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      NEWS: Discord Server & Clubs (aka Groups) are back!   08/19/17

      Hello everyone I'm back with a couple big updates! Firstly we now have a Discord server, this is a real-time chat messaging client you can run on your phone, desktop, or anywhere. It's a pretty powerful desktop application that enables people to chat together, and with multiple channels you can find people interested in what you're interested in. If you don't already have a Discord account it's pretty easy to get one, just click the following invite link to get started: https://discord.gg/Ahzu9jC Secondly I'm proud to announce the return of Groups, it's been renamed to Clubs and is now available here: https://muscle-growth.org/clubs/. This system is entirely user generated and allows users to create groups of their own based on any subject they want. Go ahead and try it now, visit the link above to get started if you want to create or join a group!   As always thank you to all of our donators and Patreon contributors who keep the forums going! 

JeffXeno

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    Muscle, Science & Tecnology, German Cars, and other stuff...
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    6'5" (196cm) 235 pounds (106kg)
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    Replacement site for the original Evolution Forums.
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    Peter Molnar, Dennis Wolf, Ronny Rockel, Stuart Core, Kevin Levrone, Matt Mendenhall, others...
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    The Profile is real, but my profile image is not me.

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  1. Might as well put this here too: https://medium.com/@anthonyroberts/rich-pianas-autopsy-630ccb12ca33 Rich Piana’s Autopsy The results are in…and they’re not what you’d expect. anthonyrobertsNov 8 Florida’s District Six Medical Examiner has completed Rich Piana’s autopsy (read the full report at MuckRock). Here’s what got reported: an enlarged heart (and “significant heart disease”) mild coronary atherosclerosis (plaque buildup on the artery walls) fatty liver congested thyroid congested kidneys discolored kidneys ischemic brain tissue (i.e. brain tissue that had lost blood supply) necrotic brain tissue (i.e. dead cells) brain edema (swelling) ascites (accumulation of protein-containing fluid in the abdomen) In addition, by far the lengthiest part of the autopsy’s notes concerned his lungs, which were filled with fluid and swollen (bronchopneumonia pleural effusion wih edema), showed apparent fat emboli and micro-abscesses, plus displayed both acute and chronic inflammatory cells. No cause or manner of death is given. And it would be nearly impossible to determine cause of death with any certainty, as a result of Piana’s severe heart disease and admitted (performance enhancing) drug use — plus the fact that he survived in a coma for 18 days in the hospital. No toxicology tests were administered because the hospital discarded the specimens, despite an explicit request that they be retained.
  2. https://medium.com/@anthonyroberts/dallas-mccarver-autopsy-5ec5f959163d Dallas McCarver: Autopsy anthonyrobertsNov 28 Dallas McCarver, IFBB professional bodybuilder, died after an unwitnessed cardiac event contributed to by of combination of coronary atherosclerosis (a buildup of plaque in the arteries) and an enlarged left ventricle (a thickening of the heart muscle that causes it to work harder). McCarver had a family history of cardiovascular disease including both hypertension and atherosclerosis. Dallas was found on the floor in his living room with food scattered around his body shortly after midnight on August 22nd, 2017. Paramedics were called and he arrived at the hospital in full cardiac arrest. He was pronounced dead at 1:03 A.M. An autopsy was performed the following day. Noted at the time of autopsy was an enlarged liver and kidneys, nephrosclerosis (a hardened kidney), heavy lungs, and a papillary thyroid carcinoma. Prior medical history includes cholesterol issues (high LDL/ low HDL), elevated aminotransferase levels, a chronic cough and shortness of breath, and childhood asthma. His testosterone levels were very high. Trenbolone metabolites were also present. Screening for additional steroids was negative, although he tested positive for caffeine and marijuana metabolites (neither of which are mentioned as contributing factors in his death). No other recreational drugs or narcotics were present. Also noted (but neither tested for, nor listed as a contributing factor in Dallas’ death) was a prior history of hGH and insulin use.
  3. United Kingdom General Election 2017

    Social progress happens as old people die off. Medicine has just gotten too damn good, and we are living too long for our own good.
  4. I removed the John Wessinger images from my Flickr site. I apologize that I infringe on your rights. Thanks for letting me know.

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  6. Gym & Depression

    Lots of good advice here, and to that I would like to add: 1) Try to spend 20-30 minutes a day in the sun. I'm not talking about sun bathing, but just being out side, getting sun on your face and your other exposed skin. This can be more helpful than most people realize. Read a book on a park bench, take your dog for a walk, or whatever works for you. 2) If you can, don't wait to feel better before you change your behavior. Change your behavior, and the better feelings will follow. It sounds so simple, but this can be really hard to accomplish. Push through it, if you can, 3) If you haven't done it, talk to your Doctor. Depression is a medical condition, and sometimes medication can actually help the situation. I think we tend to over prescribe psych meds these days, but sometime they really do help. Good Luck!
  7. Hey dude. Checked out your flickr ... very impressive collection. Kudos for all the work you put into it.

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