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  • I agree - I shouldn't have so quickly dismissed...

    I agree - I shouldn't have so quickly dismissed your source. I also agree that I was imprecise on the Galileo case above. He was convicted according to the quote that you provided, but it was Galileo...
  • I am not religious, I am an atheist. I prefer...

    I am not religious, I am an atheist.

    I prefer academic sources over "history.com" which has shows such as "Ancient Aliens". The guy with the book I sent you is a published historian of science,...
  • I just checked another of your examples here,...

    I just checked another of your examples here, Marco Antonio de Dominis. There is no evidence that his explanation for the rainbow was considered heretical (see...
  • I completely agree that there has been...

    I completely agree that there has been discrimination against contrarian theological and metaphysical opinions. However, there hasn't really been discrimination against employing experiment or...
  • That there has been "discrimination against those...

    That there has been "discrimination against those who believed in dealing with body of facts or truths systematically arranged gained through observation and experiment" is to a large extent a big...
  • We don't know that, so this argument doesn't...

    We don't know that, so this argument doesn't work. And even if we did know the outcome of this hypothetical experiment, what would it tell us about free will? If the choice changes, proponents of...
  • While there is some truth to this, it is a bit...

    While there is some truth to this, it is a bit simplistic. For instance, in medieval times, (peasant) women and men would both be bound to work as equals or near-equals in managing their home. Both...
  • Consistency and patience is the key to looking...

    Consistency and patience is the key to looking good natty.

    Some of the routines I see I often think "how the hell can people take so much volume?". I think a lot of that is often "junk volume"....
  • Yeah it's great, just rewatched it yesterday. I...

    Yeah it's great, just rewatched it yesterday. I agree that it may be even better than the first one.
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    It is not moronic, it is backed by science....

    It is not moronic, it is backed by science. Couple of examples:

    https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/112/5/1212/5897225

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22327054/

    And if you are right,...
  • He admits to gear use, unlike 99.9% of youtube...

    He admits to gear use, unlike 99.9% of youtube fitness people.
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    No, it is a different thing. Starvation mode...

    No, it is a different thing. Starvation mode suggests that the metabolism somehow "crashes" in a calorie deficit so that it is impossible to lose weight. Metabolic adaptation refers to the fact that...
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    Starvation mode is a myth. "Metabolic adaptation"...

    Starvation mode is a myth. "Metabolic adaptation" is real, but much less important than people often suggest.
  • He is honest, that's why people like him. The...

    He is honest, that's why people like him. The quality of a physique is mostly about genetics anyway.
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    It often contains systematic biases. To get an...

    It often contains systematic biases. To get an idea, compare the calorie counts of the app with what is stated on the food labels. Use the most conservative estimate. Does this change your estimate...
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    Do you use MyFitnessPal to determine calorie...

    Do you use MyFitnessPal to determine calorie counts on different food items?

    Any cheat meals/restaurant meals?
  • What is his definition of an intermediate?

    What is his definition of an intermediate?
  • Interesting. I suspect this to be different for...

    Interesting. I suspect this to be different for extremely long cuts though. I cut from 230 lbs to about 175 lbs last year and was going insane after 9 months of cutting without any breaks.

    A bit...
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    But why put a wildly inaccurate statement like...

    But why put a wildly inaccurate statement like that on his "science-based" website?
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    Of course you are assuming. Your theoretical plan...

    Of course you are assuming. Your theoretical plan is one thing, the practical implementation of it is another.
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