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Re: “The true force of a boxer's punch

Why boxer punching bag felt sore on his fist but when he punch a floating tissue paper with same amount forces he didn't feel sore.

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Posted by Aina Ansah on 09/22/2019 at 4:22 AM

Re: “Is the world more dangerous for kids than it was 30 years ago?

there have always been the "John Fish" ,child serial killers. Every parent goes on to say "I thought it would never happen to me" What are we to do? Watch your kids play, keep an eye.

Posted by Karen Henneberger on 09/15/2019 at 4:41 AM

Re: “Does the Rothschild family control every central bank in the world?

They are so smart leave them happy, cause they deed what we call surviving for the fitest

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Posted by chrispin manyonyi on 07/29/2019 at 11:18 AM

Re: “How do storm glasses work? Do they work at all?

I have had mine for several months and it changes in ways that sometimes make sense. I have noticed it changes more with the window open which would speak to changes in temperature. However, now it is on a table near a window open for 4 days and I have seen many changes. During the lead up to a severe storm, all I could see is crystals. Now, on warm clear day, I can't even see any crystals at all. Today has been warm and clear with 80 degree temps that have not fluctuated more than 2 degrees all day. I get the feeling that something besides temperature drives these changes.

Posted by Peggy Bayliss on 07/09/2019 at 8:01 PM

Re: “How do storm glasses work? Do they work at all?

I just bought one on amazon for my 15 year old grandson. Turns out there are elaborate warnings in side the box about the "toxic" contents -- hand washing and a trip to the emergency room are recommended if the tube is broken. I've been on customer service with amazon for 15 or 20 minutes to find out the contents. No one there knows. I'm pretty sure my grandson will break it, accidentally or not. Trying to gauge the downsides.

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Posted by marysue foster on 05/04/2019 at 8:22 PM

Re: “The true force of a boxer's punch

I wouldn't take the study to show that the technique of the punches in boxing are superior in power to those of the martial arts other than boxing. The tests were of Elite boxers and 12 seemingly Random Karate black belts. In most martial arts being a black belt doesn't even mean that you are good at the art. It just means that you've been doing it for a while and are at least semi competent. If you were to take martial artists with the same level of fitness as elite boxers, who were highly proficient in their techniques then punching power would probably end up being pretty close to the same.

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Posted by Jackson Hamlett on 04/23/2019 at 11:14 AM

Re: “Why are there so many transgender women in Thailand?

LGBT themes in Hindu Epics involve Hindu deities or heroes whose attributes or behavior can be interpreted as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) unlike Judaism & Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism both have changes of sex, homoerotic encounters, and intersex or third gender characters found both in traditional religious narratives such as the Vedas, Mahabharata, Ramayana and Puranas as well as in regional folklore. Gods change sex or manifest as an Avatar of the opposite sex in order to facilitate sexual congress. It has nothing to do with reaching spiritual enlightenment. Most gods changed gender in stories to deceive to facilitate sex or rape.

Really its all about sex appetites, carnal desire and sexual pleasure. Hajiras often act as priests cross dressing and preforming sex and sacred prostitution. Something Judaism and Christianity doesnt have. These date back all the way to 3000 BC the cradle of civilization with goddesses like Atargatis and the cross dressing priests of Syria Assyria and Babylon and make up wearing from ancient Egyptians. Its not new to civilization, rather it is very very old.

However, I often wonder since my own male child transgendered, if it has more to do with absent/divorced fathers and male role models. Maybe its all the sex and porn as a power, domination, submission, money, influence, and vanity to feel sexual gratification as a woman. Invariably it revolves around the act of vanity and sex either way. I believe being a woman is about being a mother, a nurturer and provider/procreator, not a sex doll for prostitution. Transgender dont procreate, they adopt.

In Ancient Greece anal penetration in Greek pederasty of men with boys often seen as dishonorable to the penetrated, or shameful, because of "its potential appearance of being turned into a woman" because it was feared that it may distract the ermenos from playing the active, penetrative role.

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Posted by Heavenly Strike on 04/04/2019 at 6:11 PM

Re: “How do storm glasses work? Do they work at all?

The one I got does change based on temperature, especially if you move it from a warm room to a cold one. It's still an interesting decoration because it changes every so often and looks cool. I've read some reviews on Amazon and some of them don't work, but the one I got from here does:

Posted by wave.cycle on 02/19/2019 at 10:32 PM

Re: “Why are there so many transgender women in Thailand?

I heard that it is because of their food - GMO chicken.

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Posted by Dorj Ochir on 02/18/2019 at 2:42 AM

Re: “The true force of a boxer's punch

No boxer ever died from taking one punch, or even 100 punches. This includes Muhammad Ali, who didn't get damaged by any "one" punch. They get damaged by the 100th punch or the 1000th punch not just any one particular punch. It is always the 10,000th, even though it can be filmed, seen by many individuals, etc. A former junior-middleweight champion, Eddie Pace took many beatings in his career; he was a straight ahead type fighter like Dempsey, Marciano, etc. and took a lot of beatings, especially by Freddie Little. He was sparring in the Main Street Gym, in L.A. whwn he was sparring with another boxer who hit him in a sparring session where he was knocked out. Unfortunately the punch was the one that killed him. It wasn't that "one" punch, probably more like the 10,000th.

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Posted by Keith Laufenberg on 11/30/2018 at 8:21 PM

Re: “Does the Rothschild family control every central bank in the world?

I am amazed how today we are the slaves of the rich and the rich control media, the courts and even which wars tax money will keep going. The US last 21 trillion dollars and nobody cares??

