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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:17 pm

Clicker wrote:I've listened to the videos and can't figure out what the looney ton idiots are actually getting at.   After about 15 min of it i gave up and shut it down.  Apparently this is directed at sympathetic heads who are already on the bandwagon(whatever that really is) and just need a bit of reinforcement to remain focused.  Mostly simple Algore BSas I see it.  I'm not a farmer so I guess I'd be called unqualified to make comment.  I do remember the no till issues years ago  but they were aimed mostly at preventing the loss of topsoil due to wind erosion.  The dire doom and gloom predictions were that we were cruising toward another dust bowl. I don't recall anyone buying that but most of the farmers in the region of Ohio I came from were into no till.

We need to find out were the money for these loons comes from and cut them off.

Start at 51:45 on the Beck video. Most prudent to how societies have degraded their soil and had to move on. Or how once rich countries become dirt poor. Literally.

Beck is partially under the university umbrella, but has to support his research through his own profit. Really can't be cut off because he answers to the farmers who own the property he works on.

Gabe Brown is a farmer. Cannot defund him. It's actually quite the opposite though. His cost of production is much less than his conventional neighbors.

Graeme Sait owns his own consulting business. Can't defund him either. A business that is growing by leaps and bounds. Dole and Driscoll's are two of the largest ag producers in America. They paid him to train their agronimosts.

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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:28 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:Very few farmers practice no-till crop production in this area. One of the biggest advantages is the ground has the ability to absorb much more moisture which it needs. There are also a multitude of bacteria in the soil that is harmed during tillage. However, hydroponics and even closer to home, the sand hills of Nebraska, have proven any plant can be grown entirely in a sterile medium if given the proper moisture and nutrients. At Scotts lawn company they grow sod directly on concrete with no medium.

In regard to hydroponics, yes it works. That's essentially what a plant does in the soil. It sucks up the water that has soluble nutrients in it. The question is whether you are adding enough nutrients to your hydroponic water. There are dozens of minerals needed for sustainability in humans. We are only beginning to understand what is needed. Producing green lawn grass is a far cry from producing food that will provide proper nutrition.

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Post  Darth Cheney on Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:01 pm

So re-feeding cattle their own crap is harmful to humans who consume the cattle?
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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:34 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:So re-feeding cattle their own crap is harmful to humans who consume the cattle?

I'm not sure what you're asking?

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Post  Shortie's Ex on Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:25 pm

Oh Dr Evil your information on the health of soils is wonderful and so true.

In our household, we have seen similar presentations about 'living soil' from a couple of Soil Health Specialists associated with the Natural Conservation Resource Service.

These other guys can laugh. But I can tell that those principles of building soil health and feeding the life in the soil, when properly executed, really will grow some really nice cucumbers.
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Post  Dr. Evil on Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:17 pm

Shortie's Ex wrote:Oh Dr Evil your information on the health of soils is wonderful and so true.  

In our household, we have seen similar presentations about 'living soil' from a couple of Soil Health Specialists associated with the Natural Conservation Resource Service.

These other guys can laugh.  But I can tell that those principles of building soil health and feeding the life in the soil, when properly executed, really will grow some really nice cucumbers.

Yes Shorty, but not just nice cucumbers. Anybody can grow nice cucumbers, I'm talking about nice cucumbers that also packed with type of nutrition, and covered with the type of biology that will keep you and your household out of the doctors office. Or cancer ward...

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Post  Dr. Evil on Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:53 pm

Here's another fun tidbit for those of you who are in tune with where your food comes from, and are also wondering why we suddenly have such health issues...


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Post  Darth Cheney on Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:12 am

Looks like the nut jobs have a follower...
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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Sep 24, 2017 7:42 am

Darth Cheney wrote:Looks like the nut jobs have a follower...

Nut job? He's retired military! Colonel actually. He gave 41 years of his life to this country, and you call him a nut job?! Why do you hate America?

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Post  Darth Cheney on Sun Sep 24, 2017 12:57 pm

Dr. Evil wrote:
Darth Cheney wrote:Looks like the nut jobs have a follower...

Nut job? He's retired military! Colonel actually. He gave 41 years of his life to this country, and you call him a nut job?! Why do you hate America?

Why would someone with a military career claim to be a expert on complex agriculture chemicals? Maybe you could have him change your tires while you are at it.
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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Sep 24, 2017 2:22 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:
Darth Cheney wrote:Looks like the nut jobs have a follower...

Nut job? He's retired military! Colonel actually. He gave 41 years of his life to this country, and you call him a nut job?! Why do you hate America?

