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About Glaukus

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  1. Glaukus

    Perpetual life

    Sounds like you know what to do already. That means you're already ahead of the curve.
  2. I'm interested in your thoughts on this. Not looking for a discussion on whether or not eating meat at all is ethical, rather, if you do eat meat, where would you draw the line, and why. Livestock for consumption are generally cattle, pigs, sheep, chickens etc. Whenever we hear about eating animals like horse, we seem to have a reaction "this is taboo". Why? How did we decide that eating one animal is ok, but another is not ok? Is it because one tastes better? Or just that certain animals have been considered as "allies" - eg domesticated dogs, horses we ride etc. Second question: is is actually more ethical to eat a cow than a chicken? My logic here is that one cow might be able to feed, let's say 100 people, whereas a chicken might only feed 4. Therefore, you'd have to kill 25 chickens to feed the same number of people as one cow. Is a life of a chicken equivalent to a cow? I mostly eat vegetarian anyway, but I don't have a problem with eating meat per se. Just pondering...
  3. Glaukus

    Monstrose ID

    The small green nodules you mention are vestigial leaves I think.
  4. Glaukus

    Monstrose ID

    It's an opuntia.
  5. Aren't they hemiparasitic? Might need to work out what sort of host they need to feed from as well to be successful. @Gimli any idea on this?
  6. Glaukus

    Watch this space

    Barnaby beetroot is a stupid pissed fool. I can't, for the life of me understand how this irrelevance keeps getting elected.
  7. Yes I do, I have experienced it. It was a very strange day, one of the best I've ever had. There was acid involved and I know lot of people will roll their eyes at that but hey. For about an hour, my best mate and I were in this state where he would be talking but they were my thoughts coming out of his mouth and vice versa. We were having shared visions. I also saw an eagle flying so high it was nearly invisible, then when it dived for a fish in the river, I saw everything through that eagles eyes. It was absolutely amazing.
  8. Glaukus

    Watch this space

    What a cock...
  9. I'll donate mine to the next 2 posters. So in other words, the next 2 posters get 75 seeds each if that's ok with teamwhy? Let me know if not and I'll edit this post.
  10. Glaukus

    eBay/Gumtree finds

    Not neggin on our brother, just musing on the comedic goings on everytime there is a hype clone that everyone decides they must have. I'm all for our man selling for whatever the punters are willing to pay. It's just funny how much people froth over a clone because of its supposed qualities that I guarantee nobody has officially verified. To me, Ogun looks much like a lot of other plants. I can almost understand when it comes to csd, which is quite unique looking. And @Halcyon Daze who cares when Zeus looks that sexy!
  11. Glaukus

    Oz cash ban

    The real black economy is the movement of money to offshore tax havens. Panama papers, anyone?
  12. Glaukus

    Oz cash ban

    Here's the link to submit your response... https://www.treasury.gov.au/consultation/c2019-t395788
  13. Glaukus

    eBay/Gumtree finds

    The funny part is it's all about that famous test, but the test is lacking a lot of critical information that might justify the prices "ogun" is selling for now. I guarantee you there are plenty of other plants that would give it a run for it's money in "that" regard. I seriously doubt anyone who spent a couple of hunge on a small cut will be testing it for a loooooong time!
  14. Glaukus

    Post your track of the day

    Aw shit, I grew up on Frost and hellhammer. Lee Dorrian at his finest.