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post #211 of 561
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l find PhD people to be very narrow minded. Sure, they know a hell of a lot in their particular area of study, but l find that these people are generally not open to other ideas. A good example is T4phage; he is obviously highly trained [and brain washed] in a certain area of study/thinking. Even though science is only in its infancy [and often wrong], he can't accept a different way of thinking. Why doesn't he take any notice of the studies done??? Wheatgrass helps kill cancer, research has shown this, why can't he open his mind and look at the substancial evidence that supports my arguments.
post #212 of 561
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l'm back. Anne Wigmore and Kiktoras Kulvinskas are my heros. Very soon l will be in argumentative mode and l will attempt to destroy all your arguments. You will never sway my opinion on the power of wheatgrass juice. My experiments speak for themselves. l will elaborate if you like. The power of Hippocrates speaks for itself. l've been to Hippocrates in Queensland. They taugt me how to sprout and prepair raw food. l have done numerous experimentation with cancer patients (free of charge) and have got great results. lt's amazing what a raw food diet does for people, l have at times had a photographic memory and been able to meditate and go into previous lives as well as to see the future. The Hippocrates diet is very powerful. l challenge every onje of you to give it a try. You will imediately feel alot better.
Are these pictures of the same person before and after imbibing urine? If so, I'm sold. I shall become a follower of Wigmore.
post #213 of 561
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l can promise you Horace and everyone else that Wigmore will never lead you estray. Wigmore has an amazing record in curing diseaese through diet. l used to be skeptical so l tried the Hippocrates diet that she suggested and l experienced wonderful changes pretty much straight away. lThe raw sprout diet greatly pronounced my mental and physical abilities. l have high energy. l only need 1.5 hours sleep. The Wigmore diet enables a human to utilize his maximum acheivements.
post #214 of 561
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There is really no point in debating you other than to take a piss then, is there? No matter, it's still good fun.   Oh, I have a Masters and a PhD, and T4 has at least the latter.  Does that mean that combined, we can kick the ass of three Masters?  Heeyah. Also, I guess that obtaining godhood has the side effect of making one really ugly - did they also have to battle Mace Windu on the way to ultimate power?
LA Guy, I feel  fear in him..... the force is weak in this one.  
post #215 of 561
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l have done numerous experimentation with cancer patients (free of charge) and have got great results.
Well then marc, post the data, let us see how valid they are. Oh, don't forget to outline how the experiment was conducted, including the controls, double blinds...
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Why doesn't he take any notice of the studies done??? Wheatgrass helps kill cancer, research has shown this, why can't he open his mind and look at the substancial evidence that supports my arguments.
Marc, WHERE IS YOUR EVIDENCE??????? Your heros Wigmore and Viktoras have been proven to be quacks... scientific examination of wheatgrass juice leads to one result: VILE TASTING and USELESS.
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Viktoras inparticular has done three masters degrees; one specialising in science. He is no fool.
Aha. What "science" did he get his masters in? From which universities did he get his degrees from? The University of the Tinfoil Hat?
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l have at times had a photographic memory....
Well then you should use this memory to remember if you either have a wife or a girlfriend. Use the memory to remember what you wrote about getting your bespoke lasts made. Meditate before posting since you post so many different accounts, all at odds with each other.
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l've been to Hippocrates in Queensland.
Ah.. well then, you should STOP complaining that you can't get EG shoes because you have to fly to the UK. If you can go to Queensland, you can go to the shop in Sydney that carries EG shoes, a shop that YOU POSTED ABOUT.
post #216 of 561
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l find PhD people to be very narrow minded. Sure, they know a hell of a lot in their particular area of study, but l find that these people are generally not open to other ideas. A good example is T4phage; he is obviously highly trained [and brain washed] in a certain area of study/thinking. Even though science is only in its infancy [and often wrong], he can't accept a different way of thinking. Why doesn't he take any notice of the studies done??? Wheatgrass helps kill cancer, research has shown this, why can't he open his mind and look at the substancial evidence that supports my arguments.
