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  1. DNA dictates physical characteristics, machine code doesn't. Machine code is like the instructions of biochemistry. Machine code lacks the consciousness that all organisms have.. including bacteria and white blood cells... http://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=JnlULOjUhSQ Do they really? How? I thought they modify existing DNA... Genetic engineering, also called genetic modification, is the direct manipulation of an organism's genome using biotechnology. Exactly my point that nobody should claim to have facts when they don't have anything. It was a rhetorical statement by the way.
  2. Here is some truth about Neanderthals to wager in... http://www.thematrix.co.uk/texttopic.asp?ID=8
  3. What if the knowledge that is gained is bias and ultimately wrong?
  4. Mating, eating, gathering non-poisonous foods, migrating for food, defending themselves from predators, etc...
  5. Vegetarians aren't vegans. Learn to read what I post. A vegan or vegetarian diet substantially alters the human colonic faecal microbiota http://www.hablemosclaro.org/pdf/noticias/A_vegan_diet_alters_the_human_colonic_faecal_microbiota.pdf Nuts are calorie dense food. You are wrong about human evolution because meat lacks omega 6's. Omnivores? Not in a million years. Our brains have been shrinking. I'm done here.
  6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efficiency http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_%28ethology%29
  7. Where did the creativity to build the tools come from in the first place?
  8. The rivers current is strong.. maybe they were gradually making their way up stream on the sides of the river towards the mating grounds or got stuck as they were gradually making their way up stream towards the mating grounds... we can all interpret the data differently.
  9. The so called scientific evidence is just as bad as reading the bible. DNA = Blueprint. So.. when you can create DNA from non-biological molecules is when you have actual evidence on evolution and how it actually functions. You have nothing just like religions have nothing.
  10. You still haven't explained where the toxicity is... lets see some pictures of uremia toxicity caused by urea... urea frost or drird urea is just a benign side effect of kidney damage. Its obviously an excretory pathway when the kidney's are damaged. Where else are the excess molecules going to go? Now.. why would the body throw away amino acids, vitamins, minerals onto the skin? Have you ever had a sauna? Exogenous intake of L-DOPA? If you actually read the journals, not paleo diet made-up nonsense, you would see that the diet of our predecessors was high in plants and that current day humans are fortunate to have this amount of meat available to them. http://www.direct-ms.org/pdf/EvolutionPaleolithic/Eaton%20Paleo%20Nutri%20Review%20EJCN.pdf Calories doesn't equate to a bigger brain and neither do Omega 3's directly. Gorillas eat more calories and omega 3's daily than us and they don't have bigger brains. Carnivores also don't have bigger brains from eating all that meat... We were mostly selfish gatherers through our evolution.. nuts, fruits, edible leaves and the occasional animal. I am not doubting we ate meat but meat was for survival purposes.. calories and absolutely not required for brain evolution. I never said it wasn't. Aminolevulinic acid is not found in sweat. What are you talking about? Aminolevulinic acid is the first intermediate molecule in the heme/porphyrin/chlorophyll pathway.. http://www.genome.jp/kegg-bin/show_pathway?org_name=ko&mapno=00860&mapscale=1.0&show_description=show I was talking about vegans, not vegetarians. Vegetarians eat dairy and in my view... are omnivores in denial. I understand your point but meat causes body odor and promotes the growth of putrefactive bacteria in the intestine. I proposed it already. 3rd post on page 4. I won't be proposing anything because the experts are brainwashed on the true purpose of sweat.
  11. You're right.. first discovered however I meant invented as in.. purified into powder. We produce our own endorphins when we exercise, make love, hug, etc... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endorphins http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endocannabinoid_system http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opioid Endocannabinoids are produced from omega 6's after exercise as a reward. Nuts are the best source of omega 6's. I am in favour of working together to grow our own healthy foods and exercise.
  12. You need to read the wikipedia page... In kidney failure, urea and other waste products, which are normally excreted into the urine, are retained in the blood. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uremia What are these other waste products? Uric acid? A lot of molecules that are in the blood are toxic at high levels.. glucose.. blaming urea because someone has kidney problems is dishonest to urea. Urea frost is urea powder? So.. where is the toxicity? I never said we do. I said we stimulate bacteria to produce it with a molecule found in sweat. This molecule is many times higher in sweat than is found in the blood and definitely not toxic; before you start poking at it. Technically.. we co-produce it. Commensal bacteria*** There is B12 transport proteins in sweat which have an affinity for B12.. would radio-labelling still work? The data.... http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10500983 http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/62/6/1221.short http://www.nutritionjrnl.com/article/S0899-9007%2899%2900267-1/abstract If you studied neurogenesis you'd see that omega 6's primarily drive brain evolution.
  13. I have accepted the fact that urea is found in sweat but its false that urea is toxic. As I stated before.. read this study carefully... http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/09546639609086881 The studies are done on meat-eaters. They don't apply to plant-eaters. Find me a study of 100% vegans regarding sotolon. I have been a plant-eater for years.. I don't need deodorant, I don't need to wash my hair, I don't need to wash my penis, I don't need to shower. I don't have toxins protruding through my pores.
