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30376  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / :) GOOD STUFF-My Video Capture approaching the # 1 Spot on YOUTUBE. on: May 16, 2007, 08:05:03 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkAPaEMwyKU

Enjoy! Smiley
30377  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / STALLONE Pleads GUILTY! on: May 15, 2007, 12:16:24 AM
Sly Cops to Hording Hormones Down Under
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Here's hoping Sylvester Stallone's next trip to Australia isn't so rocky. 

Hoping to put his unintentional smuggling days behind him, Stallone pleaded guilty Tuesday to bringing 48 vials of illegal human growth hormone into Australia in February while on a promotional tour for Rocky Balboa.

The famously muscled actor, who was not required to appear in Downing Centre Local Court in Sydney, copped to two counts of importing and possessing a prohibited substance after, upon his arrival Feb. 16 at Sydney International Airport, he checked off the "no" box on his customs form when asked whether he had traveled with "medicines, steroids, firearms or any kind of illicit drugs."

A search of Stallone's luggage, however, turned up Jintropin, a non-FDA-approved substance whose main ingredient is the synthetic growth hormone somatropin, which is considered a performance-enhancing drug in Australia and is illegal to possess without a permit from the drug-regulating Therapeutic Goods Administration. Human growth hormone, or HGH, is thought by some to have anti-aging properties because it promotes muscle regeneration.

"It was just a minor misunderstanding," Stallone told reporters at the time, calling the contraband "not dangerous" and something that he's "taken for years." The customs officers "were just doing their jobs. I just didn't understand some of the rules here."

The maximum penalty for such an offense is five years in prison and a $91,500 fine, but Stallone can only be slapped with an $18,000 fine for each count because the case is being handled in a local, not federal, court.

While Sly copped to transporting and possessing HGH, however, he contested the prosecution's charge that he hid four bottles of testosterone in his luggage and then, after experiencing a "consciousness of guilt," tossed them off the balcony before officials searched his suite at the waterfront Park Hyatt Sydney.

According to prosecutor David Agius, Stallone said that the testosterone had been in plain view his bag and simply wasn't seized by customs, but "customs says that the four bottles of testosterone were not in that bag and not observed on that night in the search of the bag."

"He threw the four vials from his hotel window into the garden beds below when he knew customs officers" were coming the following day," Agius said, per the Sydney Morning Herald. "If he believed customs had authorized his continuing possession of testosterone, what reason would he have for throwing that material out of that window?"

The serial sequel-maker's hotel room was searched three days after his arrival in the country and he was allowed to decamp from Down Under without delay.

Stallone is expected to be sentenced next Monday. His attorney, Phillip Boulten, argued in court that his client should not be treated like a criminal.

"The defendant, Sylvester Stallone, is extremely mortified about having been involved in this incident," Boulten said, adding that the 60-year-old Rocky star and scribe was using both Jintropin and testosterone under medical supervision.

"This is not some back-alley body builder dealing covertly with some banned substance in some sort of secret way," he said. "This was a legitimate medical condition being treated by doctors of the top ranking order in the West Coast of the United States."

After all, only the top doctors can be relied upon to treat that pesky condition known as aging.

30378  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: SOMETHING everyone should Know or look into. on: May 14, 2007, 09:45:03 PM
How to make your own hooves
The procedure outline below is for single-toed hooves: ie, horses, donkeys, and zebras. With some thought however, there is no reason why the same technique cannot be adapted for bifurcated hooves, so all you wouldbe unicorns, deer, goats, sheep, and cattle - don't despair:)

There are six stages:

Design
Tools & Materials
The Armature
The Underlayer
The Outer Surface
Cosmetics


If you have any problems, queries, or suggestions, please feel welcome to email me.


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Step 1: Design
The first thing you need is a good idea of what you're out to emulate. You'll either need some good reference pictures, preferably from a veterinary text book or something similar, or you need to go out and look at the real thing. If you've chosen to model an equine hoof, this is no problem at all: pop along to the your local riding stables and ask to look at a horse's hoof.

If you're not used to horses, make sure someone knowledgeable is there to help. Most horses are used to having their feet handled but there is a right and a wrong way to go about it. If the idea of marching into a riding school and saying, "I'm making myself some hooves and I'd like to look at the real thing first," fills you with horror, a white lie will serve just as well: enjoy yourself: book a riding lesson, and say you'd like to learn how to groom a horse as well as ride him. This includes picking out the animal's feet, and there is no better way to get a feel for the shape involved.

