15 Jun LEAD IN AVIATION FUEL.FLUORIDATION & LEAD | admin
Some pilots seem inclined to dismiss this problem entirely. 22 Nov. 2017 Aviation fuel sniffing in Arnhem Land sparks health emergency warning ...
For millennia lead has held a deep attraction for painters, builders, chemists and winemakers - but it's done untold harm - especially to children. A number of factors are involved in the extent to which lead enters the drinking water, including: the chemistry of the water (acidity and...READ MORE
The estimates of 83 million Americans taking drugs like Prozac ♦ for depression and 11 million children on Ritalin♦ for hyperactivity indicate it is time to reconsider the role of brain chemistry in social behaviour and violent behaviour. ♦ Both contain fluoride See also on the same topic ⇓ THE PINEAL...READ MORE
"…There are about 400 children born every year in Mount Isa and about 11 per cent of those children, according to the last blood lead study, have a blood lead level in excess of the current acceptable guideline value…" The Environmental Protection Agency states on their website that exposure...READ MORE
Surely, then, it would be prudent to avoid even "a little bit of lead," assuming that's all fluoridation contributes. But the evidence shows it's much more than that. Original → HERE ← The fluosilicates are the by-products of the phosphate fertilizer industry. In the manufacture of this kind of fertilizer, phosphorus is obtained from...READ MORE
In all three populations studied, those children in each racial category and each age group who were highly likely to be exposed to silicofluorides differ strongly in levels of blood lead from those not exposed. At present, U.S. public water systems serving over 140 million people are fluoridated with...READ MORE