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Israeli Drone Kills 8 Kids
08/04/14, 15:40

balRo is my new favorite 'ship.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 15:39

Well, here's a site that features not one, but three scientists refuting specific claims in Dr Carman's work:

http://www.biotech-now.org/food-and-agriculture/2013/06/more-junk-science-is-the-carman-pig-study-seralini-2-0#

The website looks to be a front for Biotech interests, but as PegLeg argues above, it's less about the who is doing the citing, and more about what and whom is being cited.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 15:31

>> They should be labeled as such and every action taken upon their genomes should become public property.

Once again, Sim, all arguments focused on the *business* and *social policy*, not the *science*. Time and again, we come back to the central problem with the anti-GMO conspiracy crowd- everything is based on what-ifs and vaguely defined slippery slopes. Even Dr Carman, cited below, cannot come up with any hard evidence of GMOs being harmful to humans; instead, her focus is on establishing that GMOs have improper oversight, with a couple attempts to cast doubt on the validity of one or two of the hundreds of animal safety studies conducted by her colleagues. She may be right! On both counts! But even if we accept these arguments, arguments which are still very much on the fringe and not currently endorsed by her scientific peers, that still leaves us a long way off from being able to claim that GMOs are dangerous, let alone "unnatural", depending on how we might define the term.

(related question: would you please define "unnatural", as you use it here?)


One thing I will say is that, on further reflection, the anti-GMO believers are less like climate change deniers, and more like CERN conspiracy theorists.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 10:30

The burden of bullshit lies on the people whose views are not supported by science. If you can start producing some real scientific evidence to suggest that GMOs are actually dangerous, not just potentially dangerous to some undefined degree, then I'm sure NDT would be the first to recant and change his views.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 10:26

*If* a majority of weeds pick up the round up resistant gene, then we can adapt and find new genes and new herbicides. Honestly, I wonder if primitive man feared clothing at first, on the grounds that this newfangled technology might get infected with lice?

And SolRo, I'm glad you're finally making an effort to back up your arguments, even if citing non-standard scientific opinion is a classic tactic employed by climate change deniers. However, the only substantive point Dr Martineau raises is that GM foods lack adeuquate labelling and market transparency - but this is a point about business, not about science.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 09:42

Prometheus was a goddamn hero as far as I'm concerned. You know what the real message of that story was? "Fuck the gods, because they're vindictive assholes and they know their time is coming." It's time we seized his gift and took our fire!

As for you, SolRo, you're always welcome to flesh out your arguments and articulate the reasons why you say the crazy things you do, assuming you actually do believe these things.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 09:07

All mutations are unpredictable and have the potential to lead to undesirable outcomes. And new agricultural hybrids almost always contain "new kinds of genetic modifications" that have never existed before in nature, whether they were made the Godly way, by manly farmers in a field, or the scary unnatural way, by egghead scientists in a lab.

The only difference between modern GMO and Bronze Age cis-cultivation, is that gene-splicing opens the door for far more powerful mutations, which can then be introduced into nature far more quickly. As Cena argued above, it's a difference of magnitude, not of kind.
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08/04/14, 08:43

If God had intended us to use Linux, He wouldn't have given us Windows.
Israeli Drone Kills 8 Kids
08/04/14, 07:40

Huh. I cannot find any.

Are you looking for anthro versions of Israel and Palestine, or Hetalia style?
hey ash whatcha playin
08/04/14, 07:31

I disagree with her argument, however. I, for one, find it entirely possible to take people who are comfortable with their sexuality seriously. That may not hold true for everyone, of course, and it may be that dressing in a bikini would cause Ms Ash's primary audience to miss out on her message - but that is really the fault of our culture of prudery and slut-shaming, not the fault of so-called "sluts" or their "slutty" behaviour! See also: Elvira and Boxxy.
Jonbenet Ramsey Melissa malloy 1990 2014
08/04/14, 06:55

Numetal and hardcore are entirely different genres and scenes, Mr Dumpster. You should know this already. Also, what precisely do you object to in my second paragraph?! I'm not wrong. Culture is not a vacuum, and the originality you claim was lost because of numetal never really existed in the first place. It's a difficult pill to swallow, I know; we all like to romanticize the music we remember fondly, and imagine that the music we hear nowadays is somehow *objectively* shitty and unoriginal, due to some grand historical conspiracy that conveniently began right around the time we stopped caring about new music, rather than facing the rather depressing prospect that you've simply grown old and jaded, and that this is how the world has always been.

