marți, 2 septembrie 2014

"mamica.ro"

http://www.mamica.ro/fluorul-si-suplimentele-cu-fluor/
"Fluorul este un substanta naturala pe care oamenii si-o procura din apa (acolo unde aceasta este imbogatita cu fluor) si unele alimente, avand rolul de a intari smaltul dintilor si proteja impotriva cariilor dentare. In alte tari (SUA, Australia) apa distribuita populatiei este imbogatita cu fluor."
In alte tari avansate, se pune "un substanta naturala" direct in apa potabila a oraselor. Cat progres! Anti-carii! Au grija sa ne spuna ca e "substanta naturala". Daca e naturala, cu siguranta totul e ok. 

Fluorul nu e o substanta, e un element. Oamenii nu si-l "procura din apa", de parca ar avea nevoie (fluorul nu are nici un rol in organism), decat daca n-au altfel de apa, si beau apa cu fluor de nevoie. Sau, in "tarile dezvoltate" (ferme de oameni) - sunt tratati cu fluor.

Stiati ca fluorul se pune in apa de baut in zeci de tari de pe glob, si in unele cazuri (Anglia, Spania), si in sare si in lapte? Prin ce "coincidenta" minune, atatea guverne au hotarat sa-si trateze populatiile in acest mod foarte socialist, si fara sa se laude prea mult cu inventia lor?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dental_fluorosis
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skeletal_fluorosis

The histological changes which are induced through fluorine on rats resemble those of humans.[11] That has been observed in an experiment with young and old rats. NaF was dissolved in their drinking water. Young rats have shown to be more susceptible to skeletal Fluorosis, because their bones react faster with the fluorine. Further aspects are major changes in teeth morphology, defects on dental enamel and abrasion of the incisors and porous compression of the upper and lower jaw.

 As of now, there are no established treatments for skeletal fluorosis patients.[12] However, it is reversible in some cases, depending on the progression of the disease. If fluorine intake is stopped, the fluorine existing in bone structures will deplete and be excreted via urine. However, it is a very slow process to eliminate the fluorine from the body completely. Minimal results are seen in patients. Treatment of side effects is also very difficult. For example, a patient with a bone fracture cannot be treated according to standard procedures, because the bone is very brittle. In this case, recovery will take a very long time and a pristine healing is aleatory

Pentru mai multe informatii, vedeti eticheta "fluor".

http://fluoridealert.org/issues/health/
"Fluoride is a highly toxic substance. Consider, for example, the poison warning that the FDA now requires on all fluoride toothpastes sold in the U.S. or the tens of millions of people throughout China and India who now suffer serious crippling bone diseases from drinking water with elevated levels of fluoride.

In terms of acute toxicity (i.e., the dose that can cause immediate toxic consequences), fluoride is more toxic than lead, but slightly less toxic than arsenic. This is why fluoride has long been used in rodenticides and pesticides to kill pests like rats and insects. It is also why accidents involving over-ingestion of fluoridated dental products–including fluoride gels, fluoride supplements, and fluoridated water–can cause serious poisoning incidents, including death.

The debate today, however, is not about fluoride’s acute toxicity, but its chronic toxicity (i.e., the dose of fluoride that if regularly consumed over an extended period of time can cause adverse effects)."
Studiu de la Harvard, in legatura cu neuro-toxicitatea fluorului.
"Fluoride seems to fit in with lead, mercury, and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain,” Grandjean says. “The effect of each toxicant may seem small, but the combined damage on a population scale can be serious, especially because the brain power of the next generation is crucial to all of us."

Deloc, asta se doreste. O populatie bolnava si proasta.

vineri, 29 august 2014

Conceptul continuu

http://paimei02.blogspot.ro/2010/08/continuum-concept.html
"A decide ce trebuie să facă o persoană, indiferent de vârstă, este în afara repertoriului de comportamente Yekuana. Există mare interes în ce face fiecare, dar nici un impuls de a influenţa – cu atât mai puţin a constrânge – pe cineva. Voinţa copilului este forţa lui motivatoare. Nu există sclavie – cum altfel poate fi descrisă impunerea voinţei unei persoane asupra alteia şi contrângerea prin ameninţare sau pedeapsă. "

joi, 28 august 2014

Dutch Intellectuals Apologize to Putin for Lies on MH17, Syria, Ukraine…

http://stevenbrownsblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/28/dutch-intellectuals-apologize-to-putin-for-lies-on-mh17-syria-ukraine/


ODD (oppositional defiance disorder)

http://www.politicalears.com/blog/government-arresting-people-for-antiobama-facebook-posts/
One particularly troubling mental health label being applied to veterans and others who challenge the status quo is “oppositional defiance disorder” (ODD). As journalist Anthony Martin explains, an ODD diagnosis

“denotes that the person exhibits ‘symptoms’ such as the questioning of authority, the refusal to follow directions, stubbornness, the unwillingness to go along with the crowd, and the practice of disobeying or ignoring orders. Persons may also receive such a label if they are considered free thinkers, nonconformists, or individuals who are suspicious of large, centralized government… At one time the accepted protocol among mental health professionals was to reserve the diagnosis of oppositional defiance disorder for children or adolescents who exhibited uncontrollable defiance toward their parents and teachers.”

miercuri, 27 august 2014

Abigail & Brittany Hensel - The Twins Who Share a Body


Gardul pentru iepuri


Imdb

Dupa o poveste reala.

http://www.landmarktheatres.com/Stories/rabbit_frame.html
"At Jigalong I meet 86 year-old Molly Craig and her sister, Daisy Kadibill Craig. Seventy years previously they had walked 2,400km across the desert that I’ve just traversed for three days in an air-conditioned 4-wheel drive. Molly’s face is etched by the desert winds. But it’s the legs that one cannot help but notice. The legs of a thoroughbred. Long and strong. Molly made the journey twice. The second time she carried her infant daughter, rescued from capture after the authorities had seized her own children. A year later, the Chief Protector of Aborigines would order the youngster to be seized again. In 2001, Molly still waits for little Anabell to come home.

Molly and Daisy are but two of the tens of thousands of indigenous children forcibly removed from their families over a seventy year period in what a 1997 judicial inquiry would label ‘genocide.'