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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    https://history.google.com/history/

    Set to all time, what sites do you frequent?



    Mines:
    1. Wikipedia
    2. Yahoo
    3. The Student Room
    4. Youtube
    5. BBC
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    I have forgotten my password, even now when I'm signed to my google account on Android. But the history will be something like this

    1 google
    2 Wikipedia
    3 youtube
    4 some educational website*
    5 tsr

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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Wikipedia
    Oxford (probably weblearn)
    Reddit
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    Where is TSR?!
    I was wondering the same :erm:
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    (Original post by Student403)
    I was wondering the same :erm:
    I'm thinking it's probably because you don't get to TSR off google since I think this is only counting the websites you click on from google search results? Maybe? Although that would raise the question why Oxford is so high up because it's not like I'm fanatically googling it every day :lol:
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    (Original post by malign)
    Ok...go on?
    Selective breeding in animals and later plants has been used since dogs were domesticated. Plato is credited with being the first to apply the idea to humans(ie eugenics). The predecessor of the predecessor of Germany doesn't form until after the fall of the Roman Empire, almost a millennium later.
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    porns blocked in saudi lol
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    I'm thinking it's probably because you don't get to TSR off google since I think this is only counting the websites you click on from google search results? Maybe? Although that would raise the question why Oxford is so high up because it's not like I'm fanatically googling it every day :lol:
    Hmm I suppose the wikipedia would make sense. I only ever get to it off google. Same with yahoo answers.

    Can't speak for your Oxford though
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    ur in saudi :eyeball:
    yeah back in england in eight weeks today!!
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    (Original post by morgan8002)
    Selective breeding in animals and later plants has been used since dogs were domesticated. Plato is credited with being the first to apply the idea to humans(ie eugenics). The predecessor of the predecessor of Germany doesn't form until after the fall of the Roman Empire, almost a millennium later.
    Ok. I'm on about the scientific racism. Not animals and plants.
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    (Original post by malign)
    Ok. I'm on about the scientific racism. Not animals and plants.
    If you read my second sentence you'd realise that I was talking about humans.

    What do you need for it to be scientific? Obviously you don't think all eugenics implementations are equal.
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    porns blocked in saudi lol
    proxy servers m8
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    (Original post by morgan8002)
    If you read my second sentence you'd realise that I was talking about humans.

    What do you need for it to be scientific? Obviously you don't think all eugenics implementations are equal.
    Why are you even quoting me? What are you disagreeing with/trying to explain?
    All I'm saying is eugenics=scientific racism, and Japan does it because a German scientist took off with it and shared it with them
    Why are you diverting my point that eugenics is racism, mentioning plants
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    (Original post by malign)
    Why are you even quoting me? What are you disagreeing with/trying to explain?
    All I'm saying is eugenics=scientific racism, and Japan does it because a German scientist took off with it and shared it with them
    Why are you diverting my point that eugenics is racism, mentioning plants
    I disagree with your statement that eugenics is an equivalent term to 'scientific racism' and I also disagree with your statement that it originated in Germany. I also can't find any source that confirms that Japan is still using eugenics: they all say that the last pro-eugenics laws in Japan were abolished in 1996, but I haven't researched too deeply.

    I mentioned selective breeding because an almost identical idea to eugenics has been around for tens of millennia. It just needed someone more than 2000 years ago to change the idea slightly to produce eugenics.
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    I disagree with your statement that eugenics is an equivalent term to 'scientific racism' and I also disagree with your statement that it originated in Germany. I also can't find any source that confirms that Japan is still using eugenics: they all say that the last pro-eugenics laws in Japan were abolished in 1996, but I haven't researched too deeply.

    I mentioned selective breeding because an almost identical idea to eugenics has been around for tens of millennia. It just needed someone more than 2000 years ago to change the idea slightly to produce eugenics.
    Whatever if it's still used or not even though I know it's still used because they ask each other about blood type the same way one here might ask, what's your star sign?
    I have no reason to lie and I don't have time to research what years of knowledge has taught me and years of experience has shown me.

    Almost identical. Still not what I'm on about but ok. Do you want a cookie for pointing it out?

    I didn't say it originated in Germany. I said a German scientist helped introduce it to Japan. And that is the truth, it's Nazi supremacy and they took it to science.

    And it literally is scientific racism, I don't care if you disagree :laugh: not that you've backed up why you disagree, you're just disagreeing to be finicky.
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    1. Wikipedia
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    I haven't been on the Minecraft Forum for a long while; I haven't played the game for a long time either. It is quite interesting though!
 
 
 
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