remain.
From this list here: >>39522 B12 and the fatty acids mentioned can be considered as nutrients.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 12:33:24 [Preview] No.39595 del
>>39594
See; there's the problem. All that bacteria is now gone from that milk when it's pasteurised. Not when it's fermented.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 12:35:41 [Preview] No.39596 del
>>39595
>All that bacteria is now gone
How is that a problem? We don't digest the bacteria. And we have our own. Besides everything is full of bacteria, eat a slice of bread that will have bacteria (maybe if you can stand eat it hot straight from the oven then won't have, but if you let it cool, soon bacteria will appear).


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 12:37:52 [Preview] No.39597 del
>>39596
We need all that bacteria from that milk in our system so we can detox.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 12:40:49 [Preview] No.39598 del
>>39597
Then eat your kefir.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 12:43:01 [Preview] No.39599 del
As I said before toxins are recognized dangers to healthy by modern medicine. They know toxic elements, chemicals, and their poisoning. They treat it too. Many conditions don't fit in those classifications. They gain nothing by not recognizing those of the results of toxins if they would have cause by toxins. But those aren't.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 12:53:03 [Preview] No.39601 del
>>39598
I will!


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 15:02:12 [Preview] No.39602 del
>>39597
Actually we don't need anything from raw milk. It's babyfood. Just because we have to gene to digest it, the vast majority of humanity don't and it's pretty abnormal to drink raw milk if you aren't a baby. Which also means we can get anything from other sources (and our body simply produces those what we need from the rest).


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 15:07:12 [Preview] No.39603 del
>>39602
Yes we do; the energy and nutrients all come from raw milk.
>abnormal
Only because of your industrial social conditions.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 15:17:59 [Preview] No.39604 del
>>39603
No. Way more than 50% of the people lacks the gene that allows the digestion of milk so they lose their ability during their childhood to do so. As far as I know all mammals are similar in this. Since at least 50% + 1 of humanity is lactose intolerant this means that is the norm and us drinking milk is abnormal.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 15:18:58 [Preview] No.39605 del
>>39587
> weren't hunter gatherers
I might be mistaken but I remember the term "western hunter gatherer" were the ones wiped out early european farmer languages.

And corder ware, yamnaya etc. these are cultures not nations based upon lingustic identities. I heavily assume (especially for andronovo one) proto Turks were part of them, because of a few ancient words are still have same roots.

As for diet, I remember a Xiongu kurgan the guy had above 1.80m height so yeah grain based diet fucks up people, I think some hunter-gatherer were healthier than many pastoralists though, due to much harsher natural selection, but this is just my wild guess.

>>39588
> When they couldn't hunt they ate berries
You know more than %60 of their diet relied upon meat from hunts right? Good luck not starving with berries. Remember the berries, fruits we grow today were not big and suitable for human diet in the past.

>. They had extensive agriculture,
Afaik schytians ostly treated regular farmers as slaves, and their farm did not receive regular tendings, they just sow and get what they got afaik.

> R1b is the highest in the Basques
haplogroups in this case barely mean anything. also of course y-dna is mostly european but mtdna is different. By the way even the proto-scandinavians were speaking non indo-european language.

https://www.nature.com/articles/nature14317


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 15:21:28 [Preview] No.39606 del
>>39598
Yes take the Türkpill.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 15:26:35 [Preview] No.39607 del
>Since at least 50% + 1 of humanity is lactose intolerant this means that is the norm and us drinking milk is abnormal.
It's your perspective. Afaik we covered our intolerance by inventing yoğurt, even today many intolerant ones eat it. Also despite the fact we learned animal domestication much later and many humans like %35 of world population does not derive from people who know animal domestication means one thing, it was really crucial for human survival even more so who could barely farm.

Despite the cows didn't not domesticated first in northern europe, these people have lowest lactose intolerance, because you pretty much go kys if you were intolerent, people from mesopotamia could cover this up with eating grains so less healthy plumb people for them. Sad!


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 15:59:59 [Preview] No.39609 del
>>39607
>It's your perspective.
It's follows the definition of "normal". On the level of humanity, not be able to digest milk is conforming the pattern.
Well, fermenting is a way of processing lactose. In yogurt, kefir and the like contains less because the bacteria and yeast feeds on it, so intolerant peeps can eat them too.
I assume kumis also has less lactose (sugar -> alcohol).

