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  1. #1 New View of Life Based on Coriolis Effect: Body is Hurricane 
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    It's best to ignore the outdated video (http://youtube.com/watch?v=W8kRh938Xf4) and focus on the update in the description. I posted this before but it was deleted while FEEL GOOD Evolution remains?
    Here it is, copy and pasted:

    My idea of the personal rate over a lifetime has changed since I released the video.

    Instead, the Coriolis effect directly influences the personal rate over a lifetime. The subject conforms to the shape of the spiral at its resident latitude.
    The general result is elongation of the Phi spiral above the counter-clockwise, Phi-spinning latitude, and contraction below.
    e.g. A person from 25° N that lives at 50° N becomes tall.

    The effectiveness of the Coriolis effect on a subject is determined by the density of its components and environment: Effectiveness = 1/Internal density - 1/External density.
    e.g. A person from 25° N that lives at 50° N maximizes the effect by expending energy with little muscle in the cold, dry environment.

    Living at unintended latitude partially causes health problems. This includes tooth drift, sensory desensitization, and cancers.
    Living at the latitude found from the desire equation is a natural reversal of this direct Coriolis effect.
    e.g. A person from 25° N that lives at 50° N becomes nearsighted.

    In the spiral recursion, the human male emphasizes the converging point and the female emphasizes the diverging tails. This explains gender differences in the brain, face, and sexual anatomy.

    Basically, health issues that were seen as a result of a better living (height, myopia, etc.) are actually caused by the Coriolis effect. And the softer the organ, the more it is effected.

    Please post evidence for or against (especially before deleting my thread)! Happy holidays.


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    I constantly find myself asking this question: what is the evolutionary value of such rampant application of intellectual skills to create unfounded, nonsensical (yet often detailed, complex, and elegant) explanations for well understood phenomena?


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  4. #3 LOL, moved to pseudoscience.. ouch! 
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    I didn't realize height, intelligence, shape, sensory desensitization, and cancer were well understood.

    You can say height is some multiple-allelic, non-exhibiting carrier, dominant blah blah bs.
    Or that the detached ear is dominant and attached is recessive, with some arbitrary 75:25 phenotype ratio.
    It's too bad nature doesn't work that way. It works in degrees. There are different degrees to the shape of the ear. Just like how the Coriolis effect will differ by degree.

    The updated part of the theory is not complex: there is a semi-visible force spinning soft things.

    A comment from the youtube link:
    Tornadoes and hurricanes are known instances of Coriolis effect.
    They're called low-pressure systems. The part that spins has low pressure while the surrounding environment has high pressure.
    A variation of Boyle's Law is P = DT, or 1/D = T/P.
    If nature has different densities, temperatures, and pressures, why can't this apply to nature?
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    Of course height is well understood. Take the Dutch, for example. The tallest people in Europe. Why?
    Once we understand that evolution is Lamarkian, not Darwinian and that the Dutch are singularily gifted with clairvoyance, then the explanation is self evident. (Their gift of seeing the future is undoubtedly related to the very flat nature of their country. With nothing to see in the three spatial dimensions, their subconscious is drawn into the fourth and they perceive the future.)
    Aware of global warming, the resultant sea level rise, and the consequent flooding of much of their country as the dykes fail, the Dutch are pre-emptively evolving to be tall enough to walk through water with their heads sticking out.
    I am quietly confident there is as much evidence for this as for your speculation on the biological consequences of the Coriolis force.
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    Of course height is well understood. Take the Dutch, for example. The tallest people in Europe. Why?
    Once we understand that evolution is Lamarkian, not Darwinian and that the Dutch are singularily gifted with clairvoyance, then the explanation is self evident. (Their gift of seeing the future is undoubtedly related to the very flat nature of their country. With nothing to see in the three spatial dimensions, their subconscious is drawn into the fourth and they perceive the future.)
    Aware of global warming, the resultant sea level rise, and the consequent flooding of much of their country as the dykes fail, the Dutch are pre-emptively evolving to be tall enough to walk through water with their heads sticking out.
    I am quietly confident there is as much evidence for this as for your speculation on the biological consequences of the Coriolis force.
    I have a theory about the dutch, I believe they walk tall in Europe becuase they have learned to keep their heads above water, it is nothing to do with coriolis effect which was first expressed to help understand the behaviour of large storm formations. I note the original poster though, certainly seems to suffer from his upper body being at an extremely high altitude.

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    My apologies to Ophiolite for a similarity in post, - as usual I only read the first line or so then after posting this went back and read the rest.
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    I'm pretty sure Ophiolite was being sarcastic with that explanation, which means he does not "well understand" why height, intelligence, shape, sensory desensitization, and cancer occur.

    If that was not sarcasm, does it not flood anywhere else in the world? How do you explain how height distribution is almost a perfect gradient, with the tallest living at the most northern places, and the shortest living at the equator?
    You will never find evidence contrary to this all-encompassing theory, at most you will find alternative explanations.
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    And why not, I guess neither he nor I see any Coriolation in what was said in the original post.

    Apologies to ophie for beating him to the obvious remark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    Apologies to ophie for beating him to the obvious remark.
    I thought your coriolation was rather forced.
    Quote Originally Posted by truther
    I'm pretty sure Ophiolite was being sarcastic with that explanation
    As I said in the post I am quietly confident there is as much evidence for this as for your speculation on the biological consequences of the Coriolis force. For the record, there is no evidence for my tall Dutch theory.
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    Well, you also said, "what is the evolutionary value of such rampant application of intellectual skills to create unfounded, nonsensical (yet often detailed, complex, and elegant) explanations for well understood phenomena?"

    So you understand how height, intelligence, shape, sensory desensitization, and cancer occur?
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    I understand sufficient to know that the Coriolis force is not implicated in any way, shape form, or fashion. It is is hugely depressing to witness intellect being wasted on developing such contrived, groundless, superficial speculations.
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    I'm sorry but the current height explanation of multiple alleles doesn't cut it for me. This is much simpler. Oh, and the inference that the diet in industrialized countries is responsible is also wrong, kind of.

    If you believe this, height (AND EVERYTHING ELSE) is dependent on the diet, which is kind of responsible for your density, and latitude location.
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    Quote Originally Posted by truther
    It's best to ignore the outdated video (http://youtube.com/watch?v=W8kRh938Xf4) and focus on the update in the description.
    It's really best to ignore the entire idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neutrino
    It's really best to ignore the entire idea
    I am still smiling five minutes after reading this.
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