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  1. You don't use it. If you don't have the mind to create it in the first place, what gives you the right to use it? LOL. Funny list since it looks like a woman wrote it. Most men admire professional athletes. Sports?
  2. I've been looking for a system which closely describes nature/the unknown and Human Design System is the closest I've come across. A friendly warning: Some links below charge fees for information which is free elsewhere. Don't waste your money. http://www.unifiedlifesciences.com/ftp/education_papers/Intro_to_Design.pdf http://www.jovianarchive.com/Get_Your_Chart http://www.jovianarchive.com/Software/Maia_Mechanics_Imaging#introduction Self-study: http://www.humandesign.com/cartography-course History of Human Design: http://humandesign-deepak.blogspot.com/2010/08/rave-history-178
  3. Of course there will be poisonous plants. Thats nature. The strong survive and the weak(stupid) wither away. What about this... http://www.physiciantrends.com/Blog/Lifestyle-Medicine/Natural-vs.-Artificial-Supplements.html & http://www.powersupplements.com/ala/01c55144.html ?
  4. http://www.doctorsresearch.com/articles4.html - He is wrong? They are the same under a microscope bu they aren't the same. Edible plants contain co-factors which help with absorption and I'm sure other molecules that have not been discovered yet. Petroleum isn't directly plant derived. It takes years for biological dead matter to turn into petroleum. Which natural toxins are you talking about?
  5. I am not going to waste my time answering your other questions. Learn how the immune system works with nutrients... Antimicrobial peptides are regulated by Retinoids(Vitamin A), Vitamin D and other metabolites. Vitamin A being the most efficient. Vitamin A deficiency is a known problem in Africa. Scientific facts.... -Killing of African trypanosomes by antimicrobial peptides. -Human cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide (CAMP) gene is a direct target of the vitamin D receptor and is strongly up-regulated in myeloid cells by 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 -Regulation of Cathelicidin Gene
  6. I mean't genetic therapy is unethical in the sense that its based on greed and keeping the mass uneducated about prevention of disease. Is folic acid in supplements petroleum-derived? And if the supplements are petroleum-derived, do they contain petroleum impurities?
  7. Attempts to explain nature? You mean science(the man-made kind) manipulates nature and destroys nature's biodiversity with pesticides? "Evidence" can easily be misinterpreted. Which standard? Religious standard? Natures standard? God didn't write the bible; man did. Faith is not about following the man-made bible, its about letting go of the ego and giving control of your life over to God however in reality people let go of their ego and start feeling the energies inside themselves. Its called confirmation bias. You keep talking to me like I am a religious person. Why do y
  8. Science is just like religion; just a different cult that makes stuff up without knowing everything about nature; we are part of nature and so is our biochemistry. The treatment of disease with drugs/vaccines is unethical and unnecessary when eating a diet rich in plants. Yes antibiotics do cure a tuberculosis infection in immunosuppressed individuals. The root cause is always a major nutritional deficiency and a toxic environment. We produce our own antimicrobial peptides when we are healthy. Chemotherapy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemotherapy#Adverse_effects Damage to spec
  9. It isn't and It has nothing to do with me. The law of nature: The strong survive and the weak wither away. So diet may contribute, and it both reduces and causes. It has to do with DNA stability and is a risk reward probability, not a definite. LOL. You didn't understand anything. Folic acid is the synthetic version of folate. The research says... 1) Synthetic(man-made) folic acid is one of the causes of cancer and aggrevates the cancer that is already in the body. 2) A deficiency of natural folate from raw edible leaves causes cancer. 3) Natural folate from raw edibl
  10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhaBygQTs-A
  11. This is off topic but I haven't seen any actual debates... the link you offered is a parrot talking nonsense with no education in bacteriology and neurogenesis. I stand corrected and you shouldn't tell anyone what they would have been better served to say.. I am not a parrot that regurgitates nonsense like this guy...http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xoz5r3_lecture-5-the-dietary-hypothesis-the-rise-of-humans-great-scientific-debates-john-hawks-ph-d_tech#.UTqB8EqRf94 <- He is wrong... we have microbes in the colon which can convert cellulose(not whole vegetation) to short chain fatty acid
  12. This is interesting... http://www.livescience.com/1824-truth-early-puberty.html I'm also curious.. were the males given antipsychotics or antidepressants?
  13. lol sounds like you're making it up as you go.... You're saying that the older sister manipulated the younger bro into sex. The shame could drive someone to kill themselves.
  14. lol Were these people who killed themselves all poor or close to poor? Were they all males or females?
  15. Who said anything about drugs? Yes it is egotistical because the disease isn't treated, the disease is "managed" with drugs which have horrendous side effects, like death. Its somewhat ethical if it cures a disease that someone is born with as long as it doesn't alter the germline as you state however wouldn't a person that is born with an immunodeficiency already have their germline mutated? I don't condone rewarding bad behavior by treating a person who has abused their body with excessive alcohol, smoking, drugs, etc.. Take your time reading the articles below.
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