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Excessively well-researched webpage shows nobody born gay (mygenes.co.nz) --it shows also neuroplasticity is real


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Initial post: 27 Dec 2013 09:39:12 GMT
Last edited by the author on 19 Mar 2014 13:03:57 GMT
Man of truth says:
Read that great webpage by DR. NE Whitehead. There are plenty of references in that webpage showing where the info was obtained.

(Ignore any and all trolls especially like one who calls himself Brass Neck.)

Posted on 7 Jan 2014 02:33:39 GMT
Last edited by the author on 7 Jan 2014 02:34:08 GMT
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Posted on 7 Jan 2014 09:33:30 GMT
Dan Fante says:
I didn't realise 'biased' and 'well-researched' were synonyms.

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Jan 2014 12:12:50 GMT
Pendragon says:
"Initial post: 27 Dec 2013 09:39:12 GMT
Man of truth says:
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1 of 9 people think this post adds to the discussion."

"Posted on 7 Jan 2014 02:33:39 GMT
Stephen Thibault says:
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(I am Man of Truth)"

So the 1 of 9 would presumably be you voting for your own post.

Posted on 13 Jan 2014 03:44:24 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 13 Jan 2014 23:09:13 GMT
Ronald Craig says:
It's already been pointed out that the "existence of neuroplasticity" (changes in the brain) is non-controversial, so there's nothing that needs a way of "beating", in connection with Harvard or otherwise.

(You do realize, of course, that Harvard is not a single, monolithic entity, and that it is possible for individual researchers there to be slightly or even completely mistaken on any particular topic or issue. Yes?)

In reply to an earlier post on 16 Jan 2014 09:31:14 GMT
Dan Fante says:
I suspect the book is about neuroplasticity and the website in question then misleading suggests the book backs up its claims.

In reply to an earlier post on 16 Jan 2014 23:02:28 GMT
Ronald Craig says:
Probably so.

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Jan 2014 08:25:53 GMT
Drew Jones says:
I suspect the book borrows from neuroplasticity just homeopathy pretends it borrows from the well evidenced science behind vaccinations. That is it will take a basic truth it has superficially verified and suggest that it is universal in application and should work for their pet hypothesis, in this case it will suggest that thinking changes your sexuality. One problem with it I don't think Dr NE Whitehead or Stephen saw in this argument!

Posted on 21 Jan 2014 16:48:10 GMT
Bearman says:
Ahhhh - the great Dr NE Whitehead supporter of and frequent contributor to NARTH. Enough said?

Posted on 21 Jan 2014 16:49:32 GMT
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Posted on 5 Mar 2014 16:55:00 GMT
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Man of truth says:
The corpus callosum's anterior changing shape (proven by neuroplasticity!) proves that male gay brains being seemingly similar-shaped to straight female brains is not something that the gay men are born with. PROOF!

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Mar 2014 18:16:32 GMT
Bearman says:
Man of truths - how about providing a reference for this claim so that we can judge its veracity for ourselves (not that we don't trust your interpretation......)

Posted on 5 Mar 2014 19:04:13 GMT
byekitty says:
And just like that he's back what I wonder is just where he has been some kind of facility I would imagine or maybe on holiday?

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Mar 2014 21:11:41 GMT
This character post his nonsense on the US forums also.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2014 02:53:54 GMT
Ronald Craig says:
You know, when I saw there'd been a new post to this thread, I thought exactly the same thing! LOL

Posted on 6 Mar 2014 08:36:52 GMT
Bearman says:
In case you have not already done so, take at look at his reviews on his profile page. Its very suggestive of someone with a remarkably low IQ.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2014 12:04:04 GMT
Last edited by the author on 6 Mar 2014 12:04:34 GMT
Ronald Craig says:
All I needed to see was one-star "reviews" of Monty Python.

Ah well...

[Edit to add: Think it's all the cross-dressing what put him off? LOL]

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2014 12:26:43 GMT
Bearman says:
I just had a quick count and 10 out 363 people voted to say his reviews were helpful. Reading some of the comments others have added is also quite amusing. They include someone pointing out that one of his one sentence reviews was damming a book that had not actually been published at the time of his review.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2014 12:30:22 GMT
Dan Fante says:
"Benny Hill was to comedy as your reviews are to Amazon." Is a good one.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2014 12:33:19 GMT
Bearman says:
Hey that's a bit harsh on Benny Hill. OK, his comedy was "of a time", and lost any relevance to todays social structure, but I liked it when I was 6 years old.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2014 12:44:37 GMT
Dan Fante says:
Aye but it relates to the bloke in question's obsession with said comedian. I also liked it at a similar age. Mind, I liked Dick Emery at around the same time.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2014 14:16:39 GMT
Bearman says:
Oh you are awful........but I like you!

Posted on 13 Mar 2014 14:09:18 GMT
Man of truth says:
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In reply to an earlier post on 13 Mar 2014 14:12:52 GMT
Dan Fante says:
If you say so. By the way, don't forget to get you and your pseudonym to vote this post down.
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