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From: Jeremiah (
Subject:         One final, final example (uric acid) of why these points are not worth refuting
Date: September 1, 2013 at 9:06 pm PST

In Reply to: One final example of why these points are not worth refuting. posted by Jeremiah on September 1, 2013 at 8:53 pm:

This is bordering on the absurd. Doug said:

"Eating cooked meat creates EXCESS uric acid and ammonia in the
body, both of which are toxic to the system."

James in his brilliance then proceeds to explain to all of us how the
body uses some uric acid as an antioxidant. How is that in any way,
shape, or form, relevant? The very quote he selected said that cooked
meat creates EXCESS uric acid. He didn't address this point at all.
Another complete dodge claimed as a victorious debunking.

An equivalent argument: "Baking oneself in the sunshine in the middle
of the Sahara desert is bad for you because it can cause death from
burning and heatstroke."

"Wrong! Some sunshine is good for you. Therefore, baking yourself in
the Sahara desert is perfectly fine."

Seriously, that's the quality of debate we're dealing with here.

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