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Panacea, if possible, try to find a better source of eggs.  Walmart "cage free" "organic" eggs are still really low quality nutrition compared to real farm raised eggs.  Those birds have poor nutrition and are given supplemental and sometimes more toxic forms of vitamins, protiens and fats and are also live a sun deficient lifestyle both through environment and diet.   They are also often improperly handled.  If you are going to eat eggs at quanity and have a limited diet you need to make sure everything is high quality, you may end up eating less and spending less on high quality than you would on poor quality foods.  Also I would advice that if you are eatin salmon but whole wild caught salmon and eat the bones and skin in the form of the gelatinous broth you can brew by stewing them at low temps.  There is a huge amount if fat just under thr skinthat is always trimmed when you buy fillets.  Also add in some seaweed. 

Off Topic / Re: Orthokeratology
« on: April 29, 2016, 11:32:51 pm »
Myopia is swelling of the eyes caused by inflammation, whether that be linked to poor diet, environment or lifestyle habits, or all three.  Obviously being indoors is extremely harmful to all three.  Children and adults who suffer from myopia will never fully be "cured" by any methods unless these issues are addressed. 

Do you get your chickens from one of the major organic "free range" farms diaporpl??  I can't stand to eat those raw, although I used to crave them and still crave poultry from time to time.  Whenever I cave in I am soarly disappointed. Rarely can I get my cat to eat it either, although she does eat the smaller pieces such as wings and love the bones because they are so weak they are more similar to tiny songbirds bones and it's easy for her to access the marrow and eat the bones.  She will eat it cooked and honestly it is much more palatable to me that way, that is why I don't eat it.  She was raised on grass fed meats and wild road kill.  She goes absolutely nuts over wild turkey and other bird meats however.  It makes sense when you look at and taste the difference in the health of the bird, its organs, bones, feathers, it's evnvironment and the meat that is  produced in the wild vs farmed.  Industrially raisedpoultry, even up to organic and "free range" standards isn't really fit to eat and no birds should be kept that way:(

Off Topic / Re: What are you listening to?
« on: February 27, 2016, 03:09:39 am »
Cool, thanks. Have you also checked out the throat singing of other peoples (such as Mongolian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Dukha/Tsaatan, Eskimo, Maasai, ...)? There's lots of good stuff on Youtube.

ooo i will have to check out maasi throat singing!  thanks phil   

heres one from one of my favorite bands, mewithoutyou, this song is so poetic and potent and beautifully composed

As the Moon rose and the hour grew late, the day help on a Coconut estate raked up the dry leaves that fell dead from the Trees, which they burned in a pile by the lake.

The Beetle King summoned his men, and from the top of the Rhododendron stem: Calling all volunteers who can carry back here, the Great Mystery's been lit once again.

One Beetle emerged from the crowd in a fashionable abdomen shroud, said: I'm a Professor, you see, that's no mystery to me...
I'll be back soon, successful and proud.

But when the Beetle Professor returned he crawled on all six, as his wings had been burned, and described to the finest detail all he'd learned.

There was neither a light nor a heat in his words.

The deeply dissatisfied King climbed the same stem to announce the same thing, but in his second appeal sought to sweeten the deal with a silver Padparadscha ring.

The Lieutenant stepped out from the line as he lassoed his thorax with twine, thinking: I'm stronger and braver and I'll earn the King's favor.

One day all he has will be mine!

But for all the Lieutenant's conceit he, too, returned singed and admitting defeat: I had no choice, please believe, but retreat...
It was bright as the sun, but with ten times the heat! And it cracked like the thunder and bloodshot my eyes, though smothered with sticks it advanced undeterred. Carelessly cast an ash cloud to the sky, my Lord, like a flock of dark, vanishing birds.

The Beetle King slammed down his fist: Your flowery description's no better than his! We sent for the Great Light and you bring us this? We didn't ask what it seems like, we asked what it IS!

