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04.20.2012 | 1:25 PM ET

Noticed there was a funny pics thread, a funny GIF thread but no funny videos thread.

Plus it's an excuse to show everyone this video, enjoy!




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04.25.2020 | 9:54 PM ET



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04.25.2020 | 11:11 PM ET

Wow! This ******* Bird is way smarter then me.

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04.26.2020 | 12:04 AM ET



"A forest is not a field of trees."

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04.28.2020 | 10:24 PM ET



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04.29.2020 | 3:32 PM ET

"A forest is not a field of trees."

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04.30.2020 | 12:26 AM ET



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04.30.2020 | 2:25 PM ET

Nice one New York....



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freemoneyforall
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05.01.2020 | 11:04 PM ET

Weed drink recipe.

Decarboxylate your weed in an oven preheated to 250° Fahrenheit for 20-30 minutes. 

Next combine water a teaspoon of butter and 1gram of decarboxylated weed or 2grams if u wanna get really ****** up.

Bring to a boil and then simmer for ten minutes.

Pour through a paper towel and don't forget to twist and squeeze out all the oil from the paper towel.

Add coffee tea sugar what ever u like. Takes about two hours to kick in and the high lasts about eight hours. 

Enjoy!

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05.02.2020 | 4:29 PM ET

Instead of a paper towel just use some cheese cloth 

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freemoneyforall
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05.03.2020 | 2:33 PM ET

Cheese cloth!!!!! *** u think I'm rich? Haha just kidding

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ImperatorFishrat
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05.03.2020 | 4:43 PM ET

back in the day we used to use pantyhose as a filter. The stocking things.

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05.03.2020 | 4:57 PM ET



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05.04.2020 | 11:15 PM ET

That works for a lot of food too @free I used to cook all the time with weed butter

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ImperatorFishrat
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05.05.2020 | 1:34 AM ET

@Free I actually do somewhat agree with Mac there; people do take the word of scientists on face value far too often without analyzing their methodologies and data. It can get a bit culty, especially in the soft sciences like sociology and psychology.

However, we know evolution is true because we can actually test it and make predictions of outcome based on the equation of evolution by natural (or artificial) selection.

Edit: Aristotle believed eels were created from mud somehow. I only really go in for Socrates from the classic philosophers, because his whole schtick was pointing out how everybody's theories were ******** yet offered none of his own. One of the greatest trolls of all time.

* Edited at 05.05.2020, 3:23 AM ET *

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05.05.2020 | 1:10 PM ET

@fish evolution has never been proven bro that's a fact. 

The missing link that supposedly links us to apes has never been found which is very strange.

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freemoneyforall
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05.05.2020 | 1:13 PM ET

Theory fish evolution is a theory. 

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05.05.2020 | 2:08 PM ET

My ancestors obviously were sharks so I dunno nothin about that evolution in theo 

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05.05.2020 | 6:10 PM ET

lol Free we actually do have excellent fossil records which show the evolution of the human species. When people talk about the 'missing link', what they mean is that the fossil record is not 100% complete. But it's a bit  like this:

Imagine you have a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle which when completed is a picture of the Mona Lisa. You have 495 pieces of the puzzle, and all the 5 missing pieces mean is that a portion of her left cheek will never be completed. Now, at that point you wouldn't be saying 'Well, it might not be the Mona Lisa after all... maybe it's a tea kettle'.

It actually takes very specific conditions for fossils to be created, and you wouldn't expect there to be a perfect fossil record of everything.

Ultimately, everything is a theory. Even gravity. There is actually more evidence for the theory of evolution than there is in existence for the theory of gravity.

Evolution is hard to grasp because our brains find it extremely difficult to grasp change over time--even short periods of time. We live on a planet which features modern animals, which are seemingly perfectly developed. Things like this butterfly:



Which are so exquisitely adapted in way of camouflage that it's nigh on impossible to believe that there can't be some intelligent design behind it.

I'll try and explain it as best I can, because people have the wrong idea about evolution and how it works. Ok, so lets say you have a species of white moths. They breed over time, creating millions of successive generations of moths. Within those generations of moths, occasionally a change occurs in the genetic makeup of an individual moth, or several of them.

Maybe this change makes them appear to have a slight green hue. This change isn't enough to secure these moths any kind of survival advantage against birds, which feed on them at all. However, they are lucky enough to breed, and this trait gets passed on to their progeny. These moths are slightly more green than their parents, and so on, and so, until finally, a certain hue of green is reached that prescribes that subset of moths a very slight camouflage advantage. These moths are then eaten slightly less than their white counterparts, because birds are slightly less likely to see and therefore eat them.

Because more of the progeny survive and pass on their genes, they start making up a larger sample of the population. And here's where the magic happens; because there is more of the green hue progeny moths around, the more likely it is that more moths will be born an increasingly darker hue of green, which gives them an increasing survival advantage in terms of camouflage, which gives them  a greater chance of passing on the green hue gene set, which in turn creates even darker and more nuanced forms of green, and on and on and on, until you end up with something like the moth or butterfly in the picture above.

Nature is selecting  a genotype for survival. There is no thought nor intelligence behind this process whatsoever. It  is 'Blind Design'; just throwing things out until something sticks. And believe it or not, it works. Amazingly well.

Now, you might think 'well why didn't the birds just eat all the moths with the green hue at the point that it didn't provide them any survival advantage at all'? The explanation is simple; those moths were still eaten quite a lot, but they kind of just lucked out. There just happened to be something in the genetic code of those moths which gave them a mutation which accrued them no survival advantage until it did. The reason we don't see those species which mutated to gain no survival advantage at all, or did but were eaten before they could have babies, is because they simply don't exist. They are gone.

And while that's happening, the birds that eat the moths are gaining adaptations in some way too which allows them to catch and eat more of the moths. It's a perpetual arms race, which leads to a kind of equilibrium that is is as beautiful as it is brutal.

We're born into a world of completed masterpieces, not artist sketches. And because we are creators who create things over short periods of time, it's difficult for us to comprehend a system is is the precise inverse of ours. The man who holds a hammer sees a world full of nails.



'We need another and a wiser and perhaps a more mystical concept of animals. Remote from universal nature and living by complicated artifice, man in civilization surveys the creature through the glass of his knowledge and sees thereby a feather magnified and the whole image in distortion. We patronize them for their incompleteness, for their tragic fate for having taken form so far below ourselves. And therein do we err. For the animal shall not be measured by man. In a world older and more complete than ours, they move finished and complete, gifted with the extension of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear. They are not brethren, they are not underlings: they are other nations, caught with ourselves in the net of life and time, fellow prisoners of the splendour and travail of the earth'--Henry Beston.



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05.05.2020 | 8:18 PM ET

@fish *** are you talking about bro? I'm that smart (understatement) but I know evolution is a theory not a fact. Can not be proven. Stop pretending. Same goes for the big bang THEORY. Its also fact that a couple sleazy science archeologist guys tried to fake the discovery of the missing link. 

P.s. the missing link is THE proof. We can pretend we came from Monkees but it's not proven. Google it fish. 

All mighty Google. Open that fish's eyes

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05.05.2020 | 10:09 PM ET



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