In he meantime northerners until modernity never invented anything and were irrelevant (when they could get enough grain and potato to finally build their own civilization).


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 16:12:37 [Preview] No.39610 del
>>39609
>In he meantime northerners until modernity never invented anything and were irrelevant
This is true but that is more to do with their geography, mesopotamians and east meds in general had advantage.

As for civilization in general it mainly relies on division of labour rather than healthy communes, tribe-bonds. Sure it is a good thing but for whom? Most mesopotamians lived like pretty much slaves despite huge advancements. For avarage person the civilization wasnt much issue, civilization and tribalism that's mainly battle of elites of their respectable societies. I'm curious about other opinions though.

>It's follows the definition of "normal".
We're evolving past to it. Give it a few millenia without human genetic modification soon these people will be extremely marginal.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 16:15:35 [Preview] No.39611 del
Meanwhile eating smoked cheese, bryndza, kolbász, paprika, tomato, with bread (this one sparingly), and washing it down with the second cup of milk.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 16:17:54 [Preview] No.39612 del
>>39611
oligarch


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 17:31:44 [Preview] No.39614 del
>>39604
Then it'd be filled by raw eggs, meat, fruit or other raw foods. Give me all that bacteria!
>>39605
>I might be mistaken but I remember the term "western hunter gatherer" were the ones wiped out early european farmer languages.
The hunter gatherers were supposedly replaced by the farmers whom were then replaced by the steppe tribes. Makes no sense that hunter gatherers could get overrun by farmers does it?


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 17:32:41 [Preview] No.39615 del
>>39604
And how many lactose-intolerant people did you even ever meet in real-life?


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 17:40:03 [Preview] No.39616 del
>>39614
>whom were then replaced by the steppe tribes.
I forgot this part. Also afaik sardinian people have the least steppe blood, and closest to original european neolithic societies in europe, despite the fact they speak indo-european language.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 17:40:08 [Preview] No.39617 del
>>39614
Also bacteria is tasty. They add to the flavor.
>how many [...] meet
I don't know, it's not a popular conversation topic. I have no info on most people. I know two who is intolerant.
I met several East Asians, Chinese, Korean and Japs, I suppose most of them were.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 21:49:08 [Preview] No.39620 del
Is there a way to make posts of a user to be invisible? I dont find the hungarian user posts adding to any value what so ever. In fact my eyes hurt whenever I read his posts.


Bernd 08/30/2020 (Sun) 22:30:58 [Preview] No.39621 del
>>39620
just close your eyes.


Bernd 08/31/2020 (Mon) 07:58:47 [Preview] No.39647 del
>>39620
You could click "Hide".


Bernd 08/31/2020 (Mon) 11:28:43 [Preview] No.39650 del
>>39647
Mange tak


Bernd 08/31/2020 (Mon) 11:39:37 [Preview] No.39651 del
>>39650
Check your email by the way.


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 17:11:12 [Preview] No.39676 del
>>39651
Check your white male privilege


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 17:16:11 [Preview] No.39677 del
So.

I started my turboraw primal diet yesterday. Unfortunately I cannot get raw milk, but I will pretend it is to fool my brain.

My diet will consist of dairy, honey, raw meat, raw eggs, raw fish and shellfish for 14 days. The book "the recipe for living without disease" has yet to arrived.

I cheated yesterday by having a twix bar but lets not talk about that.


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 17:33:33 [Preview] No.39680 del
>>39677
Isn't there a farm in driveable/bus or a bike ride distance?
How about that goat plan? It needs a barn, fodder for the winter (and for year round if not enough pasture), water, and a place to shovel the shit. But you could make other diary products from her milk.
The shit could be used to fertilize a garden, and the garden could produce some of the fodder, what you don't eat from the veggies, leaves or whatnot - and ofc the weed (I mean weed weed not weed).
>twix bar
At least wasn't deep fried. Or was it?


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 19:25:54 [Preview] No.39683 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=hZwp-XOzJcw [Embed]


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 19:32:54 [Preview] No.39684 del
>>39677
I've gotten some raw cheese recently, tastes good. What kind of eggs do you buy, may I ask (I'm assuming they aren't caged and fed with GMO soy)?


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 21:07:00 [Preview] No.39685 del
>>39684
I try to get eggs that roam free but how do I know that they are? They can write whatever on the package.


