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  1. Sophisticated culture (incl. music) is taxing on...

    Sophisticated culture (incl. music) is taxing on mind and body. First and foremost it demands discipline and intelligence.
    It is understandable, and most likely necessary, to take a break from it....
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    Vaccines are a good thing, but not so much for 2...

    Vaccines are a good thing, but not so much for 2 month old infants. Furthermore, the count of recommended vaccines has risen from 3 to 8 for infants [in Germany].
    As a short reminder: the...
  3. It is more that just a problem of industrial...

    It is more that just a problem of industrial profit orientation -- the main reason is still structural inability of science to actually deliver results about Vitamin requirements.
    This is mostly due...
  4. I agree, even more so, from German to Englishman,...

    I agree, even more so, from German to Englishman, oil and gas are dependencies from other societies. It is never wrong to gain energy autonomy, thus solar- and wind power etc. are certainly support...
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    Important! Poll! Yes, but humans are omnivores. So what is your...

    Yes, but humans are omnivores. So what is your point?


    Yes, but sharks do not cook or fillet their prey. So what is your point?


    Mere speculation. There are no definitive findings regarding...
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    Poll! I agree, however more often than not, the deed is...

    I agree, however more often than not, the deed is already done then. Statistically, most Black-White bastards have a single mom in Germany/Europe.
  7. 'sz' is for ß I guess you refer to the rather...

    'sz' is for ß
    I guess you refer to the rather recent reformation of German spelling, where indeed ß often was transformed into 'ss'. However, the sound of ß is 'sz'.
  8. More like relative extremes. A few decades ago...

    More like relative extremes. A few decades ago Italians and Spaniards where the "Ausländer" in Germany, i.e. unwanted immigrants. However, compared to the immigrants of Africa and Asia (incl....
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    I follow the 11th Commandment vehemently: You...

    I follow the 11th Commandment vehemently: You shall not get caught!
  10. Exactly, and it doesn't even matter, it is a...

    Exactly, and it doesn't even matter, it is a piece of paper. Its value and power rely on men enforcing its scribbles. The US (or any other nation's) constitution is in no way any different. Aptranger...
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    Poll! The map speaks about light hair, not blonde....

    The map speaks about light hair, not blonde. Light hair includes the lighter shades of brown.
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    Poll! I agree, religion is not the driving force. It...

    I agree, religion is not the driving force.
    It is usually their whole culture and biology. First, tribal societies are by definition self-regulated with violence: feuds, vengeance, etc.
    Second,...
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    Poll! 1. How would some bacteria cells be immune and...

    1. How would some bacteria cells be immune and the others are not? Do you know how bacteria replicate? They are single cell organisms! A bacteria makes a copy of itself, then how can a certain cell...
  14. Yet, it's not article 1 - 20, but article 1 and...

    Yet, it's not article 1 - 20, but article 1 and 20. So two articles cannot be changed. But maybe article 79 can be changed and thus article 1 and 20? :D
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    Poll! That mutations are always bad seems to be a...

    That mutations are always bad seems to be a classical ID "argument", however, we can observer the opposite quite well in bacteria and their resistance to antibiotics.
    The most common birth defect in...
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    Poll! Furthermore: most of us want to stay alive quite...

    Furthermore: most of us want to stay alive quite badly. Since many religions promise advancement/relief/virgins/etc. in the afterlife, life is a theological problem and the obvious answer is suicide....
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    Important! Poll! And what about Brunnette & blue eyes, and Blonde...

    And what about Brunnette & blue eyes, and Blonde & brown/hazel eyes?
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    So you are saying the moderators are at fault...

    So you are saying the moderators are at fault here, that's not a problem of NS. And I disagree with your claims :)


    Yes, I agree. However, the topics sound like white nationalist ones.


    A...
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    Poll! No, we do, but because of evolution. That is...

    No, we do, but because of evolution. That is because:


    Men are evolution-made.


    Nature as in men as well.

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    Additionally, "natural selection" (Darwinism) is the theory part of...
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    Poll! So our period in Europe might be over by God's...

    So our period in Europe might be over by God's Will? :-O


    As I said: heresy!


    What about Celtic, Slavic and Romanic influences? How do you even know what was originally Germanic to separate...
  21. Disgusting! Of course it should be the man who...

    Disgusting! Of course it should be the man who decides abortion based on eye color!
    This is actually a scientific hypothesis why there even is blue eye color. Men could at least partly prove their...
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    Same ol' same ol': one Christian sect trying to...

    Same ol' same ol': one Christian sect trying to preach that all other Christian sects are wrong.
    It would be more interesting to actually research how/why Christianity declined in Europe (and I...
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    Poll! Culture can be defined as what we learn, as...

    Culture can be defined as what we learn, as opposed to nature which is what we know by birth. In this regard, it would be very sad if we didn't change over time.
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    I do not follow why the existence of God is a...

    I do not follow why the existence of God is a prerequisite for our ethical constitution.

    I haven't read Kant (fully), so you need to elaborate.
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    Poll! Evolution does not include abiogenesis. We can...

    Evolution does not include abiogenesis. We can observe mutation and thus life forms different from their origin. The abiogensis is officially a hypothesis.


    Well, this is an idea. If you have a...
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