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  1. TQP, have you seen this one yet? Chinese...

    TQP, have you seen this one yet?

    Chinese Girlfriends | North vs South
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbiIu_EzuWk
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    See also Duck Dodger's interesting series on the...

    See also Duck Dodger's interesting series on the problems associated with serum iron excess:

    1. How Food Enrichment Made Us Fat, Diabetic, and Chronically Diseased | Free The Animal
    2. Iron, Food...
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    Iron/Manganese Imbalance in the Modern World: ...

    Iron/Manganese Imbalance in the Modern World:

    Iron's Dangers

    "Q.: Why does federal law require the addition of iron to those foods?

    Ray Peat: "Industrially processed grains have most of the...
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    Yup, I think there are 2 sides to the equation: ...

    Yup, I think there are 2 sides to the equation:

    1) maximize energy intake (which can be used for growth, autophagy/repair, reproduction)
    2) minimize internal entropy (by avoiding excess toxin...
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    Can You Guess Her Age? -- Raw Vegan Diet Is...

    Can You Guess Her Age? -- Raw Vegan Diet Is Woman's Fountain of Youth
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6oJA_xhTa8
  6. Yup, and that's why it's so impressive when folks...

    Yup, and that's why it's so impressive when folks like you, Urja, and Elizabeth report reversing that aging trend in hair and nails, which the study report hinted might be possible (or at least to...
  7. Congrats on becoming a lawyer. I believe you...

    Congrats on becoming a lawyer.

    I believe you about your hair growing faster than in the past and hair growth normally slowing with age. It fits with the energy dissipation stuff that Ray Peat and...
  8. Correct, and that's one reason it makes more...

    Correct, and that's one reason it makes more sense to learn from more knowledgeable folks like Bill.


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  9. When taro is good, it's the best tasting tuber...

    When taro is good, it's the best tasting tuber I've tried. Strange that it isn't more popular. Maybe because they are inconsistent? I have to go to the Thai, Nepalese or Chinese market to get it....
  10. Thread: GERD help

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    Sodium bicarbonate is a well known gastric...

    Sodium bicarbonate is a well known gastric protective commonly taken with aspirin:

    Effect of sodium bicarbonate on aspirin-induced damage and potential difference changes in human gastric mucosa...
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    I consider Jimmy Moore a friend (albeit an...

    I consider Jimmy Moore a friend (albeit an Internet friend) and I'm concerned about his latest health lab numbers that he bravely, openly and honestly shared despite the very poor results, as are...
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    Some animals that consume, metabolize and expend...

    Some animals that consume, metabolize and expend more energy live longer, all else being equal, and particularly when mitochondria are uncoupled.

    "Bigger animals live longer. The scaling exponent...
  13. Congrats, future supreme court justice! :)

    Congrats, future supreme court justice! :)
  14. :p Gotcha! ;) Yeah, sorry, I had second thoughts...

    :p Gotcha! ;) Yeah, sorry, I had second thoughts about posting it publicly.

    Yeah, it was only an option once or twice in my case, but when it was an option it worked so beautifully it felt great....
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    Ray Peat on life as a self-organizing dissipative...

    Ray Peat on life as a self-organizing dissipative structure--electron energy flow between the sun and the earth is like a battery and "the flowing energy creates organization and structure":

    "...
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    Life as a self-organizing dissipative structure ...

    Life as a self-organizing dissipative structure

    "If ... Life is seen as a self-organizing dissipative structure, somewhat like a Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction or a cyclone..., coherent energy flow...
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    Traditional Okinawan music is alleged to have...

    Traditional Okinawan music is alleged to have healing powers. With songs like this one, I can believe it:

    Asadoya Yunta
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar4XJtr9qio&list=RDAr4XJtr9qio

    Another...
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    Energy-dissipating fractal forms are also found...

    Energy-dissipating fractal forms are also found in the human body:

    Fractal Structure and Entropy Production within the Central Nervous System
    Andrew J. E. Seely 1,2,*, Kimberley D. Newman 1 and...
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    It is indeed another case of certain natural...

    It is indeed another case of certain natural phenomena following a mathematically describable pattern and the main reason they follow this pattern so universally appears to be because it is an...
  20. Awesome Uyghur Wedding in Urumqi Xinjiang! (Plus...

    Awesome Uyghur Wedding in Urumqi Xinjiang! (Plus Uighur Dancing & Music)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJV3VTe_J8c
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    Fractal River Basins: Chance and...

    Fractal River Basins: Chance and Self-Organization
    https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0521004055
    By Ignacio Rodríguez-Iturbe, Andrea Rinaldo - 2001

    p. 137 "The spatial signature of critical...
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    Fractal energy dissipation ubiquitous in nature ...

    Fractal energy dissipation ubiquitous in nature

    Deep sea vents, earthquakes, volcanoes, river basins, river networks, auroral substorms, solar and stellar flares, soft gamma-ray repeaters, pulsar...
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    Umberto Eco @umbertoeco_ 2 Feb 2013 nothing is...

    Umberto Eco @umbertoeco_ 2 Feb 2013
    nothing is more fleeting than external form, which withers and alters like the flowers of the field at the appearance of autumn...
  24. If someone tells you it's fiber, they're not...

    If someone tells you it's fiber, they're not up-to-date with the latest scientific research and terminology. A more accurate term is microbiota-accessible carbohydrates (MACs) and it's not just...
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    Expanding a bit on The Basic Elements of Life ...

    Expanding a bit on The Basic Elements of Life

    > "The origin of life needs a very short shopping list: rock [minerals known as transition metal sulfides], water and CO2."

    > "The reaction of H2...
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