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Panbun #1 Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:08 AM

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Eww, healthy food...

 

1. Purple Potato

 

2. Celery

 

3. Carrot

 

4. Mango

 

5. Pineapple

 

6. Tomato

 

7. Lettuce

 

8. Jackfruit

 

9. Lychee

 

10. Dragon Fruit

 

11. Bok Choy

 

12. Rockmelon

 

13. Watermelon

 

14. Cauliflower

 

15. Bitter Melon

 

16. Zucchini

 

17. Cucumber

 

18. Plum

 

19. Boysenberry

 

20. Bacon

 

Discuss.



BorisBaddenov #2 Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:12 AM

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20 is best vegetable

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lookedsquirrel7 #4 Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:15 AM

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Lychee isn't healthy it's sugar content is so high it can cause Blood Sugar spikes and should be avoided by Diabetics.

 

A single Pod of Lychee fruit is very small but contains 29 grams of sugar which is 116 calories.


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Yami_taku #6 Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:16 AM

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This is the pinnacle of human evolution. We have become to discuss the nature of our origins; the plant. But in order to define what a plant is, we must define what our origins are. Scientists believe that “humanity” got its start in Eastern Africa, when the first bipedal primates emerged a few million years ago. The genus Australopithecus was the first on the scene – they walked on two legs, but seemed to have had a mental acuity equal to or only slightly greater than other apes, based on the size of their brains and the lack of evidence of tool-making found around their remains.

 

2.5 million years ago, however, the genus [edited]]split from the Australopithecines, marking the beginning of the Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age). Humanity’s first representatives – [edited]]habilis – had larger brains and figured out how to make stone tools & scavenge meat, leading them down the road to dominance over the Australopithecines, who eventually went extinct.

 

[edited]]erectus, the descendants of [edited]]habilis, emerged around 1 million years ago, and likely began to hunt, cooperate, develop spiritual beliefs, and master fire. This allowed them to spread throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe, evolving into a number of different species, including Neanderthals in Europe.

 

Approximately 200,000 years ago, modern [edited]sapiens first appeared in Southern Africa. They had a superior intellect (and some believe over-developed aggression) never before seen within humanity, and used their advantages over others from the genus [edited]and over the natural world, to rapidly spread across the entire globe, overtaking all other members of the genus and emerging (probably) within the last 20,000 years or so as the only species of humanity in the world.

 

[edited]]sapiens, like their nearest ancestors, continued to live as hunter-gatherers and were primarily nomadic, moving from place to place in order to find food. Because it was easiest to travel as small, mobile family units (and because hunting and gathering offered little time to practice medicine), populations remained very low across the world – it is estimated that there were no more than 10 million people (less than the current population of Pennsylvania) across the entire world at the dawn of agriculture.

 

This dawn of agriculture is the beginning of our civilizations. Around 12,000 years ago, the Neolithic (New Stone Age) Era began as people began to take control of nature through the domestication and selective breeding of plants and animals, thus becoming the first farmers. Farmers had to settle down for the first time – crops needed to be tended, animals cared for, and valuable land defended. This began a long, slow decline of both hunter-gatherer and nomadic populations, which today exist in only a few places in the world.

 

Starting in approximately 3500 BCE, groups of people along some rivers (the Tigris & Euphrates, Nile, Yellow &Yangtze, and Indus, to name a few) became exceptionally successful farmers, growing a surplus of grains and other foods, which allowed their populations to swell. They established the first villages, which eventually gave way to cities and then organized civilizations.

 

The building blocks of our modern lives emerged during this period – this included the first central governments, standardized laws, writing systems, organized religions (including Judaism and Hinduism), & the use of currency.

 

Now that we have defined what our origins are, we can now discuss the significance of these fruits and vegetables are.

First, we begin with the purple potato. Also the color of amethyst, a crystal which symbolizes wealth, purple shows royalty, nobility, and wisdom of a person. For this reason, Roman magistrates wore purple commonly. Similarly, the color was associated with aristocracy and the Emperor. It was mentioned in the Old Testament; In the Book of Exodus, God instructs Moses to have the Israelites bring him an offering including cloth "of blue, and purple, and scarlet.", to be used in the curtains of the Tabernacle and the garments of priests. On the other hand, a potato is the symbol used in modern internet culture as one with the lack of knowledge or intelligence. The potato and the purple color therefore is a symbol for which one has attained wisdom through their class while being ignorant to other parts of society. This paradox was most commonly seen during the Nazism era Germany during the 1930's and early 1940's. Great engineers such as Ferdinand Porsche were being used to add oil to the flame of World War II. As stated in Engineering and War: Militarism, Ethics, Institutions, Alternatives, "[engineers] must endure the lasting waves of war in which they have bloodied their hands into. War, which calls for numerous minds in order to gain the slightest advantage in, has long been used as an excuse for ignorance of the global scale in which they affect all.] In conclusion, the purple potato's paradox is still seen in today's society, and we must align with Wargaming to seek help from this cruel world.


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Yami_taku #9 Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:33 AM

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Now that we have defined what our origins are, we can now discuss the significance of these fruits and vegetables are.

First, we begin with the purple potato. Also the color of amethyst, a crystal which symbolizes wealth, purple shows royalty, nobility, and wisdom of a person. For this reason, Roman magistrates wore purple commonly. Similarly, the color was associated with aristocracy and the Emperor. It was mentioned in the Old Testament; In the Book of Exodus, God instructs Moses to have the Israelites bring him an offering including cloth "of blue, and purple, and scarlet.", to be used in the curtains of the Tabernacle and the garments of priests. On the other hand, a potato is the symbol used in modern internet culture as one with the lack of knowledge or intelligence. The potato and the purple color therefore is a symbol for which one has attained wisdom through their class while being ignorant to other parts of society. This paradox was most commonly seen during the Nazism era Germany during the 1930's and early 1940's. Great engineers such as Ferdinand Porsche were being used to add oil to the flame of World War II. As stated in Engineering and War: Militarism, Ethics, Institutions, Alternatives, "[engineers] must endure the lasting waves of war in which they have bloodied their hands into. War, which calls for numerous minds in order to gain the slightest advantage in, has long been used as an excuse for ignorance of the global scale in which they affect all.] In conclusion, the purple potato's paradox is still seen in today's society, and we must align with Wargaming to seek help from this cruel world.



Yami_taku #10 Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:35 AM

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I don't know what I was doing with this over-analyzing. Procrastinating for a test at its finest.


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View PostYami_taku, on 20 March 2017 - 07:35 PM, said:

I don't know what I was doing with this over-analyzing. Procrastinating for a test at its finest.

 

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Name the only fruit with its seeds on the outside. Win a free patton. Jk..

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View PostRawmusse, on 21 March 2017 - 11:32 AM, said:

What can I do with this information?

You can make yourself a fruit or vegetable salad. Or you can fry yourself some bacon.

 

View PostSchnauzerKampfwagenIV, on 21 March 2017 - 12:06 PM, said:

Name the only fruit with its seeds on the outside. Win a free patton. Jk..

Not a strawberry.



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View PostRawmusse, on 20 March 2017 - 08:32 PM, said:

What can I do with this information?

Cheat on a term paper?


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Those all aren't so bad, jack fruit is the worst though.

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How were you able to hold back while finding pictures of #4?

 


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Panbun #19 Posted 21 March 2017 - 04:12 AM

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View PostBeGentleWithMeNeechan, on 21 March 2017 - 01:51 PM, said:

How were you able to hold back while finding pictures of #4?

Discipline.



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View PostPanbun, on 20 March 2017 - 09:12 PM, said:

Discipline.

You must be a monk


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