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Off Topic / Proud Mom Announces Her Son's Circumcision on Facebook
« on: May 19, 2011, 10:26:20 pm »
Techydude's not gonna like this.

But I'll expose you to some Filipino culture shock.

My son's classmate, 9 year old Blaine got circumsized today and his proud mommy is announcing it to all her friends on Facebook!

I censored mom's name because the anti-circumsition taliban might harass her.  ;D

Off Topic / NASA: Free Floating Planets - Nibiru ? Planet X ?
« on: May 19, 2011, 10:09:52 pm »
Ha ha ha ha ha.

NASA admits to Free Floating Planets in the Galaxy.
Not only admitting they exist, but that they are PLENTY.

This could be just the tip of the iceberg.  The team estimates there are about twice as many free-floating Jupiter-mass planets as stars. In addition, these worlds are thought to be at least as common as planets that orbit stars. This adds up to hundreds of billions of lone planets in our Milky Way galaxy alone.

So those shills / naysayers who keep putting down the Nibiru / Planet X fans out there need to start kissing a** admit that they have been wrong full of conceit.

Never under estimate what our ancient ancestors wrote.  They wrote these events and sightings to let us know just how big and important and how REAL those were for them.  

Think Sumerian, Kolbrin, think Bible, think Egyptian, Greek, Roman accounts... and other ancient civilizations.

Not saying Nibiru = Planet X = Elenin... just the possibility that yes the ancients weren't daft.

I will be participating as one of the speakers in Herbana Farms’ Harvest Festival at 2pm on May 22, 2011.  I buy my organic vegetables from farmer Gil Carandang of Herbana Farms.  And he invited me to give a little talk about how to practice a cooked paleo diet / raw paleo diet lifestyle in the Philippines.  I will strive to do a demo and lecture.  Probably make myself hungry for the demo.

I observe that humanity is at a breaking point.

We are at the "children of men" scenario.

Global statistics show fertility rates are failing and failing miserable far below replacement levels.

Getting on raw paleo diet now for some time and I see things differently.

Fertility rates are not just low because people have become contraceptive these days.

Fertility rates are low because the women these days are WEAK.

We all see how hopelessly nutritionally deficient "normal" people's diets are.

Women do not grow up with enough nutrition to bear multiple children these days and not without medically assisted delivery.

Women are afraid of getting pregnant... because they don't have enough nutritional resources to count on.

Women these days cannot even IMAGINE 8 to 12 babies as their grandmas and great grandmas once did... even with all the money in the world... they don't have the health for it.

The entire monogamy thing is now useless as a strategy for reproductive success unless you can get a wife who is paleo diet educated and fed who is nutritionally sound and fit for multiple child birth.

Now I'm just keen on feeding my girl a lot of nutritious food.  One day, she may have the strength of her grandma and great grandmas to easily and wantonly bear many children.

Please chime in with your thoughts and POVs.

General Discussion / Why do you bother measuring CHOLESTEROL ?
« on: May 13, 2011, 11:33:03 am »
Guys, please educate me.
I'm not a fan of blood tests.
And I don't buy the cholesterol scam one bit.

If artery blockage is the issue, isn't there an artery blockage measuring device?

Why do you bother with measuring cholesterol at all?
What is in it for you?
Health insurance?
Peace of mind you are normal?
You really think cholesterol is a bogeyman for heart disease?

Check out
- My latest tribute to RPD
(still in its budding stages)

Instincto / Anopsology / Longevity and Instincto / RPD ?
« on: May 12, 2011, 04:23:43 pm »
GCB, Iguana, et al any thoughts on longevity?
What to tweak with our raw paleo diets for longevity?
What's your experience?

People fall into three categories of gut microbiota, called enterotypes, metagenomics

People fall into three categories of gut microbiota, called enterotypes, metagenomics study shows
?Enterotypes can explain efficiency of uptake of nutrients and medicines

Every person’s intestinal system falls into one of three clearly distinguishable types of gut microbiota, comparable to blood types. These types are not related to race, native country or diet, according to a new metagenomics study by an international consortium of scientists (MetaHIT) including Jeroen Raes, of VIB and Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Metagenomics is the study of the genetic material of complete ecosystems, in this case the human gut. Nature is publishing the results.
“The three gut types can explain why the uptake of medicines and nutrients varies from person to person,” says bioinformatician Jeroen Raes of the VIB and Vrije Universiteit Brussel, one of the two lead researchers in the study. “This knowledge could form the basis of personalized therapies. Treatments and doses could be determined on the basis of the gut type of the patient.”
Improved knowledge of the gut types could also lead to other medical applications, such as the early diagnosis of intestinal cancer, Crohn’s disease and the adverse effects of obesity.,-metagenomics-study-shows.aspx

* my comment: Good for these researchers.  They are playing catch up with our collective RPD experiences.  We know a good amount about gut flora by experience and from that of our other self experimentors.

