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Aine
It's called DHT, a derivative of testosterone. Women can actually go bald or lose hair, especially during pregnancy or during and after menopause.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
6 days ago
Aine
Susan, just as an aside, Huxley's views on religion and science would fit perfectly into the thread you started. His views on eugenics and the role of public health are also worth looking into.
Forum: Inner Space
7 days ago
Aine
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Quoteso a new reality branches off, in some way. > > All of which thinking doesn't get you anywhere > much in real life but, yes, certainly does show > that you have a very good imagination. > > *added with a friendly smile!!* You decided to > stay here, then! > > Susan Actua
Forum: Inner Space
9 days ago
Aine
And lots of what seems like woo now may well turn out to be anything but woo. :)) We shall see!
Forum: Inner Space
9 days ago
Aine
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Kristin, > > Hidden Life of Trees is on the list--along with > other suggestions from Malc--and a few I've turned > up. > > So far, it's Stamets' framing an evolutionary > progression that begins with fungi--including some > giants--and Suzanne's idea of cooperation. > > I'
Forum: Inner Space
10 days ago
Aine
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kristin, > > My thinking on this is in it's infancy. Have you > watched Suzanne's TED talk yet? > > I think it leads us to rethink what evolution > is--and how it proceeds. > > Ray I haven't watched it yet--getting there. Unfortunately, there are so many hours in the day. But it i
Forum: Inner Space
10 days ago
Aine
And, as usual, a fabulous post. :)) Edit: This whole thread reminds me of Men in Black 3. Has anyone seen it? There's a character named Griffin who can see all possible futures at once for every event.
Forum: Inner Space
11 days ago
Aine
The Hidden Life of Trees is a wonderful book. I highly recommend it!
Forum: Inner Space
11 days ago
Aine
Hi Eddie, Thanks. I don't mean just the existence of other universes, though. I believe that hypothesis is correct. But if every possible outcome occurs in a parallel universe (the universe essentially "splits"), how do we verify that? Edit: I guess "dimensions" is the right word here instead of "universes", although the number of universes would be infinite.
Forum: Inner Space
11 days ago
Aine
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > “ We’ve always thought of plants and trees and > fungi as essentially inert objects that don’t > interact with each other, that don’t build > things. But my work and others’ is showing that > they need each other to share the load and grow as > one: You do this, I’ll do that, and together we >
Forum: Author of the Month
11 days ago
Aine
How would it ever be possible to know if MW is correct?
Forum: Inner Space
11 days ago
Aine
I'm going to toss this out there. Biology obeys the laws of physics, so life will find similar solutions to complex problems via convergent evolution. Whether it's humans, other mammals, bacteria, plants or fungi, sufficiently complex networks and information sharing pathways might end up looking very similar to each other.
Forum: Inner Space
12 days ago
Aine
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi eddie > What an amazing video. Thank you. Did you also see > that another fungus Aspergillus Tubingensis can > break down plastic in about a month in the right > conditions. They have been researching it for a > couple of years. > Gives us all hope that I'm not sure we deserve > Yve
Forum: Inner Space
20 days ago
Aine
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteMy point is that there is a connection > between theology and science. It was the priests > and monks that got the ball rolling towards > science and the scientific method in the first > place, and up through the 19th and early 20th > centuries it wasn't unusual for someone to be both >
Forum: Inner Space
20 days ago
Aine
Susan Doris Wrote: QuoteYou get a better > understanding of these things if you have some > idea of where they came from, and many of them are > very old.I hope I do not detect just the > teensiest bit of patronising there?! :) No, not in the slightest. Sorry if it came off like that. Not to > worry, you're entitled, because I have read and > admired your posts fo
Forum: Inner Space
21 days ago
Aine
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Before I lost all my reading vision, I was an avid > reader for very many years about many of those > names you mention. I did not ever go into a study > of philosophy, I preferred the practical work of > the scientists, but of corse picked up things > here and there. IMO you should go int
Forum: Inner Space
21 days ago
Aine
Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "It would be very unusual for anybody to predict > coincidences" > > Hi GG > > In the past I found that I could do this with > limited success, more often than one should in a > purely random world. I found that the logic of > synced events can work both ways. The reasoning
Forum: Inner Space
21 days ago
Aine
Susan, I think a study of natural philosophy is in order. I don't mean the modern use of the term, where it basically means just physics, but the older discipline which was the study of nature before the scientific era. Start with Aristotle and work your way through to Goethe, Hegel, Locke and Newton, Boyle (one of the greatest chemists of the 17th century, btw), Hooke, the whole lot of them.
Forum: Inner Space
4 weeks ago
Aine
ldennyjr Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You might be right but I doubt it. Posters here > should understand that Michigan has been a > stronghold for Democrats for as long as I can > remember and that's because of the strong labor > unions. The give away programs in Detroit, Flint > and from the state capital, Lansing, keep them in >
Forum: Global Village
7 weeks ago
Aine
WhoWeird Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Two days before the Nunes->Parnas calls shown > above: > > > Again, how did HPSCI get these call records if > Rudy turned over nothing? Didn't Parnas request that SDNY give the committee a copy?
Forum: Global Village
7 weeks ago
Aine
Yeah, and in 2018 Rasmussen claimed 40% of African Americans supported Trump. A whopping 8% voted for him and indeed for ANY Republican candidate. You're making the same mistake you've accused others of making in 2016. Now back to the fire pole with you.
Forum: Global Village
8 weeks ago
Aine
WhoWeird Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Aine Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > These are the same yahoos that complain about > > government overreach and insist that's why we > have > > the 2A. > > > > So far, they haven't put their money where > their > > mouth
Forum: Global Village
8 weeks ago
Aine
These are the same yahoos that complain about government overreach and insist that's why we have the 2A. So far, they haven't put their money where their mouths are. Edit: PS--Trump is not a conservative, and neither is most of the Republican Party. Trump is an opportunist--there is a reason he ran as a Republican. Because Republicans aren't too bright, and he knows that. Remember
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Aine
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kristin, > > I doubt he'll be charged with anything and will be > allowed to make corrections. > > Ray I agree with that. They're not after guys like Sondland. Dean didn't have immunity either and testified anyway. Did you notice how relaxed and relieved Sondland looked, like the weight of
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Aine
Oh, you mean he's a Republican now? Got it. Nobody cares.
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Aine
WhoWeird Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Archaic Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Welp, that was a whole lot of nothing. > > > > Was hilarious to listen to him trash CNN's > > headlines in real time though. > > > Schiff has torpedoed every single point the GOP > has
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Aine
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > For every bombshell, there is pushback, and > Sondland's testimony has been revised more than > once. There are denials that some conversations > took place, and disagreements on what was said. > Both Republicans and Democrats found fault. > > The devil is always in the details. > >
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Aine
WhoWeird Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Schiff is trying to expedite the process and > doesn't want to waste time going through the > courts enforcing subpoenas. People like Bolton, > Mulvaney, etc not appearing at Trump's direction > are going to be wrapped up in obstruction > articles, presumably. They've all been implicated > direc
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Aine
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mike, > > I'm sure that Bolton will name Rudy, but I doubt > that Bolton can directly link anything to Trump. > > Will Rudy go full rat and make that final link? > > Ray IMO, Rudy is going to die on that hill. Like Trump, he is utterly amoral and unscrupulous, and doing the right thin
Forum: Global Village
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