Why would someone with a military career claim to be a expert on complex agriculture chemicals? Maybe you could have him change your tires while you are at it.

Oh gee, I don't know... Maybe he was a chemist for the Army?!?

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Post  Skeptical on Sun Sep 24, 2017 5:20 pm


Don Huber was Army reserve as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military, and worked mostly as a civilian at Purdue while maintaining an army reserve commission.


Professor Huber received his commission as an army officer in the active Reserve in 1957 after four years in the National Guard. Early in his military career he researched with a select group of scientists to study
the impact of nuclear war with specific effects of fallout on agriculture and ways to recover from such an attack.  From 1963 to 1971 he was assigned to the U.S. Army Edgewood Proving Ground and Ft. Detrick Biological Laboratories in Maryland for research in chemical and biological warfare. He became Operations Officer (S-3) in a USAR Medical Group before moving to Medical Intelligence (business) Department Of Defense. In 1973 he took command of a specialized Strategic Medical Intelligence Detachment (MIDS) assigned to The Office of the Surgeon General and U.S. Army Medical Intelligence and Information Agency, assisting in formation of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center (now NCMI). He carried out these duties while serving as a professor at Purdue. Though technically in the Army Reserve, Dr. Huber, whose expertise was in the Soviet Union’s biological warfare program, was part of elite nine and ten-person teams of specialized world scientists. In this capacity he commanded MIDS for eight years. Most of these scientists including Dr. Huber worked overtime without pay. He moved from command of MIDS to Senior Medical Intelligence Analyst and then as Associate Director of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center. Retiring from military service after more than 41 years, he continues work with our intelligence community, where he actively participates in oversight security of biological weapons programs and threat pathogen

Full bio here:http://www.nvlv.nl/downloads/Dr_Huber_bio.pdf
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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:03 pm

Skeptical wrote:
Don Huber was Army reserve as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military, and worked mostly as a civilian at Purdue while maintaining an army reserve commission.


Professor Huber received his commission as an army officer in the active Reserve in 1957 after four years in the National Guard. Early in his military career he researched with a select group of scientists to study
the impact of nuclear war with specific effects of fallout on agriculture and ways to recover from such an attack.  From 1963 to 1971 he was assigned to the U.S. Army Edgewood Proving Ground and Ft. Detrick Biological Laboratories in Maryland for research in chemical and biological warfare. He became Operations Officer (S-3) in a USAR Medical Group before moving to Medical Intelligence (business) Department Of Defense. In 1973 he took command of a specialized Strategic Medical Intelligence Detachment (MIDS) assigned to The Office of the Surgeon General and U.S. Army Medical Intelligence and Information Agency, assisting in formation of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center (now NCMI). He carried out these duties while serving as a professor at Purdue. Though technically in the Army Reserve, Dr. Huber, whose expertise was in the Soviet Union’s biological warfare program, was part of elite nine and ten-person teams of specialized world scientists. In this capacity he commanded MIDS for eight years. Most of these scientists including Dr. Huber worked overtime without pay. He moved from command of MIDS to Senior Medical Intelligence Analyst and then as Associate Director of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center. Retiring from military service after more than 41 years, he continues work with our intelligence community, where he actively participates in oversight security of biological weapons programs and threat pathogen

Full bio here:http://www.nvlv.nl/downloads/Dr_Huber_bio.pdf

So if you're not active duty it doesn't count?

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Post  Skeptical on Mon Sep 25, 2017 12:08 am

Dr. Evil wrote:
Skeptical wrote:
Don Huber was Army reserve as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military, and worked mostly as a civilian at Purdue while maintaining an army reserve commission.


Professor Huber received his commission as an army officer in the active Reserve in 1957 after four years in the National Guard. Early in his military career he researched with a select group of scientists to study
the impact of nuclear war with specific effects of fallout on agriculture and ways to recover from such an attack.  From 1963 to 1971 he was assigned to the U.S. Army Edgewood Proving Ground and Ft. Detrick Biological Laboratories in Maryland for research in chemical and biological warfare. He became Operations Officer (S-3) in a USAR Medical Group before moving to Medical Intelligence (business) Department Of Defense. In 1973 he took command of a specialized Strategic Medical Intelligence Detachment (MIDS) assigned to The Office of the Surgeon General and U.S. Army Medical Intelligence and Information Agency, assisting in formation of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center (now NCMI). He carried out these duties while serving as a professor at Purdue. Though technically in the Army Reserve, Dr. Huber, whose expertise was in the Soviet Union’s biological warfare program, was part of elite nine and ten-person teams of specialized world scientists. In this capacity he commanded MIDS for eight years. Most of these scientists including Dr. Huber worked overtime without pay. He moved from command of MIDS to Senior Medical Intelligence Analyst and then as Associate Director of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center. Retiring from military service after more than 41 years, he continues work with our intelligence community, where he actively participates in oversight security of biological weapons programs and threat pathogen

Full bio here:http://www.nvlv.nl/downloads/Dr_Huber_bio.pdf

So if you're not active duty it doesn't count?

