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2013-08-26 12:33:58 AM

HotWingAgenda: HotWingAgenda: Enigmamf: HotWingAgenda: There are people that didn't know this? Sucralose is also like one hydrogen atom away from being antifreeze. If you really want to give a chemist an aneurism, go around claiming sucralose is harmful because its compound is similar to poison.

Sucralose and Ethylene glycol don't look anything alike to me.

They do to some idiots. I have two friends who are chemists, and I use this whenever I want to annoy them:

Link

farking hell. Here, copy and paste. http://food-safety.knoji.com/relieving-fatigue-experiment-1-cutting-ou t-sweet-poison-sucralose/


Good god!

I can't be too surprised by it, though; I've seen similar arguments with other chemicals.  I once saw someone argue that one type of bleach was safe to consume because it wasn't chemically identical to the bleach you buy in the store.
 
2013-08-26 12:34:06 AM
2.bp.blogspot.com

It is all the same shiat, people. Atoms are atoms. It doesn't matter where they come from.
 
2013-08-26 12:34:27 AM

Cyno01: Lambic doesnt necessarily mean fruity, it just means it was fermented with wild yeast.


Tell that to Belgium.

Anyway, wild yeast is still not bacteria.

DeadPuppySociety: Sour ales frequently are inoculated with lactobacillus actually.


There's sour ales? Hmmm, may have to try and find that.

Katolu: Hopefuly the current trend of "How farking hoppy can we make this?" will end soon.


Then it will be replaced with something else, like pig dick jerky straws or Bulgarian peasant colon flora extract.
 
2013-08-26 12:37:27 AM
FTFA: So there we have it: An official document that not only reveals the shocking truth behind aspartame production, but also freely admits that it was intended for mass consumption as a sucrose substitute. Therefore, the next time someone claims that your reservations about this sweetener are unfounded, direct them to this patent - the truth behind aspartame is now in plain view.

So aspartame
1. Is made through bacteria cultures like cheese, yogurt, and other food products.
2. Was created to be a sugar substitute marketed to consumers.
3. Since it is a protein, the producer feels it might be more beneficial nutritionally than sugar.

As hard as I am trying, I am having a difficult time generating any outrage over this. Rather than feeling concerned; I am feeling more confused over what exactly is the conspiracy regarding aspartame, and what are the desired end results of the conspirators. The author has failed to explain those two important points.
 
2013-08-26 12:39:43 AM
GM feces. I think I drove one of those in the 70's
 
2013-08-26 12:39:47 AM

heavymetal: FTFA: So there we have it: An official document that not only reveals the shocking truth behind aspartame production, but also freely admits that it was intended for mass consumption as a sucrose substitute. Therefore, the next time someone claims that your reservations about this sweetener are unfounded, direct them to this patent - the truth behind aspartame is now in plain view.

So aspartame
1. Is made through bacteria cultures like cheese, yogurt, and other food products.
2. Was created to be a sugar substitute marketed to consumers.
3. Since it is a protein, the producer feels it might be more beneficial nutritionally than sugar.

As hard as I am trying, I am having a difficult time generating any outrage over this. Rather than feeling concerned; I am feeling more confused over what exactly is the conspiracy regarding aspartame, and what are the desired end results of the conspirators. The author has failed to explain those two important points.


This might help you out: snopes
 
2013-08-26 12:40:06 AM

omnibus_necanda_sunt: [320x276 from http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-cpGeRlyoAqI/TVh8atZQZfI/AAAAAAAAAAM/Hk_l85G4 5gM/s320/Aspartame_structure.png image 320x276]

It is all the same shiat, people. Atoms are atoms. It doesn't matter where they come from.


That actually looks kinda scary - I'm betting that O- is extremely reactive. What is it?
 
2013-08-26 12:42:33 AM
DRTFA or the thread.

Bread is made with yeast shiat and farts. Mmmmm

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-08-26 12:46:18 AM

Enigmamf: andynz81: I wouldn't worry about this, but as for the more well known allegations about aspartame...

When my sister got a brain tumour, her oncologists went over diet, lifestyle etc, and had little to say as she was by and large living a perfectly healthy life. They did tell her to avoid aspartame though.

Must be pretty good fearmongering if it has also sucked in oncologists.