  14. Plant-eaters that eat their leafy greens have the strongest immune systems. While everyone I came in contact with this winter had the flu... the flu virus didn't even budge my immune system. Shitty diet equates to near defenseless immune system. "Processed" red meat with added ammonia, nitrites and other toxic molecules. Plant-eaters have healthy gut flora... we have high levels of oxalate degrading bacteria because leafy greens contain molecules which stimulate the growth of these bacteria... which can also degrade cellulose! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxalobacter_formigenes http://www.nature.com/ejcn/journal/v66/n1/full/ejcn2011141a.html There is a big difference between drinking wine and alcoholism. The later causes gout. Plants are low in purines and low in protein. Ultimately... urea and uric acid levels will be low or non-existent. This is more likely when eating animal products. Please learn how to read and stop wasting my time. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16422263 Its toxic at unnatural high levels. In meat-eaters. You remain misinformned.
  15. Can human domestication be confused with being ethical?
  16. Hypocrisy... Everything is judged out in the open but nobody cares behind closed doors. Lets accept that we are driven by hormones and/or pheromones and that sex is the best feeling in the universe!
  17. Italian's look like Neanderthal's and quality tech has come from Italian's... so why do we need to clone them?
  18. "They too will excrete the stuff in their sweat especially if their kidneys fail." LOL If is a big word. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8893161 http://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-kidney-failure-through-diet/ I understood that any EXCESS protein gets converted to urea through the urea cycle but its irrelevant because plant-based diets don't negatively effect kidney function. And what causes kidney trouble in the first place... Obesity? Eating too much processed red meat? High uric acid levels? Urea is beneficial to the skin... http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/09546639609086881 Read this for urea vs uric acid... http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090412125723AAXRC2n Urea being toxic is an exaggeration. Urea itself is not toxic. This was demonstrated by Johnson et al. by adding large amounts of urea to the dialysate of hemodialysis patients for several months and finding no ill effects. http://www.nugowiki.org/index.php/Urea#Biological_Function Urea was non-toxic to a 10 week-old pig in an acute dose as high as 16 g/kg body mass. Ten % m/m urea in pig food over a period of 5 days was also without apparent deleterious effect. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7047739
  19. Nice cherry pick! LOL. I mean't the second part I wrote wrong. Not the first. I am not mistaken because it doesn't apply to me(a plant eater).
  20. I mean't without kidney trouble as you wrote it. I wrote it wrong. It is not that I am mistaken, it doesn't apply to humans who eat a plant-based diet. I am not going to reward bad behavior and accept excuses for eating animal products. Animal products don't contain purines and ammonia? And GI tract bacteria doesn't produce ammonia from the putrefaction of meat?
  21. Animal products don't contain high amounts of purines which get converted to uric acid? I wasn't talking about uric acid as the toxic substance. You came up with it. Naturally.. a person with kidney trouble will not be excreting large amounts of urea out onto the skin. As you stated. I am going to do some searching in the enzymes of the microorganisms on the skin. Maybe some of them have the enzymes to break down urea. The majority of us don't go to a sauna and most of us wear clothes which absorbs the sweat. We could produce large amounts if we lived butt naked in the tropics. We are tropical mammals unless you can live in the winter without shelter and heat.
  22. LMAO! The quote is a reply to this... "There are no truths involved, and that's why the methodology is ongoing and constant."
  23. I haven't read the research I collected in over a year. I misunderstood. Topical aminolevulinic acid is converted into a potent photosensitizer, protoporphyrin, in human hair follicles and sebaceous glands. http://www.nature.com/jid/journal/v115/n2/full/5600771a.html ALA synthase light/dark activity: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16662450 http://www.plantphysiol.org/content/70/1/219.long http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16922603 High urea/uric acid levels are caused by the intake of animal products. It has nothing to do with natural sweat per se. If you read the wikipedia page.. you can see that there are molecules which stimulate melanogenesis. Maybe there is a molecule in sweat which does that because I tan very fast under the Sun when I sweat.
  24. All the data I have collected says that B12 is produced by propionibacterium acnes and other propionibacterium species found in the sebaceous glands at 37C when eccrine sweat makes its way into the sebaceous gland and stimulates growth, B12 biosynthesis and maybe other vitamins however light inhibits the first enzymes of both pathways which produce Aminolevulinic acid and this is because Aminolevulinic acid is a molecule that reacts with light and causes cell damage. Basically... all organisms and plants which use the porphyrin/chlorophyll biosynthetic pathway are inhibit by light to produce Aminolevulinic acid. Other porphyrins might react with light.. this I am not 100% certain of. A lot of people believe that eccrine sweat is salt and water with toxins but thats just made up nonsense. Why would the body dump toxins on the skin? Simply... It wouldn't. -- Eccrine sweat contains amino acids for microorganisms growth, minerals, vitamins, B12 transport proteins, the stimulatory molecule which stimulates microorganism growth on the skin, B12 production and maybe other vitamins production, and other nutrients. All this information can be easily found by using google. Eccrine sweat is also for tanning the skin with light. I don't know how the photochemistry works between sweat, skin and light; I just know from experience that I can only tan if I sweat under the Sun. I would like to know how this happens.
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