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  1. L

    Why did Ray choose not to have a child?

    I think this is an important topic, and I think, as a biologist and thinker, he may have interesting thoughts about having offspring. Has anyone asked Ray Peat about his choice of not having a child, and his thoughts on having offspring in general?
  2. JamesGatz

    Were males destined to die young ? Examining life expectancies in humans and mammals - males vs females

    I think by now most of us have heard about the idea that women live longer than men - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5603374/ "Among humans, women's life span is almost 8% on average longer than men's life span." "In every human population, women live longer than men, so much so...
  3. D

    All These Threads On Hair Loss Go Nowhere Because....

    ....because what we really need is feedback from those who HAVE their hair - a survey or study on their health, habits, diets, fathers/heredity, etc. How we go about doing that I don't know, but I could guess, there wouldn't be found anything markedly different about them then those who've lost...
  4. ScurveDream

    Is physiognomy as a concept correlatable with epigenetics, lookism, bioenergetics, etc.?

    If looks can change and/or exist depending on background, diet, lifestyle, hormones, somatic effects, mindset, stress levels, prenatal effects, bioenergetics, electrics and epigenetics as a whole, is this where the criticism over appearance is possibly rooted in the form of a broadened body of...
  5. K

    Lack of optimism, enthusiasm, excitement and also ED

    Hi, despite being a fit and active 39-year-old, I've had a few issues that have plagued much of my adult life, namely: -erectile dysfunction (I've tested my NO levels, using strips and they are constantly low, despite taking L-arginine/Citrulline, which I've come to realise is unlikely to help...
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