The design is very simple: we're out to make a solid "glove" into which your clenched fist will fit, as shown in Fig.1. To disguise the join at the coronet, I used a sock, glued to the rim as shown, which adds a more realistic shape and texture too. The hoof itself is made from modelling putty formed over an armature of steel wire - don't worry: there's nothing very technical about this procedure!




Fig 1.



With an idea of the appearance you are looking for, the next question is one of size. There are three points to address:

You are making a pair of hooves: they must be the same size!
The hooves must comfortably accomodate your hands.
The hooves must be somewhat in proportion to your arms in order to look "natural".
Clench your fingers and tuck your thumb aginst them like this:




Fig 2.



The critical measurements you'll need to take in this position are the width of your fist across the knuckles (the widest point of your hand in this position), and the length of your longest finger from the top of the knuckle to the lowest point of the first joint: this helps govern the height of the hoof. A word of warning: don't assume your hands are identical!

Get some rough paper, lay it flat on a surface, and place your fist upon it, imagining it to be a hoof. Take a pen and roughly outline the base of your fist on the paper. Don't worry about being too accurate, but aim to err on the generous side. Now, keeping you hand in its hoof shape, lay it on its side, and trace that outline too. These two outlines will form the inner dimensions of your hooves: the size of the cavity that accepts your fingers. What you must do now is draw the outer surface, based on your knowledge of hoof shape around these outlines. The thicker the wall, the stronger the hoof will be, but also the heavier. Try to aim for a minimum of 5mm (1/4 inches) and remember a wire frame will be hidden within it. Make the sole about twice as thick.

Okay, now we're ready to move on to stage two.

30379  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / SOMETHING everyone should Know or look into. on: May 14, 2007, 09:44:09 PM
http://www.unicorn-dream.co.uk/hooves.html
 
30380  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Extend Ron Avidans life 10-20 years with fasting on: May 14, 2007, 05:10:54 PM
I weigh 252 pounds, and am 6'1".  I have every excuse in the book - two little kids at home, working 10+ hours a day (and that is not regarding this site), taking care of myriad of other projects, and much more.

The truth is that I have not set my mind to get into the mode to push myself to get in shape - every excuse in the book won't help me there. So after this week ends, I will try to get myself in the mode, Milos' seminar might do the trick...

Hey, they call me Yogo or Fred Flinstone, that is ok, I have stayed the same weight for about 3 years now (actually lost a few pounds), but between bagels and Orange Chicken...

Yes, concern for my health is nice, and hopefulyl by the Olympia, will be where I want to be.

But being a bodybuilding fan comes in many sizes and shapes. I am always amazed that some of you think to be a fan, you need to be in tip top shape. Get with it, most of the people who go to the expos and shows are not the mass monsters, but the ones who enjoy the sport, the expo and the respect one gives for the dedication, training, and hard work to come into the shape you want to be. It is inspirational.



So those are justifications to eat more?  Its easy.  Just eat less.  You don`t even have to exercise.

I don`t get the excuse part.  What is stopping you from eating less?
30381  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Kai Greene Signs Exclusive MD Contract on: May 14, 2007, 04:45:29 PM
I am pleased to announce that Kai Greene has signed an exclusive contract with Muscular Development Magazine.

I have known Kai since 1999 when he won the Team Universe. He turned pro when he won the Team Universe for the second time in 2004.

Given Kai's amazing genetics, drive and discipline I believe that he will be a superstar and top IFBB competitor in the very near future! I believe Kai is the most improved bodybuilder in 2007, and according to Flex Wheeler and others, might be the best poser of all time. I am proud to welcome Kai as part of the team of great MD athletes. Kai will be competing at the Keystone and Colorado Pro in the weeks ahead. I wish him only the best.

Tune in tonight at 7pm EST as Flex Wheeler and the Muscle Mob talk about Kai's future this evening on MD No Bull Radio.
You need a new approach.  Bodybuilding as it is, is a complete failure.
30382  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Extend Ron Avidans life 10-20 years with fasting on: May 14, 2007, 04:29:03 PM
Ron is overweight but not extremely so.  I also don't really like the unorthodox approach to dieting.  Ron just needs to eat a healthy diet and exercise if he wants to lose weight.  No need to talk as if fasting is the magic bullet - this isn't an exact science.  Smiley

Fasting is not always a bad thing when done correctly, but the following is true:  Controlled Fasting is better healthwise than whatever Ron is currently doing.  
30383  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Extend Ron Avidans life 10-20 years with fasting on: May 14, 2007, 04:22:10 PM
busy with kids, busy with shows, busy with work.

How does business get in the way of not eating?