Will the experienced and more marijuana inclined people please speak up and tell us how medical marijuana is used?

What dosages?

Is it easy to make your own?  Have you made your own?

How many marijuana plants to plant to make oil?

What do you think is the action mechanism of hemp oil?

Seems we know now why the news of Osama Bin Laden was useful to TPTB.

So everywhere you go, big brother knows where you are with the GPS tracking system embedded in this ID. 

How long will it take until they decide to just embed this in every human body?

Uploaded by PastorDowell on Mar 2, 2011

The Real ID Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-13, 119 Stat 392), throught the Department of Homeland Security, will require the federalization of State-issued driver's license by May 11. 2011.

This News must spread around fast! Help get this message out to those that will be proactive.

I found some Australian Lamb: Midfield 246 Lamb (shoulder) in a supermarket today.
Question to Aussies:  Is this good?
Is this Grass fed claim true?

246 Lamb

Succulence from start to finish

Our new 246 Lamb Cuts are an extension of our long-standing, renowned 246 chilled carcass brand.

Sourced from the pristine, lush green pastures of Southern Australia, 246 incorporates some of the youngest, freshest, most succulent lamb in the world.

246 products are tender, juicy, consistent, HGP free and slaughtered using traditional Halal methods.

Our new range includes lamb legs, racks, shoulders, shanks and loins.
246 is, quite simply, succulence from start to finish.

After several years of research, researchers at Stanford and Purdue University concludes: The decay rates of radioactive elements are changing.

According to established theories, the decay of a specific radioactive material is a constant.
This has now been proven untrue.

This finding raises significant questions and implications.

The research points to the sun as the probable cause; indicated by how the decay rate changes with the seasons, and during solar storms.

The assumption is that the sun is spewing out some kind of mystery particle accelerating the decay rate for matter - potentially ALL matter, including human cells.

Carbon dating can no longer be considered a valid method of measuring age.


Note to paleo timeline dating.  As the quantavolution hypothesis have said before, there is no accurate system of dating to "millions of years", they are all pie in the sky guesses.

Health / Farmed fish is just plain dirty
« on: April 29, 2011, 10:03:17 pm »
My 2nd son had welts all over his arms and body this evening around 8:30pm.  We had dinner 7pm. 

Dinner for him and siblings and my wife was a new fish I got from a new source, FARMED mudfish (dalag).

The usual mudfish I get is WILD mudfish from Laguna lake... which my wife says is high in mercury due to the factories operating around the lake. 

I saw this in this life farmed mudfish and thought, let's try it.  Cooked it for the kids pesa style.

I tasted some of it too.  I noticed then and chatted with the maids that this new mudfish doesn't taste good.  It's not fat.  Not like the usual WILD mudfish I used to get.

By 8:30pm our 2nd boy was scratching and had welts all over.

I had him go under a hot shower and told him to scratch away in there.

Then I had him drink some raw honey - calamansi juice, 2 glass fulls for him to hopefully pea it out and hopefully the total 3 tablespoons of raw honey helps digest it all.

I was planning to give him castor oil to flush it out but it seems he has fallen asleep.

Moral of the story... FARMED FISH just sucks so bad. 
It's like poison.
To a person who uses eczema as a defense to clean dirty blood, the results are immediate.

This boy has had a history of immediately pushing out toxic food via his skin like:

- chicken (any way whether cooked or raw or roaming)
- dirty crabs, dirty shrimp
- and now farmed fish

But just 2 weeks ago in the province we had pristine clean river shrimp and he gorged a lot of it and he had no reactions.

He's had WILD mudfish before and all was fine.

Of course I'm pissed with myself because I bought it, I experimented with it and so I take the blame for it.

Raising the Steaks
If you feed cows grass, does the beef taste better?
By Mark SchatzkerPosted Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2006, at 2:37 PM ET

And the winner is…

Grass-Fed Beef
Price: $21.50 per pound
Aging: Dry

Purveyor: Alderspring Ranch (

What it is: Beef from cows that have never ingested anything other than mother's milk and pasture, which is just as Mother Nature intended. Like great wine and cheese, grass-fed beef possesses different qualities depending on where it's grown and what time of year it's harvested. The grass-fed steaks for this experiment came from a ranch in Idaho where cattle graze on orchard grass, alfalfa, clover, and smooth brome (a type of grass) in the summer and chopped hay in the winter. Also: Some studies have shown that grass-fed beef is lower in saturated fat and higher in omega-3 fatty acids, making it healthier than regular beef.

