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First up, 70 years without food and they want to make a super soldier out of this guy. Wtf?

Indian military analyzes ‘holy man’ who drinks no water, consumes no food

By Lindsay Goldwert
Daily News Writer

Originally Published:Thursday, April 29th 2010, 12:56 PM
Updated: Thursday, April 29th 2010, 12:56 PM

Indian patient Prahlad Jani (Mataji), who claims he has survived  without food and water for more than seven decades, is pictured at  Sterling Hospitals in Ahmedabad on April 26, 2010.
An Indian man has the attention of the Indian military because of his claim that he does not require food or water to survive.

Prahlad Jani claims to a “breatharian,” someone who can live on “spiritual life force.” He says that his powers come from a goddess who pours a magic elixir into a hole in his palate, according to the London Telegraph.

He has been analyzed for the past six days in a hospital in Ahmedabad, Gurjara, and doctors say his body has not yet shown signs of hunger or dehydration despite no drinking or eating.

Doctors will continue observing him for 15 days in which time they would expect to see muscle wastage, serious dehydration, weight loss and likely organ failure.

Most humans cannot go longer than three to five days without water.

Speaking of water, It’s 2010 and the submarines are still segregated?

Ahoy there controversy! Navy to allow women to serve on submarines

BY Richard Sisk

Originally Published:Thursday, April 29th 2010, 4:45 PM
Updated: Thursday, April 29th 2010, 4:49 PM

Melody Tucker, 35, of Anaheim, Calif., climbs up a ladderwell in  the USS Carl Vinso in 2001.


Melody Tucker, 35, of Anaheim, Calif., climbs up a ladderwell in the USS Carl Vinso in 2001.

The century-old ban on women serving with men in the cramped quarters, group bathrooms and shared bunks for enlisted personnel on submarines passed quietly as Congress made no objections to the Navy plan.

Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Lombardo, executive officer of the submarine Alaska, told The Associated Press that “the guys are probably used to walking to the rest room in their boxer shorts and stuff.

“But all in all, I think the adjustments for the crew are going to be minor,” he said.

Women will be integrated slowly into the now all-male submarine service of 13,000 sailors.



Here are two links about demise of the GOP and why the Tea party is hypocritical for not going to Arizona to protest their proposed police state.

That is what they are fighting against.. right?