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Report SEARU 2016-9-18 21:27
Thanks for your flowers on my rocket that is great support for my work!
Report KIyer 2013-12-6 17:21
waterdroplets: Thanks KIyer, you are one great guy..patient and good always!
I do disagree because the 'tons' of rubbish make it difficult to find relevant/learning  ...
you see, many of the abusive posters know that one will either have to delete their posts to clear clutter  (then it becomes like censorship or restriction and even many honest posters will then be convinced China is restrictive), or they want to bury the issue in their junk. it is their goal. You need to skip many junk posts after a quick glance. It will take a bit of time to learn what to skip and what not. Disruptive, negative people will always have this advantage in this kind of open, tolerant system
Report KIyer 2013-12-5 06:54
Hi, I saw your message on Snowipine's board regarding how people who are better at English might abuse those who are still learning. I would like to suggest to you, to learn from Snowipine, how to deal with such people with confidence and dignity. It does not help for CD to remove offensive postings - let them be there for others to see how silly, arrogant and cheap some can be. Remember, you can defend yourself, command respect and communicate ideas even with poor English. Try and write your best. Dont feel inferior or bad. Remember, you are doing better in English than most English speakers can do in Chinese! You need to have confidence in yourself, your values and your ideas which are more important than any specific language.
Report robert237 2013-12-4 10:07
waterdroplets: Just drop by to say hello. I find your posts are sincere and helps to 'neutralize' many of the propaganda/lies/insults posted by a few individuals who ...
The only ones who believe them already have hate for China in their
heart so it doesn't make any difference.
This forum is good entertainment for the Chinese.
They can see how foolish, ignorant, and hateful many well
indoctrinated western stooges are.
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  • What Does the DNA Want? 2017-7-5 00:41

    Thanks, @Liononthehunt for sharing your views.

    DNA is actually the product of chemical reactions from the basic building-blocks of elementary particles, to larger molecules and the creation of genes. This DNA build-up eventually led to the conception of a finite life-form, and natural selection is the net 'chemical' attraction of one life-form for another choosing the 'fittest' (containing its personal biological master-plan or diversity among its species) for the survival of that particular species. Biological diversity (creating different species) exists not because of natural selection, but because of the location a species originates from. On a macro scale of life-forms or species, natural selection and survival of the fittest means the lion will kill the deer easily as it is fitter and stronger.  DNA itself doesn't see, and doesn't think, that I agree and may I add, doesn't care either - It just wants to follow the chemical laws!

  • What Does the DNA Want? 2017-7-2 00:09

    Your blog is reminiscent of a book written by Richard Dawkins that is titled The Selfish Genes.
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