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Health, Fitness, Nutrition, and Medicine / Re: LCHF and healthy eating
« on: December 22, 2019, 05:52:08 PM »


... argument that there’s no relationship between the amount of dietary simple sugars consumed and the incidence of type 2 diabetes and obesity, because they’re exactly the same argument?

I don't know about all that but they don't use sugar to induce diabetes in animal models. They either use compounds that damage the pancreas or they use vaccine of various virii.

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There are many different animal models of diabetes:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3417415/

For type 1 (insulin-dependent diabetes), destruction of the islet cells somehow is involved, whether by chemicals or viral infections.  For type 2 diabetes (the type that’s increasing in developed countries, associated with obesity, and almost becoming epidemic), the animal models generally involve making the animal models obese, and the easiest way of making them obese is overfeeding them with fat, although there are non-obese models.

Obesity is a major risk factor for type 2 diabetes.  So too is overconsumption of simple sugars, such as sucrose.  I suppose theoretically it’s possible for a person to consume 1500 kcal a day in sucrose, and not become obese, if 500 kcal is coming from protein and fat, and not develop diabetes, but it would be a terrible diet, deficient in many micronutrients.

The trouble with many diets high in sugars is that they’re not replacing calories from other macronutrients with those from the extra sugars, but adding the extra calories, so total calories are increasing over expenditure, and the people on them become overweight and eventually obese.
And none of those animal models use sugar to cause diabetes.

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Skepticism / Science Talk / Re: Climate Change Catchment Thread
« on: December 22, 2019, 05:50:23 PM »
Yes, small differences in ice surface area make for a small change in overall reflectivity. The Earth has only varied within approx 10c average Albedo I imagine, makes for only a portion of that, the rest being down to atmospheric composition and the habits of the sun. I don't claim to be an expert on this. What's your explanation? And feel free not to be a dick about it. Your argument was with someone else.
You're all the same as far as I'm concerned. Plus I guess you haven't heard the order of the day. It's ridicule.

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Skepticism / Science Talk / Re: Climate Change Catchment Thread
« on: December 22, 2019, 02:27:55 PM »
The radiative heat is reflected/absorbed in different amounts by different surfaces along with the visible light. Ice-caps and glaciers work like reflectors, keeping less heat energy within the atmosphere and dispersing it out to space. That's what's generating the whole precipitation cycle. What else would it be?
Your cartoonish description above bears little resemblance to the reality. Reflected light doesn't drive the climate.

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Not to put too fine a point on it, or take your ideas to seriously, but you do realize ice caps receive very little visible light as it is. To suggest that their visible light reflection drives the climate is supreme idiocy. As for other "glaciers", they represent a negligible fraction of the surface and their reflectivity has about a cunt hair of influence on the climate as a whole. I don't know where your are getting these ideas but I am imagining some sort of comic book, maybe?

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Skepticism / Science Talk / Re: Climate Change Catchment Thread
« on: December 22, 2019, 02:23:39 PM »
The radiative heat is reflected/absorbed in different amounts by different surfaces along with the visible light. Ice-caps and glaciers work like reflectors, keeping less heat energy within the atmosphere and dispersing it out to space. That's what's generating the whole precipitation cycle. What else would it be?
Your cartoonish description above bears little resemblance to the reality. Reflected light doesn't drive the climate.

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Skepticism / Science Talk / Re: Climate Change Catchment Thread
« on: December 22, 2019, 02:22:31 PM »
Can we get this shunted off into a new thread?  This one's supposed to be an RSS Feed.  Not a 50 page derail of whatever this is
Waaahhh!

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Health, Fitness, Nutrition, and Medicine / Re: LCHF and healthy eating
« on: December 22, 2019, 02:21:41 PM »


... argument that there’s no relationship between the amount of dietary simple sugars consumed and the incidence of type 2 diabetes and obesity, because they’re exactly the same argument?

I don't know about all that but they don't use sugar to induce diabetes in animal models. They either use compounds that damage the pancreas or they use vaccine of various virii.

