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Cross-post from Reddit:

The Nordic Council of Ministers (a regional inter-governmental co-operation consisting of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland) has decided to close down the NIKK Nordic Gender Institute. The NIKK had been the flagship of “Gender Theory”, providing the “scientific” basis for social and educational policies that, from the 1970s onward, had transformed the Nordic countries to become the most “gender sensitive” societies in the world.

The decision was made after the Norwegian State Television had broadcasted a television documentary called “Hjernevask” (the Norwegian word for “Brainwash”) in which comedian Harald Eia exposed the hopelessly unscientific character of the NIKK.

Part 1 – ”The Gender Equality Paradox" https://vimeo.com/19707588
Part 2 – ”The Parental Effect” https://vimeo.com/19893826
Part 3 – ”Gay/straight” https://vimeo.com/19869748
Part 4 – ”Violence” https://vimeo.com/19921232
Part 5 – ”Sex” https://vimeo.com/19921928
Part 6 – ”Race” (password: hjernevask) https://vimeo.com/19922972 YouTube Alternative https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOnQPXuU81Q
Part 7 – ”Nature or Nurture” https://vimeo.com/19889788

Tl;dr: Comedian completely destroys every claim by the gender studies institute with proof from actual scientists, biologists, psychologists etc. to the point where the state shuts it down.

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Journals / Keeping up.
« on: June 07, 2015, 01:59:43 pm »
After a phase of eating mostly cooked foods and chasing around various endeavors which I thought of as necessary conformity, my spirit took a dive. I realize that I was riding on the benefits of an austere RAF phase of at least 18 months through 2010-2011, alongside the fervent exploration of things that genuinely interest me. For the past month I've eaten raw meals multiple times daily and have been feeling stronger, alert but not irritable, and with a pleasant disposition. Life is looking up and I'd be doing the world no favors by failing to credit this way of eating.

It's been years since I've browsed these pages. There came a point when being 100% raw and regularly engaged in self exposition brought me into a differently unhealthy phase of life than the one I came out of. Of course that's not the diet's fault, I was young and would tend to move into phases with great intensity. I'm working to rekindle this energy in a more stable way, without alienating myself or the uninitiated, for that fire attracts energy that can be used for good.

Update about current situation, eating habits:
I eat plenty of raw eggs, raw red meat and chicken meals, raw dairy, and raw honey; alongside plenty of cooked food as well. I'm not as overwhelmingly concerned about avoiding toxicity. So long as my situation continues to improve I'm very comfortable indulging in whatever is served to me, though I do avoid the obvious sabotage of fake food.

It should be mentioned that I weigh between 180-190lbs(81-86 kg), whereas I weighed around 160lbs(72 kg) back in 2010-2011. I've taken to the idea of gaining weight for stability and well-being, and the difference is amazing. I have been very hyperactive throughout my younger years, taking prescribed methylphenidate(ritalin) for 7 years(8yo-15yo), but now I see that eating plentiful good food alongside a strong meditation practice and sufficient breathing is the true remedy.

I start this thread with my current experiment: Moldy Raspberry Juice.
The thought of AV's recommendations came to me while looking at some berries at the market. I let the berries sit in a cupboard for more than a week to accumulate a good starting culture. Then mashed them into a squished state, not totally mashed but enough to sit in their own juice, then into the fridge for 10-12 weeks.

This was consumed on Thursday May 28th, 2015. The effects should show up mid-to-late June(3-4 weeks post-consumption). Here's a photo of the juice, it was like a wine but more lively. I enjoyed, as it was very easy to drink. We'll see how the effects play out. So far I have been going for naps, I'm a bit more tired, but I wouldn't describe myself as lethargic. Today my lower spine started aching, not terribly, but in an appreciated must-be-letting-go-of-something sort of way.

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Wasabi Steak Tartare
« on: June 07, 2015, 12:12:57 pm »
What's up, RAFooders?! It's been awhile, I thought I'd drop in and share a meal I've been eating regularly. The sauce is not 100% raw, but it's mostly raw and it's wonderful. Great intro meal if you're sharing with the uninitiated.