/more inclined to side with the oncologists, strangely enough

I don't care who you are, if you can't back up your belief with a review of the medical literature (and I don't mean cherry-picking a single study, I mean evaluating the consensus of standard of care established by relevant specialties), then you're no better than someone babbling about neoplasteons.

It's very difficult to be a commoner in this world, relying on the expertise of others about advise that can have a huge effect on our lives. But in this internet era, and especially with the dawning of the age of Open Access, that doesn't mean you have to take everything your doctor says without question, like some neolithic cowering from the spell of a shaman.


Thankfully I don't have to delve that deep (I don't have the fear of cancer or the need/want for artificial sweetner). With aspartame, the allegations are sufficient to turn me off given that it has NIL benefit for me in any case. I just felt that the example of the oncologists made quite the anecdote, and as it's not a pressing issue for me I defer to their opinions quite happily, under the assumption that the prevention and curing of cancer being their specialty they generally know best, and of course that they don't have other agendas that might affect their advice.

/When I do go to the doctor, like most other kids that grew up with internet I investigate thoroughly so that I'm as informed as possible.
 
2013-08-26 12:46:39 AM

thisisarepeat: Holy fark, this intrigued me so i did some research.  It turns out that they use the excrement of the same critter that makes pussies smelly to make beer!  GASP!  STFU.


Actually, the characteristic "fishy" smell is due to Gardnerella Vaginalis.

Uncut guys can host the same organism....

And the yeast that also often occupies the female genitalia is only superficially related to those varieties that make good
  beer/wine/spirits.

However, Lactobacillus is sometimes used as a treatment for mild yeast infections.    I think fungii and bacteria have been waging
  war with each other for millions of years.  Sometimes, we get to benefit :)
 
2013-08-26 12:47:34 AM
Guess what...
...honey is?
...traditional sausages are cased in?
...silk is?
...gelatin is made from?

Did you know that...
...sprinkles ("jimmies") contain an ingredient commonly found in car wax?
...soft drinks contain a compound that's used in antifreeze and cosmetics?
...that vanilla, strawberry, or raspberry ice-cream you enjoy contains a chemical found in a beaver's anal and urine secretions?
...common table contains both a poisonous gas and a substance that explodes when it mixes with water?

images.wikia.com
 
2013-08-26 12:48:46 AM

picturescrazy: farkingismybusiness: RexTalionis: [harryscheeseandcoldcuts.com image 720x480]
[www.randrlife.co.uk image 400x300]

Look at all those disgusting byproducts of bacteria.

Why don't you respect my culture?

Very well done!


Anyway I don't care what it's made from. Aspartame makes me feel hungover and taste like ass. That's why I avoid it.


Agreed.  Not everyone has aspartame sensitivity.  But roughly 40% of the people I describe my symptoms to say "yeah, me too".

/anecdotal evidence is anecdotal....
 
2013-08-26 12:50:35 AM

ArcadianRefugee: common table contains both a poisonous gas and a substance that explodes when it mixes with water?


That's not a very common table. Check the settings on your 3D printer.
 
2013-08-26 12:50:43 AM
I have noted that ever since I started drinking Diet Dr Pepper, which is sweetened with Aspartame, that I have been ageing at a rate of one second per second.
 
2013-08-26 12:51:03 AM

FrancoFile: So is insulin.


THIS TIMES ONE MILLION!

I've never seen such a fundamentally flawed piece of garbage. It's not feces. Inserts to bacterial plasmids are not considered GMO by anyone who understands the process. Whoever wrote this has maybe a fourth-grade understanding of biology.
 
2013-08-26 12:51:48 AM

Katolu: HotWingAgenda: There are people that didn't know this? Sucralose is also like one hydrogen atom away from being antifreeze. If you really want to give a chemist an aneurism, go around claiming sucralose is harmful because its compound is similar to poison.

And water is one hydrogen atom away from being certain death!


FARK!  water can KILL you!  omfg call somebody! (my cell plan charges minutes if you call a land line).
 
2013-08-26 12:51:53 AM
What it really comes down to is that Aspartame and Sucralose  taste nastyto me. They have a weird undertaste, and the "sweet" isn't the same  kind  of sweet as sugar.

