Vegetarian Documentary – Structure Governs Function – Part 1 of 3

| June 19, 2012 | 25 Comments

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  1. sjm8890 says:

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  2. unclegus says:

    – The word EVOLVED, simply means CHANGE.  Because humans changed to eat meat… and that was the “last” thing we did – does it mean we shouldn’t change back? – because we “CHANGED” to eat meat – we never need to “change” again…?
    So because humans are now fed coca-cola and macdonalds and processed foods – we shouldn’t change back to Living, Organic, Natural Foods?
    Food doesn’t Vibrate – not really – but it causes Vibrations in the human. Humans oscillate – we drum to the beat.

  3. unclegus says:

    – Food is more “radiation” orientated. Fruit trees for example – grow up higher – trying to reach out-towards the universe – they have so many leaves, they soak in a great deal of cosmic and solar radiations.

    Root Vegetables 4 example – soak up more of Earth’s geo-magnetic radiations.

    These r BASE radiations which CAUSE HEALTH in the “evolved” human, as the plant only synthesizes the best.

    It’s not got the metabolic-waste and secondary radiations of animals.

  4. unclegus says:

    – Of course. Vegetarianism is for the individual. It’s an individual’s choice. It is not a collective choice for the whole species. Vegetarianism made an appearance when it was no longer necessary to eat animals to survive and some people chose that option. I hope vegetarianism is always an option for people who want it. I think it’s a good choice to make.

  5. sjm8890 says:

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  6. unclegus says:

    – The word EVOLVED, simply means CHANGE.  Because humans changed to eat meat… and that was the “last” thing we did – does it mean we shouldn’t change back? – because we “CHANGED” to eat meat – we never need to “change” again…?
    So because humans are now fed coca-cola and macdonalds and processed foods – we shouldn’t change back to Living, Organic, Natural Foods?
    Food doesn’t Vibrate – not really – but it causes Vibrations in the human. Humans oscillate – we drum to the beat.

  7. unclegus says:

    – Food is more “radiation” orientated. Fruit trees for example – grow up higher – trying to reach out-towards the universe – they have so many leaves, they soak in a great deal of cosmic and solar radiations.

    Root Vegetables 4 example – soak up more of Earth’s geo-magnetic radiations.

    These r BASE radiations which CAUSE HEALTH in the “evolved” human, as the plant only synthesizes the best.

    It’s not got the metabolic-waste and secondary radiations of animals.

  8. unclegus says:

    – Of course. Vegetarianism is for the individual. It’s an individual’s choice. It is not a collective choice for the whole species. Vegetarianism made an appearance when it was no longer necessary to eat animals to survive and some people chose that option. I hope vegetarianism is always an option for people who want it. I think it’s a good choice to make.

  9. paenitet7nullum says:

    things do happen automatically but biologically speaking there is always remnants of what used to be. there will always be a force fighting change.

  10. 83redrose83 says:

    I am vegetarian because it’s gross to eat another living thing, the way the animal is mistreated, I want to be healthy and have a clear conscience.

  11. unclegus says:

    – It is true. Humans do have incredible nerve energy and stamina. It does takes intelligence and focus to hunt.

    It also takes intelligence to plan and grow fruit and vegetables and nuts and make them successfully produce. It takes persistence every morning to go out and kill the bugs eating your trees and veggies. Things happen automatically. Vegetarianism happened automatically when the conditions were favourable. I swim for fun. I don’t swim with a spear looking for fish.

  12. unclegus says:

    – I don’t have to. The term is self-explanatory. It obviously means that the human will spend long amounts of time and energy in nature, looking and waiting for an opportunity to kill an animal. Primitive tribes did this with spears.

    Humans can also sit on a computer all day long, designing systems, art, games, etc

    Humans can grow fruit orchards, vegetable gardens, nut trees, milk cows, chooks, bees hives and live long fulfilling lives without ever eating an animal.

  13. unclegus says:

    – I don’t know if I replied to this one. But Indian vegetarians do not eat healthy vegetarian food. They mostly eat spicy sauces with white rice. They’re hardly eating many raw fruits and vegetables and nuts.

  14. hooprug34 says:

    Two words: Persistence Hunting. Look it up.

  15. paenitet7nullum says:

    dude babies are yummy and strangling them is the quietest safest cheapest way to go to kill them. Now on a serious note; the lion has claws and sharp teeth, nobody complains when they kill elephants. Elephants; are really big and stuff,nobody complains when they eat endangered trees. Our hands were built for tools and thats what we use them for, our feets were made for running and thats NOT what we use them for(and thats our problem). life does what it is made to do to survive

  16. UndyingRevolution says:

    Ethically speaking, you can’t use one of your body parts to justify an unethical practice. My hands (and your hands) are the perfect size to strangle a small child. However, nobody in their right mind would use this as an excuse to strangle babies, would they?

  17. gp167 says:

    we can survive without meat easily, i know i can, we do not NEED it

  18. haridham says:

    vegetarianism rules /watch?v=WWMnscY04AY&feature=channel_video_title

  19. AppleSouffle says:

    The vegetarians of Southern India eat a low-calorie diet very
    high in carbohydrates and low in protein and fat. They have
    the shortest life span of any society on Earth, and their
    bodies have an extremely low muscle mass. They are weak and
    frail and the children clearly exhibit a failure to thrive.
    Their heart disease rate is double that of the meat eaters in
    Northern India.

    HL Abrams, Journal of Applied Nutrition, 1980, 32:2:53-87. The Myths of Vegetarianism.

  20. paenitet7nullum says:

    if it’s not good at tearing then… then nothing, thats what sharp teeth are for. maybe if it was flat it wouldn’t be good at tearing but it’s not flat it’s sharp. “tear down an animal”?? not every animal can run. And not every animal can run for as long as we can. we are not weak, we have fought braveley and intelligently to earn ourselves the title of top animal on earth. we can tear down mountains or dry up the sea if we want. and our feet are made for running salad doesnt run away

  21. 34roberees says:

    I agree, we were not made to eat meat, unlike other nimals.

  22. unclegus says:

    – majority of our teeth are made for cutting and grinding – not cutting and tearing. A lot of people don’t even have sharp K9s and their K9s are relatively flat. Some people have protruding K9s. Teeth come in different shapes and sizes these days. None of them rememble a cats. Wonder why the universe would even bother making fruit, and salads and nuts taste so good…and meat bland and need sauces and carbonized by cooking. I like to grind nuts with my teeth.

  23. unclegus says:

    – The sharp tooth is not very good at tearing. It definitely couldn’t tear down any animal. It could hardly pierce most skin. At best you could see we could chew on very small animals. But we are human. Our possibilities are endless. Structurally we can do anything. For health – we advise a vegetarian diet to keep you in health until you die. Every animal can run. We are a slow animal. We are a weak animal. We are a super smart, creative, adaptable animal.

  24. unclegus says:

    – The aim of the game is adaption. Humans have adapted to eating meat – we are like pigs – scavengers. Structurally we are still more than suitable to be vegetarian. Our digestive systems are frugivorous in length. Our livers do not handle the end-products of Uric acid too well. We don’t have claws. We have frugivore paws. These frugivore paws are called HANDS. The thumb position allows us to use our hands for very dextrous uses.

  25. 34roberees says:

    Not everything is in the teeth you have to look at our whole digestive system.

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