Baby Eating! – WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT! – PLEASE TAKE NOTE!

 

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http://www.vice.com/video/issei-sagawa-part-1

DeadWAWIn China Shocking Footage

http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Baby_farming
Mankind has been eating babies since before the dawn of civilization. The trading of infants as a food also dates back to before written records; however, it is generally believed that primitive man did not intentionally produce babies to eat, outside of a few isolated incidents.
Baby 20burger

A baby-burger for the fans of junk food.
The first records of actual baby farming appear in China in the 2rd century B.C.E. The baby farms are described as a relatively new concept, created in order to satisfy the demand for human flesh among the upper classes of Chinese society. Historically, Asiatic people have tended to eat more human flesh than other races. Older sources claim that Asians are biologically pre-desposed to cannibalism; however, most modern researchers have suggested the difference is mostly cultural.
Asian Baby Farming

You can also buy a baby marmelade, spread the marmelade on the bread and then enjoy eating it with the company of your friends
Baby farming quickly became common across all of China, particularly in the north-western areas, and remained so into the 20th century. In some periods, it is estimated that up to half of the babies born in China were consumed in some fashion.

 

Jonathan Swift is generally regarded as the inventor of baby farming in the West. For centuries, babies have been eaten in Europe, chiefly by Witches. However, like most baby eating, these acts should be classified as baby harvesting, if not baby stealing.
In his now famous Essay “A Modest Proposal: For Preventing the Children of Poor People in Ireland from Being a Burden to Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Publick”, written in 1729, Swift merely suggested baby harvesting to rid Ireland of its overpopulation, not setting up baby farms. Initially, many people were shocked by the suggestion of Swift, but his arguments in favor of baby eating won the day, and in 1733, the eating of Irish catholic infants under 1 year of age was legalized by Parliament.
For several years, baby eating remained a taboo activity; known baby eaters would often be shunned by polite society. In 1737, Swift wrote a letter to the then Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole informing him of the sad state of affairs. Walpole was apparently moved by the letter, and convinced King George II to serve Irish baby at the Royal Christmas dinner that year. Within months, the Great English Baby-Eating Craze, as it would later be called, was in full swing. For the next 95 years, tens of thousands of Irish babies were devoured by the English Gentry every year, holding down the cost of land rental in Ireland and preventing widespread famine in that impoverished land.

 

In 1740, the first of many baby plantations was founded near Dublin with Jonathan Swift as the director. Despite the economic success of these baby farms, they only produced about 15% of the total infants consumed in Britain. The remaining 85% were mostly harvested unwanted infants, although a few Irish women did independently produce infants commercially. Baby farming remained restricted the Irish Catholics – selling a baby for the purpose of human consumption which was not both Catholic and Irish was punishable by death. Despite this restriction, some baby farming was introduced into Canada and South Africa.

 

Today, baby farming is limited to South-East Asia and North Korea. It was practiced in most of eastern Asia until the 20th century, but was either outlawed or rendered economically unfeasible by rising labor costs [no pun intended] and reduced demand for human flesh.

 

Gourmet babies are specially bred and raised infants, produced mainly in Laos, but formerly mostly in China.

Gourmet babies are often confused with celebrity babies, as both are far more expensive than regular babies. A celebrity baby is defined as the infant of a famous person sold for human consumption, whereas a gourmet baby is a specially bred infants who parents are, in all likelihood, not well known.

 

Gourmet babies are always raised on licensed baby plantations, while a celebrity baby is almost never grown on a baby farm. Despite the setback to this industry by the outlawing of baby farming in China, the gourmet baby industry has grown rapidly in recent years, while the baby farming industry as a whole has significantly contracted.

http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Baby_farming

Bizarre Sea Scorpion

Hey! What’s that in your pond? I wouldn’t go in there if I were you. Whatever that thing is, it’s big and scary looking.

Puzzling sea creature caught in pond. I first discovered this strange scorpion looking monster a few weeks ago when it was brought to my attention through FB.