I would LOVE it if someone made a cola sweetened with Stevia. It's a hell of a lot better tasting than Aspartame or Sucralose (or Saccharine, which I hated). What TRULY sucks is that Coca-Cola actually markets a Stevia product (Truvia), which is a sweetener. They said they'd market beverages sweetened with their Truvia, but I have yet to see Coca-Cola sweetened with it.

Pepsi followed with their own announcement of intention to use Stevia to sweeten beverages, but never made good on it from what I've seen... Unless it's only in their tea or other products.

Dammit, give me a COLA that uses Stevia and doesn't taste like nasty Diet Coke, Coke Zero, or Tab.
 
2013-08-26 12:53:05 AM

FrancoFile: So is insulin.


So is BEER!1!!11!!
 
2013-08-26 12:56:07 AM
Damn scientists obfuscating with their big words. They should use overly dramatic and misleading easy to understand sentences so we can be PROPERLY outraged.
 
2013-08-26 12:56:17 AM
Alle Dinge sind Gift und nichts ist ohne Gift; allein die Dosis macht, daß ein Ding kein Gift ist.
 
2013-08-26 12:57:20 AM

ReverendJimBobHammer: FrancoFile: So is insulin.

So is BEER!1!!11!!


Oops, just woke up, thought it said MICROBE excrement.
 
2013-08-26 12:58:06 AM

EbolaNYC: Uuuuhhhhm. Alcohol. How does it work?


I also came here to support my favorite form of bacteria excrement.
 
2013-08-26 12:59:30 AM
You can have my Diet Coke when you pry it from my cold, dead hands. It hasn't got any alcohol, so fark off.

There are people out there who think other people shouldn't have any vices at all. I call these people "crazy fundies," regardless of their religious leanings.

/Recovering alcoholic.
 
2013-08-26 01:01:28 AM

andynz81: Enigmamf: andynz81: I wouldn't worry about this, but as for the more well known allegations about aspartame...

When my sister got a brain tumour, her oncologists went over diet, lifestyle etc, and had little to say as she was by and large living a perfectly healthy life. They did tell her to avoid aspartame though.

Must be pretty good fearmongering if it has also sucked in oncologists.

/more inclined to side with the oncologists, strangely enough

I don't care who you are, if you can't back up your belief with a review of the medical literature (and I don't mean cherry-picking a single study, I mean evaluating the consensus of standard of care established by relevant specialties), then you're no better than someone babbling about neoplasteons.

It's very difficult to be a commoner in this world, relying on the expertise of others about advise that can have a huge effect on our lives. But in this internet era, and especially with the dawning of the age of Open Access, that doesn't mean you have to take everything your doctor says without question, like some neolithic cowering from the spell of a shaman.

Thankfully I don't have to delve that deep (I don't have the fear of cancer or the need/want for artificial sweetner). With aspartame, the allegations are sufficient to turn me off given that it has NIL benefit for me in any case. I just felt that the example of the oncologists made quite the anecdote, and as it's not a pressing issue for me I defer to their opinions quite happily, under the assumption that the prevention and curing of cancer being their specialty they generally know best, and of course that they don't have other agendas that might affect their advice.

/When I do go to the doctor, like most other kids that grew up with internet I investigate thoroughly so that I'm as informed as possible.



As should everyone.

It is amazing how many people are intimidated by the "arrogant expertise" of medical professionals.

Bottom line is that it's YOUR life and YOUR health on the line, not theirs.

If your doctor doesn't like "questions", you need a new doctor.
 
2013-08-26 01:02:23 AM

ArcadianRefugee: Guess what...
...honey is?

High Fructose Corn Syrup and honey flavor.

...traditional sausages are cased in? Gelatin

...silk is? Luxurious!

...gelatin is made from? Bear snot.


Did you know that...
...sprinkles ("jimmies") contain an ingredient commonly found in car wax?


Yes! And that ingredient is green dye.

...soft drinks contain a compound that's used in antifreeze and cosmetics?

Yes! Water!

...that vanilla, strawberry, or raspberry ice-cream you enjoy contains a chemical found in a beaver's anal and urine secretions?

:\ Not the vanilla ice cream I enjoy... Homemade ice cream is sugar, cream, vanilla, and salt. I think you mean "frozen treat" and not "ice cream."