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 21:07:15 [Preview] No.39686 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=itBxs5LV0Lc [Embed]

Veganism = satanism


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 21:47:09 [Preview] No.39687 del
>>39685
When the egg shells are harder and the eggs themselves have a more vivid colour when opened they're typically better than those caged eggs. They could be anything but those are an indicator that they're better.
Which reminds me: no means to offend, but I feel you're still naive about this.


Bernd 09/01/2020 (Tue) 22:31:24 [Preview] No.39688 del
Ate (raw) 800g of beef knuckle, it feels very nice digestion wise. Usually when ive had a big meal of meat (cooked) its like a big mass in my stomach getting digested. Now its more light. Fascinating feeling. I would guess pooping will be less since most of the food will get absorbed.

Been thinking about how most people today are vegans. Most people's diet today are plant based. With some animal foods on the side. Some bread or porridge for breakfast (plants). Some potato or pasta for lunch (plants). For dinner maybe potato or something else. The animal foods are like small side dish. In asia its noodles and rice. In south america rice and corn. In africa starvation.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 05:45:54 [Preview] No.39693 del
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>>39685
No eggs roam free. They have no legs.
You can get them the same place where you can get the raw milk.

>>39687
>more vivid colour
This.
>egg shells are harder
Maybe this too. Sometimes we get eggs under "free range" chicken I'm trying to recall their properties. I definitely met eggs that were harder to break. Our source isn't even farmer, has very civilian job so one can never know where he can get eggs. Maybe asking around and making unusual acquaintances is the key.

>>39688
Wait. Are you saying:
>vegan = plant based diet + animal products on the side
?


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 06:24:31 [Preview] No.39694 del
>>39687
I dont think you understood me. We had chickens when I was growing up. I know how free range eggs look like.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aajonus_Vonderplanitz

I read his wiki entry, and its obvious he was a looney. That doesnt mean everything he said was a lie. But alot of it yes. Thats one thing ive noticed among all these crazy nutjobs in nutrition. They all want to be cult leaders.

(For example a diet mainly on meat is too high in phosphate, which destabilizes everything. There is no benefit of eating raw eggs really, and eating raw whites is damaging to absortion) etc etc


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 07:12:20 [Preview] No.39695 del
>>39694
The raw "carnivore diet" is obviously a scam, but nowhere is that implied with Aajonus's works. Obviously raw honey, fruits etc. are required.
>Thats one thing ive noticed among all these crazy nutjobs in nutrition. They all want to be cult leaders.
I've heard this "cult leader" accusation many times, but that's just an ad hominem typically without much basis. It doesn't make anyone wrong.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 13:22:19 [Preview] No.39696 del
>>39695
Totally not a cult

https://youtube.com/watch?v=8xRJpW7_Tb0 [Embed]


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 14:04:58 [Preview] No.39697 del
>>39696
If a great man becomes well-known, his greatness will always be exaggerated.
Accusing a man of being "cultic" or "narcissistic" just on that basis is a foolish ad hominem at best, and a desperate measure at worst.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 14:14:40 [Preview] No.39698 del
>>39696
And just some small advice: know that the TRUE cult leaders'(the technocrats in charge) appeal for men to sympathise with the industrial society is meekness and humility. As long as they are not "narcissistic" and don't affect others' lives, there is no reason to attack the technocracy, but as soon as they become "narcissistic" or "cultlike", they are less than cattle. Don't be so naive.
>Prov. 9: 7He that reproveth a scorner getteth to himself shame: and he that rebuketh a wicked man getteth himself a blot. 8Reprove not a scorner, lest he hate thee: rebuke a wise man, and he will love thee. 9Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser: teach a just man, and he will increase in learning.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 14:15:06 [Preview] No.39699 del
>>39697
The only reason why you so vehemently defend him is because that southern israelite guy promoted him.

There is alot of faults with aajonus diet from a scientific basis.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 14:16:59 [Preview] No.39700 del
>>39699
>There is alot of faults with aajonus diet from a scientific basis.
Where did I deny that?


