Hello there. How about an intro and a question?

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Offline Redline Five

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Hello there. How about an intro and a question?
« on: 11/05/2014 01:46:48 »
Hello there Naked Scientists. 'Name's James and I am from somewhere over the mighy place called earth.
My age is classified. Sorry xD. I am a Computer Programmer knowing over 6 programmming and scripting languages. I am also an expert Hacker and big fan of video games. I have a big interest on Weapons of Mass Destruction like nuclear,chemical and Bio-weapons. I recently started studying nuclear physics after finishing my studies on Pandemics, Parasites,viruses and blah blah blah.I also studied Drugs and I got pretty good at it. Anyway. You got it. I love trolling so expect me to troll a lot. If anyone feels offended because of something I might have written, feel free to tell me. I also have administrated 6 forums in which I was the creator of 4 and co-administrator in 2 (All of them with over 500+ members) and from my experience, SMF is NOT a good forum. I would prefer Xenforo or IP board(my personal favourite). But that's just a word of advice.
Now the mighty questions:
#1: The guy who discovered milking. What the **** was he actually doing with the cow?
#2: The guy who discovered that Meth (Methamphetamines) can be taken annaly what did he think? <<Woa. That's a cool drug. Better shove it up in my ass.>>
 See ya soon.
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Offline alancalverd

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Re: Hello there. How about an intro and a question?
« Reply #1 on: 11/05/2014 09:48:06 »
#1: trying to work out how calves get their lunch

#2: he was thinking "since the French often administer therapeutic pharmaceuticals rectally, why not do it with recreational drugs too?" 

It's called experimental science.
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Re: Hello there. How about an intro and a question?
« Reply #2 on: 12/05/2014 07:22:57 »
I will say that obviously from infancy and motherhood, humans know and understand what milk is.

Many different animals have been milked including cows, horses, goats, sheep, camels, water buffalo, yaks, and reindeer.   

I have milked a cow before, and perhaps tried a goat too, but no other large animals.  It is handy to have a convenient hand-sized utter.  No doubt the goats and cattle have had selective breeding for milking capabilities.