(I'm flattered that you'd compare me to Thomas Friedman, though! I love Thomas Friedman!)

Miss Henson - I don't remember much about them. Some numetal band that had an internet following but never quite broke into the big leagues; the lead singer was a former Catholic schoolgirl who turned into, well, a former Catholic schoolgirl. She used to make a big deal about how all her songs were about Catholicism and sex and torture and creepy Catholic torture sex. IIRC, they sort of sounded like a mixture between Kittie and Jack Off Jill on a really "off" day; they may have toured with Rasputina at one point? That's about all I can recall, sorry.
hey ash whatcha playin
08/04/14, 06:04

Isn't that Tiny Tina?
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08/04/14, 06:01

That is so awesome.
Jonbenet Ramsey Melissa malloy 1990 2014
08/04/14, 05:58

OK, meme, first off, the commonly accepted term is "numetal", which again, is not metal. And while I will be the first to agree that numetal was a dark, dark time for music (almost as bad as the years 1968-1980), Evanescence was not "indistinguishable" from KoRn, even without Amy Lee. Otep? Kittie? That band with the crazy Catholic chick whose name I can't recall? Sure, those could easily be mistaken for KoRn had you mixed out the vocals and, in the case of Kittie,m sped up the tempo a bit. But Evanescence was structurally and instrumentally at a midpoint between early noughties alt rock and early 90s goth. At worst, you'd mistake them for Linkin Park. Who, yes, can technically be considered numetal, but are a very different *kind* of numetal from KoRn or Slipknot or ICP.

One other thing I'd like to point out is that kids have *never* been able to write a good song, and the reason why all songs remind you of better songs written long ago, is because you're old. Culture is not a vacuum, and every artist stands on the shoulders of giants; all music references something older than itself, and has done so since the first cavemen started making phat beats with sabertooth tiger bones.
Jonbenet Ramsey Melissa malloy 1990 2014
08/04/14, 05:22

I take all stuff very seriously. Like my dad used to say, if you're going to do something, give it your all. Of course, he was thinking I'd be a astrophysicist or a violin prodigy or a millionaire investment banker like the uncle my grandparents always used to compare my dad unfavorably to, but whatever. If you must do a thing, do it boldly!

I was really, really into chick-metal, though. Moreso than any other genre, save for *maybe* neoclassical and Swedish melodic death metal.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 05:11

Is this one of those troll things you're doing, SolRo, or do you honestly believe that NDT is full of shit? Because I'm starting to think you actually believe this stuff... like maybe you're actually a space traveller from the Bizarro Universe, and that's why you think everything is opposite of what it really is.

Anyway, like Ms Tubman said, how is it not equivalent? Are you simply worried that GMO allows for genetic changes to happen too rapidly, thereby magnifying the potential for undesired side effects? Or is there something else to your raw food munching paranoia?
Jonbenet Ramsey Melissa malloy 1990 2014
08/04/14, 05:00

Case in point: this video. Evanescence clearly played some role in making this young lady as interesting as she is now.
Jonbenet Ramsey Melissa malloy 1990 2014
08/04/14, 04:57

Within the context of strong female vocalist bands, they were nothing special - Evanescence was but a pale shadow compared to Nightwish, Theatre of Tragedy, Lacuna Coil, After Forever, Within Temptation, The Gathering, Ambeon, Autumn Tears, BABYMETAL... I could go on! Evanescence was extremely well-known, however, and their commercial success did help to spread awareness about a genre that was largely being ignored by the radio-listening masses, even if Evanescence themselves were not directly associated with said genre (I still remember the first time I heard Evanescence: my friend's sister played them for me, saying, "Hey, this is sort of like all that weird shit you listen to, right?" At the time, I resented her insinuation, because hipster, but in retrospect I could easily see why she thought that). Evanescence helped introduce a generation of goth fencesitters to the joys of vampires and eyeliner and rock bands with pianos, girls who were too young to remember Siouxsie and too well-adjusted to spend their weekends hanging out at local metal shows, living in that barren cultural wasteland between the rise of Limp Bizkit and the eventual coming of Fall Out Boy. And that is a noble legacy, surely?
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08/03/14, 19:16

And speaking of robot horses, this is starting to get offtopic, but whatever, I think this is hella cool:

http://fav.me/d59urpr
Animatronic Simulation Walking Dinosaur of Styracosaurus Ride DWE040
08/03/14, 19:05

Also, BioShock 3 includes robotic horses (steampunk robots, if you want to get technical), which was a really cool idea, but unfortunately it wound up going NOWHERE, because the designers were IDIOTS.

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