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  #572597 24-Jan-2012 07:43
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This thread reaffirms that Conspiracy theories have nothing to do with fact but are all to do with emotion.




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  #572604 24-Jan-2012 08:10
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cgrew:
freitasm: "To stop the approval of aspartame ... back in 1996".


Why did NutraSweet take so long to get approved though?   


Because, unlike the "source" you provided, it needs to go through scientific tests for years, like any other drugs for human consumption.

cgrew: 
freitasm: Aspartame was released in 1974.


Not to the public though.   


Because it was waiting approval. It doesn't mean anything.

cgrew: 
freitasm: I rather believe a scientific study than a source who believes the whole thing is a Rumsfeld conspiracy... Now THAT is a conspiracy theory. Next they will say Rumsfeld used aspartame in 9/11. 


Do you know of any benefits Donald Rumsfeld brought to American society? 


And does this has to do with anything? We could easily list millions of people who never brought any specific benefit to anyone or any specific country. There's probably just a disagreement with his policies going on by your comment, and although I disagree with Mr Rumsfeld's views, YOU are the one who should support your question with facts.




 
 
 
 


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  #572895 24-Jan-2012 18:48
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Well you guys drink diet coke for the remainder of your life & see what happens ;-)

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  #572897 24-Jan-2012 18:51
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freitasm: Because it was waiting approval. It doesn't mean anything.

 
Didn't aspartame get denied by the FDA several times though?


Are you actually trying to say that consuming aspartame or "nutrasweet" well have no human health impacts whatsoever? ? Regardless of all the scientific studies you've fronted up.. 

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"Fluoride uptake in vascular walls was demonstrated in 361 sites of 54 (96%) patients, whereas calcification was observed in 317 sites of 49 (88%) patients. Significant correlation between fluoride uptake and calcification was observed in most of the arterial walls"

Does not sound good and why is the general public being forced medication?

Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21946616

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  #573095 25-Jan-2012 10:10
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Various studies have shown correlation between the intake of Earths atmosphere and disease. Models have shown  100% incidents of illness when the test subjects are exposed to these elements.

Yet the use of our atmosphere for the induction of oxygen is still mandatory.




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  #573096 25-Jan-2012 10:13
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codyc1515: "Fluoride uptake in vascular walls was demonstrated in 361 sites of 54 (96%) patients, whereas calcification was observed in 317 sites of 49 (88%) patients. Significant correlation between fluoride uptake and calcification was observed in most of the arterial walls"

Does not sound good and why is the general public being forced medication?


I know it doesn't sound good, but what people don't put in those studies is the conduit for all this fluoride is actually dihydrogen monoxide, which is known to cause death under certain circumstances. 
 




 
 
 
 


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  #573099 25-Jan-2012 10:16
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freitasm:
codyc1515: "Fluoride uptake in vascular walls was demonstrated in 361 sites of 54 (96%) patients, whereas calcification was observed in 317 sites of 49 (88%) patients. Significant correlation between fluoride uptake and calcification was observed in most of the arterial walls"

Does not sound good and why is the general public being forced medication?


I know it doesn't sound good, but what people don't put in those studies is the conduit for all this fluoride is actually dihydrogen monoxide, which is known to cause death under certain circumstances. 
 

Yeah, real funny. Keep taking your fluoride..

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  #573101 25-Jan-2012 10:21
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dihydrogen monoxide is damn tricky stuff to deal with  especially those who are a bit wet behind the ears




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as an interesting side note, recent studies have shown that burnt food(crispy steak etc) can dramatically increase the chance of cancer in rats, and apparantly even more dramatically with humans
its the carbon intake that does it.. very commen around here carbon, as i see it everything can be a poison in the right dosage.

you just have to balance the benefits with the detriments.. and your life enjoyment haha

after all no one lives forever





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cgrew:
gzt:  On the second one the two trails are definitely at different altitudes giving an apparent size difference, and no doubt a different vapor concentration as well.
If you are looking for good evidence of chemtrails, this is not it.



At what altitude would the condensation spread like that? 

Must be time for a comedy break...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98hO97ky-sA

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  #573400 26-Jan-2012 07:28
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codyc1515:
freitasm:
codyc1515: "Fluoride uptake in vascular walls was demonstrated in 361 sites of 54 (96%) patients, whereas calcification was observed in 317 sites of 49 (88%) patients. Significant correlation between fluoride uptake and calcification was observed in most of the arterial walls"

Does not sound good and why is the general public being forced medication?


I know it doesn't sound good, but what people don't put in those studies is the conduit for all this fluoride is actually dihydrogen monoxide, which is known to cause death under certain circumstances. 
 

Yeah, real funny. Keep taking your fluoride..



Not to mention Trans fats as well, I would suggest taking it in large amounts - good for the brain right?  

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  #573607 26-Jan-2012 14:05
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I was diagnosed with dental fluorosis because of my exposure to water fluoridation.  We had a plumber install a fluoride filter and install a special tap just for me.  My parents still swear by it for some reason.  When we were on tank water as a child, I was fed fluoride supplements.
The theory that ingesting fluoride actually helps is very dated.  Its damaging teeth, lowering our IQ, and generally doing nasty things.

It is forced medication, which violates the basic human right to choice.  Only a fool would support it.  To those who haven't done their research, look in to it.  You may be surprised.





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  #573612 26-Jan-2012 14:12
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DravidDavid: I was diagnosed with dental fluorosis because of my exposure to water fluoridation.  [snip]  When we were on tank water as a child, I was fed fluoride supplements.


Need some clarification here then. It is possible that the fluorosis was caused by a possible excess of fluoride supplements given to you as a child and not from the public water system.

Can you ascertain which one was the cause?







 




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  #573615 26-Jan-2012 14:14
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I would imagine it was my exposure to fluoride over all.  Bottom line is, fluoride is bad news, and its in your water supply!





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