Don't you wish you would have paid more attention in the reading comprehension portion of English class, assuming you went to school and was offered this subject to study.

It is a shame you didn't understand one word of,

Professor Huber received his commission as an army officer in the active Reserve in 1957 after four years in the National Guard.

OR

Don Huber was Army reserve as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military
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Post  Dr. Evil on Mon Sep 25, 2017 7:13 am

Skeptical wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:
Skeptical wrote:
Don Huber was Army reserve as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military, and worked mostly as a civilian at Purdue while maintaining an army reserve commission.


Professor Huber received his commission as an army officer in the active Reserve in 1957 after four years in the National Guard. Early in his military career he researched with a select group of scientists to study
the impact of nuclear war with specific effects of fallout on agriculture and ways to recover from such an attack.  From 1963 to 1971 he was assigned to the U.S. Army Edgewood Proving Ground and Ft. Detrick Biological Laboratories in Maryland for research in chemical and biological warfare. He became Operations Officer (S-3) in a USAR Medical Group before moving to Medical Intelligence (business) Department Of Defense. In 1973 he took command of a specialized Strategic Medical Intelligence Detachment (MIDS) assigned to The Office of the Surgeon General and U.S. Army Medical Intelligence and Information Agency, assisting in formation of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center (now NCMI). He carried out these duties while serving as a professor at Purdue. Though technically in the Army Reserve, Dr. Huber, whose expertise was in the Soviet Union’s biological warfare program, was part of elite nine and ten-person teams of specialized world scientists. In this capacity he commanded MIDS for eight years. Most of these scientists including Dr. Huber worked overtime without pay. He moved from command of MIDS to Senior Medical Intelligence Analyst and then as Associate Director of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center. Retiring from military service after more than 41 years, he continues work with our intelligence community, where he actively participates in oversight security of biological weapons programs and threat pathogen

Full bio here:http://www.nvlv.nl/downloads/Dr_Huber_bio.pdf

So if you're not active duty it doesn't count?

Don't you wish you would have paid more attention in the reading comprehension portion of English class, assuming you went to school and was offered this subject to study.

It is a shame you didn't understand one word of,

Professor Huber received his commission as an army officer in the active Reserve in 1957 after four years in the National Guard.

OR

Don Huber was Army reserve as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military

Soooo.....What's your issue then?

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Post  Skeptical on Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:34 am

Dr. Evil wrote:  Soooo.....What's your issue then?

No issue at all.

You made reference to him being a retired Colonel who gave 41 years of his life in service to the country and if you linked to his military career I missed it.

So I figured the other readers would like to read his bio and simply made a factual statement summarizing that his military career consisted of being in the Army reserves as mentioned in the bio.

So, what is your problem ??
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Post  Dr. Evil on Mon Sep 25, 2017 12:24 pm

Skeptical wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:  Soooo.....What's your issue then?

No issue at all.

You made reference to him being a retired Colonel who gave 41 years of his life in service to the country and if you linked to his military career I missed it.

So I figured the other readers would like to read his bio and simply made a factual statement summarizing that his military career consisted of being in the Army reserves as mentioned in the bio.

So, what is your problem ??

And again I ask... You don't consider the Army Reserve to be a service to the country? Didn't the country spend the whole day yesterday talking about respecting the soldiers who selflessly served our country? How about instead of degrading this servicemen's credentials, you speak to the message he's trying to convey? Your explanation reminds me of when your president disrespected POW's because they "got caught".

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Post  Skeptical on Mon Sep 25, 2017 1:47 pm

Dr. Evil wrote:
Skeptical wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:  Soooo.....What's your issue then?

No issue at all.

You made reference to him being a retired Colonel who gave 41 years of his life in service to the country and if you linked to his military career I missed it.

So I figured the other readers would like to read his bio and simply made a factual statement summarizing that his military career consisted of being in the Army reserves as mentioned in the bio.

So, what is your problem ??

And again I ask... You don't consider the Army Reserve to be a service to the country? .