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 14:20:57 [Preview] No.39701 del
>>39698
>As long as they are not "narcissistic" and don't affect others' lives, there is no reason to attack the technocracy, but as soon as they become "narcissistic" or "cultlike", they are less than cattle.
*clarification. If the industrialists aren't "affecting others' lives", then they get a clear pass in the technocratic model, but people that are "narcissistic" are less than cattle to these technocrats.
This beehive-mentality needs to be rejected.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 16:07:31 [Preview] No.39706 del
All of Aajonus' workshops, pictures, Q+A, Radio interviews, and videos

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/16I7xn0PZTofRf_mNyn3qtfI81WgbM1eB


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 16:29:00 [Preview] No.39707 del
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Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 16:38:37 [Preview] No.39708 del
>>39707
Memes aren't an argument. I've replied to your email by the way; you need to get out of this masonic paradigm.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 16:52:11 [Preview] No.39709 del
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>>39707
>own piss is 4th favorite beverage


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 17:37:18 [Preview] No.39711 del
>>39708
I guess having a sense of humour is forbidden in denmark

>>39709

He used to eat his own semen too. To determine his own health. No joke.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 17:49:33 [Preview] No.39712 del
>>39711
>I guess having a sense of humour is forbidden in denmark
Oh come on, I always get accused of not having a sense of humour. But since there's no argument being made here I'll take that as a concession. Cheers.
>He used to eat his own semen too. To determine his own health. No joke.
So is the Aajonus diet about primarily eating semen (NOT THAT I ADVOCATE DOING SO, but it was actually done in pre-industrial cultures) and piss (a common last resort technique)?
And I should clarify since people don't get it: no I don't think Aajonus is perfect, far from it, but his main points were correct.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 18:00:33 [Preview] No.39713 del
>>39712
Not everything in life is deadly serious you know. Chill out, have some piss.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 18:08:10 [Preview] No.39714 del
>>39713
Well I assumed it was here, hence my response about me winning the argument, but yeah I don't want to get too caught up in this.


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 22:46:38 [Preview] No.39718 del
>>39711
>He used to eat his own semen too. To determine his own health. No joke.

That's a little homo fam. ngl


Bernd 09/02/2020 (Wed) 22:49:42 [Preview] No.39719 del
>>39688
Just had to make this

So sorry you had to see this, bernds


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>>39719
Oh you


Bernd 09/03/2020 (Thu) 20:43:54 [Preview] No.39740 del
Remember to drink your milk bernds

https://youtube.com/watch?v=mXnJqYwebF8 [Embed]


Bernd 09/03/2020 (Thu) 21:40:00 [Preview] No.39741 del
can't wait for updates on your bowel movements


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 02:05:50 [Preview] No.39747 del
>>39741
No wipe


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 05:58:00 [Preview] No.39756 del
>>39741
Couple of weeks he will realize the importance of fibers.


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 06:01:54 [Preview] No.39757 del
>>39756
I've been avoiding fibers since 2011 attila


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 16:08:30 [Preview] No.39761 del
>>39757
Enjoy your constipation.


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 16:33:57 [Preview] No.39763 del
>>39761
Do you even know what fibers are


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 17:02:54 [Preview] No.39764 del
>>39763
fibers are chaps who don't tell the truth. Amirite?


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 17:30:36 [Preview] No.39766 del
Why do dogs chew on grass?


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 17:39:56 [Preview] No.39768 del
>39766
I don't know. Tell me: Why do dogs chew on grass?


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 19:52:16 [Preview] No.39770 del
>>39763
That's the chimney sweeper of your colon dude. Stop working toward anal cancer and eat your oats.


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 20:58:00 [Preview] No.39776 del
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>>39766
>>39768
>Why do dogs chew on grass?

That would be for medicinal purposes. Whenever a dog eats something his stomach can't handle or gets indigestion, they eat a very specific type of grass type in order to vomit their recent meal out.

This runs on contrary to cats which eat grass for nutrition and nourishment. This is because cats are an omnivore type of animal, whereas dogs are mainly animals of carnivore nature.

>T. owned a doggo for many years


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 21:42:51 [Preview] No.39785 del
>>39770
No evidence supporting that claim but its your body.

https://www.cell.com/cell/pdf/S0092-8674(18)31176-0.pdf

Carrots or bamboo shoots (insoluble fiber) can be a good source for reducing endotoxins.


Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 22:28:06 [Preview] No.39788 del
>>39776
Thanks for good mammal info.
I wish I had a friend of that kind.
It must be hard knowing that you will outlive him by so long. I wonder if parrots and tortoises think the same about us.