His Majesty's hour at last has drawn nigh!

The elegant Queen took her leave from his side, without understanding but without asking why, gathered their Kids to come bid their goodbyes.
And the father explained: You've been somewhat deceived...We've all called me your dad, but your True Dad's not me.
I lay next to your mom and your forms were conceived, your Father is the Life within all that you see.

He fills up the ponds as He empties the clouds, holds without hands and He speaks without sounds, provides us with the Cow's waste and coconuts to eat, giving one that nice salt-taste and the other a sweet.

Sends the black carriage the day Death shows its face, thinning our numbers with Kindness and Grace.

And just as a Flower and its Fragrance are one so must each of you and your Father become.

Now distribute my scepter, my crown and my throne and all we've known as 'wealth' to the poor and alone...

Without further hesitation, without looking back home, the King flew headlong into the blazing unknown!

And as the Smoke King curled higher and higher, the troops, flying loops 'round the telephone wires, they said: Our Beloved's not dead, but His Highness instead has been utterly changed into Fire!!!

Why not be utterly changed into Fire?...

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: February 24, 2016, 12:55:26 pm »
When roguefarmer giggles it sounds like someone is sawing wood lol.  (I'm sawing wood with you, plz don't be offended...)

its just funny they are trying to talk about perspective and relative reality but when they try to say it in science it sounds so fucking stupid.  they actually do the situation a huge disservice by trying to calculate and quantify.  they are trying to replace empathy with numbers and formulas.  no body's reality is the same, so there is no sense in even using the term "altered" reality as if there were one reality that was realer.  nonsense.  science is definitely the most unromantic language, no wonder everyone is perverted, deprived of sensuality and lacking sense....

"science", lol.

General Discussion / Re: Have I caught something from eating raw meat?
« on: February 09, 2016, 12:06:51 pm »
fear mongering with mosquitoes (TM).

maybe i am just romanticizing because i been reading them books about beautiful russian women with their souls intact and the people who actually live to tend their gardens......ah well... the world needs dreamers.

I just wonder if they have looked into their own personal natural history, because there are still many more indigenous Russians, and i do believe they had a more meatless diet, thriving(although not in the way we view it through our civilized eyes) eating fish, nuts(including pine nuts), mushrooms, berries, greens, fruits(apples and pears originated in the forests in that region) etcetc because this is what that landscape more naturally, healthfully and sustainable provided.  If there is that much loamy topsoil in the absence of cows they will have a hard time trying to mass produce food while keeping that topsoil intact because it is still an intense, undiversified and also alien process.  But yes their culture that is tied to nature is still much more intact than us transplants to the West and has a much better understanding that for a country to thrive you need healthful, intelligent, compassionate citizens. 

Personals / Re: Project Raw Paleo Footage
« on: January 30, 2016, 01:11:48 am »
When you slit their throat, if you do it right, they are said to loss consciousness within 5 seconds, and the bleeding is painless, the only pain being the puncture wound.  The resulting convulsions are due to the electrolyte imbalance in the muscles as they blood drains from the body.  I actually had a friend, a bison and sheep rancher I witnessed kill animals this way, end up accidentally taking his own life while whittling a bone ornament on his leg.  His knife slipped and sliced his leg, puncturing the femoral artery, he had just enough time to walk to his bathroom, sit down and reach for his first aid kit.  He died smiling.

It doesnt talk much about their pasture management practices in the article, does the video go more in depth?  Perhaps their is wildlife/undulates more suited to this environment and importing cattle may have been a bad move for the top soil with out proper management?  Someone should send Putin a copy of Restoration Agriculture by Mark Shepard and the folks at New Forest Farm.... 