The knock against it: Consistency, or lack thereof. One grass-fed rancher I spoke to refused to send me any steak for this article because, he said, it sometimes tastes like salmon. Restaurants and supermarkets don't like grass-fed beef because like all slow food, grass-fed beef producers can't guarantee consistency—it won't look and taste exactly the same every time you buy it. Grass-fed beef also has a reputation for being tough.

Hormones? None

Breeds: Alderspring cattle are 90 percent Black and Red Angus, with some Hereford and Short Horn, Salers, and Simmental bred in. ("Red Angus cattle finish particularly well on grass," according to Glenn Elzinga, who runs Alderspring Ranch.)
Raw impressions: Not good. It had the least marbling, and what little fat it had possessed a yellowy tinge.
Tasting notes: Never have I witnessed a piece of meat so move grown men (and women). Every taster but one instantly proclaimed the grass-fed steak the winner, commending it for its "beautiful," "fabu," and "extra juicy" flavor that "bursts out on every bite." The lone holdout, who preferred the Niman Ranch steak, agreed that this steak tasted the best, but found it a tad chewy. That said, another taster wrote, "I'm willing to give up some tenderness for this kind of flavor."

The Verdict:
Marbling, schmarbling. The steak with the least intramuscular fat tasted the best—and was also the cheapest. That said, the steak with the most marbling came in a not–too-distant second. Do the two share anything in common? Interestingly, neither was finished on straight corn or treated with hormones. Both steaks also hail from ranches that pride themselves on their humane treatment of bovines. That made for an unexpected warm and fuzzy feeling as we loosened our belts, sat back, and embarked on several hours of wine-aided digestion.

(same experience I have with our local beef when raw)

To the ugly conventional steak promoters: MARBLING IS STUPID

Health / Pharma Drug Dependent Friends, Relatives and Leaders
« on: April 24, 2011, 10:18:02 am »
Is the world going insane because many people, especially politicians and leaders are pharma drug junkies?
Seriously, if you were in charge of hiring people to work for you, do you hire the pharma drug junkie versus the clean guy?

Yet we don't qualify our dear leaders by asking what maintenance drugs they take.

Do you know or notice how your pharma drug dependent friends and relatives and leaders behave or think?


Page 1 of Google search for "Paleo Diet" is within reach.
Once we reach #1, our viewership will explode!

I'm doing my bit by asking my link sub-contractor to make us more links.

You can do your part by mentioning our website as an anchor link in your blogs or other websites.

For example Paleo Diet

The code for forums is:

Code: [Select]
[url=]Paleo Diet[/url]
We are currently on page 2.

Let's gun for page 1.

Hell, we Raw Paleo Dieters are the TRUE paleo dieters.
We should claim the "Paleo Diet" keyword.
Not those cooked, processed, condimented ones.
Raw paleo diet brings about the best healing in the planet... not possible with cooked paleo diet... you know... cure the incurables... that's raw paleo diet.  The REAL paleo diet.

Health / Women: How is Your Sex Drive on Raw Paleo Diet?
« on: April 20, 2011, 06:35:29 am »
Women: How is Your Sex Drive on Raw Paleo Diet?

Display Your Culinary Creations / Raw Beef Brain Ceviche – Kinilaw
« on: April 19, 2011, 09:39:36 pm »
Raw Beef Brain Ceviche Kinilaw
(Kinilaw means: Kinain ng Hilaw = Eaten Raw)

I went to the wet market 6:30 am this morning and was able to buy beef brain for 100 pesos, including part of the skull. Back home it was time to make some fresh beef brain kinilaw – ceviche. Here is the simple recipe.

Freshly squeeze some 6 to 7 calamansi.

Chop up 1 big onion, red or white.

Mix with beef brain.

What the concoction does is to kill the blood flavor of the freshly slaughtered brain.

So you taste all brain. Which is quite good. I still have 1/3 of the beef brain left in the refrigerator. I may finish it off tomorrow.

Happy brain hunting!


It is mid-April and we are in the peak of a hot summer season. My wife and children decided to make paleo diet ice candies made from ripe raw mangoes and fresh raw coconut cream. Here is the super simple recipe and pictures:

Buy your very ripe mangoes, make sure they are naturally ripened, they should smell sweet.

Buy your coconut niyog and have it shredded.