Bernd 09/05/2020 (Sat) 18:50:53 [Preview] No.39831 del
Eat your salmonella

https://youtube.com/watch?v=NIdseArGrzM [Embed]


Bernd 09/05/2020 (Sat) 19:15:37 [Preview] No.39833 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=dlWgJNTSBpg [Embed]

The Vaccine Song - Trillion (Feat. Pataphysics, nRt) Aajonus Vonderplanitz


Bernd 09/05/2020 (Sat) 19:47:28 [Preview] No.39837 del
>>39776
>eat a very specific type of grass
Yeah, they picky with that.
Not all the dogs vomit it out. And those who vomit frequently just eat it back so the grass ends in their intestines anyway. And then it comes out on the other end fairly the same as it went in except with more poo on it. Yeah, they eat it to come over some discomfort in their belly or more toward the rear. Or just because they want to eat more and they know instinctively it does no harm to them. Wolves eat as much as they can on every occasion because it's not sure when they will be able to eat next. It's an ancient instinct in many dogs to eat as much as possible, full belly is always comforting to them.
They also capable of eating quite a few types of plant based edibles from fruits to roots and depending on how simple or complex the carbohydrates they eat some of that they even can digest. Some stuff are fine, but some causes gas, others are simply poisonous (and then depends how much they eat).


Bernd 09/06/2020 (Sun) 23:04:54 [Preview] No.39861 del
So it's been a week on a raw primal aajonus diet and I feel great. Clear mind, loads of energy. My digestion is the best ive had in a long time.

I wish I could get raw milk and some good quality eggs.


Bernd 09/07/2020 (Mon) 09:25:45 [Preview] No.39870 del
Having some parmesan cheese

Tasty

https://youtube.com/watch?v=PL6vP4eDmEQ [Embed]

Cheese is amazing


Bernd 09/07/2020 (Mon) 21:11:18 [Preview] No.39876 del
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>>39837
>Wolves eat as much as they can on every occasion because it's not sure when they will be able to eat next. It's an ancient instinct in many dogs to eat as much as possible, full belly is always comforting to them.

That works for many other animals, including humans. Higher primates also have such environment when they aren't sure about next dinner.

One of the biggest factor of obesity is that we trying to eat much more calories than spend. And classic meals (all these national soups and meat dishes) are pretty high on calories, because they are targeted to person who eats much but then does heavy physical work all day.

Modern humans don't spend so much, especially when they are sitting near computer all day, but instinct still forces us to eat more. All that "light" food that tries to make you loss weight aren't actually good, it just makes you feel nourished while having less energy output than normal food (i.e. just make your belly full with some low-energy ballast).

>>39776
>This runs on contrary to cats which eat grass for nutrition and nourishment

They also pretty stupid and may often eat toxic houseplants.


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 01:23:58 [Preview] No.39892 del
sve3ge moved to romania

https://youtube.com/watch?v=fyU7W6zpEqo [Embed]


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 01:27:21 [Preview] No.39893 del
>>39876
>That works for many other animals, including humans.

It's very hard overeating on meat or dairyproducts. It's very easy overeating on grains though.

>>39876
>One of the biggest factor of obesity is that we trying to eat much more calories than spend.

Our metabolism is regulated by our thyroid. Usually the foods that are promoted are foods that slow down our metabolism.


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 02:16:42 [Preview] No.39894 del
>>39788
It just shows how dogmatic, idiotic, incapacitating, imbecilizing, indoctrinating, rigidifying, misleading, putrid, disgraceful, immoral, miserable, satanic, son of a bitch, and damaging the academic shaping of your common white coat can be.


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 05:47:36 [Preview] No.39897 del
>>39893
>It's very hard overeating on meat or dairyproducts. It's very easy overeating on grains though.
Especially since it's not economical to overeat on meat or diary products. And one cat get cramps or the shits, so it's not wise either.
But yes, carbohydrates gets digested and turned into fat deposits if not used "on the spot". Protein and fat are either used, or passed out of the system, and not turned into fat deposits. Therefore eating more protein and fat then you need at the moment is just wastage. In conclusion with such diet it's wiser to eat many small portions throughout the day.

>>39876
>we trying to eat much more calories than spend.
Ofc. It's like checks and balances or how it is said in English.
I heard from couple of friends they enjoy the feeling what comes with stuffing themselves to the throat, while I just get nausea and they sounded weird to me.
Oh and many people also get sleepy after eating and they rest instead of getting active again, which means they won't burn the calories they consumed but let it turn to fat.