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 18, 2015, 07:47:03 am »
Yeah, but when you unfriended twice without explanation, THAT was indicative of a lack of stability. Not that I care, it's just that you really are an aggressive and confrontational person with less than perfect emotional control, and discussing things calmly with you can be challenging as a result. I find it annoying that someone with no actual awareness of Moore's Law or anything remotely related to it is preaching about it like they know everything. But you don't. For pete's sake, you didn't even know about foliar feeding, yet you still claim to be some kind of expert on permaculture, plants, etc.. I mean, that's fine, but don't expect me to be interested in discussing this more with you. Keep working on yourself.

I have done foliar feeding in countless greenhouses and on row crops.  What I said was its highly unlikely you are going to have an adequate source of nutrients for foliar feeding when you destroy the soil and atmosphere.  I cant imagine anything more dire and its not a future I am willing to agree to.

Really, coming back to this facebook thing?  Facebook honestly has such little bearing in my life its quite absurd of you to keep bringing it up.  I am sorry that you were offended and think that it is indicative of instability.  It's not. 

I know you will never take my opinion seriously because I am not well read and, at times, lack tact.  I use expletives, get over it.  I live with and love people who are passionate and enjoy debate and even enjoy a good verbal "confrontation".  Debate is always a good chance to really reinforce how you do feel and what you do believe.  In fact, you bringing to attention my previous struggle with mental health has caused me to really take stock of how far my mental and physical health has progressed.  I was having such a good time living I hadn't really thought about it lately.  So thank you for that. 

None of my mental health issues EVER affected my relationships, in fact people I know(IN REAL LIFE) were and are always deeply shocked when I open up about what I have been through.  I live my life in an extremely benevolent manner, my responsibility has always been to others first.  What I have shared here is such a small part of who I am, what I do and what I have accomplished besides in the past few years.  Those arent really things I take time to translate to the internet because honestly, I just don't care to.  Not everyone is interested in being an internet persona. 

My success probably cant be measured in a way that makes sense to you because we dont share the same value systems.  Perhaps there no room for honest emotion among civilized folk like yourself.  Lord knows someone might find out that you are not perfectly stoic, have vulnerability and passion and might twist that through their perverted perception and actually use it against you.  I don't think its a fault to be emotionally invested in life. 

I have never claimed to be an expert on anything.   I know what I do because I have done it.  I am more interested in living life than studying death.  Why would anyone ever stop working on themselves?  I think you need to take a few lessons in humility yourself. 

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 17, 2015, 11:06:02 pm »
It's not offensive in any real sense. We were discussing the theoretical harm I had caused you by pointing out your volatility, and so I brought up the theoretical harm you had done me by unfriending me twice with no explanation. I'm not trying to insult you.

lol ck so youre a scientist and a politician?

If you hadnt insinuated that my previous mental health status were something i was currently suffering and that it was apparently driving my opinion, or were a reason to "feel sad" or something "hard" for me to have gone through i wouldnt have had to explain to you that it was quite the opposite. 

Having had mental health issues was perhaps the best learning experience of my life that brought me to a higher level of empathy, consciousness and knowledge about the multifaceted causes and also solution to mental health issues.  It has also made me healthier, mentally, physically and yes, spiritually, than many of the people I know because i did not fear to stifle my emotions, rather knew that being totally open and honest about what i was feeling was the only way I was ever going to find a solution.  If having a spiritual life, being vulnerable and also having feelings towards and about the world ruins the validity of my opinions in your view that is something I cannot understand.  I would much rather live in a world with feeling, empathetic, people who are aware and willing to admit their short comings and come up with heart felt solutions instead of trying to deny that they can and may do wrong and push forward with headstrong destruction.   

My internet use is not my resume on life and your view on it, that you should be able to totally judge the content of my character, my validity, my emotional status etc, by how i use social media is just the exact shit scientist do when they take a small, abstracted portion of a reality of a situation and use it as causation to judge the whole of a situation.  Its not adequate information, its not real knowledge, its just a tiny, obscure peace of the puzzle.

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 17, 2015, 09:08:30 am »
Ps CK..  I don't even know/remember your real name.  If that is offensive to you you really need to consider what stake you are putting in your Internet relations.

