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  • 6 years ago
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  • 6 years ago
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  • 6 years ago
    Comment Katherine

    This sounds like it could either work out really well and be a great thing all around, OR it could make twitter completely unusable without a third-party app or something.

  • 6 years ago
    Comment Katherine

    Honestly this person just sounds scared of everything and kind of incompetent as a dog owner. I mean, you can't warn off one loose dog? Or keep yours under control, if that's the issue? And the friend hasn't walked her dog since? That's not an acceptable reaction – it's a horrible way to treat your dog!

  • 6 years ago
    Comment Katherine

    Something about this article seems a bit off to me. I mean, sure, fat obviously (to anyone with a background in biology) is broken down and ultimately its carbon is exhaled as CO2. But to say that it's used as energy isn't wrong – what do these people think energy is? It's not just some mysterious molecule that turns your fat invisible; rather, energy is stored in molecular bonds, and released when large molecules (such as glucose, or fat molecules when not enough glucose is available) are broken down into smaller molecules, CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (oxygen). Furthermore, fat can't be converted to CO2 and H2O without a release of energy (heat being one form of this). Doctors aren't stupid; this article is just misleading.

  • 6 years ago
    Comment Katherine

    I want to like this article, but I can't tell whether it's supposed to be an argument or a book review. I wish it was an argument.