“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#21 Feb 1, 2013
labels wrote:
<quoted text>wow, I buy fresh and or single ingredient foods, how hard is that? If it really needs a label, I probably wouldn't eat it anyway, lol
And that is why Monsanto doesn't want the labels either. Did you know that some rice has been genetically modified to have human dna?

http://consumerist.com/2007/03/12/rice-contai...
please

United States

#22 Feb 1, 2013
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right on both counts. Now you have to figure out what to worry about most. BTW, it's not vibration, it's resonance, resonating an atom is one method of dissociating an atom from the molecule its bonded to. It's also a viable method of creating an enforceable gun free zone, causing all bullets in a gun to discharge. As for Rulers, it's an uninteresting store. When a store comes into this town willing to label their products honestly, then I'll be impressed.
please share again how you use this very technique to remove fluoride from your body.
please

United States

#23 Feb 1, 2013
http://consumerist.com/2007/03/12/rice-contai... went to your link, huh? the actual story is a bit different from your rant, check it out for yourselves guys,
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
And that is why Monsanto doesn't want the labels either. Did you know that some rice has been genetically modified to have human dna?
http://consumerist.com/2007/03/12/rice-contai...

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#24 Feb 1, 2013
please wrote:
<quoted text>please share again how you use this very technique to remove fluoride from your body.
I didn't say it was possible, yet. The body is more than 2/3's water, you know. I suggested it might be possible if fluorine could be dissociated in an aqueous solution without heating the water. I'm not even at the solids testing stage yet. The move took a lot out of me financially.
okay

United States

#25 Feb 1, 2013
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right on both counts. Now you have to figure out what to worry about most. BTW, it's not vibration, it's resonance, resonating an atom is one method of dissociating an atom from the molecule its bonded to. It's also a viable method of creating an enforceable gun free zone, causing all bullets in a gun to discharge. As for Rulers, it's an uninteresting store. When a store comes into this town willing to label their products honestly, then I'll be impressed.
Do you know of any such store anywhere that honestly labels everything? In the mean time let's see, according to you the stores in Van Wert don't honestly label their products, so I can pay top dollar for unlabeled stuff or I can go to Rulers and get the same unlabeled stuff for a lot less money, gee, isn't that uninteresting.

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#26 Feb 1, 2013
please wrote:
http://consumerist.com/2007/03 /12/rice-containing-human-gene s-approved-by-the-usda/ went to your link, huh? the actual story is a bit different from your rant, check it out for yourselves guys, <quoted text>
How was it any different than my claim? A single sentence hardly qualifies as a rant, fwiw. A good deal of agriculture has been genetically modified. As it deviates from 'naturally occurring' it almost justifies all of the patents.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetically_modi...

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#27 Feb 1, 2013
okay wrote:
<quoted text>Do you know of any such store anywhere that honestly labels everything? In the mean time let's see, according to you the stores in Van Wert don't honestly label their products, so I can pay top dollar for unlabeled stuff or I can go to Rulers and get the same unlabeled stuff for a lot less money, gee, isn't that uninteresting.
There was never an intent to insult anyone over 'generic'. It makes sense to purchase things cheaper if you can. It doesn't make that same product any healthier for human consumption. As a nation, we rank dead last in preventable illnesses among developed countries. As far as honesty in labels goes, that measure was defeated in California, but seems to be making some progress in Washington with over 300,000 petition signatures. DDT and Asbestos were both considered safe at one point, and later recanted as hazardous. The same will ultimately happen for fluoride, BGH and some GMO products in time, but maybe we'll need to see life expectancy drop to 3rd world status first. Who knows?
gmo

United States

#28 Feb 1, 2013
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
How was it any different than my claim? A single sentence hardly qualifies as a rant, fwiw. A good deal of agriculture has been genetically modified. As it deviates from 'naturally occurring' it almost justifies all of the patents.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetically_modi...
food had been intentionally genetically modified since Mendel, sigh, more news hype and paranoia. http://anthro.palomar.edu/mendel/mendel_1.htm

back then the plants were called hybrids

there is also crossbreeding that occurrs naturally which also modified the genes.

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#29 Feb 1, 2013
Here are a couple other links to GMOS (genetically modified organisms).
http://www.aphis.usda.gov/brs/biotech_ea_perm...

http://www.aphis.usda.gov/brs/aphisdocs/04_30...

While the criteria was established to keep the crops from cross contaminating other non GMO crops, the USDA obviously underestimated how far bees can travel.

"
What is the radius bees will fly from their home site in order to forage?
Bees will only fly as far as they need to, but may fly as far as 5 to 10 miles from home.
"
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Beekeeping/Frequ...

As to the litigious nature of Monsanto, they can sue you for cross contamination even if you don't use their products.

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#30 Feb 1, 2013
gmo wrote:
<quoted text>food had been intentionally genetically modified since Mendel, sigh, more news hype and paranoia. http://anthro.palomar.edu/mendel/mendel_1.htm
back then the plants were called hybrids
there is also crossbreeding that occurrs naturally which also modified the genes.
Is it paranoia to acknowledge that we now rank 51st in life expectancy and wonder why that's the case? Is it paranoia to notice that countries are banning GMOs and wonder why? When we change nature, ultimately, it changes us.
StarDogChampion

Delphos, OH

#31 Feb 1, 2013
I remember once when I was a kid- I got an AKA-47 in my box of Honey Comb....seriously- why don't they do that any more?

“you like it, you like it a lot”

Since: May 12

screw you

#32 Feb 1, 2013
ahh yes the good ole days of the grenades in the crackerjack boxes...where have the good times gone?