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Honestly I could quote all my posts here to show the stark difference between my content and the frenetic babble about me and my posts. There's no point. You morons have the attention span of a mayfly on crack.

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If you want to argue that it is dangerous, the burden of proof is on you. Twisting words to make it sound scary is not proof, and that's all you've done so far.
There's no burden on me. If you want to inject that stuff in you then go right ahead.

Post #45 and my first stated opinion as to whether others should get vaccine is "go right ahead if you want to". Wow, that is some aggressive and powerful psychic warfare I waged there. How did you all survive? Oh wait that was just my reverse concern troll sting operation I've been planning for months! LOL

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As of yet nobody seems to be able to muster a defense of deliberately injecting foreign DNA and disease agents intramuscularly so let's conclude this by saying it's extremely reckless and dangerous, particularly if you inject that foreign DNA and disease agents into an infant or toddler whose brain and immune system aren't fully formed or functional. That seems like a reasonable place to end this.

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By post #42 it's clear that nobody is willing or able to refute the two or three facts I presented so I gloated a little.

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I disagree with virtually every premise and assumption fossilized in your comment. I feel it's pointless to address everything you've said because I'd have to correct the abundance of errors. If you'd care to stick to one point at a time I'll explain why your beliefs are false.

Again, you've been listening to anti-science lies. You should stop doing that.
Please list any or all of the "lies" I've listened to.

All of the ones that led you to the conclusion that vaccines are generally unsafe.

Also, please pay attention to which thread you're posting in. I think you're conflating two different threads. Nothing has been deleted from this thread.
Please quote the post where I said "vaccines are generally unsafe".

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A rather scurrilous claim that I said "vaccines are generally unsafe" or anything even remotely close to that. Just more hysterical gibberish from the vaccinated brains who infest this forum. Nowhere in this thread did I say anything like that.

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I disagree with virtually every premise and assumption fossilized in your comment. I feel it's pointless to address everything you've said because I'd have to correct the abundance of errors. If you'd care to stick to one point at a time I'll explain why your beliefs are false.

Again, you've been listening to anti-science lies. You should stop doing that.
Please list any or all of the "lies" I've listened to.

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By my fourth post I'm already being called a liar, though I've said nothing with which anyone disagrees. Scroll up if you doubt that. Still waiting for quotes to show those lies. The quotes never came, because there were no lies. Just a bunch of hysterical people losing their minds because they're afraid their vaccine will be taken away. But then you tell them try one every day for six weeks and nonononono I cannot the doctor didn't tell me! Hahahahahaha.

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What I think is extremely important is to not let too many members get pidgeonholed into just arguing about the fundamental science...I also think humor and blatant ridicule can go a long way

Okay, as a member I'll try not to inject too much of that boring science stuff and I'll concentrate more on ridiculing people who disagree.

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Skepticism / Science Talk / Re: Climate Change Catchment Thread
« on: December 22, 2019, 01:18:24 PM »
Amusing fantasy

Why should albedo be a controversial source of temperature variation? It's one of the easier things to understand. Like if you've ever left a dark car in the sun compared to a light one. It's fully intuitive. What's your objection to the idea he presented?

Surely you can agree that ice is more reflective than other landscapes.
Atmospheric and surface reflectivity of visible light do not drive the climate. Is that simple enough for you? Is that easy to understand?

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It's rather dangerous injecting DNA and disease agents intramuscularly. Evolutionarily speaking that route of exposure is non-existent. Really it's dangerous injecting anything into your body.

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Here's my first post. In other words here are the first facts I presented. How inflammatory and obviously trollish! Who wants to disagree with this now?

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If that dynamic is mirrored in the lurkers who never post, then we don't really have anything to worry about in this kind of thread.

You don't have anything to worry about in any case if you're intellectually honest. Perhaps nobody disagrees with the belief system of the regular posters because of the way they get treated. Not everyone is as impervious to abuse as I am.

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