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It's even easier now than it was back then to show support for my admittedly imprecise statement about Portuguese ...

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Foundation of the Kingdom of Portugal

At the end of the 11th century, the Burgundian knight Henry became count of Portugal and defended its independence by merging the County of Portugal and the County of Coimbra. His efforts were assisted by a civil war that raged between León and Castile and distracted his enemies.

Henry's son Afonso Henriques took control of the county upon his death. The city of Braga, the unofficial Catholic centre of the Iberian Peninsula, faced new competition from other regions. Lords of the cities of Coimbra and Porto fought with Braga's clergy and demanded the independence of the reconstituted county.

Portugal traces its national origin to 24 June 1128, the date of the Battle of São Mamede. Afonso proclaimed himself Prince of Portugal after this battle and in 1139, he assumed the title King of Portugal. In 1143, the Kingdom of León recognised him as King of Portugal by the Treaty of Zamora. In 1179, the papal bull Manifestis Probatum of Pope Alexander III officially recognised Afonso I as king. After the Battle of São Mamede, the first capital of Portugal was Guimarães, from which the first king ruled. Later, when Portugal was already officially independent, he ruled from Coimbra. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Portugal

In case anyone doesn't know where "Burgundy" is ... here ya go ...



In case you don't what that light grey area is ... uh ... it's France.  Lol
Pulling this forward.
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All this does is show that you don't even understand the basics of Darwinism or the implications of Darwinism.

Which figures when you're talking about someone who isn't even aware that the whole theory is dead.

Unbelievable.
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I certainly don't recall reading it ...
Because valid objections to your idiocy are invisible. Anything that contradicts your delusions of grandeur and warped worldview is invisible.
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I was pretty sure that someone was going trot out "people have been raising pastured pigs for millennia."

Which is true.

I was talking about agriculture in America, particularly the horrible changes that have occurred in the past 70 years. 

One would think that a well educated person  who has been following the discussion for years would be able to understand that.  Without me having to restate it explicitly.

But alas no.
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"Hitler explicitly rejected Darwinism."

Lol

Another howler from the "educated" folks.
No Dave, it really fucking isn't you abject fuckwit. I can quote you chapter and verse on this at some point, but I'm on a break at work so it'll have to wait, or someone else can pick up on it.

If of course you had an argument against it, you'd make it, instead of lolling and throwing out some vacuous insult.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: The Gorka repository
Last post by meepmeep -
Lol who'd have thought the guy with the fake PhD would be so insecure?

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Yes Dave, we know you don't care about whether the animals in your care suffer and die.
Utterly and completely false. That you would even entertain such a notion just supports the idea that you are a fake scientist.
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My "hobby horsing" is just a single example of thousands of small operators all over the world doing real science in the area of sustainable agriculture.

That you don't recognize it as such just illustrates your blindness and arrogance.
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Yes it is "basically the same."  The fact that you don't recognize that speaks of how thoroughly you suck not only at science, but also at basic reading comprehension.
Dave.
Your contentions were ENTIRELY about language. I quoted them.
That quote does not MENTION language.

So how can it be "basically the same"?

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The extent of brain damage is completely awe inspiring!
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JF Herring, late 19th century.


E. Corbett, 1870.



Iberico pigs, pastured on many acres of oak trees and grass since the late 19th century by the Gomez family. Source of world renowned hams.

Pasturing pigs is nothing new, Dave.