Home Original Content Funny Pictures Funny GIFs YouTube Funny Text Funny Movies Channels Search

hide menu
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#213 - xxxsonic fanxxx (02/09/2013) [-]
well it is true that big rich billionaires like Rockefeller are funding American medical schools to lie to their students, so when you're doctor prescribes you ritalin for having "ADD" when you're actually perfectly fine then you start becoming autistic and obese, it's probably because the doctor knows just as much as you do. There are people that have been curing cancer for over 40 years now with vitamin B-12, and guess what ? They go to prison for malpractice. you wanna know why ? Because they don't want to cure cancer, because there are more people trying to "cure" it then there are people who have it. Research funding is a huge business and they dont want doctors curing it, what a disgusting world we live in
User avatar #233 to #213 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
There is nothing in B-12 that attacks cancer cell DNA, how would it treat cancer? Go ahead explain I'm a biologist so I would like to know how a stable B-complex vitamin can somehow start attacking cancer cells. Also should be noted that while taking vitamins as a miracle will never work, a deficiency in essential vitamins and minerals can predispose you to cancer.
#232 to #213 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Yes, they are trying to cure it. Do you even know how cancer works? The DNA in your cells is damaged over time and mutates, causing some cells to grow way bigger and faster than they are supposed to. This happens to everyone. If you live long enough, EVERYONE will get cancer. If the doctors try not to fix it and take their money, the patients die and the doctors lose a possible source of income. By curing the cancer that the patient has, they are still alive and if the cancer comes back or if they get another type of cancer, they will go back to the doctor who helped them the first time. It actually is better for their "business model" if they do cure the patients. Stop talking nonsense
User avatar #236 to #232 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Damn you beat me to it.
#237 to #236 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Sorry, couldn't resist correcting that nonsense. I'm glad everyone isn't that crazy though. I am in pharmacy school, so whenever people start saying ridiculous things about the medical system, diseases, and drugs, I have to correct them
User avatar #249 to #237 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
I know right? I'm in school for environmental science and biology trying to go into toxicology for grad. I have friend who aren't science majors and man do they have weird ideas about science even though they know nothing about it (like on friend seriously asked me if a nuclear explosion in a volcano could stop the volcano from exploding yet didn't understand that a volcano is much more powerful than a nuclear blast.) Also do people not realize that cancer cells succeed in your body not because they are cancer (you get cancer cells daily but they are either too mutated to function and live, or the immune cells detect and kill it.) Yet when a person gets cancer what happens is that cancer cell is so similar to the original cells that not only can they function on their own the immune cells consider it natural and don't kill it. Sorry for the rant but you know how it is dealing with people who won't listen. Good luck in Pharmacy school that **** is intense (hence why I'm toxicology and not full on pharma.)
#255 to #249 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Thanks! I'm in a toxicology course right now actually! Did you know that bleach isn't really that dangerous if swallowed? You can pretty much chug a glass and it will just make you hurl and feel ****** for a while, no need to go to the hospital or anything. That one surprised me a bit.
User avatar #262 to #255 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Yep although because of work I'm became a pool operator (license to work pump machines and add chemicals) and muriatic acid is only 1/6 the amount of hypoclorite in liquid chlorine. Now liquid chlorine on the other hand with a pH of 12.4 is quite dangerous. But as an environmental science major there is so much **** wrong with policy that its beyond dangerous. Remember the Keystone XL pipleline they want to build straight through the midwest? Well it happens that it runs almost the entire length of the Ogallala Aquifer which means in the pipe busts (keep in mind the one they have now has already burst twice in '09 and '11 into Michigan Lakes. If the new pipeline bursts all that toxic tarsands will have chemicals leach out into the aquifer thereby poisoning the water used to grow the majority of U.S. crops. Ironically my college town has an underground river flowing right by it where we get ALL of our tap water from. Guess who decided it was a good idea to build a gas station right where the river comes close to surface meaning if that Gas station ever leaks fuel it goes straight into our drinking water. **** man so much **** wrong in the world and everyone thinks the guy who just want to help is the one lying.
#264 to #262 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Damn, that sucks. It just seems like no one actually thinks before they put those plans into motion anymore. Heck, we could probably completely eliminate the need for fossil fuels TODAY if it didn't "cost too much."
User avatar #268 to #264 - ninjasquirle (02/09/2013) [-]
Agreed, the problem with environmental science is everything thinks your a hippy nut that expects everyone to go live in the forest and wipe their ass with tree leaves (would be great for the environment but **** if I would ever do that.) Gets annoying when people just discredit science as "theory" when people don't even understand what theory means in science. Those Fox news specials where they bring on scientists always end badly because surprise surprise the news anchors at Fox are scientifically illiterate. Karl Rove even argued with statistics (not numbers, I mean the legitimacy of statistics as a math during the election and Obama started pulling ahead in Ohio.)
#283 to #268 - yaysuperduper (02/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, science is great as long as it is used with intelligence (or at least a little common sense). There are many ways to help us be environmentally friendly and more sustainable, but the companies that are making so much money off of fossil fuels and the such are just so damn greedy that they are fighting tooth and nail to try to squeeze every possible dollar out of the planet.
 Friends (0)