Show me where I even hinted what you accuse me of!

Again what part of

Don Huber was Army reserve , as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military, and worked mostly as a civilian at Purdue while maintaining an army reserve commission.

DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND ??
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Post  Dr. Evil on Mon Sep 25, 2017 2:44 pm

Skeptical wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:
Skeptical wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:  Soooo.....What's your issue then?

No issue at all.

You made reference to him being a retired Colonel who gave 41 years of his life in service to the country and if you linked to his military career I missed it.

So I figured the other readers would like to read his bio and simply made a factual statement summarizing that his military career consisted of being in the Army reserves as mentioned in the bio.

So, what is your problem ??

And again I ask... You don't consider the Army Reserve to be a service to the country? .

Show me where I even hinted what you accuse me of!

Again what part of

Don Huber was Army reserve , as opposed to active duty, which is still considered military, and worked mostly as a civilian at Purdue while maintaining an army reserve commission.

DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND ??

Oh, sorry. My bad guess. Then why are we even talking about this? Why not just discuss what this Army Reserve General that gave 41 years of his life to the American people has to say?

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Post  Skeptical on Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:16 pm

Dr. Evil wrote: Oh, sorry. My bad guess. Then why are we even talking about this? Why not just discuss what this Army Reserve General that gave 41 years of his life to the American people has to say?

Because you are all butthurt about an imaginary problem ??
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Post  Darth Cheney on Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:31 pm

Dr. Evil wrote:
Skeptical wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:  Soooo.....What's your issue then?

No issue at all.

You made reference to him being a retired Colonel who gave 41 years of his life in service to the country and if you linked to his military career I missed it.

So I figured the other readers would like to read his bio and simply made a factual statement summarizing that his military career consisted of being in the Army reserves as mentioned in the bio.

So, what is your problem ??

And again I ask... You don't consider the Army Reserve to be a service to the country? Didn't the country spend the whole day yesterday talking about respecting the soldiers who selflessly served our country? How about instead of degrading this servicemen's credentials, you speak to the message he's trying to convey? Your explanation reminds me of when your president disrespected POW's because they "got caught".

LOOK PEOPLE!

A liberal is acting like he gives a shiste about people who serve and defend this country!

A VERY RARE EVENT.
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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Oct 15, 2017 2:28 pm

We are so oblivious to how gut bacteria work that we can't even figure out that the appendix is a vital part of our body. Is it any wonder why there is such a fight over what glyphosate, a powerful patented antibiotic, does to your immune system?


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Post  Darth Cheney on Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:17 pm

Dr. Evil wrote:We are so oblivious to how gut bacteria work that we can't even figure out that the appendix is a vital part of our body. Is it any wonder why there is such a fight over what glyphosate, a powerful patented antibiotic, does to your immune system?


Another unknown fact...rectal/anal cancer is skyrocketing among the homosexual community and woman who engage in anal sex yet is largely unreported by the media as it doesn't fit the narrative that homosexuality is perfectly normal behavior. I guess God knows the truth. I guess the Kweer problem might take care of itself naturally.
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Post  Dr. Evil on Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:45 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:We are so oblivious to how gut bacteria work that we can't even figure out that the appendix is a vital part of our body. Is it any wonder why there is such a fight over what glyphosate, a powerful patented antibiotic, does to your immune system?


Another unknown fact...rectal/anal cancer is skyrocketing among the homosexual community and woman who engage in anal sex yet is largely unreported by the media as it doesn't fit the narrative that homosexuality is perfectly normal behavior. I guess God knows the truth. I guess the Kweer problem might take care of itself naturally.

Another reason to not raise your kid Catholoc...

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Post  Skeptical on Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:45 pm

Dr. Evil wrote:We are so oblivious to how gut bacteria work that we can't even figure out that the appendix is a vital part of our body. Is it any wonder why there is such a fight over what glyphosate, a powerful patented antibiotic, does to your immune system?


http://www.snopes.com/monsanto-suppressing-evidence-of-cancerous-herbicide-in-food/

You fall for the silliest progressive/socialist propaganda!

The patent was granted in 2010, and you can view it here. Monsanto patented the combination of glyphosate and polyvalent anion oxalic acid as a method for preventing and treating pathogenic infections like malaria. As the patent explains, parasites from the phylum of Apicomplexa are often responsible for diseases in humans and other animals — and glyphosate is capable of inhibiting the growth of these parasites

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-03-22-coincidence-monsanto-patented-glyphosate-as-an-antibiotic-weed-killer-medicine.html
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