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|#67 - Fire/Water Why? Because logic is for the weak. [+] (1 new reply)||01/11/2013 on No More Fire/Fighting||+2|
|#30 - You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you?||01/11/2013 on Because fuck you||+2|
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|#156 - Well I'm from Canada, specifically Alberta (basically the Cana…||01/11/2013 on Scientists||0|
|#121 - I think some teachers would agree a certain amount of Biblical… [+] (4 new replies)||01/11/2013 on Scientists||+7|
#139 - goodadventures (01/11/2013) [-]
True, but it could easily be taught during History and English Literature classes rather than having a whole lesson of it's own.
Where I'm from we have a few mandatory subjects which includes, English, Math, Science and Religious Studies, it's easy to see which one of these doesn't belong.
Religion holds too much authority in our schools, non-believers don't insist they teach science in church so I don't think the vice versa should be the accepted norm.
#156 - bokkos (01/11/2013) [-]
Well I'm from Canada, specifically Alberta (basically the Canadian equivalent of North Carolina) and everything is quite secular. We have Catholic School boards and all that jazz, but even those institutions allow you to opt out of prayer, Church field trips etc. Science and education takes priority over Religion, even in the Canadian bible belt.
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|#67 - In regards to domestic animals, mortality rate denotes non-nat…||01/10/2013 on Mary Fucking Poppins||0|
|#50 - The thing with dogs is that we domesticated them while we as a…||01/10/2013 on Mary Fucking Poppins||+1|
|#38 - Waffies; Run [+] (1 new reply)||01/10/2013 on Mary Fucking Poppins||+4|
|#36 - Guess what: The slow loris is not a domestic animal. They have… [+] (7 new replies)||01/10/2013 on Mary Fucking Poppins||0|
#62 - ichbinlecher (01/10/2013) [-]
Not to nitpick - but I am pretty sure that the mortality rate is equal in domestic and in the wild: 100%. Everything dies. What you actually want is how quickly it dies, average age of death, and cause of death in those situations in order to prove abuse.
That all said: the real problem is that it is poached. That makes it illegal to have. That is the end of this argument really, unless the grounds for legal hunting and capture is to be questioned, in which case figure that out before going at each other's throats over if you want to own the cute thing.
#43 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
lol first sentence you said made it seem like an animal actually starts domesticated. and aggression can be bread out of a species, that's been proven by scientists over in Siberia that managed to breed foxes over there, 1 group that became docile and very non-aggressive, and the other that was bread to be very aggressive. interesting side note, their fur ended up changing colors based on their testosterone levels and ultimately their aggression levels. though i do say, if you want a pet, avoid one that can be Poison, or die in captivity.
#42 - laxitup (01/10/2013) [-]
Do you think dogs just randomly started off in the wild as our pets? No we domesticated them. There are many dogs that have "aggression issues." I can guarantee you that dogs have had their teeth removed before. About the poison, touche. But I can also guarantee that when dogs were first being domesticated many of them died
#50 - bokkos (01/10/2013) [-]
The thing with dogs is that we domesticated them while we as a species were still wild. There was no such thing as captivity, we were all on the same boat. We lived in a more symbiotic relationship with wolves; We benefited from them and they benefited from us. Not to mention the natural pack tendency of wolves makes them ideal for domestication, like certain ungulates (e.g. cows) with herding habits. Many small primates are fiercely territorial on the individual level, making them very unsuitable for companionship.
I'm not saying they're not cute, and if they were domesticated I'd definitely want one, but as it stands they are better off wild.
#44 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
interestingly enough, bones from ancient man suggests that canine's weren't the first animal to have been domesticated by humans. instead it was the fox, prized for its hunting capabilities, though i have no idea where the article i read on it has gone.
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#256 - bokkos (01/10/2013) [-]
But everyone would be fine... Nukes would go off, the Aussies would come out and just keep on going in their normal, every day society. We are talking about people who give so little of a shit, they share a country with snakes that can outrun you, then murder you horribly.
|#99 - Well the modern orange, much like most of the fruit we eat, wa… [+] (2 new replies)||01/10/2013 on Damn nature.||-2|
#110 - ninjasquirle (01/10/2013) [-]
No it actually wasn't, Separation of multiple containers is very common in fruits. Think of a blackberry which are basically are bunch of tiny seed containers connected together. Tomatoes are also perfect examples of berries in that there are three distinct areas Ectoderm, Mesoderm, and Endoderm. Compartmentalization is practically a basic necessity for plant life even in the way their cells are aligned in plants to create its vascular system and some plants don't even has vascular systems but work entirely autonomous parts like macro algae. Even more amazing is spongers, you can take a sponge throw it through a blender and then dump the liquid into a nutrient tank the sponge will withing a week of so completely reforms into a new sponge without any major cellular death. Basically just because you don't understand where something in nature comes from doesn't mean man made it because biology is more awesome than you realize.
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