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Off Topic / Re: Six men to brave 520-day isolation on 'Mars mission'
« on: June 04, 2010, 08:31:24 am »
I'm wondering if it were us, what diet would we bring along?  Will our raw meats and raw organs keep refrigerated or frozen that long?  What food stuff would you bring along if it were you?
Very unlikely.
Regarding the sex abstinence part, 520 days of zero sex sounds like too much torture to me.  
Yeah, they'd probably take matters into their own hands, if you know what I mean.

Off Topic / Re: Eletrical fields
« on: May 04, 2010, 11:25:15 am »
As an engineering student, I had to take two semesters of physics, and I can say that any claim that a piece of jewelry can stop an electric field is pure BS, and any person selling it and making crazy claims about greatly improved health, or even immortality, should be thrown in jail for quackery and false advertising.  The only way to effectively shield yourself completely from an e-field would be to place either yourself or the source (or sink) of the e-field inside a faraday cage.  Furthermore, an electromagnetically charged ring would more likely increase the e-field of anything inside it.

I found an article in the news you might find funny.

Quote from: The Onion - November 30, 2005 | Issue 41•48
CIA Realizes It's Been Using Black Highlighters All These Years

LANGLEY, VA—A report released Tuesday by the CIA's Office of the Inspector General revealed that the CIA has mistakenly obscured hundreds of thousands of pages of critical intelligence information with black highlighters.
Enlarge Image CIA Realizes It's Been Using Black Highlighters All These Years

CIA Director Porter Goss.

According to the report, sections of the documents— "almost invariably the most crucial passages"—are marred by an indelible black ink that renders the lines impossible to read, due to a top-secret highlighting policy that began at the agency's inception in 1947.

CIA Director Porter Goss has ordered further internal investigation.

"Why did it go on for this long, and this far?" said Goss in a press conference called shortly after the report's release. "I'm as frustrated as anyone. You can't read a single thing that's been highlighted. Had I been there to advise [former CIA director] Allen Dulles, I would have suggested the traditional yellow color—or pink."

Goss added: "There was probably some really, really important information in these documents."

When asked by a reporter if the black ink was meant to intentionally obscure, Goss countered, "Good God, why?"

Goss lamented the fact that the public will probably never know the particulars of such historic events as the Cold War, the civil-rights movement, or the growth of the international drug trade.

"I'm sure the CIA played major roles in all these things," Goss said. "But now we'll never know for sure."

In addition to clouding the historical record, the use of the black highlighters, also known as "permanent markers," may have encumbered or even prevented critical operations. CIA scholar Matthew Franks was forced to abandon work on a book about the Bay Of Pigs invasion after declassified documents proved nearly impossible to read.

"With all the highlighting in the documents I unearthed in the National Archives, it's really no wonder that the invasion failed," Franks said. "I don't see how the field operatives and commandos were expected to decipher their orders."

The inspector general's report cited in particular the damage black highlighting did to documents concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy, thousands of pages of which "are completely highlighted, from top to bottom margin."

"It is unclear exactly why CIA bureaucrats sometimes chose to emphasize entire documents," the report read. "Perhaps the documents were extremely important in every detail, or the agents, not unlike college freshmen, were overwhelmed by the reading material and got a little carried away."

Also unclear is why black highlighters were chosen in the first place. Some blame it on the closed, elite culture of the CIA itself. A former CIA officer speaking on the condition of anonymity said highlighting documents with black pens was a common and universal practice.

"It seemed counterintuitive, but the higher-ups didn't know what they were doing," the ex-officer said. "I was once ordered to feed documents into a copying machine in order to make backups of some very important top-secret records, but it turned out to be some sort of device that cut the paper to shreds."

General Discussion / Re: Mercola has become a big fan of raw foods
« on: February 23, 2010, 06:21:04 am »
To avoid his email prompt, I just use NoScript, an add-on for Firefox, which blocks scripts but allows only scripts from sites you specifically put on a whitelist.  I very much recommend it, and it is available here:
I then set NoScript to forbid scripts from

Off Topic / Net neutrailty
« on: October 30, 2009, 11:44:40 am »
First, a definition:
Network (Or net) neutrality: The principle that all content on the internet should be free of arbitrary restrictions or bias on content, platforms, or equipment attached, so long as it is not illegal, and does not damage the network, and that communication should not be unreasonably degraded in favor of other streams of communications.

The Internet was founded on the basis of a level playing field for everyone.  Whether you are an international mega-corporation or an individual running a blog or a small business from your basement, everyone has the same quality of access and can put their ideas and services out with the same speed and efficiency.  All consumers have absolute freedom to pick what services they want to use.  It is because of net neutrality that the little guy is able to get ahead.  Net neutrality is also the reason this very forum was able to get by, and people are able to find true health information.

However, the big telecom companies, such as Comcast and AT&T, have been aggressively lobbying to kill net neutrality.  If they get their way, they will be able to bend the internet to favor their own services, and companies that pay them enormous fees for access to the "fast lane", meaning the little guy will not be able to survive.  Companies would also be able to block competing services and censor political views and arguments contrary to their own.

Imagine if, without net neutrality, Big Telecom (Comcast, AT&T, Verizon) was to make a deal with Big Pharma (Merck, Pfizer), Big Soy, Big Cereal, and Big Agriculture (General Mills, Kelloggs, Unilever).  They would be able to block any information contrary to their agenda of selling unhealthy food and keeping the people sick enough to by Big Pharma's drugs.

For those of us who want know how to follow the ways of our ancestors and experience true health, as well as show others the way to true health, especially since we're so far outside the mainstream, net neutrality is not just an asset, it's a necessity.

I found a website with more information:  You might also want to check their FAQ page for more of an intro to net neutrality.