Um, hate to rain on your parade (I'm just being polite, of course), but I don't think that it's just the PhDs who remain unconvinced by your claims. Is it more likely that everyone closeminded or that you have failed to present any compelling evidence or arguments? Think long and hard about that (since you need only 1.5 hours of sleep, you should have plenty of time to do so.) Remember, believing in one of those answers makes you a paranoid freak.
post #217 of 561
I am sorry if this was addressed at some point in the past -I can't possibly get myself to weed through all of these posts - has Marc suggested how man could possibly have evolved to eat grass juice and sprouts? it doesn't seem to be the type of diet available in a natural enviroment, does it?
post #218 of 561
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All quotes originally posted by marc37:
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l have done numerous experimentation with cancer patients (free of charge) and have got great results.
Well then marc, post the data, let us see how valid they are. Oh, don't forget to outline how the experiment was conducted, including the controls, double blinds...
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Why doesn't he take any notice of the studies done??? Wheatgrass helps kill cancer, research has shown this, why can't he open his mind and look at the substancial evidence that supports my arguments.
Marc, WHERE IS YOUR EVIDENCE???????  Your heros Wigmore and Viktoras have been proven to be quacks...  scientific examination of wheatgrass juice leads to one result: VILE TASTING and USELESS.
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Viktoras inparticular has done three masters degrees; one specialising in science. He is no fool.
Aha. What "science" did he get his masters in? From which universities did he get his degrees from? The University of the Tinfoil Hat?
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l have at times had a photographic memory....
Well then you should use this memory to remember if you either have a wife or a girlfriend. Use the memory to remember what you wrote about getting your bespoke lasts made. Meditate before posting since you post so many different accounts, all at odds with each other.
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l've been to Hippocrates in Queensland.
Ah.. well then, you should STOP complaining that you can't get EG shoes because you have to fly to the UK. If you can go to Queensland, you can go to the shop in Sydney that carries EG shoes, a shop that YOU POSTED ABOUT.
Flights are really rare for me. lf you knew anything, you would have known that l flew home yesterday [from my holiday house] and l had such awful headaches that l had to take painkilllers. Since l am not use4d to presription medication, l suffered horrible side effects. l do not look forward to flying again. Even though, l may fly up to Sydney to do a special order for Edward Green (right last, right size, leather, etc) for $1,500. l will fly up when my missus is out of town. She says l am not allowed to spend that much on shoes. l have enough already. l still plan to sneak a pair down from Sydney though. $1,500 is not that much to pay for a shoe that will last a lifetime. lt will take 5 months to get the shoes so l will post pics (next year) when l get them.
post #219 of 561
Marc, you only addressed one point.. now answer the rest.
post #220 of 561
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l'm going to order the edward green dover in edwardian antique. l like the style of John Lobb better but l can't get them in Australia. l choose the Dover because l think it would be a very versatile shoe.
post #221 of 561
Marc... don't avoid the questions.. answer them.
post #222 of 561
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Marc... don't avoid the questions.. answer them.
T4: "YOU WANT THE TRUTH?. "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH."
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(T4phage @ June 13 2005,09:58) Marc... don't avoid the questions.. answer them.
T4: "YOU WANT THE TRUTH?. "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH."
LMFAO.... AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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(LA Guy @ June 13 2005,17:39) There is really no point in debating you other than to take a piss then, is there? No matter, it's still good fun. Oh, I have a Masters and a PhD, and T4 has at least the latter. Does that mean that combined, we can kick the ass of three Masters? Heeyah. Also, I guess that obtaining godhood has the side effect of making one really ugly - did they also have to battle Mace Windu on the way to ultimate power?
LA Guy, I feel fear in him..... the force is weak in this one.
Don't you mean the Trad? "˜The Trad is weak with this one' Jon.
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(T4phage @ June 13 2005,12:19)
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Originally Posted by LA Guy,June 13 2005,17:39
There is really no point in debating you other than to take a piss then, is there? No matter, it's still good fun.   Oh, I have a Masters and a PhD, and T4 has at least the latter.  Does that mean that combined, we can kick the ass of three Masters?  Heeyah. Also, I guess that obtaining godhood has the side effect of making one really ugly - did they also have to battle Mace Windu on the way to ultimate power?
LA Guy, I feel  fear in him..... the force is weak in this one.  
Don't you mean the Trad? "˜The Trad is weak with this one' Jon.
YOU WANT THE TRAD?. YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRAD.. You like it the Trad?
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