You have a serious problem with anything other than boolean logic, huh? Good luck with that.
You know what is one of the traits I like least in a person? When they assume that it's everyone else who is ignorant, rather than check their facts.
Yes, one meaning of converse - apparently the only one you know - is to take part in a conversation. However, there is another meaning which has a similar meaning to inverse and obverse.
(prenominal) reversed; opposite; contrary
something that is opposite or contrary
a categorical proposition obtained from another by the transposition of subject and predicate, as no bad man is bald from no bald man is bad
Etymology: 16th Century: from Latin conversus turned around; see
So basically, your post is laden with iron. Very irony in fact. Such disdain. Wow.
It's not ignorant to think that food plays a role in bowel problems. There are many recognised conditions that are aggravated by certain foods.. so to think that simply taking a pill, but continuing to eat any old shit is a good way to treat it.. that's pretty a pretty ignorant way of looking at it.
Going on a low carbohydrate diet a few years ago (to lose weight) cleared up several other problems that I wouldn't have even related to diet at the time (such as my nose almost always being irritated and blocked).
I don't need to lose any weight right now, but after reading this thread, I'm thinking I'll go back to no carb again for a while and see how it affects me.
Irritation causes inflammation. It might appear to be a disease if you can't figure out what is causing the irritation.
Sure, that's what science "knows" about it so far, but the idea that gut bacteria are a deciding factor also fits perfectly along with your "genetic or environmental" concept. If all you have is a hammer (genetics, environmental observation) then everything looks like a nail. Maybe there's more to it than bacteria, but the chemicals that we put into our body very obviously can affect behaviour and mental state.
Yep, but the one that helps disrupted the already established bacteria, probably by reducing their supply chain. The fact that this chemical was elevated 48 time above normal levels in the autistic mice suggests that it's produced by the "bad" bacteria somehow.
Probably quite a lot through the course of the day, though I suppose a lot of them might die in that environment. I guess I should have said "gut", then. When I say "stomach" I'm often referring to the whole intestinal area, the same as someone might say "lie on your stomach", when in fact they mean your belly..
I wonder if there's some underlying difference in the neurology of the autism-model mice such that the metabolite "sets off" the autism-model behaviours rather than anxiety. Or perhaps the metabolite causes anxiety in both communities but the anxiety only then "sets off" the autism-model behaviours in the autism-model mice.
Is it not the case that the metabolite is necessary for the problem bacteria to replicate - but that the healthy mice don't have these bacteria in the first place, so introducing it won't have the same effect?
Autism is genetic and is also influenced / is a function of the environment they are brought up in
Did you consider that it might not be passed on through DNA at all, and completely is a result of the environment, including the bacteria that your mum's side of the family have in their body? Or perhaps your DNA makes you more susceptible to these bacteria. I've been trying to figure out how exactly food affects my mood and behaviour for a while now..
The thing is that if it's gut microbes, then good food will cause problems too. It will depend exactly what the bacteria's preferred food source is though. And toxins from bacteria in your stomach can absolutely affect your mood and ability to function.
Considering the price of energy and the whole economic crisis, a lot of people would probably rather plug in manually if the losses are any more than a couple of percent. Even 1% would probably put a lot of people off if they were aware of it.
There's a reason that there's "American English" and "English".. I'm not sure why you have to make it about "winning". That's one of the major flaws when it comes to humanity in general, not being able to realise how life doesn't always need to be about "us vs them". Or "US vs them". Ho ho ho..
From the definitions I can find, a barge is always a boat, whether it's powered or not.
And from Wikipedia, this looks like another case of the US having a different perception of things from the rest of the world, because it sounds like all your barges are basically just trailers for tugboats.
Barges have to be flat bottomed, though I'm guessing this thing may be flat bottomed. Barges can also have their own propulsion, for example the river homes that people pilot around the canals here in the UK are barges.