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  1. Thread: Glued Meat

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    Re: Glued Meat

    omm-omm-omm-omm-omm-omm!

    Pay no attention, Rogway just ate supper. Yep, he had meat.

    I thought they made glue from meat, not use glue to meat.

    Not really surprising after all the other...
  2. Thread: Glued Meat

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    Glued Meat

    hXXrB3rz-xU
  3. Congress, Fearing 'Brain Drain,' Seeks to Opt Out of Participating in Obamacare's Exc

    Avik Roy
    April 25, 2013

    As Obamacare was winding its way through the Senate in 2009, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) slipped in an amendment requiring that members of Congress, and their staff,...
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    Ranbaxy pleads guilty in $500M case

    Nick Paul Taylor
    May 14, 2013


    Ranbaxy has pled guilty to felony charges of manufacturing adulterated drugs and making false statements to the FDA. The Indian drugmaker will pay the...
  5. Re: A Watch That Stops Unnecessary Heart Attack Deaths

    Good article. Research worth researching.

    Throw in some common sense and take a bit of info from guys on this forum, other health research and your off to the races for better health care and...
  6. Re: Idaho Company Seeks To Introduce Genetically-Engineered Potato

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    I couldn’t draw the forehead
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    Re: Brain Fitness Exercise Works; Crosswords Don't

    Islander said--I've also been told that doing things "backward" helps keep the brain in shape: walking backward, eating with the non-dominant hand, that sort of thing. Anybody know if that's true?...
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    Re: Brain Fitness Exercise Works; Crosswords Don't

    I've also been told that doing things "backward" helps keep the brain in shape: walking backward, eating with the non-dominant hand, that sort of thing. Anybody know if that's true?[/QUOTE]

    Don't...
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    Re: Brain Fitness Exercise Works; Crosswords Don't

    WOW! That $100m grant for brain neuron research works fast.

    Stargazing!
  10. Re: Idaho Company Seeks To Introduce Genetically-Engineered Potato

    Gm taters fried in Gm oil dipped in Gm sauce seasoned with Gm seasoning chewed with Gm teeth washed down with Gm drinks no doubt will have to be sooner or later digested with GM stomachs! Yumy-Yumy....
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    Re: The 5 Best and 5 Worst Foods For Sleep

    I have eaten many different foods just before bedtime, but the only food that I recall having any impact on me was chocolate. It makes me dream in 5th gear.

    Somewhere in the long lost past and in...
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    Re: Can Mushrooms Be The New Plastic?

    I agree with Miss Reesacat, a great idea.

    Seems I have read somewhere in the past about fungi and the many good uses it could serve.

    One thing caught my attention was (as usual) the...
  13. Re: Jet Fuel, Plastics Exposures Cause Disease in Later Generations; Reproductive Dis

    I sort of posted this one cause it relates to the article (air pollution tied to birth defects) posted by our friend Aaltrude.

    I go crazy when I see our duly elected lords and saviors dish...
  14. Jet Fuel, Plastics Exposures Cause Disease in Later Generations; Reproductive Disease

    Eric Sorensen

    Jan. 24, 2013 — Washington State University researchers have lengthened their list of environmental toxicants that can negatively affect as many as three generations of an exposed ...
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    Re: Apples Declared the Dirtiest Fruit

    WOW! And just to think I was enjoying my apples now that I could get the peeling mushed up along with my strawberries, grapes, blueberries, spinach and everything else I could get into my nutrabullit...
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    Apples Declared the Dirtiest Fruit

    Every year, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) releases their list of the “dirty dozen” and our apple a day tops the list!

    The EWG takes thousands of samples from the most common fruits and...
  17. Re: West Coast Children Hit with Thyroid Problems Post Fukushima

    The good--lets wait until something bad happens to do anything, and, if something bad does happen we can always hide some of the truth.

    The bad--we cannot control what is built and all what...
  18. Re: Obama launches research initiative to study human brain

    My view VS ?



    They can’t even cure a simple cold.
    Cures are suppressed.
    They could actually try some PAST RESEARCH on people instead of (m&m’s)-mice and monkeys.
    ...
  19. Re: Drinking Coffee Kills Pain, Lifts Mood and Sharpens the Mind

    Gonna get me some fresh ground organic coffee. I had to go to decaf cause high test gave me the jitters.

    I hope they don't let out to much promising research on coffee to those Foul Destined...
  20. Re: New Study Touts Big Health Benefits of Resveratrol

    Wow! The never ending soap-box-saga continues between the FDA and the druuuug companies.

    Seems they just won't let well enough alone. If they market it as a drug, as the article stated,...
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    Re: How Arsenic Can Cure One Type Of Leukemia

    Sorry I didn't post a link or explain more 2+2=5 that's me. I use the mms with results you won't believe and you can research it following the link mellowsong posted. Chemist Jim Humble formulated...
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    Re: How Arsenic Can Cure One Type Of Leukemia

    I met a friend over the net and his dog was being treated for heart worms. He gave the dog mms for a couple of weeks and it cleared him up. The vet got rid of the heart worms but the mms got rid of...
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    Re: How Arsenic Can Cure One Type Of Leukemia

    I guess if one is to even consider arsenic it better be in the hands of someone that knows what the heck they are doing. I guess I need to check up on arsenicum.
  24. Re: New wave of 'superbugs' poses dire threat, says chief medical officer

    Couldn't agree with you more Katee
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    How Arsenic Can Cure One Type Of Leukemia

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    Science Daily

    Apr. 19, 2008 — Arsenic is a remarkably effective treatment against a rare form of leukemia. Researchers from a CNRS / Université Paris Diderot research unit,...
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