At home slice open the mangoes

Press your shredded coconut meat and get the coconut milk / cream.

Put the combination in a food processor / blender. And blend.

Pour in standard plastic ice candy wrappers.

Put in freezer.

Enjoy later in the mid-afternoon heat.

Gallery of pics here:

SWAT Team Surrounds Mother and child (with a tank), Mother Arrested for not drugging child. Child kidnapped by State.

Detroit mother Maryanne Godboldo faces multiple felony charges and is being held on $500,000 bond after a 10-hour standoff with a heavily armed police SWAT team. Godboldo was protecting her 13-year-old daughter from unnecessary medication ordered by the state.


Maybe it's time US people rose up and changed their laws.  This situation is so bizarre and wrong on all counts.  It's 1984 George Orwell or something.


Traditional Ilocano Dish: Raw Beef Kinilaw – Ceviche
April 15, 2011 By Good Samaritan Leave a Comment (Edit)

Kabigan Falls, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. We had breakfast in this area. As I was having my raw beef tapa (in coconut vinegar with pepper and garlic), the nice ladies offered me some freshly butchered raw beef at a nearby food stall in Kabigan Falls.

They offered me some slabs of fresh raw beef. Then I noticed a small pot with simple raw beef ceviche / kinilaw. This sold for 50 pesos per little plate. I asked if I could buy the entire pot which they estimated to have 5 servings, the shop owner said yes!

Then I saw the decapitated head of beef, I asked if I could buy the brain. They said they can only sell me half of the brain because they were going to use the other half of the brain to make another traditional Ilocano dish called Dinakdakan.

So I got half a raw brain. Of course it tasted great. We mixed the brain in with the raw beef ceviche. This Ilocos Norte traditional raw beef kinilaw is made with thin slices of raw beef plus calamansi and onions. It is that unbelievably simple.

I wanted this beef ceviche style because it keeps. Currently me and my family are on travel and this goes inside my trusty plastic container and has to keep and not stink. We have no ice.
We had lunch in Laoag with my wife’s Auntie who is an MD anesthesiologist and she was also familiar with this traditional raw beef kinilaw / ceviche. We were in a fine dining restaurant and she and I shared in this glorious fresh concoction which she has fond memories in her youth, she ate a lot of it, said it was fresh and very good.

The waiter in the fine dining place said they had dinakdakan on the menu but said they used mayonnaise instead of raw brain because mayonnaise had less of a smell? I call that BS reasoning. But that is what the waiter said.

What I think is that beef brains are small and there aren’t really enough of it to go around serving dinakdakan in the quantities they sell.

I find it very hard to get hold of raw beef brain in Marikina and Quezon City markets because it is in such great demand.

Anyway, back to the Ilocano traditional raw beef kinilaw… is no exaggeration, it is what it is because it is served in the turo-turo by traditional Ilocano people.

See link to original blog post with gallery of photos:

Off Topic / Comet ELEnin = Extinction Level Event
« on: April 06, 2011, 07:56:28 am »
Comet ELEnin = Extinction Level Event or Is it Nibiru or Dwarf Star System?
April 5, 2011 By Good Samaritan

Comet ELEnin update: Did you notice that the name for this comet by chance is ELEnin where ELE stands for Extinction Level Event? Sounds like the name used for this comet is trying to tell us something. This is it ELE, prepare or be doomed. I’ll bite. My family is making preparations. Initially rent several possible safe havens and make arrangements with friends for possible refuge. We need food, water and shelter. Prepare for possible massive long term blackouts and the biggest baddest earthquakes, tsunami and awakening dormant volcanoes. We are still in the process of locating safe areas. Anyone who would like to volunteer us safe refuge is welcome to offer! Thanks in advance!

full story and videos here

Instincto / Anopsology / Instincto Vegetables?
« on: April 02, 2011, 05:44:34 pm »
What are your favorite and recommended to try instincto vegetables?

Health / How to Cure Erectile Dysfunction
« on: March 30, 2011, 02:23:33 pm »
Please share erectile dysfunction cure ideas.

Let's serve mankind.

Here is my contribution:

This is true erectile dysfunction cure. Which needs to recognize true causes of erectile dysfunction first. Erectile dysfunction is not an age issue. Men are supposed to be as fertile and erect from 20 to 90 as long as we are healthy. The main cause of erectile dysfunction is it is a health issue. The man is simply not healthy. If you are having ED issues, you have a health problem. You need to address your health problem in its totality. You need to be NATURALLY cured of everything, real cure, not those drug and surgery treatments. If you are taking maintenance drugs, then you may never be naturally cured of erectile dysfunction.

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