For context, he's also pro human biodiversity (HBD) theory.

  1. 3 weeks ago

    >Trenbolone acetate was the best vaccine from the start

    Science is fake and gay,
    calories in calories out,
    meth can cure it,
    tren can to,
    your choice being a manlet

  2. 3 weeks ago

    >making a twitter screen shot thread about something you know is wrong

    If you really wanted to make this thread did you need to screen shot some literal who? Could you not have just said "how much does genetics play into obesity?" Fuck you and Jay

  3. 3 weeks ago


  4. 3 weeks ago

    Funny how this totally genetic and unavoidable trait only suddenly showed up about 30 years ago in the US and got more and more prevalent every year since then.

    • 3 weeks ago

      This is the only argument needed. No need for giant walls of text. Food was just as available then as it is now, and likely moreso considering up to the year 2000 we were in an unprecedented budget surplus, low inflation, and wealth boom. Then suddenly the dot-com bubble burst and our genetics kicked in and got us fat? lel

  5. 3 weeks ago

    >lifestyle interventions have zero major health benefits (if you exclude the most important major health benefit)
    fuckin retard

  6. 3 weeks ago

    Literally who? Go start a better thread gay

  7. 3 weeks ago

    If you were to give everyone in America the same calories per bodyweight, it would be extremely obvious that obesity is heritable. Your genetics condition what happens to excess food intake.

    This is reinforced by the fact that food habits are broadly a familial affair (as opposed to being peer-mediated, like aesthetic tastes are).

    But this retard ignores that NOBODY can be obese without the calories to do so. Put a fatty on a water-and-vitamins diet and they'll lose weight, fast.

    Obesity advocates seem to think that, when it comes to being fat, the human body has some ability to deny the fundamental laws of thermodynamics, all while maintaining that this is genetic. They seem to think that their bodies are hardwired to commit acts of black magic against them.

  8. 3 weeks ago

    Yes obesity is inheritable - IQ and impulse control is absolutely based on genetic factors. But building the willpower to fight these base urges is not, it is in the power of all people. Today's society is simply weak and decadent, neutered with the crushing oppression of both systemic narcissism and bureaucratic social control in all aspects of life. The vast majority of fat people today would be within a normal BMI 60 years ago, with the same genetics - we had vitality then, a real functional culture, not this fake and fucking gay rigged trash world.

  9. 3 weeks ago

    yet another lazy fatass that thinks they're immune to thermodynamics, great.
    opinion discarded.

  10. 3 weeks ago

    heritability is not genetics. Historically the tendency to wear earrings is heritable since women wear earrings. So it COULD be the case that obesity is heritable, even if the obesity is itself not genetics but rather if there was an genetic explanation for why some people are lazy worthless fucks. The latter half of that tweet is indefensible though. Any worthwhile academic commenting on the obesity epidemic needs to acknowledge the amount of insane energy we're consuming and the insane lack of movement people are experiencing.

  11. 3 weeks ago

    Seems there's no way around it then, we must force every obese fatty through a diet gauntlet and those that can't lose weight due to their genetic burden are publically starved to death in football stadiums, after all we desperatley need the money wasted on the genetically obese for trans-healthcare

  12. 3 weeks ago

    I don't understand all these fatties who say that they inherited obesity. Where were all these obese ancestors?

  13. 3 weeks ago

    Nature =/= nurture
    I know fat people who have kids that rebelled against the family diet and are skinny
    He's just a gluttonous, weak lardo that doesn't want to take accountability and justify his current habits with non-facts

  14. 3 weeks ago

    >obesity is highly heritable
    Obesity is a symptom of a disease caused by eating plants.

  15. 3 weeks ago

    Damn, never knew some people had a God gene that can create matter out of thin air.

  16. 3 weeks ago

    >people eat like shit
    >they become fat
    >they have kids
    >feed those kids like shit from birth
    >the kids become fat
    “wtf this must be genetic!”

  17. 3 weeks ago

    if calorie restriction doesnt work, show me some fat garden gnomes at auschwitz

  18. 3 weeks ago

    I agree, billions must die

  19. 3 weeks ago

    WHO? And WHY should I even entertain the string of text this literal who is spewing?

  20. 3 weeks ago

    >Listening to der coomer

    The only thing this guy is qualified to comment on is good porn

  21. 3 weeks ago

    you are retarded

  22. 3 weeks ago

    I'm sure you can show me an obese coma patient.

  23. 3 weeks ago

    Like how being poor is hereditary as well, yeah I agree. Not in the sense of biology mind you, just starting out with such shit parents and older influences in life is clearly going to set you up to follow that path as well. You can overcome it, just like genetics, but it's too hard for most people. Or even just not something that a person thinks to try.
    Cultural genetics, if you will.

  24. 3 weeks ago

    >Literal who
    >Not even a blue check
    >Post from almost a year ago
    >Crop out the Likes so nobody can see how irrelevant this guy was

    • 3 weeks ago

      >literal who
      Anon, its the coomer.

  25. 3 weeks ago

    >obesity is heritable
    Heritable as in genetically or because the parents poor lifestyle is forced upon the child?

  26. 3 weeks ago

    whats hbd theory again isnt it like the theory that humans are different species based on race or something

  27. 3 weeks ago

    Why are we posting the ramblings of some French porn addict

  28. 3 weeks ago

    Demonstrably false since obesity wasn't an issue prior to like 1990. However, having a shitty lifestyle and raising kids in a shitty lifestyle is extremely common

  29. 3 weeks ago

    is this really the coomer? i looked this guy up and he writes for some altright blog

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