7 Scariest Insects On Earth

Are you bothered by the look of insects? They do have that alien look about them don’t they? When they invade your home, you get to see them better, and some of them do look scary. Most insects are harmless, even though they don’t look harmless, with big pincers, and what looks like giant stingers on their tail ends.

7 Scariest Insects On Earth

There are a lot of insects on this planet, here are the most scary ones.
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This Lady Is Cooking Food Naked On YouTube!

http://digg.com/video/this-lady-is-cooking-food-naked-on-youtube-because-doritos-told-her-to

This Lady Is Cooking Food Naked On YouTube, And Doritos Is Paying Her To Do It

Internet Food Lust

Chef Jenn is a 24-year-old Argentinian woman who’s racking up subscribers by cooking topless (with strategically-placed foods) on YouTube. Which would be weird in and of itself. It’s weirder that her channel appears to be sponsored by Doritos.

You’ve heard of “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen,” right? It has never rung truer than when you’re watching “A Fuego Maximo”—translation: “Maximum Fire” (You’ll understand why momentarily)—one Argentinian woman’s topless cooking channel on YouTube, which has already garnered over half a million views since its March 10th inception.

Epic fails extreme funny # 2015

I have to thank a friend of mine for the funny videos I have for you today. Thank you +U are My Frend for supplying me with the following humor.

 
What is an epic fail? That is the fail, everyone sees. When you do something STUPID, and on camera, my least favored friend MURPHY rears his ugly head. The EPIC FAILS on these videos, proves showing off only leads to certain disaster.

The dumbassery in these following videos are delightful, only because we weren’t stupid enough to try these things ourselves. Please do not take notes, as there will be no test. Not doing these things is the test.

Top Fails Compilation (Stupid,Funny n Painful)

The Rise of YouTube Plagiarism Bots

This is almost Plagiarism, as I didn’t change any part of it.  I know at some point I will get in trouble over some of my posts.  I found what I was looking for.   Everything on my site is under a Creative Commons license that allows reuse with attribution.

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So I used part of this post to help inform you all.  Again, I wrote none of the post you’re about to read, and you must follow the link to finish it.

The Rise of YouTube Plagiarism Bots

By Jonathan Bailey on Mar 17, 2015 03:47 pm

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For almost as long as there’s been a YouTube, there’s been spam on it.

Traditionally this spam has taken the format of garbage accounts uploading misleading videos, often with fake thumbnails, for the purpose of promoting products, services or some cause.

But while that type of spam still certainly exists on YouTube, it’s now being joined by a new kind of spam, automated videos that plagiarize content from blogs, news sites and other text sources.

For the spammer, this is a very easy way to flood YouTube with a large number of low-quality topical videos. The result for content creators, especially those who produce text or image content, is that your hard work is being used to fuel spam videoblogs and those spammers will have an upper hand in search results because of the way Google shows preference to YouTube in its algorithm.

This raises two difficult questions: What can YouTube do to battle this problem? And what can creators do to protect their work?

Understanding YouTube’s Plagiarism Bots

I would like to thank Jonathan Bailey for allowing me to use some of his material for the preceding post.  You can find more information at his site plagiarismtoday.com/stopping-inter…

 

Virtual mouse could make animal experiments a thing of the past

Virtual mouse could make animal experiments a thing of the past
Megan Treacy (@mtreacy)
Technology / Clean Technology
March 16, 2015

http://www.treehugger.com/clean-technology/virtual-mouse-could-make-animal-experiments-thing-past.html

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Virtual mouse

Medical testing on lab mice is one of those issues that is far from black and white. On the one hand, we’ve gained many medical advances from the practice that have significantly improved our lives, but on the other, innocent creatures are subject to a wide range of experiments that can be cruel and painful.

Luckily, the researchers at the Human Brain Project are working on a way to let us get the results of those experiments without having to harm a living being.They are building a virtual mouse that will be an exact computer model of the real thing so that future medical research can be modeled as accurately as if it were done on an actual mouse.