I make about a half cup of the sauce, eating it immediately and allowing it to brew in a cupboard for later use.

Ingredients:
-Steak
-Onion

Sauce:
-Og Tamari
-EV Pepita Oil
-Crushed Garlic
-Wasabi Paste
-Raw Honey
-Sea Salt

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Display Your Culinary Creations / Tzatziki sauce..
« on: July 07, 2011, 11:08:41 am »
Because it is nothing more than a delicious fluid of milky slime, I won't be posting pictures.

1 cup............ Dairy Cream
1Tsp...............Cucumber juice OR 1/3 cup.. diced cucumber
1Tbsp............ Lemon juice
1Tbsp............ Balsamic vinegar
1/2Tbsp......... Coconut aminos (salty but not salt, you could use a pinch of salt if you want)
However much garlic you like

This is a rough estimate, do it to please you, or to the liking of someone who can't take the straight beef flavor... yet

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General Discussion / SHR Follow up...
« on: June 22, 2011, 09:01:42 am »
http://www.superhumanradio.com/super-human-radio-show/756-raw-food-as-effective-as-anabolic-steroids-in-building-muscle-follow-up.html

This is a followup to the show #420. There was another but I am not familiar with the other.
Both of them are still in the raw and seeing great results, no surprise.
Circle jerk, imminent. LOL!
Enjoy.

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General Discussion / Wildlife flourishing in Chernobyl..
« on: June 06, 2011, 02:23:15 am »
GS brought this up, but I don't remember him, or anyone else, expounding on this.
I feel that this is a very important video supporting the idea of eating and living wild.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud33w26qsWQ

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General Discussion / I'm bbbback. All raw, yet again.
« on: May 25, 2011, 02:21:22 pm »
So, a while back I made comment that cooked starch was doing me good things, and it was. I gained about 20-25 pounds of lean mass and was looking better than before, when I was all raw. Now however, the situation has changed a bit. Acne returned, though not anything horrible. I am not as regular as when I was all raw. Dropping deuces once in the morning and once night. About three months into eating cooked starch once or twice a day, this turned into irregular, and sometimes in the middle of the day dumplings(real annoying). Ranging from 1 to 4 drop sessions a day. Sometimes sharting. The worst part was my body odor, from all pits. Gas that could kill a SAD family, with arm pit-stink accenting my every appearance. I remember a few times, going a week without shower, while all raw. Now I must shower each day, maybe even twice. I think "how the hell did I ever live like this?" then I remember "oh yeah, aluminum antiperspirant". Not an option to say the least.
With the exception of mead, which hardly counts, I have had no cooked food today. Eggs, butter, cream, peaches, beef, and coriander mead. My scent has already improved. Some new acne has appeared, but to hell with worry, it's better than stinking.

I was skinny on all raw but now I have a good source that provides lots of eggs, and the mead helps digest most of everything. We will see if these additions help in maintaining or even growing muscle mass.

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General Discussion / Honey for longevity...
« on: May 12, 2011, 05:11:47 am »
There are some bold claims in this article.
What do you all think?

http://www.honey-health.com/honey-13.shtml
Quote
Thomas Carn, according to the parish register of the church of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, died on January 28, 1588, aged 207 years. He was born under the reign of Richard II (1381 A.D.) and lived through the reigns of twelve kings and queens of England.

Thomas Parr, a native of Shropshire, died on the 16th day of November, 1635, at the age of 152. There is a story about Parr that he was asked by his sovereign Charles I. what he had done in his long life that other people could not accomplish. He answered that the Church had ordered him, when he was 102, to do penance. Thomas Parr at that age fell in love with Catherine Milton and had a child by her. Later, at the age of 12o, he married a widow. Shortly before his death Parr was invited to London by the Earl of Arundel, where he was introduced to his monarch and royally feasted. The rich food he indulged in, did not agree with him and he died soon after-ward. An autopsy was performed which revealed a congestion (plethora) of his viscera, otherwise the doctor who made the postmortem found his internal organs in perfect condition and believed that Parr could have lived for many more years if it had not been for his visit to London. Parr's maxim was, to keep one's head cool by temperance and the feet warm by exercise; to go to bed early and to rise early; and if one were inclined to become fat, he should keep his eyes open and his mouth shut. Parr's grandfather, a native of Bedfordshire, died in his 100th year. At the age of 85, he had a complete set of new teeth and his snowy hair became darker (Philosophical Transactions, Vol. XXIII). It was recorded of Parr that he was very fond of metheglin (honey wine).