...common table contains both a poisonous gas and a substance that explodes when it mixes with water?

My table is made of wood.
 
2013-08-26 01:03:36 AM

Fuggin Bizzy: You can have my Diet Coke when you pry it from my cold, dead hands. It hasn't got any alcohol, so fark off.

There are people out there who think other people shouldn't have any vices at all. I call these people "crazy fundies," regardless of their religious leanings.

/Recovering alcoholic.


Diet Coke is not a vice. It's a punishment. A vile-tasting punishment.
 
2013-08-26 01:05:23 AM

ZeroCorpse: Diet Coke is not a vice. It's a punishment. A vile-tasting punishment.


fark off.
 
2013-08-26 01:05:45 AM
Insulin is made the same way. Bacteria don't really have feces, no gut.

Of course, this is the same bunch that calls white blood cells "pus cells" if they're in milk. I recall doing the same sort of thing in sixth grade to gross people out.
 
2013-08-26 01:11:44 AM
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2013-08-26 01:13:45 AM

Enigmamf: andynz81: I wouldn't worry about this, but as for the more well known allegations about aspartame...

When my sister got a brain tumour, her oncologists went over diet, lifestyle etc, and had little to say as she was by and large living a perfectly healthy life. They did tell her to avoid aspartame though.

Must be pretty good fearmongering if it has also sucked in oncologists.

/more inclined to side with the oncologists, strangely enough

I don't care who you are, if you can't back up your belief with a review of the medical literature (and I don't mean cherry-picking a single study, I mean evaluating the consensus of standard of care established by relevant specialties), then you're no better than someone babbling about neoplasteons.

It's very difficult to be a commoner in this world, relying on the expertise of others about advise that can have a huge effect on our lives. But in this internet era, and especially with the dawning of the age of Open Access, that doesn't mean you have to take everything your doctor says without question, like some neolithic cowering from the spell of a shaman.


Damn straight.  Here's a short list of people who have doctorates in some way and are also major quacks:

Neal Barnard, MD (Medical adviser to PETA; believes vegan-ism can literally cure diabetes)
Stanislaus Burzynski, MD, PhD (Runs a clinic which purports to cure cancer; has been in Stage 1 clinical trials for 20+ years, and is facing multiple federal investigations).
Deepak Chopra, MD (Known as the "King of Quacks," this guy believes you can use quantum theory to magically change your destiny and life; from his own book, "[You can] use the power of quantum healing to transcend disease and aging.")
Jay Gordon, MD (This is the anti-vax queen's - Jenny McCarthy - pediatrician. He is also anti-vax)
Steven F. Hotze, M.D. (Believes that drugs can't cure disease because "diseases are not caused by a deficiency in pharmaceuticals")
Gary Null, PhD (He promotes megavitamin doses for a healthy living; almost died taking his own product which he still sells)
Memhet Oz, MD (TV show host; he promotes lots of pseudoscience and quackery on his show as if they were legitimately backed by science)
Robert Sears, MD (Anti-vax popularizer, he has written multiple books which spread myths and falsehoods about vaccines)
Andrew Wakefield, MD (This is the guy who made Vaccines-Causes-Autism movement popular worldwide via his fake research and fudged data)
Andrew Weil, MD (Self described as the "guru of alternative medicine," this guy uses his credentials to spread misinformation and lies about science and medicine).
Jordan Weiss, MD (uses "information learned from the 4th dimension" to perform "psychoenergetics" and energy healing in his practice)

I have tons more of these.  There are plenty of people who gain advanced degrees and then use their degrees and prestige to spread lies and misinformation.  Some of them are con men, some are true believers.  All of them disregard everything they have been taught about science and the scientific method in order to spread their lies.
 
2013-08-26 01:14:17 AM
Newsflash: Your organic vegetables are bathed in poop and the water you are drinking was once pissed out of a caveman's penis!
 
2013-08-26 01:19:31 AM

ArcadianRefugee: ..that vanilla, strawberry, or raspberry ice-cream you enjoy contains a chemical found in a beaver's anal and urine secretions?



upload.wikimedia.org

AND SHE BELIEVED IT!
 