Right now, the team has been able to map 200,000 neurons in the mouse brain to the corresponding points in the body that would stimulate them. For example, touching the virtual mouse’s whiskers activates the corresponding parts of the mouse sensory cortex.

The mouse brain has 75 million neurons, so there’s still work to be done, but the researchers are gathering data quickly and the first version of the software will be released to collaborators in April.

The scientists are collecting their data points from biological data collected by the Allen Brain Institute in Seattle and the Biomedical Informatics Research Network in San Diego. They are integrating various types of data into this one model to make it richly layered. They expect that as they work, advances in technology will make the model more and more realistic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldXEuUVkDuw&feature=youtu.be

When the model is further along, the software will be available to scientists worldwide.
A Simulated Mouse Brain in a Virtual Mouse Body

Cinderella (1899) Impossible Voyage, A Trip to the Moon & Titanic – 1912 Original Video Footage

How about some entertainment?  Are you ready to sit back and just not think for a little while?  I won’t be there for a while, so go ahead and take off your boots, grab something refreshing and just hang out and chill.  There’s a beer in the icebox, cookies in the cookie jar, and a cozy blanket to curl up with, right there on the sofa.

 

Did you know, when you get to the end of these videos, there are choices for more?  You can literally watch hours of video, and a lot of them are vintage.  There is a whole section on Edison Trains, old steam engines, and footage, including a train wreck with two trains at the Cal. Expo.  

 

So really take a hard look and you might find something you like.  There are even ADULT CARTOONS and Vintage ones too.

 

Cinderella (1899) – 1st Dissolve Transition – GEORGES MELIES – Cendrillon

 

George Melies- Impossible Voyage

A Trip to the Moon (HQ 720p Full) – Viaje a la Luna – Le Voyage dans la lune – Georges Méliès 1902

http://www.titanicfacts.net/

Titanic – 1912 Original Video Footage

At 11.40pm on the night of 14 April 1912, en route to New York and on her maiden voyage, the RMS Titanic struck the iceberg that would ultimately lead to her sinking less than 3 hours later. At around 2.20am on the morning of 15 April, RMS Titanic disappeared beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, a disaster that resulted in the loss of more than 1,500 lives, almost two-thirds of the people on board. In this centenary year, this website is dedicated to their memory.

The planet Earth – falling asteroid

I am still awaiting permission for the next post I was going to put up, so please bear with me and just relax for a bit… I will be controversial tomorrow.

I really enjoyed those videos, so I’m going to keep going. This time though, I am just going to show meteorites and asteroids, and the calamity that happens when they hit planets. No meteorites were injured or poorly treated in the making of this presentation. You might like to get some popcorn, and a favored beverage, and just take the rest of the day off.

While you are kicking back, consider drawing up a final will, in case one of these remnants of times gone by, does actually strike here. You may have to put your final draft in a secure place. That place should also be able to withstand the probability of destruction, by these “alien rocks”. I really can’t tell you where to put it, but I’m sure you could tell me!

The planet Earth – falling asteroid. Composer Surov D.(epic dramatic music orchestra)

Great graphics and fine music, right? This next one is a re-hash of the last with narration instead of the music. I don’t believe these were quite up to par though. When an astronomical object falls to earth, it would vaporize much of the atmosphere in passing, and the shock waves would create tidal waves, and Earthquakes, that would be felt long before the asteroid hit. The heat would fry everything near its path as well.

Here’s What Happened When a 23-Mile-Wide Asteroid Hit Earth

This video isn’t nearly as impressive as the others, but it was real, and actually captured on camera.
Massive Bright Explosion on the Moon, Can be seen from Earth

Miracle Planet – Asteroid Impact Simulation

Anyway….I hope you’ve enjoyed the end of everything we hold so dearly.

It looks like I’ve hit a technical issue with part of this post. The server got scared when it saw these, and we may never resolve these issues. If not, then I am sorry.