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#92232 - 09/26/11 04:35 PM Re: Tala: Ant Egg Oil .. permanently hair free..?? [Re: Michael Bono]
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Reading this months later but I have a question from the people who have relatives with no hair because the ant oil was applied to them as babies. My question is: do they have normal hair growth on the scalp, eyebrows and eyelashes?? I also wonder if they were able to have normal 'hormonal' lives? Isn't hair present because of androgens circulating in the bloodstream? Are these people WITHOUT androgens?????

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#92233 - 09/26/11 05:28 PM Re: Tala: Ant Egg Oil .. permanently hair free..?? [Re: eibaby56]
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“ … the people who have relatives with no hair because the ant oil was applied to them as babies.”

In science this is called a false observation. That is, a person sees two things happening at the same time and concludes that one caused the other. The classic example is the rooster that thinks that he MUST crow, or the sun will not come up. He has experienced this and it seems like a cause and effect.

Other examples could fill a book. The Aztecs cut out human hearts to ensure a good harvest. Hey, it seemed to be working! Or the young man that shaves his chest and then gets more hair. He assumes that shaving caused this.

Putting on ant oil as a baby and then having no hair is a pathetic non-scientific notion that can only be believed by those with pretty low intelligence, and certainly no understanding of science. Sorry, but statement like the above deserve to be rebuked in harsh terms. You need to be shaken up so you can think!

At the moment the entire world seems to be anti-science, anti-technology and anti-engineering. One American political party is fast becoming the “Anti-Science Party,” and that frightens me to the core. Science and Reason are our only salvation. Pray if you must, but send your kids to college for a good education in the sciences. Oh yeah, an forget about the ant oil!

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#92234 - 09/26/11 05:51 PM Re: Tala: Ant Egg Oil .. permanently hair free..?? [Re: Michael Bono]
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How do you make ant oil? Are ants naturally oily?
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#92235 - 09/26/11 06:15 PM Re: Tala: Ant Egg Oil .. permanently hair free..?? [Re: dfahey]
Michael Bono Offline

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Good question Dee,

See, ants drive little cars, Hondas I think. When they take their car in for an oil change, they save the oil ... thus: "Ant oil!"

I know it's a bit of a stretch, but after all this is "show biz."

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#99075 - 05/31/12 07:01 AM Re: Tala: Ant Egg Oil .. permanently hair free..?? [Re: Nika248]
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Originally Posted By: Nika248
Many women in my family had ant eggs rubbed all over their body when they were kids and therefore are hair free.


I feel myself rather stupid, asking this question. But, is it any chance that applying Ant Oil on a child before puberty can prevent hair growth at all? I feel that it is a scam, but maybe if applying it before the first hair emerges, would work? Though, I do doubt in it!

Also, one more question arose from it: assuming that it works on small children and babies. How one knows that enough id enough to apply Ant Oil. Does one needs to apply it on all baby’s body for every single day for years before puberty? (Or my, it is going to be for year!) Or just for one month at from 1 year-old, for example?!

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