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 06:11:01 [Preview] No.39898 del
>>39897
>carbohydrates gets digested and turned into fat deposits if not used "on the spot". Protein and fat are either used, or passed out of the system

It's amazing how many errors you can type in one sentence. Im really impressed.


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 06:11:53 [Preview] No.39899 del
https://nutritionstudies.org/masai-and-inuit-high-protein-diets-a-closer-look/

"...only three out of 400 men were over 55 years old."


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 15:19:02 [Preview] No.39900 del
>>39898
And you still talking to me instead the hohol guy. Fantastic.


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 15:33:01 [Preview] No.39903 del
>>39837
>They also capable of eating quite a few types of plant based edibles from fruits to roots and depending on how simple or complex the carbohydrates

Domestic dogs are. Wolves can't handle so many. Domestic dogs have evolved alongside us to be able to eat this kind of thing.

>>39776
No, cats eat grass to vomit as well and they are actually more carnivorous than dogs, they are obligate carnivores.


Bernd 09/09/2020 (Wed) 15:40:12 [Preview] No.39904 del
>>39903
>Domestic dogs are.
They were the topic, yes.
>Wolves can't handle so many.
Not sure how much they munch on the side.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 00:15:34 [Preview] No.39908 del
>>39788
>Thanks for good mammal info.

T. Hanks

>I wish I had a friend of that kind.
They're raly raly good to have around. Especially if you're meeting new people. Do you live in a big house or a tatami apartment Japanbernd? Maybe look into getting a new pet tbh

>It must be hard knowing that you will outlive him by so long.

I've had around 3 pet dogs in the short time span I've been alive. It will break your heart seeing them die. But I suppose it will happen to all of regardless. At least we'll have good memories from our pets in the short time they're alive

>I wonder if parrots and tortoises think the same about us.

Actually, animals are incapable of deep thought and reasoning like humans.

But they can feel empathy and compassion for human owners. They will be missing you if you leave suddenly and never return. Animals have a certain sixth sense when it comes to the emotional plane of existence. Which explains why therapeutic and service dogs are a thing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Therapy_dog


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 00:26:11 [Preview] No.39909 del
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>>39898
I don't think he's a native english speaker though. Like most of us here

>>39900
Is "hohol" a derogative term or a term of endearment?

>t. asking for a friend


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 03:28:17 [Preview] No.39918 del
>>39909
>I don't think he's a native english speaker though. Like most of us here

I was referring to his complete and utter incapability of reading comprehension and basic science. His spelling and wordsalad was not something I commented on.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 05:08:03 [Preview] No.39921 del
>>39909
>hohol
Not something I would use in an irl conversation with an average Ukrainian...
It was very commonly used on KC main, to the point it lost its edge. So I think here it doesn't mean much, like Paddy, or something.
He >>39918 was just being an schizo, as usual.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 07:00:13 [Preview] No.39926 del
>>39892
That actually initially freaked me out since just a few weeks ago I was talking about starting a community in Banat, and right after that Sv3rige does the exact same thing. He's in Caraș-Severin county also in Banat, right next to Serbia.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 07:57:55 [Preview] No.39927 del
>>39926
Coincidence usually doesn't exist, so you might be onto something. My gut instinct tells me he is a spook, how you may ask?

He's playing the dialectic, veganism vs carnivorism.

Thesis (veganism), antithesis (meat), synthesis (meat but grown in a lab or just soy fake meat). It's so obvious when you see it.

Just think about this. Where does he get his money from? He has said he gets welfare but it's a meager income since he travels all over the world. He says he doesn't have any money but on his livestream he said they took a taxi from the airport to his location which took over 3 hours. Would someone strapped for cash take a taxi for over 3 hours?