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 17, 2015, 09:01:05 am »
So you judge people's emotional stability by the way they participate on Facebook?  Are you in junior high?  That is so ridiculously laughable.  If youd like I can explain the name change, it's purely aesthetic.  I have Unfriended, for the most part, people I don't know in real life.  Perhaps I added you mistakenly, I hope that you do not take social media so seriously that you would take offense to being unfriended.  Perhaps it would also help if I explained how I use social media and the Internet, since folks seem to take it so seriously as to get photoshoots and such to express of uphold whatever image they are trying to project.  I mostly use Facebook to communicate through extremely limited photo sharing with my mom, I am also interested in events in my community and anything educational from organization that I respect.  I don't use it to share much of my personal life or keep in contact with a lot of people because I am too busy livin and enjoying the company of those who do not give two shits about documenting every small occurance and being in communication with otherwise.  It's kind of bizarre to me how much importance people give to their internet personas and how muh minutia people share.  Oh well.  As for my participation in this message board, it's always been a place I have come for trouble shooting or to keep myself accountable and it's been super patchy use. 

If my fault is being honest about my struggle with "mental health" so be it.  If i had ever cared to explain the source, i am sure you would realize i have been through more than most people, and come from some extremely difficult stock.  I shared because I knew, always, that being "mentally ill" was something happening TO ME, whether it be due to diet, social, culutral or physical environment, and it was something I could find a solution to.  I investigated and spoke about it because I refuse to become disempowered by other people's narrow minded ideas about emotional issues, their source and what it takes to deal wih them.

Sure it would be great if I had posted all my success and growth, it would probably have been extremely helpful to others.  I don't seem to have much time or attention span for sharin those things, especially I am busy sharing with and enjoying my family and community in real life.

It's pretty obvious you haven't ever taken mushrooms. If people can be "enlightened" without eating healthfully or appreciating nature, then they are attund to ill health and what... What do we have without nature?  We don't even have ourselves.

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 17, 2015, 06:51:37 am »
Low blow, my friend.  If that's the best you have keep at it.  I am totally emotionally resilient and intact.  If the fact that I can recognize fault and feel grief means that I have a mood disorder, so be it. 

Isn't there a saying that it's no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society?  It took me years to realize I wasn't the one who was nuts.  I am actually just extremely perceptive and have an unruined soul.  I'm lucky, even when the world tried to break me from trusting my own nature, the nature inside of me, I always relied on the nature outside of me to be my guide.  And in that way I was able to recognize and regain my instincts and health, mentally, psychically and emotionally. Part ofthat journey was figuring out how to nourish my body in a way that didnt stimulate mental unrest and physical degeneration.   That's why I am here.  I see our current system and way of believing as a global culture only progressing in ways that cause mental unrest and physical degeneration, why would I accept that?  Why would not those same principals that truely heal one not heal all when we are all so basically similar.  We can't go towards a world with no air, sun or water because these are the very things we coevolved with, if we do we are not human.  I am not for trans humanism for whatever the fuck scifi future everyone has such a boner about these days.

Your thinking about growing veggies in an artificial environment with lame inputs is why the industrial agriculural system is a failure.  Same shit different pile.

Also, if you want to discuss psychology, it must suck to be in a culture where you should be enjoying praise for the many initiations you have gone through and services you bring to the community, but you don't because I am guessin you are some kinda desk Jocky and your worth is symbolic and abstract and nobody gives a why.  You are numbers.  So here you are tryin to convince people your value and earn accolades and following from folks on a message board.  Wouldn't it be nice to exist within a different paradigm?