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Posted by Johanthan Edwards on 11/28/2018 at 7:05 PM

Re: “Why are there so many transgender women in Thailand?

but there more in whole Asia how comes?

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Posted by Michael Anon on 11/24/2018 at 1:04 PM

Re: “Do brain supplements do anything?

Mental Health is the number 1 issue in our society now, a lot of things to consider when you want to take narcotic medicines.

However, as a person who has suffered from clinical depression, I had to go through everything but I am happy with my decision to take Mental Health Supplements.

I ordered mine at and they have a lot of brain supplements that you can choose from. I picked the most beneficial for me. I want a supplement that makes me alive but helps me fix my sleep routine and also I noticed a big difference in my mood and my brain functioning has improved as well.

Considering a Brain Supplement is a good idea. Who doesn't want to have a good state of mind? And I must say it should be recommended too to other people.

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Posted by George Miller on 11/22/2018 at 2:57 AM

Re: “Why don't we bomb Afghanistan's poppy fields?

Ahhh yes,, the covert bank for the *Christians in Action* (CIA)

Posted by on 11/16/2018 at 11:34 AM

Re: “Why don't we bomb Afghanistan's poppy fields?

The US Marines have no morals. Why? Because they don't think. They just follow orders. What a bunch of cowards. They should be taking flame throwers to the fields and to the CIA agents who are involved with producing this poison. Profiting form processing this commodity (opium) for US Military and private contractor's black ops undermines freedom while contributing greatly to instability and chaos all over the world. Who can be on the side of this policy to use covert and illicit operations to foment wars and misery? Only world class assholes. Normal people don't even think or imagine that this BS should be going on in the world. Support the troops, why? They are the most guilty of all the parties involved with this evil because they make it all possible by shutting their brains OFF and follow orders no matter what the ramifications are and will be. F#@K the Troops.

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Posted by JAMES kulick on 11/10/2018 at 10:00 AM

Re: “Why are there so many transgender women in Thailand?

Ladyboy is not a term that is widely considered offensive in Thailand. Most transgender women identify with that term. Go on tinder.

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Posted by Thomas Pruchinski on 10/17/2018 at 3:20 PM

Re: “Does the Rothschild family control every central bank in the world?

John. F. Kennedy was Assassinated because he spoke out against the Global & Banking Elites. Here is the speech he gave that got him assassinated within a few weeks of giving it....

Very chilling. This came from a United States President... An Honest President speaking to the PEOPLE of the United States about these Elites... and the United States President was assassinated for it.... and it was covered it... there was no internet back then, no social media, no way of anyone verifying anything... the CIA controls the TV stations/media/newspapers/propaganda...

Lee Oswald was the fall man... Conveniently he was shot & killed himself the moment he was brought out by police before he could even say a word.... Conveniently, the man who shot & killed Oswald was sentenced to Death and died in prison within 2 years....

Just look at the facts people. Come to your own conclusions. Look at the videos. Listen to JFK... Do you all know his son (JFK Junior) was killed mysteriously out on the ocean back in 1999.... Spread the word. Buy Crypto. We can only trust each other.... Beware of "Deepfakes", beware of ANY social media... 2018 and the future is very dangerous... There are powers and corruption everywhere trying to keep us all oppressed and subjugated.... We are stronger together. Stronger if we are educated.

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Posted by anony on 09/16/2018 at 2:33 AM

Re: “Does the Rothschild family control every central bank in the world?

Despite having attempted to delegitimize the very question via the standard smears (anti-semitism, conspiracy whackos, ...), your answer nevertheless seems to be, roughly: "they could, nobody really knows".

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Posted by BlaBlaOligarchy on 08/03/2018 at 5:42 PM

Re: “Playing with babies

I think it's the fault of Westerners if they can't distinguish between innocent sexual fondling of a kid, and full on sex with a kid. And I say this as a Westerner. As made clear in the response to the letter on this page, the people exposing the kids' private areas and doing the fondling of them are aware of the sexual implications of exposing and fondling kids' genitals, but they don't mean any harm by it. So why should Westerners be imposing their own views of sex onto another culture?

Of course it's highly likely amongst a large group of adults that at least a few are doing it for their own sexual gratification, which would make it sexual abuse, but even then, it's fine as touching the genitals of kids is normal so even in such a situation, it will seem like a standard thing to kid. And sexual abuse without actual sex is a lot different from actual sex with a child. Even in the West, kids get fondled by the TSA, taught to dance sexually in skimpy cloths in dance competitions, etc. So in both Asia and the West, sexual abuse without intercourse really should just be accepted as not a big deal now.

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Posted by khkjhk on 07/24/2018 at 2:00 PM

Re: “The true force of a boxer's punch

Kevin Franklin has no clue what he's talking about. Learn some physics. "Force is subjective"??? what a funny joke I would laugh if it weren't for the fact that he was saying it seriously. Yes, force does depend on the hardness, and can be measured, making it objective. No one says "oh it felt like 3 newtons of force so I'ma say it was 3 newtons" lmfao.

It IS much more accurate to measure brain damage in G's (acceleration) rather than newtons. Because peoples' heads come in all sizes! The G's measures how fast the skull actually accelerated and it's closer to the thing you REALLY want: The force that the brain hit the skull, not the force that the skull was hit.

"Penetrative nature" is absolute BS unless you're actually measuring organ damage or something. Brain damage doesn't come from people "penetrating" into the skull. It comes from accelerating the skull.

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Posted by Max Loh on 07/20/2018 at 5:28 PM

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