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Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Insects - what to look for when buying
« on: August 23, 2017, 11:34:18 am »
All I can say about the ants eggs is they taste better raw.
And at the same time see that they are fresh and alive.
They are no good dead or old.
That they are as clean as they can be.
Take away the live ants as they taste not so good but it can't be helped you eat some of them.

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Insects - what to look for when buying
« on: August 23, 2017, 11:21:59 am »

Adobong kamaru - Pampanga (available in Pampanga regional restaurants in our city... all you can eat) (Wild)
Kamaru, or mole crickets, which are plentiful in Pampanga, are considered a Kapampangan delicacy. It is often made into adobo, but can also be served deep fried. Several restaurants in Pampanga serve this dish, including Everybody's Café in San Fernando.

Adobong salagubang - Nueva Ecija
The salagubang, or june bug, is a common treat in Nueva Ecija, where many of these beetles thrive. When fried, it can be served as an appetizer or as pulutan (food served with alcoholic drinks, usually beer).  Sometimes, it is prepared like adobo and eaten with rice. Salagubang can be found in some markets in Nueva Ecija.

Adobong uok - Rizal, also in Ilocos in the rainy season, eaten raw, people wait for this season (wild)
Beetle larvae may not sound very appetizing at first, but uok cooked as adobo served with rice and tomatoes is considered an exotic delicacy. One restaurant that serves this dish is Balaw-Balaw Restaurant in Angono, Rizal.

Abuos - Ilocos, (I have eaten this raw and it is delicious, ilocos is FAR from me. Sold in the wet markets.) (wild)
Also known as ant-egg caviar, this Ilocano delicacy is one that is tasty, but a little bit pricey. Abuos, which looks like legumes, is often served sautéed in garlic or prepared as adobo, though some eat it raw. These are sold at public markets in Ilocos, and are usually displayed on leaves.

"There is thought to be a primitive wild sheep ancestor." -- geneticists have not found a wild sheep ancestor yet... not yet.


"Domestic sheep are thought to have descended from the wild mouflon of Europe and Asia (left). Robert Bakewell also played a large role in breeding sheep to be big but delicately-boned, with high-quality fleece and fatty forequarters (right)."

Geneticists have concluded that the wild mouflon is descended from the domestic SHEEP.

Domestic SHEEP has no known genetic ancestor that can be traced so far.

General Discussion / Re: What kind of water do you drink?
« on: August 19, 2017, 06:59:42 am »
Brushing teeth with sea water... GREAT IDEA!  Thank you.
Stored sea water is okay for this?
How long does sea water keep?

General Discussion / Re: What kind of water do you drink?
« on: August 17, 2017, 10:52:01 am »
I drink no water

Ya, I tried this thing when I was fruitarian and on Wai Diet, I eventually found my way to water.

General Discussion / Re: What kind of water do you drink?
« on: August 15, 2017, 07:10:10 pm »
i like bubbly water in glass.  Avoid plastics as they allegedly contain BPA.  Spring water if I travel to a spring some 3 hours away and bring home a few gallons.  Basically try to look for the best water I can find and spend for it.

I disagree with Aajonus on his views on SALT.
I try to get the best salt and variety as I can.
Maybe it is because I had problems with fungus / mold in my environment / old house I had to move, and consuming more SALT was integral to healing my fungus / mold issue.

I also disagree with Aajonus on parasites.
I am well armed and deadly when parasites give me or my family problems.

Suggestion Box / Re: "Science" section
« on: August 08, 2017, 10:48:33 am »
"Science" is now open to the public.
Check it out.

Suggestion Box / Re: "Science" section
« on: August 07, 2017, 10:51:07 am »
I agree with Iguana too.

So... let's move it then?

Science / Re: More absurd claims re Neanderthal extinctions
« on: August 06, 2017, 05:16:38 pm »
I read in genetic studies that the original black negro africans are the only race of humans that DO NOT HAVE neanderthal dna.

Just check the global fertility rates, see how much fertile the africans are versus other races.

Science / Re: More absurd claims re Neanderthal extinctions
« on: August 05, 2017, 08:34:37 am »
I would study South Africa.
How the white people / neanderthals there are being exterminated.
Also I have noticed that white people / neanderthals procreate much slower / pickier / reserved / contraceptive regarding sex / procreation. 
See fertility rates of neanderthal types white people and chinese type people.
Seems the african negro stock are the remaining stock of humans that procreate with vigor.

Possibly in the previous cycles of human civilization, the neanderthals then were victims of PC / feminism / contraceptive / monogamy shit just like today's downfall.

My understanding so far is that human civilization ups and busts have been going on for many cycles.  And I don't know for how many.