If I would venture a guess aajonus was also a spook. Too many strange things about him. He always said he was dirt poor yet he purchased not one but two farms, one in thailand and one in the philippines.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 09:24:28 [Preview] No.39928 del
>>39927
I suspected that somebody in the group told Sv3rige about it, or perhaps since I was talking openly about it here some spook forwarded the idea to him. And yeah he's definitely some sort of spook of sorts, if he's not an agent or working for them he surely shares their tactics. We know he doesn't eat raw primal off camera, so that's all crossed off - since he always eats raw blood, raw exotic animals etc., that definitely points to him either trying to be edgy or just blackwashing the raw primal diet. There's obviously no benefits of drinking blood.
>Leviticus 17:10-13 10 And whatsoever man there be of the house of Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn among you, that eateth any manner of blood; I will even set my face against that soul that eateth blood, and will cut him off from among his people. 11For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul. 12Therefore I said unto the children of Israel, No soul of you shall eat blood, neither shall any stranger that sojourneth among you eat blood. 13And whatsoever man there be of the children of Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn among you, which hunteth and catcheth any beast or fowl that may be eaten; he shall even pour out the blood thereof, and cover it with dust.
As for Sv3rige's money, "dirt-poor" is actually subjective but I suspect that if he's not laundering money from his own followers, he's getting bankrolled by spooks. Gatis is clearly a black propagandist.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 16:23:13 [Preview] No.39932 del
>>39928
He is certainly retarded but that doesn't explain his trips everywhere and the financing. I didn't know he doesn't eat raw primal off camera, that surely explains his hairloss and general bad health.

I think he just blackwashes meat eaters in general. He calls everyone retarded, he obviously tries to make meaters look insane which he thoroughly succeeds at.

If you look at his earlier videos he was clearly some sort of satanist. He has black hair, perhaps that's his natural hair colour. He clearly has some sort of mongoloid/asiatic heritage. The soviets moved alot of gypsies and asians to the baltics so perhaps thats where he is from. His eyes is another weird thing.

He gets alot of views on youtube, which is a big red flag since youtube is a rigged platform. And his videos has zero editing and production value.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 18:13:48 [Preview] No.39933 del
>>39932
His own followers admitted he asked to eat McDonalds off camera.
https://cmcbroadcasting.wordpress.com/2019/04/06/sv3rige-is-a-nwo-shill-and-definitely-doesnt-eat-raw-meat/
>Later on in the live stream Alley says that Sv3rige, for the entire two day trip to Phoenix, did not eat one bite of Raw Meat, and asked to go to Burger King and McDonald’s several times. She claims that it seemed as though Sv3rige was trying to evade questions about his actual diet, and kept trying to manipulate the followers in Phoenix hosting him to buy cooked meat or junk food like chips.


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 18:22:17 [Preview] No.39936 del
>>39926
>Sv3rige
>Sverige
Coincidence?


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 18:24:40 [Preview] No.39937 del
>>39936
He's Latvian born in Sweden right?


Bernd 09/10/2020 (Thu) 18:41:56 [Preview] No.39938 del
>>39937
How about Swebernd? Is he a Latvian?


Bernd 09/11/2020 (Fri) 00:34:16 [Preview] No.39940 del
>>39933
Fascinating. So if he doesn't even eat a healthy primal diet (even if its cooked) why does he acts like he does it on youtube?

If you think about the dialectic his behaviour makes sense. They need the two opposing forces to clash to form the synthesis. Exactly the same thing with all this rioting and blm, the goal of it all is the defund the police and install robot police instead governed by AI. The niggers are just pawns in a bigger game.

Same thing with gatis. The goal is to abolish (real) meat and probably ration food altogether.


Bernd 09/11/2020 (Fri) 05:06:29 [Preview] No.39946 del
>>39940
>So if he doesn't even eat a healthy primal diet (even if its cooked) why does he acts like he does it on youtube?
You're pretending you ask questions, but I know your secret Sweb3rnd!


Bernd 09/11/2020 (Fri) 05:52:43 [Preview] No.39950 del
>>39937
He kind of looks like a jew with that rat face. Only missing the big nose but plenty of jews have similar noses.

My jewdar is seldom wrong so I might be on to something.


Bernd 09/11/2020 (Fri) 05:53:25 [Preview] No.39951 del
>>39946
I applause this most excellent post your highness.


Bernd 09/11/2020 (Fri) 12:15:28 [Preview] No.39962 del
Had half a kg of ground beef, fried and I feel like shit. Should have had steak tartare.


Bernd 09/14/2020 (Mon) 11:18:12 [Preview] No.40068 del
So the 14 days has passed and I must say, this diet impressed me. I will most certainly avoid wheat in the future. Raw meat is not very tasty though.


Bernd 09/14/2020 (Mon) 11:48:40 [Preview] No.40070 del
>>40068
>Raw meat is not very tasty though.
Hm? I guess you really do mean "raw", then. If so, does it have to be all and fully raw? I have seen that in places like japan and burgerland they have a strange (from my pov) way of "barbecuing" (roasting, grilling) meat: they expose it directly to the fire. Depending on the size and cut this has the effect of quickly searing a few mm of the exterior leaving most of the interior raw, as in blood-dripping scarlet-red raw.


