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Steaphany Waelder
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 14
Replying to @StefanMolyneux
Mash's Klinger had a better fashion sense
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 14
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 13
Replying to @StefanMolyneux
Stefan, You're are being so cruel to the damn commies, They'll say what ever promotes their socialist agenda, but no one is supposed to remember or document what they said more than a couple hours ago, From 2010 - Arghhh
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Kit Chapman Jan 11
Science Twitter thread! This is about something a bit different. This is Captain Jimmy Robinson. He is the only person killed discovering a new element. It's an important story you probably don't know.
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 9
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BARE NECESSITIES Jan 9
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gary taubes Jan 9
Doctors have long suspected sugar is not simply a source of excess calories but a fundamental cause of metabolic diseases. The case against sugar is now stronger than ever.
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TheTruthAboutCancer Jan 8
How Turmeric Can Prevent Cancer →
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gary taubes Jan 8
Hundreds more references and footnotes in The Case Against Sugar. Available in Kindle, Hardcover, Paperback, or Audiobook versions.
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Dr. Rath Foundation Jan 7
Low vitamin K linked to disease deaths: Dutch data
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 7
Replying to @PatrickDempsey @Cigna
To see a Doctor, to be made into a patient and sent into the poor house to die from inept treatments and dangerous pills ? Fuck that, I'm an out law and I take care of my own health !
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 6
No, that is not the case, if the Chinese vendors "know" their products will NOT be tested for compliance to quality & specifications, they will sneak in sh*t. But if you validate the products yourself, you can go back to them and demand better.
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 6
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TheTruthAboutCancer Jan 5
Improving Your Mitochondria Function to Reduce Cancer Risk →
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 5
I have Geese and they are proof dino's are still here
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 5
Replying to @contourcorsets
China hasn't changed. Unless you have a means to certify specification compliance and hold manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers accountable, they will ship sh*t. I learned the hard way to measure sample lots from each shipment and statistically review all spec's !
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jan 5
There are 800 incidents of DNA damage in our bodies per hour. What can we do about it?
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 5
Texas has just enough bad weather to remind you not to move else where. You'll never say you miss a change of seasons, A few days ago, the night temp was about 20F, now it's 60F
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 5
I feel those who named geologic features of Texas had a poor sense of scale, I have seen many hills named as mountians.
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Steaphany Waelder Jan 5
Replying to @iambeshine
I know that very well
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