Monthly Archives: June 2013

What food types do you need?

Which foods were original nutrients for humans? Should different types of food be eaten in a single meal? Continue reading

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What food types do you need?

This is not scientific precision.  This is not peer reviewed.  This might not resist the rigor of an editor.  These are simply observations intended to spur thought and look laterally. Fat is probably the most desirable and quintessential food for … Continue reading

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Tangled lines.

Humans have a great number of fixed behavioural patterns.  These are standard responses to external inputs, and take a predictably similar form (but see the comments on the bell curve).  For practical purposes they are universal and form the basis … Continue reading

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Help, concern, compassion and love

All these are likely a spectrum of an emotion which is intrinsic in the human.  The social, cohesive and efficiency aspects of this emotion therefore become an essential component to human society.  This must exist at the level of the … Continue reading

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Differences between morality and ethics

Most sources offer  relatively limpid definitions. Morality.  This is described as “what feels to be correct”.  Breaches of morality are supposed to produce an anguish or sense of unfulfilment in the perpetrator.  However, the definition should be relatively simple: it … Continue reading

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Bobby, I want you to know…

Bobby, I want you to know that all humans are the same. But I am different from Suzy, she showed me, down there in the naughty parts.  She showed Harry too and Harry has a pi-pi like me.  Harry says … Continue reading

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Tangled metabolic pathways.

Metabolic pathways are the succession of chemical changes which convert one compound into another within the body. There are many: the entire number is probably not known and there are even more subsidiary and partial pathways by which biochemical processes … Continue reading

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