Also, if you're American, please contact your congressman at and respectfully urge him to support the Internet Freedom Preservation Act of 2009 (H.R. 3458).

Off Topic / Re: What COULD you eat, right now?
« on: August 02, 2009, 11:25:11 am »
I live in a Louisville suburb.  There is a little wilderness nearby within walking distance, and the houses have medium size yards with a few trees.  So, there are some birds and squirrels.

Another video game example: A free downloadable game called Ancient Domains of Mystery.  Sure, it just uses ASCII text based graphics, but it's actually a very deep and complex game with many variables, and strangely addictive. Objects and characters are represented with letters and symbols.  For example, gold is represented with a yellow $, the player character is represented with a white @, water in lakes or rivers is represented with a blue =, food is represented with a % (Different colors for different foods. For example, raw meat uses a red %, an apple uses a green %), and enemies and other characters are represented with different letters of the alphabet.  The download is here.  There are Windows, DOS, Linux, and Mac versions.  Make sure you download the right one.

Try hunting.

Off Topic / Re: Where's everybody living?
« on: June 03, 2009, 09:59:12 am »
Louisville, KY

Off Topic / Re: New York: The Criminalization of Everyday Life
« on: June 03, 2009, 09:58:41 am »
I might consider moving to Texas after I graduate from college.

I may be branching out a little by mentioning a video game, but there is Konami's Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, which is a stealth action game which takes place in a jungle controlled by the USSR, and finding food to keep your stamina up is a significant part of the game.

General Discussion / Re: Eating Egg Shells
« on: October 19, 2008, 01:39:06 pm »
ooookay  :o  Let me guess, your plane crashed in the jungle and you were raised by snakes. I KNEW IT!!!
Nope, I just see no reason of going through the trouble of cracking the shell, removing the yolk, and consuming them separately.  It's just easier to eat them together (And more satisfying, too).

Suggestion Box / Create a Raw Paleo Forum Folding@Home team
« on: October 18, 2008, 12:41:03 pm »
My suggestion: An admin for this forum should create a team for F@H, and encourage members to join.  I have a post with more F@H info in the Off-Topic forum section.

Off Topic / Folding@Home
« on: October 18, 2008, 12:32:33 pm »
Have any of you heard of Folding@Home?  For those of you who are not familiar with Folding@Home or distributed computing, click:

Basically, it boils down to this:  You download a small program to your computer.  This program downloads data to work on from a central server, and uses spare processing power to simulate protein folding and molecular interactions.  Then the data is reported back for analysis.  Scientists use this data to better understand the development and progression of many diseases.  The download is at:

This program does not contain any spyware, adware, or trojans.  It only uses idle processing time, so when even though it causes the processor to run at nearly full capacity the entire time, there is virtually no slowdown in the computer.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Feeder mice
« on: October 18, 2008, 10:38:14 am »
I've been thinking:  People buy mice to feed to their pets, such as not only reptiles, but also more conventional pets, like dogs.  Said pets generally eat the entire mouse, bones, organs, and all.  They are said to be very healthy for the dogs.  Our digestive systems are virtually identical to those of dogs.  Also, according to Wikipedia (The mouse article), people have eaten mice since prehistoric times.  So the question is: Have any of you ever eaten feeder mice?

General Discussion / Re: Eating Egg Shells
« on: October 18, 2008, 10:27:52 am »
I eat eggshells with the egg.  When I eat eggs, I just insert the whole egg, shell and all, into my mouth, chew and swallow.

Welcoming Committee / Just joined, a little about myself
« on: October 18, 2008, 10:22:33 am »
Hello. I'm 20 years old, and I'm a student at the University of Louisville, majoring in computer engineering (3 semesters of calculus is hard.).  Over the last couple years, and especially months, I have read information regarding diet and health, and quickly found conventional advice untrustworthy.  It wasn't long until I found that our primary food should come from animals, rather than plants.  Recently, however, I have been gaining an interest in raw animal foods, and though I haven't actually started getting into a raw food diet (Other than the occasional egg) yet, I am interested in learning more about it.

Edit:  Also, the reason I picked this screen name: First, it is a reference to a certain video game series, which originally came out on the Super Nintendo, but I didn't discover until about 4 years ago. Second, the word "Maverick" refers to my extracurricular studies, done completely outside of any school work (For high school or college), in which I found a web of lies, corruption, and bad science, leading to my rejection of the establishment's dietary advice.  Third, the word "Hunter" refers to me wanting to actually try hunting.  I've never been hunting, but would very much like to try, as it would not only be fun to hunt down the animal, but it would be the perfect opportunity to start trying RAF's from a natural and very fresh source (I would start with small game, as I read on these forums that the organs of smaller animals are supposed to have a milder flavor, which is helpful for newbies).  So until then, it can just refer to "hunting for the truth".  Finally, the number 40245 is my zip code.

For regular entertainment, I like to play video games.  I also like to make games using programs like Game Maker 7, and I also have experience with making levels for games like Half-Life 2 and Star Wars: Jedi Academy.  I also like to watch movies.  Also, I'm typing this post from a computer I built rather than bought.
Also, I've been horseback riding a few times, and I have some firearms experience.  I have fired handguns (semi-auto and revolver), 12-gauge shotguns, a 22 caliber rifle, and an AR-15 (A civilian version of the M-16, without the full-auto fire.).

I've also been moving around a lot.  My extended family mostly lives in Texas.  I was born in Alberta, Canada, where I lived for 7 years.  Then I moved to Andover, Minnesota, where I lived for 2 years.  Then I lived in an apartment in Hamilton, Massachusetts for 1 year, before moving to a house in Ipswich, Massachusetts, where I lived for about 5 years.  Then I moved to Louisville, Kentucky, where I live now.

I also studied a little Japanese in high school. Edit: The Japanese is not showing up properly.

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