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    OK this post suddenly lets this whole thread (at...

    OK this post suddenly lets this whole thread (at least as far as I've been able to catch up to) make more sense. I've never thought of you as stupid, even though I probably disagree with almost...
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    I've been sick so haven't been able to or felt...

    I've been sick so haven't been able to or felt like dealing with this until now.



    Genetic drift, gene flow, gene mutations, are all ways in which new genetic material is introduced into a...
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    KimChi, I don't know if you were joking or not...

    KimChi, I don't know if you were joking or not but dog breeding is an example of artificial selection working on the genetic diversity of a wolf not evolution at work. We're not "evolving" dogs...
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    I missed that argument if he made it. Either way...

    I missed that argument if he made it. Either way it's incorrect. We know random mutations occur. Mutations that are not simply genetic recombination, which would allow expression of recessive...
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    Poll: I lean Paleo as most forms of dairy don't agree...

    I lean Paleo as most forms of dairy don't agree with me. Legumes are a grey area but I've never really liked them so have no desire to add them back to my diet. I use a scoop of whey 3-5 times a...
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    Seeing as how "crossover" is not a scientific...

    Seeing as how "crossover" is not a scientific term but rather a Creationist show of intellectual dishonesty what exactly do you want? I gave you examples of speciation. You want a bird that turns...
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    Actually all you've done "a dozen times" is...

    Actually all you've done "a dozen times" is babble on incoherently and demonstrate your ignorance. If you don't understand that chalking something up to genetic drift isn't an effective argument...
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    It's like arguing with a fifth grader. You use...

    It's like arguing with a fifth grader. You use backwards probability, incorrectly label speciation events as "genetic drift" (as if genetic drift isn't one of the mechanisms in certain instances),...
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    Trying to apply backwards probability evolution...

    Trying to apply backwards probability evolution is asinine. Before anything happens the probability of it occurring is practically zero. Yet stuff keeps happening. This is newb shit!
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    The first sentence is a cop out. The second is...

    The first sentence is a cop out. The second is dead wrong. Do you actually know any evolutionary biologists? LOL Come on, Derp, for a self proclaimed genius you're doing pretty terrible.
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    There are plenty of observed instances of...

    There are plenty of observed instances of reproductive isolation. Here are a couple:
    Cichlids: Demonstrating the Theory of Ecological Speciation in Cichlids
    PLOS Biology: Demonstrating the Theory...
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    There are observed examples of speciation that...

    There are observed examples of speciation that you are choosing to ignore. As well as the mechanisms by which it can and did occur. If you're disputing that it occurs at all you're going to have to...
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    You need to brush up on your Evolution 101. Lack...

    You need to brush up on your Evolution 101. Lack of evolution in a specific population doesn't disprove it happens or happened in others. You could extend that to entire species and families. ...
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    Punctuated Equilibrium. So you are...

    Punctuated Equilibrium.



    So you are acquiescing to micro-evolution being true but not macro? Even the most die hard Creationsit can't argue against microevolution. Macro evolution just takes...
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    I'm a little nervous about doing a second ferment...

    I'm a little nervous about doing a second ferment but the flip top bottles might ease my mind. Do I even have to do a second one? I actually prefer unflavored Kombucha, at least judging from the...
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    Ooh a heat strip is a good idea!! I'm going to...

    Ooh a heat strip is a good idea!! I'm going to get one of those. Ty again! :)
  17. I hate clutter and try to be as minimalist as I...

    I hate clutter and try to be as minimalist as I can. Still, a blender, immersion blender, food processor, and hand mixer are must haves in my kitchen. I simply couldn't do without all of them.
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    OK then I think I may be fine. And yes the...

    OK then I think I may be fine. And yes the original SCOBY is in with the batch. It has sunk down to an inch or so off the bottom while the new one is floating on top. Thanks!
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    Question for Kombucha Brewers

    I started my first batch of Kombucha nine days ago. I just tasted it and it's still sweeter than I'd like so I'm brewing it longer. I have a baby SCOBY going but it is very thin. Like 1/8th of an...
  20. Veggie hash with ground beef topped with eggs. I...

    Veggie hash with ground beef topped with eggs. I use all kinds of veggies like onions, winter squash, chayote squash, turnips, beets, or mix of any of them. You have to eat a ton of eggs to get...
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    I don't know what you mean by "processed Atkins...

    I don't know what you mean by "processed Atkins lifestyle". I lost a lot of weight doing a Paleo/Primal version of Atkins. Yes they sell processed supplements but they aren't required and are even...
  22. Thread: Gut Healing

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    I used to have horrible digestive issues. And...

    I used to have horrible digestive issues. And OMG the heartburn! Eliminating grains, sugars, refined carbs (going low carb really), and supplementing with homemade bone broth, gelatin, probiotics,...
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    I eat anywhere from 80-120g usually closer to...

    I eat anywhere from 80-120g usually closer to 100. I eat twice a day with a whey shake a few times a week after kettlebells as I find it helps not aggravate an old whiplash injury. My first meal of...
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    Oh come on this is ridiculous! You are over...

    Oh come on this is ridiculous! You are over blowing the whole gluconeogenesis thing. The amount of essential glucose is so small it can easily be supplied on a low carb diet. Ketosis has...
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    I agree and I'm tired of arguing. I really am...

    I agree and I'm tired of arguing. I really am interested in facts and people's take on them not arguing. I don't have an issue with you but I wanted to address what you said about Lustig calling an...
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