If, you follow the rabbit trail of links throughout the articles, there are some citations eventually, but none seem to be of any major qualitative substance or even pertinent to the main point of the OP. I can link random scientific journal articles all day long to “substantiate” my research/perspective, but a discerning reader such as Prism will see right through it. The general public? Not so much normally and that’s why anyone with a website or Facebook account can convince the undiscerning reader. I see it all the time with general news stories and in my old field within the humanities.Without citations, it's the same as FB research.
Moderators can check the IP address and if it is the same IP address for both accounts I would assume they could notify the user and correct the issue. I think having more then one user ID could substantiate trolling.An aside- are you also Jeff S? You both came here around the same time, and both seem to be set on the same general positions...
Accounts of all users are verified at time of Registration, these are two different users from two different locations.Moderators can check the IP address and if it is the same IP address for both accounts I would assume they could notify the user and correct the issue. I think having more then one user ID could substantiate trolling.
Soylent Green- made of euthanized humans. Not corn.
(You must be my age.. when I was senior in HS my English class went to see this movie as an example of dystopian fiction... )
EVERYONE has a motive. I don't need to track your graphs down to know they too have motives. The FB group you refer to is owned by the biggest promoter of Royal Canin. He's always going to have a motive in that he is probably being subsidized by RC.
You might hate Purina, but in reality, PPP is one of the few foods with zero cases of DCM. And you don't show your dogs, but in reality, PPP is one of the biggest 'show dog' foods- and those dogs are clearly not suffering -as is evidenced by their excellent coats, teeth, body tone. And in real life we are all pro "whatever-we feed"... but unless "we" are formally educated in canine nutrition, "we" are only offering an uneducated opinion. And opinions are colored by experiences but in science, experience is something we control for. Do we all know or offer our controls too when posting on a forum such as this? Not usually. People often believe their opinion is gold by virtue of their experience. So when one is looking to find an experience perspective, one needs to hit up the folks who've successfully raised hundreds of dogs.That, or look to agencies doing research and seek to find their errs in study setup. That's MY opinion.