Our current run up is just one cycle yet again.

Update 2017.
Modern Maasai.
With cars.
Their marriage traditions.
One marriage ceremony documented.
Polygamy is expected.
Women married off at 15.
Their father's choice is revered because the love of a father for his daughter is best.

Published on Mar 2, 2017
According to the Maasai culture, having many wives and children is an indication of wealth. Young girls from as little as 15 years old are married off by their fathers.
In this episode, "Faces of Africa" follows the story of an 11 year old girl, Eunice Mitao, as she's being married off as a second wife to a young Maasai man.

What I can tell is that this husband is wealthy. 
He has a car.
He has land.
He has livestock.
He has a farm.

And most importantly, his bloodline has a FUTURE!

Off Topic / Re: Falling male sperm-count may lead to human extinction
« on: July 28, 2017, 10:23:33 pm »
I loved that movie, Idiocracy as you posted above.

This is why I am determined to create many descendants so at least my High Intelligence, higher than those allegedly High IQ idiots in that movie, will be BOTH HIGH IQ and reproductive at the SAME TIME.

You can be HIGH IQ and decide to DELIBERATELY use your high IQ to create more babies.

You can THINK your way out of all those alleged obstacles to making children... EARLIER.

You can teach your CHILDREN to make children earlier.

Off Topic / Re: Falling male sperm-count may lead to human extinction
« on: July 28, 2017, 07:22:25 am »
And some people, like us will retain high sperm counts and reproductive ability.
So I'm encouraging some of you to come along and let's inherit the earth with our quality selves.

Off Topic / Re: Falling male sperm-count may lead to human extinction
« on: July 27, 2017, 04:43:40 pm »
I think you should join me in this pro-natal business and churn out more and more quality babies like you and me.

What's all our health for anyway?

Off Topic / Re: Falling male sperm-count may lead to human extinction
« on: July 27, 2017, 10:28:25 am »
Tyler,  how can you say that the MAIN REASON for this lowering sperm count is from cooked foods?
Do you have stats to show that western people are cooking their foods at a higher percentage than previous decades?

General Discussion / Re: Eating enough food.
« on: July 26, 2017, 07:42:13 am »
I used to have tapeworms in 2009.
I was eating 600 grams of raw meat a day.
And was not gaining weight.  Stuck at 124 lbs at only 5'5"

By Jan 2010 I took a month long dewormer program (
My appetite crashed to 200 to 100 grams of raw meat a day.
And I gained weight to 135 lbs immediately.

Look into deworming just like livestock do.  Maybe it is time.

Off Topic / Re: *Sigh* The future of humanity...
« on: July 13, 2017, 08:09:13 am »
In the 1980s...

Woman meets man when she is 18.
Marries as a virgin at 21.
Has her first naturally conceived baby at 22.
And proceeds to make an additional 4 more babies before 40.

Off Topic / Re: *Sigh* The future of humanity...
« on: July 13, 2017, 08:01:10 am »
In 2010

Jemma Simpson, 33, from Alvechurch, Worcestershire, was won over by Edd Rodgers, 37, after he served her a deep fried chocolate bar for pudding at his home on the ITV dating show.

In 2017

Seven years later, Jemma has given birth to baby daughter Ember - and the happy couple say they now can't 'imagine life without her'.

Jenna is 40...

Too old at 40
Too old at 33
What was she doing with her sexuality between 16-24?
Let me guess... fucked contraceptively (chemicals, condoms, devices) 20+ men, had a couple of STDs, had a couple of abortions...

Woman was sabotaged all through her life.

It's not just food...

Seems many things can eliminate us.

We just need to keep on fighting and fucking for real.

Funny dating review.

General Discussion / Re: Variety?
« on: June 19, 2017, 02:31:24 pm »
Van is correct about instinctive eating.
I myself do not season flavorings into food and learned that instinctive eating thing.
It is really helpful.

For example, instinctively I craved for raw starch, you can look it up here in this forum.

The seasonings I used were a curative thing for fungus mold

General Discussion / Re: Variety?
« on: June 19, 2017, 08:41:09 am »
I discovered I need salt.  Himalayan salt works for me.

I had fungus / mold issues so I discovered Italian Seasoning.

These are dried herbs and really do the job of helping kill of fungus and parasites.

As for variety of meats, hell yeah I went around and did my exploration with sources for horse, goat, various sea food like fish, clams, oysters, crabs, squid, sea weed (I live in an archipelago)... different fruts, different raw starches, different raw veggies. 

I dislike the taste of freshwater farmed fish, totally yuck tilapia / milkfish... too gross.

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