Henry Jenkins, a native of Yorkshire, lived to the age of 169 years and died on the 8th day of December, 1670, as a result of a chill. It is said about Fisherman Jenkins that shortly be-fore his death he was still swimming like a fish. He left one son 102 and another 100 years old.

Catherine, the Countess of Desmond, died in Ireland in 1612 and saw her 148th year. She renewed her teeth thrice during her life, according to Lord Bacon.

Thomas Damme died in 1648 at the age of 154.

James Bowels, aged 152, lived in Killingworth and died on the 15th day of August, 1656.

Mr. Eccleston, a native of Ireland, lived to the age of 143, died in the year 1691.

Peter Torton died in 1724 at the age of 185.

John Ronsey, Esq., of the island of Distrey, Scotland, died in 1738, aged 137. He had a son one hundred years old, who inherited his estate.

Margaret Patten, a Scotch woman, died in 1739 at the age of 137. Colonel Thomas Winsloe, a native of Ireland, aged 146, died on the 22nd day of August, 1766.

Francis Consist, a native of Yorkshire, aged 150, died January, 1768.

William Ellis, of Liverpool, died on the 16th day of August, 178o, at the age of 130.

Kentigern, the Bishop of Glasgow, called also St. Monagh, lived to the age of 185, which is certified on his monument, erected in 1781.

Margaret Foster, aged 136, and her daughter, aged 104, natives of Cumberland, were both alive in the year 1771.

John Mount, a native of Scotland, who saw his 136th year, died on the 27th day of February, 1776.

William Evans, of Carnarvon, aged 145, still existed in 1782. Dumiter Radaloy, aged 140, who lived in Harmenstead, died on the 16th day of January, 1782.

Sir Owen of Scotland died at the age of 124; he left a natural son, born to him when he was 98. Sir Owen lived on milk, honey, vegetables, water and wine, and during the last year of his life he walked 74 miles in 6 days.

Peter Garden, a Scotchman, died at the age of 131. He was a tall and lean person and kept the appearance of the freshness of youth until his very end.

John Taylor, a Scotch miner, lived to 132; always smoked and kept his teeth sound until his death.

James Sands, an Englishman of the sixteenth century, died when 140; his wife, at the age of 120.

Lawrence Hutland, of the Orkney Islands, reached the age of 170.

Almost all these people came from a low station of life, except the Countess of Desmond. Their diets were, without exception, moderate, and in some instances, abstemious. Sir William Temple (the author of Health and Long Life), who also reached an old age, remarked, with respect to moderation in alcoholic drinks, "The first glass I drink for myself; the second for my friends; the third for good humor; and the fourth for my enemies." Sir William thought that "health and long life are usually the blessings of the poor." With regard to the influence of sex functions on longevity, it is remarkable that most men who reached an extreme age were "much" married and at a very late period of their lives. De Longueville, who lived to the age of 110, had ten wives and married again when 99. He had a son when he was roi years old. Great corporeal strength, acquired by labor or athletics, does not favor longevity. Few people with great physical prowess arrive at a great age.

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General Discussion / For Those Who Use Intermittent Fasting...
« on: April 14, 2011, 11:10:59 am »
I'd appreciate if you would share your own experiences!

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Off Topic / Taxes are theft
« on: April 12, 2011, 08:28:59 pm »
Please send a personalized version of one of these in with your tax return, or in another letter.
DO NOT attach to your return, this may result in in more theft.

