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  1. Johnathan Hughes commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 13 hours ago

    Nothing unusual about Butyric acid in food. Strangely, it gives all kinds of foods their deliciousness.

    For example: strong cheeses owe their sharpness to butyric acid.

    Chocolate is a new one for me, but then American tastes are different to tastes in Australia. shrug

  2. Johnathan Hughes commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 days ago

    Wrong comic! :D

  3. Johnathan Hughes commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 days ago

    One lucky punter in Darwin maybe? :)

  4. Johnathan Hughes commented on Pearls Before Swine 6 days ago

    As a Christian who is scientifically literate, of course I accept the reality that the physical evidence around us tells us of a universe that is billions of years old and life that is millions of years old, of dinosaurs and evolution.

    But given that the Bible is a history of humans’ interaction with God rather than a book of how stuff works, therefore I don’t see the fact that it’s figurative rather than literal as a particularly big issue.

  5. Johnathan Hughes commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    Ooo! Time to get some books signed!

  6. Johnathan Hughes commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 6 months ago

    Having had a look at the studies this is based on, calling the boar meat “Highly radioactive” is not entirely correct. Radiation levels are 13 times the safe limit, true, but those limits are sufficiently conservative that there would not be any likely measurable consequence to eating meat with that level of radioactivity.

  7. Johnathan Hughes commented on Pearls Before Swine 7 months ago

    I never saw the point of colouring in in the first place. Seemed to be a waste of time. :)

  8. Johnathan Hughes commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 8 months ago

    I’m Australian, and I’d never heard of Goanna pulling!

    (Goannas we know, of course . . .)

    Might be something that bored folks in country towns do . . .

  9. Johnathan Hughes commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 9 months ago

    The only reason this is surprising is that people have decided that radioactive stuff is dangerous. To be sure, large doses of radiation aren’t good for you; but a chunk of uranium ore is quite harmless. Even refined natural uranium and polonium would be no problem (and they’re usually bound up in a plastic sample case anyway).

    (Science teacher)

  10. Johnathan Hughes commented on Pearls Before Swine 12 months ago

    Well played, sir. :)