I don`t get it.
30384  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 09:11:13 PM
Thats the only way to find out.
Your fairy tales states that Convientently so because of the impossibility. hahahahaha

It a paradox.  Once you die, you are dead, thus avoiding all explanation whatsoever.  Truly stupid and illogical.

Pretty sad that the only way you can find if your mythical god exists or not is based on your own death.  What is so special about death?

We all know what death is like.  It feels EXACTLY the same as before you were born.
30385  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 08:20:51 PM
True Adonis how do you know there is no god? Have you died and came back to tell us? You can read all the little studies and theories but you have no idea. When you die you will find out the truth. I hope you drop quickly.

hope this helps
hahah when you die. hahhahahah

30386  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 07:54:05 PM
Grow the fuck up people, this is not the thread to argue about religion.
Whats the purpose?

We know hes seriously ill and we know he is going to die.

Thanks for informing us, the only thing we can do is come up with a few billions of dollars to save him, but I suggest, as one can clearly see by the religious ignorance presented here and all around, he is simply not worth a few billion and so he will die.

Just like Millions of others out of a by product of religioisty which attempts to stymie science and technological development.

30387  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 07:26:00 PM
How can you people not believe in God or heaven.  did your parents beat you?

If someone came up to you and said here is an ATM card, put this into the ATM and you MAY get a million dollars, not ever have to work again and you will be takin to some tropical island and relax with plenty of beer around you.  the costs: nothing. 

how can one truly turn down that deal?  if you said you would, you are a liar.

Same is for God and heaven, etc.  No costs, other than spending an hour in church and having faith.  the benefits: life in heaven.

well, i will be there, and I will laugh at your asses who are not simply cause some jackass thinks praying is for the "weak."

This is what's called Pascal's Wager, and it's based on faulty logic for several reasons:
 1. assuming the god of the bible exists, god must be stupid if you think you can trick him into thinking you believe when you don't.
 2. There are thousands of gods who have been worshiped and each says you can't believe in other gods and there's no greater proof for one than for any other. So odds are against you picking the right god to believe in.
30388  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 07:07:34 PM
You have no proof God doesn't exist, I can say the same thing, there are no concrete facts that you have or anyone else has that that shows that we or the universe wasn't created.
Roll Eyes
30389  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 07:06:40 PM
http://realserver.princeton.edu:8080/ramgen/lectures/20070109wardVN350K.rm
30390  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 06:55:52 PM
How can you people not believe in God or heaven.  did your parents beat you?

If someone came up to you and said here is an ATM card, put this into the ATM and you MAY get a million dollars, not ever have to work again and you will be takin to some tropical island and relax with plenty of beer around you.  the costs: nothing. 

how can one truly turn down that deal?  if you said you would, you are a liar.

Same is for God and heaven, etc.  No costs, other than spending an hour in church and having faith.  the benefits: life in heaven.

well, i will be there, and I will laugh at your asses who are not simply cause some jackass thinks praying is for the "weak."

If everything was just left up to "God did it", we would not have progressed in any shape or form from thousands of years ago.

If everyone believed that, we would not even bother with figuring out the complexities of the universe, nor anything regarding modern medicine.

I would rather die, than surrender my inquisitive mind.  I am not satisified with supernatural, non-eviduciary answers.

30391  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 06:52:12 PM
How can you people not believe in God or heaven.  did your parents beat you?

If someone came up to you and said here is an ATM card, put this into the ATM and you MAY get a million dollars, not ever have to work again and you will be takin to some tropical island and relax with plenty of beer around you.  the costs: nothing. 

how can one truly turn down that deal?  if you said you would, you are a liar.

Same is for God and heaven, etc.  No costs, other than spending an hour in church and having faith.  the benefits: life in heaven.

well, i will be there, and I will laugh at your asses who are not simply cause some jackass thinks praying is for the "weak."
It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.
Carl Sagan


The human body is flawed heavily.  There is nothing amazing about it. 
30392  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: C-Swole Health and Fitness Show clips on: May 12, 2007, 06:48:37 PM
Stupid. I hope you don`t conduct yourself like a Wigger on a daily basis. That appeals to nobody. Hope this helps.
30393  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 06:25:30 PM
I still think its best to pray for your own illnesses.  However, how can one ever say "prayer does not work."  example:

I pray for a heart patient and they "do not get better."  they go on requiring a pace-maker and so forth.  but what if I did not pray?- perhaps that patient may have died in 24 hours.  so one can truly know. 

It is an excellent thing to do (helps mentally, helps bond people, etc) with NO SIDE EFFECTS whatsoever.

thus, why would one NOT pray?