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 17, 2015, 04:59:30 am »
If we didn't have soil our atmosphere would be so fucked there would be no seaweed to derive nutrients from.  Find some other article about where you can dervice those same nutrients, t doesn't fucking matter to me.  Data is not knowledge.  I remember when I worked in orchard country going to a federal research lab and talking to "scientists" about biological control of pests using insects and such.  We went into their greenhouse where they grew sample plants to use in the laboratories and I noticed a bunch of volunteer plants grown on the greenhouse floor.  It blew me away that none of the scientists could identify the volunteers!  They were so "specialized" in their scope they had no idea (and weirdly enough no curiosity about) what was growing right under their feet.  People are so fucking narrow minded nowadays, and it's to be expected.  We are trained in such a way as to limit our abilty to perceive the world, and most if it is fear based education.  And now we are being totally alienated from knowing nature as THE SOURCE, that people don't even know how to learn from their surroundings, observation and experiences.  Sure they can write down data but their scope is so small and they necessitate beig able to make everything clean, linear, calculatable... That's not life.  this is a huge mutliverse and a lot of it is meant to be felt rather than interpreted through our diminished mental capacities.  People are totally being physically and psychologically damaged by the over culture that has made false history and abstracted technology religions.  The more you rely on technology and listen to the sick murmurs of our overculutre that the only way "out" is to continue at the same rate and in the same direction of "progress" the sicker and weaker we will become as a species.  There is no healthy future using the fear, war and control based technologies men have created.

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 16, 2015, 12:59:11 am »
ps good luck doing anything without soil.

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 15, 2015, 07:39:59 am »
traveling causes plauges also, we need to stop thinking globally and get back to ourselves, what we are capable of as individuals and how that translates to our immediate environment and community.  its sad that people are already so disempowered that they dont even know how to access their own physical capabilities and potential, but i refuse to go the way of those people.  that is why i investigated my own health issues and found raw paleo.  i am not a farmer, by a long shot, i am a human and i see that we are brilliant beings with huge capability for creating both harm and harmony.  most of our current cultural and social psychology is driven by power hungry greedy sociopaths, and we all live as scared children on planet time out.  obviously i think its important to be informed by history, and i dont think we should or even could revert back to previous times and ways. but the trick is to not be fooled by history and the powers that be who use history as religion to scare people into believing that there is only one way to progress and that it is to give all of your power to a higher source, be that government or religious idol, and live on earth as if it were purgatory or hell.  its a choice to live this way, to create a world that is unsuitable for humans, it is suicide to give your personal power away to this ideology.

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 15, 2015, 02:55:56 am »
Quote from: JeuneKoq

I hope we'll one day have permaculture machines capable of harvesting different plants at their optimal picking time, in squares of land with several species growing next to one another.

We have those, they are called humans, they are the most technogically advanced things on the planet and we have billions of them.

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 14, 2015, 11:47:06 pm »
People are already really into that stuff, and i also understand people are also into frankenfood at the same pace, but why would you eer on the side of "science" and all of its horrendous consequence? "If you plan for anything other than Eden, that's what you are going to get"-Mark Shepard.....PLAN FOR EDEN. 

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 14, 2015, 10:33:45 pm »
for the people who think monoculture and GMO is the only way to "feed" the country.  its not.  poly culture, silvopasture,  and returning our grasslands to cattle and other grazing animals would only improve the amount of food, sequester carbon back into the soil, and help grow back the top soil and diversify the prairie.  our grasslands, at some point, sustained 10's of millions of bison.......thats a lot of meat, fertilizer, leather, etc. the land has just been misappropriated, much like all other resources on the planet, and people are being forced to make poor food decisions, whether it be due to lack of proper education, "supply", thinking meat is too expensive, dogma, etc..

Hot Topics / Re: The opposition.
« on: October 13, 2015, 11:09:22 pm »
listen to any of vendana shivas lectures talks on seed politics and the interests of those who wish to pervert nature with their greed and you will realize there are so many other issues besides the possibility that GMO's might mutate cells within the body.  the actual food produced by gmo crops might be the least destructive part of the process.  i dont know why its so hard for people to wrap their heads around the fact that it is mulitfauceted destruction of land and how we relate to nature and each other.

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