Bernd 09/14/2020 (Mon) 12:18:49 [Preview] No.40071 del
>>40070
It's a psychological thing. We think that raw meat will make us sick so we cook it. But normies eat their sushi (raw fish) and nobody bats an eye. I have eaten alot of carpaccio in the past (raw meat) but never thought it being raw.

Bbq is the tastiest to cook meat imo, as you described, straight on a fire.

It's easier to digest because of the enzymes being intact. Our stomach is very acidic so we have no problems digesting it.

Tastiest is to thinly slice beef with some olive oil or butter and perhaps some cheese with it.


Bernd 09/14/2020 (Mon) 14:29:28 [Preview] No.40072 del
>>40071
>Bbq is the tastiest to cook meat imo
Which is why I suggested that if you want to keep eating your (red) meat raw while improving the taste, you quickly sear it in that style.
I never put meat directly to fire, but I do like it "raw", i.e., reddish and juicy.


Bernd 09/15/2020 (Tue) 05:56:08 [Preview] No.40094 del
>>40072
Heating will destroy the enzymes


Bernd 09/18/2020 (Fri) 03:46:59 [Preview] No.40157 del
>>40094
So it would be the same thing as with vegetables?


Bernd 09/18/2020 (Fri) 14:23:11 [Preview] No.40166 del
>>40157
Why would you eat vegetables in the first place


Bernd 09/18/2020 (Fri) 22:03:15 [Preview] No.40176 del
>>40166
Because they're good for you?


Bernd 09/19/2020 (Sat) 11:13:55 [Preview] No.40184 del
>>40176
Opposite mate

http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/vegetables.shtml

"Poor people, especially in the spring when other foods were scarce, have sometimes subsisted on foliage such as collard and poke greens, usually made more palatable by cooking them with flavorings, such as a little bacon grease and lots of salt. "

Vegetables, plants and especially spices contains toxins for humans. Only thing I use for flavouring is a liberal amount of salt.


Bernd 09/19/2020 (Sat) 16:06:29 [Preview] No.40187 del
Dont forget to take your MEDS today

Meat
Eggs
Dairy
Seafood


Bernd 09/22/2020 (Tue) 04:06:57 [Preview] No.40220 del
>>40166
maybe because mostly-meat diet was proven to lower people iqs, and if you will have meat-only diet, you will literally become dumb before someone's eyes lol

americans eat alot of meat (with bread), how smart they are?


Bernd 09/22/2020 (Tue) 09:29:58 [Preview] No.40223 del
>>40218
Ah yes the vegan diet


Bernd 09/22/2020 (Tue) 09:31:22 [Preview] No.40224 del
>>40220
Meat is the most nutrient food there is


Bernd 09/22/2020 (Tue) 13:25:51 [Preview] No.40227 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=VQCVb8l6V9U [Embed]

KGXLJ - AGENDA 21(Feat. Meat Of The Matter) [ANTI VEGAN SONG]


Bernd 10/01/2020 (Thu) 09:57:30 [Preview] No.40398 del
A good write up about the evil of vaccines and pathogenic (infectious) not virus does not exist

http://whale.to/vaccine/sf1.html


Bernd 10/01/2020 (Thu) 11:04:22 [Preview] No.40401 del
>>40220
Not to deflect but Mexico and Argentina are also big on meat consumption, and they're not stand-out geniuses either.
That said Americans also cover everything with cheese.


Bernd 10/01/2020 (Thu) 14:06:32 [Preview] No.40403 del
>>40401
So is Australia. I think Australia, the US and Argentina are the top three.

But there is actual scientific evidence supporting the health benefit of meat for brain function, it contains many nutrients that the brain needs and often it's the only source of them such as with B 12. Intelligence is a complex thing as well and there are many factors that go into it.


Bernd 10/04/2020 (Sun) 08:27:19 [Preview] No.40438 del
https://videopress.com/v/IfCqdEWa

Great video of the covid hoax


Bernd 10/04/2020 (Sun) 08:32:12 [Preview] No.40439 del
test


Bernd 10/05/2020 (Mon) 05:59:25 [Preview] No.40447 del
>>40439
We got a board for that!
>>>/test/



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