Why would you not believe in a Giant Flying Spaghetti Monster?
30394  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 06:24:20 PM
TA - there is a difference between heart ailments and cancer.  Those with cancer who really fought the disease hard (mentally) were more likely to beat it than those who were passive - but the opposite was true for heart ailments.  I would assume the reason for that is because the excitement of fighting something causes a degree of stress or eustress related that is not easy on the heart muscle.  With cancer patients, the heart muscle is already strong and the related stress does not effect the cancer growth.  Just my educated guess on this.  In general, support groups are known to help.  I would link you to scientific resources on this, but I am busy trying to upload two interviews and a protein powder review right now.

Don`t bother. My Mom has cancer and I see plenty of cancer patients.  The result is always the same and is not prolonged by anything other than modern medicine.

Retards, who are not cognizant of death let alone cancer, who also have cancer, do not live any longer or shorter.

Hope this helps.
30395  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 06:11:56 PM
I am usually a True Adonis supporter, but he is dead wrong on this one.  Prayer helps a shit load of people.  I recall several well done studies stating this.  One study (forget all the specifics, and what diseases and stuff), but there was a cure rate of 30% of those who prayed vs 5% who did not, and it was a big study.  it does help.

even if you do not believe in GOD, even being spiritual and believing in a "higher power" heals.  This is the foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous-which has been PROVEN to be VERY effective for many.
Prayer 'no aid to heart patients' 
 
Groups from different faiths prayed for patients
Praying for patients undergoing heart operations does not improve their outcomes, a US study suggests.
A study found those who were prayed for were as likely to have a setback in hospital, be re-admitted, or die within six months as those not prayed for.

The Duke University Medical Center study of 700 patients, in the Lancet, said music, image and touch therapy did appear to reduce patients' distress.

Heart experts said patients could benefit from feeling more optimistic.

  Further evidence is emerging that people with a more positive outlook appear to be less affected by stressful events, such as having surgery

Dr Charmaine Griffiths, British Heart Foundation

Therapies such as prayer and homeopathy are widely used, although past studies looking at the impact of care on patients' health have had mixed results.

The results of this study contradict earlier findings from the same team which suggested a drop of a quarter or more in "adverse outcomes" - including death, heart failure or heart attack.

However, that trial involved only 150 patients. Other research since has found no evidence of any benefits.

This study looked at 700 patients undergoing angiograms (an X-ray of the blood vessels) or other heart operations at nine hospitals across the US.

Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist prayer groups were assigned to pray for 371 of the patients. The rest had no prayer group.

In addition, 374 of the patients were assigned MIT therapy and the rest none.

MIT involved teaching the patients relaxed breathing techniques and playing them easy listening, classical, or country music during their procedure.

The researchers found that neither therapy alone, or combined, showed any measurable treatment effect on serious cardiovascular events, hospital readmission or death.

But those given music, imagery and touch therapy had less emotional distress and had a lower death rate after six months, though this was not seen as statistically significant.

'Proper subjects'

Dr Mitchell Krucoff, who led the study, said: "If we want to understand the role of human capacities and resources in the midst of our most advanced medical technologies, we have to do good science.

"With no notion of the actual mechanisms involved in ancient healing practices such as prayer or touch or music, structured outcomes research allows us to collect data that we can learn from in many ways."

A Lancet editorial on the paper said it would be premature to rule out the use of such therapies in modern medicine.

It added: "The contribution that hope and belief make to a personal understanding of illness cannot be dismissed so lightly.

"They are proper subjects for science, even while transcending its known bounds."

Dr Charmaine Griffiths, spokesperson for the British Heart Foundation, said: "While this research suggests that prayer and alternative therapies do not improve the clinical outcome for patients undergoing heart procedures, there is increasing interest in the possibility that positive emotional states are beneficial to heart health."

She said associations had been seen between positive emotional states and low levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

"Further evidence is emerging that people with a more positive outlook appear to be less affected by stressful events, such as having surgery."

She added: "Patients learning to relax by using breathing techniques and listening to music, and being aware that others are thinking of them may contribute to a more optimistic outlook.

"Whether these effects are significant remains unproven."

 
30396  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 06:02:46 PM
This is the form of atheism that really annoys me (strong atheism).  You don't know there is no god any more than any religious person (regardless of religion) knows that there is a god.  The mere question is simply beyond our ontology and it is impossible to answer.

