DIY Insanity

Submitted by: 1234 3 years ago in Weird

Please don"t be real. His whole youtube channel is nothing but this crazy crap.
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Male 550
Yeah weatherise that hole
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Male 1,364
michael jackson in the wilderness.
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Male 2,390
There are better ways to cry for attention. This guys attempt is just lame.
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Male 6,227
@ Piperfawn: That said, I am busily preparing my own paper proving that *Sciurus carolinensis*, the Grey Squirrel, is a hybrid of a mountain lion, a bunny rabbit, and a unicorn.

~fluffs tail up a bit~
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Male 21
Watching his other stuff...... looks like he has a cult like following and this is all leading to something
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Male 6,227
@ Piperfawn: It`s an intriguing hypothesis and he writes a good defense of it. But according to what I`m reading elsewhere, his hypothesis isn`t supported by the best data at hand: the pig and human genomes. In other words, it looks like he`s done a great job of finding evolutionary coincidences and making an eyebrow-raising assertion out of them--with zero genetic evidence behind it. Which, as this critic has pointed out, is a peculiar lapse for someone trained as a geneticist.
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Female 4,359
cant decide if I have seen into the very depths of insanity, or this is some kind of andy kaufman comedy show....
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Male 12,365
Retaining head hair could be explained by our upright posture - it would still be useful to protect the part of our body most exposed to the sun. Long head hair would be more useful because it would protect the back of the neck as well.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Also: moving north encouraged us to lose our middle-area hair! We had to wear furs to keep warm anyhow, the extra hair was counter-productive because it harboured fleas and had to be kept clean. Thus those with less `belly fur` did better.
I read that somewhere.[/quote]

That seems unlikely because humans from hot parts of the world also have sparse (relative to most animals) body hair. The change therefore appears to predate human migration to colder areas.

A plausible explanation that I`ve read is that sparse body hair is an adaptation to heat, not cold. Spare body hair makes it easier to shed heat. Shedding heat faster is a big advantage in endurance running, which is what humans used to require for survival (by persistance hunting). Humans can outrun anything in hot weather, even noted endurance animals such as wolves and horses, but not in cold weather.
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Male 5,078
Squrlz4Sale is a revelation or not?
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Male 54
WHAT THE FCUK IS THE TUTORIAL ABOUT? FCUKING HIPSTER WITH CAMERA
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Male 6,227

=O.O= The scales have fallen from my eyes. Now I see all of you for what you really are: pig-chimps!

Intelligent, dirty, greedy, pig-chimps--who savor the taste of cannibalism with every slice of bacon they eat.

In the words of HalfPintRoo: "Ewe ewe ewe ewe ewe!"

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Male 38,457

Lee Press-On nails give you a hint about this guys authenticity.
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Male 6,227
@ 5Cats et al: Right now I am busily reading Piper`s link to see if you hoomans are a cross between apes and pigs. It *would* explain a lot....
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Male 37,697
@Squrlz4Sale: I`d speculate that moving into cold climates encouraged rapid hair growth.

Most animals shed their excess fur regularly: either season molting or constant shedding.

Humans needed longer hair in the winter, but didn`t have a "molting in the spring" gene. So those who grew hair faster stayed warmer in winter, and long hair either wasn`t too bad a problem in summer or we were smart enough to cut it (chew it) short.

Just my guess.

Also: moving north encouraged us to lose our middle-area hair! We had to wear furs to keep warm anyhow, the extra hair was counter-productive because it harboured fleas and had to be kept clean. Thus those with less `belly fur` did better.
I read that somewhere.
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Male 67
Alan was a normal (weird) guy about two years ago, posting all of his wonderful tutorials about cooking and clown makeup and what-not. Then one day, he got locked out of his house, was very hungry, turned into a werewolf, went crazy, killed a man, and put mud (poo) in a dictionary. There is speculation that Alan was arrested for the murder, but eventually escaped with his video camera to bring us his unusually wonderful tutorials. In his most recent caper, Alan has found himself in the back of a (presumably) devil worshiper`s box truck, and is being taken to an unknown location. Good luck, Alan! We hope you make it back in one piece! Oh, and to ruin it all. Here is the creator`s facebook page https://www.facebook.com/alanresnickpage
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Male 5,078
Right yesterday i read a theory about human evolution that can give you some hint Macroevolution. Is quite long...the theory says we are inbreeded chimps and pigs.
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Male 6,227
@ Piperfawn: LOL. ~adds one check in the Mankind = Parasitic Worm column~

The whole thing intrigues me. I mean, squirrel hair grows to a certain length and that`s it. Human hair, on the head mostly, grows like a weed. Why?

Did humans used to have an ability to groom themselves and lost the ability? If so, why? And did human hair used to stop growing at a certain length--but now doesn`t? If that`s the case, why did it change?

~ponders this~
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Male 5,078
Squrlz4Sale cause human kind is a feking worm eating the world bit by bit.
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Male 7,031

Hey, at least now you know who they ran into at the end of the Blair Witch Project.
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Male 6,227
You know, this video makes me think about something. Why are humans, in their natural state in the wild, so... dirty? Think of all the forest creatures out there: Deer? Bobcats? Blue Jays? Squirrels? Foxes? Aside from the occasional case of mange, we`re all nice and tidy.

Why are humans in the outdoors so... icky? It`s a serious question, so I`m open to any and all ideas.
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Male 809
Link: DIY Insanity [Rate Link] - Please don`t be real. His whole youtube channel is nothing but this crazy crap.
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