“you like it, you like it a lot”

Since: May 12

screw you

#33 Feb 1, 2013
you men eat your dinners...eat your pork and beans. i eat more chicken than any man ever seen.
John Jared

Akron, OH

#34 Feb 2, 2013
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't say it was possible, yet. The body is more than 2/3's water, you know. I suggested it might be possible if fluorine could be dissociated in an aqueous solution without heating the water. I'm not even at the solids testing stage yet. The move took a lot out of me financially.
I just left a pile that was 2/3 water; it never got to the solids stage. I am glad to be dissociatd with it......now that move took ALOT out of me intestinally. Joe....are you really a fecal engineer or is all this high falutin' science talk just a scam?

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#35 Feb 2, 2013
John Jared wrote:
<quoted text>I just left a pile that was 2/3 water; it never got to the solids stage. I am glad to be dissociatd with it......now that move took ALOT out of me intestinally. Joe....are you really a fecal engineer or is all this high falutin' science talk just a scam?
I use my own funds for research. For Fluoridation alone, I spent nearly $500.00 on instruments and materials never once applying for any form of research grants, nor would I. In fact, 2 customers have offered me money from grants in their own countries, which I refused as I would any form of government assistance. You might not understand this part and that's okay. I have no interest in profiting off of this research topic and every intention of providing a real solution.

Over the past couple years, I have spent a good deal of my own money on research, most of which producing something positive. For the people I work with, I build machines at the cost of materials with no profit margin. While many experiments in one project failed, in the end, it improved my manufacturing language. Most notably, native to the manufacturing language is the ability to manufacture gears. In the past 10 years, the cost of manufacture of equipment dropped to 1/3rd of what it used to be. This year, I'm looking to reduce expenses by another 1/3rd, by making the table myself. This project is nearing completion in terms of design, which puts it about 1 to 2 months away from an actual completed working prototype.

http://www.oretek.com/dxf/ (Javascript required) Everything that shows up except the current project, are things that I have made. The current project is one of many things I intend to make as inexpensively as possible so that people with an interest in working for themselves, can do so without massive loans, or any loan other than machine time. My success comes from helping others to be successful, not by creating low paying jobs.

You seem to like to discuss fecal matter. Logan county has an E coli problem in their water ways and would likely be receptive to a working solution. Of course if you only like talking about crap, you probably don't have a working solution. Somehow, I think you're much better than that.
huh

United States

#36 Feb 2, 2013
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
I use my own funds for research. For Fluoridation alone, I spent nearly $500.00 on instruments and materials never once applying for any form of research grants, nor would I. In fact, 2 customers have offered me money from grants in their own countries, which I refused as I would any form of government assistance. You might not understand this part and that's okay. I have no interest in profiting off of this research topic and every intention of providing a real solution.
Over the past couple years, I have spent a good deal of my own money on research, most of which producing something positive. For the people I work with, I build machines at the cost of materials with no profit margin. While many experiments in one project failed, in the end, it improved my manufacturing language. Most notably, native to the manufacturing language is the ability to manufacture gears. In the past 10 years, the cost of manufacture of equipment dropped to 1/3rd of what it used to be. This year, I'm looking to reduce expenses by another 1/3rd, by making the table myself. This project is nearing completion in terms of design, which puts it about 1 to 2 months away from an actual completed working prototype.
http://www.oretek.com/dxf/ (Javascript required) Everything that shows up except the current project, are things that I have made. The current project is one of many things I intend to make as inexpensively as possible so that people with an interest in working for themselves, can do so without massive loans, or any loan other than machine time. My success comes from helping others to be successful, not by creating low paying jobs.
You seem to like to discuss fecal matter. Logan county has an E coli problem in their water ways and would likely be receptive to a working solution. Of course if you only like talking about crap, you probably don't have a working solution. Somehow, I think you're much better than that.
how exactly did you conduct any extensive research on fluoride with 500 bucks? what did you do? even a fifth grade science project has the steps laid out, what were yours?
why

United States

#37 Feb 2, 2013
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't say it was possible, yet. The body is more than 2/3's water, you know. I suggested it might be possible if fluorine could be dissociated in an aqueous solution without heating the water. I'm not even at the solids testing stage yet. The move took a lot out of me financially.
Why did you even decide to move to Van Wert?

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#38 Feb 2, 2013
huh wrote:
<quoted text>how exactly did you conduct any extensive research on fluoride with 500 bucks? what did you do? even a fifth grade science project has the steps laid out, what were yours?
Not all research costs money. The majority of what it cost was time, researching and easily debunking the NAZI theory and reading of studies. The money was spent on 2 meters and chemicals. My own testing proved the salt-metathesis reaction between NaF and HCl. Sodium fluoride has an entirely different reaction when ingested as opposed to simple topical treatment of teeth. A lifetime of ingestion only amounts to a couple ounces of damage in terms of water ingestion but it's also in food. What damage occurs by way of absorption is an unknown.

“Politics. 2 cheeks of 1 ass.”

Since: Jul 12

Van Wert, OH

#39 Feb 2, 2013
why wrote:
<quoted text>Why did you even decide to move to Van Wert?
Sarah picked the place. It's a big step up from our previous home. For my own goals, it also seems like an environment that would allow them to be successful.
what

United States

#41 Feb 2, 2013
Joe Jared wrote:
<quoted text>
Sarah picked the place. It's a big step up from our previous home. For my own goals, it also seems like an environment that would allow them to be successful.
what about van wert makes it a step up from where you were?

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