Prayers actually do work though - but the reason for this is sociological and not theistic - people with larger support groups are more likely to pull through a life threatening episode than those who do not have them.  But an atheist with a large support group would likely have just as high odds than a religious person who is being prayed for by their church.  This is under the assumption that they are conscious and able to acknowledge the prayers of others of course.

Like everything else in life, the topics here do not have a black and white answer but the truth lies somewhere in between.  TA is no more right about knowing for a fact that there are no deities any more than a religious person is right to know there is a deity.  Granted, I would  give the edge to TA because his thoughts are an illogical conclusion but at least founded on a logical basis (there being no evidence(s) at all of any god(s) existing).

Lastly, TA could make the same points in a better way as was pointed out.  As it is, the only people who will agree with him are those already on his side.  He would benefit from learning how to discuss and debate in such a way where he  gets some of his opposition to agree with him.  If not, what is the point?

Prayer helps?

Not even close.


Prayers don't help heart surgery patients; Some fare worse when prayed for.  




Many - if not most people - believe that prayer will help you through a medical crisis such as heart bypass surgery. If a large group of people outside yourself, your family, and your friends joined in intercessory prayer, that should be even more helpful, so such reasoning goes.
Researchers have been trying to prove this and even to measure the effect. Now, the largest study to date, covering 1,800 people who underwent coronary bypass surgery at six different hospitals, supported the latter research.

Not only that, but patients who knew that others were praying for them fared worse than those who did not receive such spiritual support, or who did but were not aware of it.

Those who conducted the study are quick to say that its results do not challenge the existence of God. Also, it did not try to address such religious questions as the efficacy of one form of prayer over others, whether God answers intercessory prayers, or whether prayers from one religious group work better than prayers from another, according to the Rev. Dean Marek, a chaplain at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
Other researchers in the study, who include investigators from Harvard Medical School, Harvard-affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Mind/Body Medical Institute, agree. Also involved were teams from medical institutions in Oklahoma City, Washington, D.C., Memphis, and Rochester, Minn.

"The primary goal of the study was limited to evaluating whether intercessory prayer or the knowledge of receiving it would influence recovery after bypass surgery," notes Jeffery Dusek, an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School. The evaluation found that third-party prayer has no effect at all on recovery from surgery without complications, and that patients who knew they were receiving prayer fared worse that those who were not prayed for.
30397  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 05:59:44 PM
This is the form of atheism that really annoys me (strong atheism).  You don't know there is no god any more than any religious person (regardless of religion) knows that there is a god.  The mere question is simply beyond our ontology and it is impossible to answer.

Prayers actually do work though - but the reason for this is sociological and not theistic - people with larger support groups are more likely to pull through a life threatening episode than those who do not have them.  But an atheist with a large support group would likely have just as high odds than a religious person who is being prayed for by their church.  This is under the assumption that they are conscious and able to acknowledge the prayers of others of course.

Like everything else in life, the topics here do not have a black and white answer but the truth lies somewhere in between.  TA is no more right about knowing for a fact that there are no deities any more than a religious person is right to know there is a deity.  Granted, I would  give the edge to TA because his thoughts are an illogical conclusion but at least founded on a logical basis (there being no evidence(s) at all of any god(s) existing).

Lastly, TA could make the same points in a better way as was pointed out.  As it is, the only people who will agree with him are those already on his side.  He would benefit from learning how to discuss and debate in such a way where he  gets some of his opposition to agree with him.  If not, what is the point?

You are a fucking moron.  You don`t believe in fairies or Gnomes now do you?  They have the same track record of existence and evidence as a God.

I really think you are a moron.
30398  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Reg Park is seriously ill. on: May 12, 2007, 11:03:01 AM
The only way you can help him, would be to donate billions to fund research in order to develop a cure.

There is no god, praying is useless and stupid.  NEVER has a prayer cured anyone.

Disease does not work by chance and has known and identifiable characteristics.  This is not supernatural in nature, and you dolts should not treat it as such.

Stop wasting your time.
30399  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Define bodybuilding on: May 12, 2007, 10:58:19 AM
The proliferation of random and non-random observable alterations in present alleles, with the effect, always temporary, induced by artificial means.
30400  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: 200 IQ and 500 bench we must get him to post here! on: May 11, 2007, 12:29:15 PM
This was the dumbest statement he made, "centipedes have small brains, they aren't smart; cats have larger heads; they are slightly smarter; monkeys have even larger heads; they are smarter still...there is a correlation between head size and intelligence."


I guess he knows nothing of the Natural World or Paleontology.  Langan Dismissed. haha

But if you really want to dismiss his ramblings, look no further than his CTMU.

If I have time I will point out the gross errors in his summations.
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