They can steal but this will make sure they do not become mistaken, they are not a legitimate business.
Don't add any opinions, simply testify to your fear and that you are acting under coercion.
Does not matter where you live, if you are being extorted... LET THEM KNOW.
Share with friends too, the more the merrier!

An explanation by it's composer can be found here.
http://www.marcstevens.net/articles/454-affidavit-of-fear.html

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General Discussion / High meat growth time...
« on: April 05, 2011, 02:49:16 pm »
I have noticed that 6 month old meat is not as powerful as say 2-3 month old meat.
This may be due to a couple months when I did not air it out.
Still the question remains, so I'd like your thoughts.
Do you find that there is a "sweet spot" in the duration of time it is decomposing that yields the most effective/populated high meat?

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Instincto / Anopsology / Instinct for high meat...
« on: April 05, 2011, 02:45:10 pm »
I like high meat, but not in a craving/instinct sort of way...For the time being anyway
How does this fit into the philosophy?

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Off Topic / On Voting...
« on: March 24, 2011, 10:43:42 am »
To hell with that cowardly sh*t.
Anyone ever heard of "divide and conquer"?...

Does anyone here still publicly submit to the shepherds will by "choosing" which restrictive law will be violently imposed upon themselves while hiding in a secretive little booth?

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Health / Hiccups...
« on: March 15, 2011, 10:48:28 pm »
WTF?!
hyuk

Any ideas what is going on when a person just becomes spasmodic and making weird *hyuk* noises?

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Off Topic / About nail clippers...
« on: March 03, 2011, 11:58:42 am »
Picture a world without them.
I can't imagine early man scraping his nails on rocks to keep them short.

How do you imagine man and whoaman kept them tidy?
Do you think humans were a population of nail-biters?

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Off Topic / AcroYoga
« on: February 19, 2011, 02:18:23 pm »
I just came across this form of yoga... want to try it out immediately.  ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XChCPhZBj8A&feature=player_detailpage

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Primal Diet / Vonderplanitz formal education???
« on: February 14, 2011, 02:51:15 pm »
Where did he attend school?

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General Discussion / Silver skins?
« on: February 11, 2011, 12:48:39 pm »
I eat them.
Do you?

Any additional thoughts?

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Off Topic / Sugar in honey..
« on: January 29, 2011, 01:20:32 am »
Vonderplanitz seems to think that the sugar in honey should be disregarded, at first look I saw this as incredible or should i say uncredible.
After hearing of "Brady" eating a pound a day... I wonder...I know that raw crystallized honey is noticeably different than heated but still may have these sugars.
Do you think the 16 grams of sugar per teaspoon should be disregarded in raw honey?

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Health / No pain no gain?? To detox or not to detox...
« on: January 28, 2011, 06:34:02 am »
Some of us experience symptoms of detox that would motivate many people to ditch these ideas we share immediately...
What keeps you going on with this type of lifestyle?

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Off Topic / Joe Mercola on Dr Oz
« on: January 20, 2011, 02:23:03 am »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8BG79NXMJo
http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/alternative-health-controversy-pt-3

Mercola does a decent job laying out the problem with conventional medicine.
Dr Oz leaps right over Mercola's mentioning of raw milk like a gazelle. Completely dodged.
Mercola might be a salesman but I think he is doing some great things nonetheless.

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Off Topic / Question for the ladies...
« on: January 14, 2011, 03:51:51 am »
I like my smell but maybe a change of smell could be good thing to keep things interesting...
Using pine is kinda boring after a while.  ???
What kind of smell would you like to smell?

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Hot Topics / Eating Algae?
« on: December 28, 2010, 10:30:15 pm »
Hello! I recently started experimenting with spirulina.
I would like to know how many of us have tried it.

Who loves it? Hates it?

How much? How often?

What brand?

I'd like to hear anything you have to add!

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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / When do you eat sweet fruit?
« on: December 23, 2010, 01:02:58 pm »
I would like to know how it fits into your day...

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imCxofvkVEM

AV seems pretty confident, which is refreshing.

I would really like to read the papers he wrote proving that the "government" has no jurisdiction over his operations.
If you have the links or docs. Please Share!!

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