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Inteligent Design? This is just another Creationist-type drivel! GS, please try to grasp that anything to do with the palaeolithic era is wholly opposed to Creationism of any sort, whether it involves Bishop Usher's 4004 BC-estimated date of creation, or the (by now) largely-debunked Out of Africa notions  or the Von-Daeniken-esque notions of alien interventions in the past etc. We humans are governed by the laws of Nature/evolution and palaeolithic-style dogma/thinking is primarily  concerned with that aspect.

Well, this confirms G K Chesterton's quotation:- "When men choose not to believe in God, they do not thereafter believe in nothing, they then become capable of believing in anything."

It also shows that even high-IQ people often do and say stupid things....

I think most life on this planet was CREATED INTENTIONALLY.

(Who knows, maybe we are a science project by "high school students" of some SUPERIOR INTELLIGENCE.  Maybe we are experiments in a science project competition of sorts.  Hey... look at what I created...  Still waiting for these geneticists to find some sort of branding in our dna... maybe it says LEGO, HASBRO or MADE in the PLEIADES or whatever)

I do think humans specifically are recently genetically manipulated, hybrids.

Massive Genetic Study Reveals 90 Percent Of Earth’s Animals Appeared At The Same Time
30 May 2018, 7:01 am EDT By Nicole Arce Tech Times

Health / Re: Cancer - Solutions?
« Last post by goodsamaritan on June 11, 2018, 03:27:34 pm »
I have helped and cured people with cancer.
I confidently know what it is and how it is cured.
The question is does the patient get to me with spare time enough.
I can give you my solutions here when I have the time and if you are truly interested and ask here.
We can discuss your specific case.
Off Topic / Re: London Art Gallery rotting fish exhibit resulted in fire.
« Last post by TylerDurden on June 11, 2018, 01:32:37 pm »
Raw-meat humour(or any other kind of humour) really belongs in the permanent sticky "Give us a laugh" thread in the off-topics forum.*Topic moved*.
Off Topic / London Art Gallery rotting fish exhibit resulted in fire.
« Last post by FRANCIS HOWARD BOND on June 11, 2018, 04:34:42 am »
Last week,  a London Gallery featured a rotting fish art exhibit, but it exploded causing a fire.   Dozens of small, transparent bags, each containing a rotting fish decorated with stitched-on sequins and beads, were fixed to a wall.   ‘Majestic Splendor’ previously assaulted visitor’s noses in New York City during January 1997, so it was decided to include a chemical called potassium permanganate in these bags to reduce the odours.   Considered more reliable than refrigeration, it was not understood that this mixture with the decaying vapours from the fish might make a very explosive combination.    Alternatively the explosion might have resulted from pressure build-up in the bags.   Fortunately fire-fighters quickly put out the blaze, and a security guard was treated for smoke inhalation.

[Tyler, I do not know where to put this, but it might be of interest.   No reference to eating but definitely different!]
General Discussion / Re: Parasites Worms in our intestines
« Last post by a_real_man on June 11, 2018, 02:02:57 am »
I would advise you to do your due diligence in research, and then reach your own conclusions, keeping careful view of the assumptions you are making. In my view, you are making a good decision, in asking the RPD community about their experience with parasites. Make sure to also research old posts. After you do so, look up the scientific literature regarding parasites. Note that there is research showing how parasites are used to heal diseases. There is research showing parasites have difficulty infecting healthy bodies. Look up AV's ideas on parasites. Read up on Instinctotherapy. Take a look at folks who are eating a standard diet and see what their results with parasites are like - this is your control group. Then take a look at vegans, see what their results are like - experimental group #1. Try to see what the RPD eaters are like, in terms of parasites, and see how they are doing - experimental group #2.

Finally, I'll share my 2-cents. I've been eating RPD for 1 year now. I've eaten a large variety of raw animal foods, ranging from various cuts and organs of beef, raw chicken, raw fish organs that I gutted myself, crab, lobster, insects, all the way to more "advanced" foods like, cuts of pork, rotten maggot infested meat, 3 month old high liver and cuts I left several days in the sun. I've not seen or felt a single parasite interact with my body.

But let us say that I did. It would be important not to jump to conclusions. A parasite may be beneficial to me. And even if it were harmful to me, maybe the trade is worth it. I would keep these ideas in mind, and do thorough research.
Health / Re: Cancer - Solutions?
« Last post by TylerDurden on June 10, 2018, 11:03:18 pm »
The vomiting reflex is mostly due to social conditioning and the fact that raw animal foods have much higher taste than cooked animal foods.Try them on socially-acceptable raw animal foods first such as sushi/sashimi, beef tartare and raw cheeses.Another alternative, as espoused by Aajonus, is to start lightly cooking their animal foods, and then, every so often over days/weeks/months, gradually reducing the cooking-temperature by 1 or more degrees until, eventually, they can eat the raw meat at room-temperature.
Health / Re: Cancer - Solutions?
« Last post by Qondrar_The_Redeemer on June 10, 2018, 10:17:02 pm »
The trick is to get them to accept that eating raw meat is socially acceptable. So, East Asians would likely be the easiest to convince since much of their cuisine involves raw seafood etc. For a  Westerner, inviting them to eat sashimi at a sashimi restaurant, beef tartare at a grand restaurant, raw , aged herring in Scandinavia , eating raw aged cheese from France etc. would help. Knowing that they can eat raw animal food dishes in public without seeming odd/weird can help improve their diet.
I don't think they care as much as about being socially acceptable, as they do with disgust. They seem open to the idea of eating it, but they just can't do it, claiming that it's just too disgusting/repulsive and they are unsure if they could eat it without vomiting/being ill.
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