2013-08-26 01:20:46 AM

patchvonbraun: thisisarepeat: Holy fark, this intrigued me so i did some research.  It turns out that they use the excrement of the same critter that makes pussies smelly to make beer!  GASP!  STFU.

Actually, the characteristic "fishy" smell is due to Gardnerella Vaginalis.

Uncut guys can host the same organism....

And the yeast that also often occupies the female genitalia is only superficially related to those varieties that make good
  beer/wine/spirits.

However, Lactobacillus is sometimes used as a treatment for mild yeast infections.    I think fungii and bacteria have been waging
  war with each other for millions of years.  Sometimes, we get to benefit :)


Cheers.  You are obviously not one of the 90% of nurses that would fark up disastrously when asked what blood types will work with others in the event of a transfusion.  That is EMT-B( Ambulance DRIVER) level education.
 
2013-08-26 01:21:03 AM

Cake Hunter: I prefer my bacteria excrement in super hoppy IPA form.


And we're done here.
 
2013-08-26 01:25:08 AM
You'll have to pry my Diet Cherry Dr Pepper from my cold dead bacteria-shiat ridden hands...
 
2013-08-26 01:25:18 AM

Enigmamf: omnibus_necanda_sunt: [320x276 from http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-cpGeRlyoAqI/TVh8atZQZfI/AAAAAAAAAAM/Hk_l85G4 5gM/s320/Aspartame_structure.png image 320x276]

It is all the same shiat, people. Atoms are atoms. It doesn't matter where they come from.

That actually looks kinda scary - I'm betting that O- is extremely reactive. What is it?


I'm not sure if you're serious, based on your other posts, but I'll answer anyways.  That's aspartame.  It's just two amino acids (aspartic acid and phenylalanine) put together with an extra methyl ester attached to one end.

The N-C-C=O group is the backbone of the amino acid.  Since there are two amino acids, you should see two N-C-C=O groups in it. Aspartic Acid is on the left hand side of that image, with the extra C-COOH, and phenylalanine is the other with the extra C-6 sided ring.
 
2013-08-26 01:26:09 AM

Enigmamf: That actually looks kinda scary - I'm betting that O- is extremely reactive. What is it?


A deprotenated carboxylic acid substituent.  In an acidic environment it would pick up a proton.
 
2013-08-26 01:27:36 AM

red5ish: [501x402 from http://img821.imageshack.us/img821/6109/pc5l.jpg image 501x402]


I vaguely remember something about that.  Was that actually said, and what was it in reference to?
 
2013-08-26 01:32:36 AM
Diet, low calorie, zero calorie, and every other type with fake "healthy" sweetners...they all taste like ass.  I can't stand them.

Do I really need any other reason to hate them?
 
2013-08-26 01:34:37 AM
A farking Natural News link? Seriously? What's next, Mercola? Weekly World News?
 
2013-08-26 01:35:25 AM

Emposter: Diet, low calorie, zero calorie, and every other type with fake "healthy" sweetners...they all taste like ass.  I can't stand them.

Do I really need any other reason to hate them?



Nature is sending you a message.

You are listening.

As you should.
 
2013-08-26 01:40:13 AM

The_Sponge: Cake Hunter: I prefer my bacteria excrement in super hoppy IPA form.

And we're done here.


Almost.  I just need the "MD" to sign the first forty pages of this script pad I lifted from his/her drawer and I will leave him/her alone for 40 or so years, then you might actually be useful, as opposed to a hurdle.

I suppose that isnt going to work for you, you need me to pay you $300 every single time I need penicillin or a muscle relaxer or a stapler because you owe 500K to the school that showed you what a sinus infection looks like.
 
2013-08-26 01:40:27 AM
www.cyclamate.org

hot as a stock holder
 
2013-08-26 01:43:07 AM
Microwaving food will KILL YOU!!

stop and think back at all the people you know who, over the years, have died from microwave popcorn.
 
2013-08-26 01:51:48 AM

mgshamster: Enigmamf: omnibus_necanda_sunt: [320x276 from http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-cpGeRlyoAqI/TVh8atZQZfI/AAAAAAAAAAM/Hk_l85G4 5gM/s320/Aspartame_structure.png image 320x276]

It is all the same shiat, people. Atoms are atoms. It doesn't matter where they come from.

