Sgt. York

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A whole 24 men? That's what I call an epic study.
 

Mike64

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A whole 24 men? That's what I call an epic study.
And with such profound, groundbreaking results!:D
"What we have found is suggests that the effects of cannabis use on males and their reproductive health are not completely null"
"We don't yet know what that means"
(PS: FTFT...:rolleyes:)
 

ctbaars

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The weed apologists are a little slow this morning ...
 
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The study was a starting point on the epigenetic effects of THC on sperm and is limited by the relatively small number of men involved in the trial, Murphy said. The findings in men also could be confounded by other factors affecting their health, such as their nutrition, sleep, alcohol use and other lifestyle habits.
Well, that seems pretty conclusive and totally supports the thread title.
 

snoopy7548

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Did they record data on the underwear choice of those 24 men? That probably has as larger effect.

I also saw nothing about age.
 
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And with such profound, groundbreaking results!:D
(PS: FTFT...:rolleyes:)
It's meythlation, which isn't a permanent issue. It all depends on the sperm maturing at the time period you would have offending THC in your body.

The reason this isn't terribly conclusive one way or the other, is that methylation studies in themselves are generally very vague. Either there is simply a nonsynonymous mutation (meaning no effective change in amino acid sequence--so no effect whatsoever), or potentially positive or negative effect. Most meythlation studies give us a map of whether or not methylation is occurring at specific sites, or not--but often open about if this actually means anything.
 

sdifox

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Magneto did this. It's his turn everyone into mutant plan.
 

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