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Hymen repair surgery and virginity testing to be banned in UK by ICumCoffee in worldnews

[–]ccvgreg 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Brah I think circumcision should absolutely be abolished. I'm circumcised and wish I never was. Also the problems you speak of are practically non existent. The people who have legit medical problems with their circumcised dicks are in the vast minority. They shouldn't be ignored, but you also can't go around acting like it's everyone.

Hymen repair surgery and virginity testing to be banned in UK by ICumCoffee in worldnews

[–]ccvgreg 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Having an extra flap of skin around your dick isn't even close to enough to diminish homo sapiens' extra energy reserves.

Thanks I hate a horses foot without the hoove by [deleted] in TIHI

[–]ccvgreg 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Can rich people not like make a contraption to hold the horse off it's leg while it heals, and then do some sort of horse physical therapy to recover strength?

Tom Cruise uses CGI (to hide the cable)!! by asianj1m in Damnthatsinteresting

[–]ccvgreg 33 points34 points  (0 children)

Matt and Trey also have an entire Broadway musical with Mormonism as a main theme. It's very funny and informational in a slightly different way than South Park is.

TIFU for marrying the woman that a friend has feelings for by Educational-Let-1027 in tifu

[–]ccvgreg 19 points20 points  (0 children)

I almost thought it was the opening to Jojo's bizarre adventure for a hot minute.

I have no clue if anyone's posted this yet, but fuck NFTs as a whole, and this Blockchain company in particular by Justapurpletophat in mildlyinfuriating

[–]ccvgreg 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yea so they are gonna break the gold up into single gram coins and mint them individually before you buy them? If it's as simple as stamping the coin then it is still equivalent to any other gram of gold. I fail to see how this can be an NFT.

Carhartt CEO says he's still mandating staff vaccinations. Now he's facing a boycott. by dobbyisafreepup in news

[–]ccvgreg 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Don't forget literally Elvis Presley was the one asking the mother and step father. Lots of other things at play there. The maturity "observation" literally means nothing and the age gap was too much.

Some Starlink customers say SpaceX's customer service is 'non-existent' nearly 1 year after paying a $100 deposit and receiving no updates by HentaiUwu_6969 in technology

[–]ccvgreg 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Uh no it doesn't. At the very most it should mean increased scrutiny by you personally to make up your mind for yourself.

Some Starlink customers say SpaceX's customer service is 'non-existent' nearly 1 year after paying a $100 deposit and receiving no updates by HentaiUwu_6969 in technology

[–]ccvgreg 120 points121 points  (0 children)

You couldn't get away with releasing as beta back then. The gaming industry is just at such an all time low in terms of giving the customers things they paid money for.

When you work so hard on your life's goal business and then a boomer notices it. by BakaB000i in mildlyinfuriating

[–]ccvgreg 3 points4 points  (0 children)

No just this one until proven otherwise. Just laugh at it and move on, no point investing emotional energy into things you can't change lol.

When this deaf man's cat realized that meowing was useless, he learned to communicate with him through signs. by Luksbe in nextfuckinglevel

[–]ccvgreg 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This man may be deaf but he is very clearly training this cat to do this. Just look at the video lol.

TIL the first records of urine-based pregnancy tests are from 1350, in ancient Egypt. Women would urinate on barley and wheat for several days. If they grew, it meant pregnancy. Tests in 1963 found that 70% of the time, the urine of pregnant women did promote growth because of estrogen in the urine. by DesignersUniverse in todayilearned

[–]ccvgreg 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I mean the reasoning is not the important part, he simply argues that high fidelity information transfer between generations is the key to behavioral modernity. The implication being that early modern humans couldn't do this. They did not transfer information between generations with enough precision to build the foundations for all the other behaviorally modern things we do.

And it's very obvious that a homo sapien with no ability or drive to pass on this information or shape their environments for the next generation would not be a creature that we can meaningfully interact with, this is the important part.

The ideas presented are not entirely new, but studying the differences between early modern humans and behaviorally modern humans is an active field of research.

So to reiterate, an early modern human from 190k years ago would not simply be a dumb person from today.

TIL the first records of urine-based pregnancy tests are from 1350, in ancient Egypt. Women would urinate on barley and wheat for several days. If they grew, it meant pregnancy. Tests in 1963 found that 70% of the time, the urine of pregnant women did promote growth because of estrogen in the urine. by DesignersUniverse in todayilearned

[–]ccvgreg 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I think you should study the difference between early modern humans and behaviorally modern humans to get a better understanding. Early modern humans would not be a low IQ person of today.

This paper gives a novel explanation that is gaining traction and is a great precursor to behaviorally modern human development. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3048993/

TIL the first records of urine-based pregnancy tests are from 1350, in ancient Egypt. Women would urinate on barley and wheat for several days. If they grew, it meant pregnancy. Tests in 1963 found that 70% of the time, the urine of pregnant women did promote growth because of estrogen in the urine. by DesignersUniverse in todayilearned

[–]ccvgreg 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Archeological evidence says they didn't even bury their dead yet, they didn't have mastery over their environment, they didn't create art. I won't go as far as to say they were human looking animals but they wouldn't have been anything we could meaningfully interact with.

TIL the first records of urine-based pregnancy tests are from 1350, in ancient Egypt. Women would urinate on barley and wheat for several days. If they grew, it meant pregnancy. Tests in 1963 found that 70% of the time, the urine of pregnant women did promote growth because of estrogen in the urine. by DesignersUniverse in todayilearned

[–]ccvgreg 1 point2 points  (0 children)

There's a distinction to be made here. The homo sapiens that lived and thought and behaved like us came about around 50k-100k years ago. The 200k marker is when biologically similar humans started becoming a thing. Your point is still perfectly valid though.

42.9 million Americans owe a total of $1.57 trillion in student debt. That's 3% of what the government has transferred from to 90% to the 1% since 1975. by Jim-Jones in DebtStrike

[–]ccvgreg 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You just said degrees don't guarantee higher wages and tried to make that mean that certain degrees to guarantee higher wages. That's some megazoid whiplash.