That actually looks kinda scary - I'm betting that O- is extremely reactive. What is it?

I'm not sure if you're serious, based on your other posts, but I'll answer anyways.  That's aspartame.  It's just two amino acids (aspartic acid and phenylalanine) put together with an extra methyl ester attached to one end.

The N-C-C=O group is the backbone of the amino acid.  Since there are two amino acids, you should see two N-C-C=O groups in it. Aspartic Acid is on the left hand side of that image, with the extra C-COOH, and phenylalanine is the other with the extra C-6 sided ring.


OK, I feel stupid for not recognizing that, so I have to write up a defense of myself. I think what threw me off is the proton transferred from the carboxyl group to the amine group. I assumed that a) carboxylic acid had a lower pH than it does, and b) your post was ironic and your point was going to be "things that look almost the same can sometimes act completely different" (kind of a counterpoint to people who expect similar-looking molecules to act the same, e.g. the person who assumed chlorine in sucralose would be dangerous because many chlorine-bearing molecules are).

Also, it's been a long time since I took organic chemistry, or any classes where the actual properties of functional groups were relevant beyond knowing they exist and being able to understand similar properties enumerated by others.

So in retrospect, I'm guessing that proton transfers pretty freely between the amine and carboxyl group?
 
2013-08-26 01:52:52 AM

Amos Quito: fusillade762: Peter von Nostrand: Trocadero: Peter von Nostrand: And the water they make it with had fish drop deuces in. What's your point?

I never drink water, b/c fish fark in it.

Oh great, now I'm gonna have to stick to a strict beer diet

Fun fact: Beer was necessary for civilization. Early big cities had a horrible time getting access to drinkable water, so they drank beer instead. It's one of the reasons people of American Indian descent often don't have a tolerance for alcohol: they never lived in big cities where there was a sewage problem.

Yay beer!

Beer: It makes sewage drinkable.

/Yay?


The brewing process kills any nasty bacteria and the alcohol content keeps it from growing.

So yes: YAY!
 
2013-08-26 01:53:50 AM

log_jammin: Microwaving food will KILL YOU!!

stop and think back at all the people you know who, over the years, have died from microwave popcorn.



Good point.

Thinking about it, of all the dead people I know, most of them likely ate microwaved popcorn at some time.


///What more proof do you want???
 
2013-08-26 01:55:25 AM

fusillade762: Amos Quito: fusillade762: Peter von Nostrand: Trocadero: Peter von Nostrand: And the water they make it with had fish drop deuces in. What's your point?

I never drink water, b/c fish fark in it.

Oh great, now I'm gonna have to stick to a strict beer diet

Fun fact: Beer was necessary for civilization. Early big cities had a horrible time getting access to drinkable water, so they drank beer instead. It's one of the reasons people of American Indian descent often don't have a tolerance for alcohol: they never lived in big cities where there was a sewage problem.

Yay beer!

Beer: It makes sewage drinkable.

/Yay?

The brewing process kills any nasty bacteria and the alcohol content keeps it from growing.

So yes: YAY!


changeyourchoices.files.wordpress.com

To sewage!
 
2013-08-26 02:02:09 AM

EbolaNYC: Uuuuhhhhm. Alcohol. How does it work?


Yep, pretty much. for any who DON'T know Alcohol is yeast excrement. When you give Saccharomyces cerevisiae sugar, water, and warmth, it will start growing and reproducing merrily, and will excrete CO2 and ethyl alcohol. It is how we make booze. It is called brewer's yeast when used for making beer. It is also how we make bread. Baker's yeast is Saccharomyces cerevisiae as well. Here, the alcohol isn't the interesting excretion, but rather the CO2. It is what leavens the bread and gives it texture.

So if you drink alcohol, then you really aren't in much position to whine about the excrement of single cell organisms.

Turns out, we humans have been pretty good at figuring out and using stuff that is useful to us for a long time, and that includes bacterias, yeasts, and so on.
 
2013-08-26 02:04:17 AM
So.. processed factory-farmed food is gross, so destroy it all and let the poor eat cake.

/they'd probably burn Norman Borlaug at the stake if he was still alive
//brown is the new green
 
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