Monthly Archives: September 2011

Internet Anonymity and You

Anonymity Destroys Social Cohesion Currently a major barrier toward effective organization of good men is that most good men on the internet are not visible to other good men. The reason they are not visible is because they believe anonymity … Continue reading

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Vitamin D Fortified Milk

Some people consider it unethical to drink milk such as vegans and some people only drink milk from cows who were milked in a less cruel way than the way some cows are milked. As far as milk goes in … Continue reading

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Meet The Koala’s

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Eight Simple Things You Won’t Believe Science Can’t Answer

I’ve always felt that science is still not dealing with many practical aspects of life, that the scientific method is the whore of money (funding), and that scientists in general spend most of their time fawning on each other, publishing … Continue reading

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How To Eat A Mango

The following two websites explain how to eat mangoes. http://howtoeatamango.net/ http://freshmangos.com/aboutmangos/index.html According to seemingly credible information the skin of mangoes is toxic and so those sights advise against eating the skin of mango fruit as do I. The mango is … Continue reading

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Chinese Martial Arts, or Gongfu

Gongfu has a number of remarkable traditions and arises out of monasteries of celibate monks. However, seeing the recent Chinese Gongfu movies, one can assume that the practice as a whole is in terrible disarray, and that the greatest practitioners … Continue reading

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China Bans Lady Grossgross

The staunch advocate of misopedic rights in the media and purveyor of reams of dumb music, Lady Grossgross, is now officially banned in China. [read more]

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