Early rising

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Re: Early rising

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:17 pm

McAz wrote:
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Fletch wrote:And yet knowing everything we do about cancer and radiation, the US (and other westerners) used/use depleted uranium ammunition all over the Middle East and elsewhere. :shake head:

The use of depleted uranium weapons is again causing concern. The people of Kosovo have been alarmed to discover that the conflict there has left radioactive contamination, just as it did in Kuwait nine years ago.
Why do the United States and Britain continue to use a waste product of the nuclear industry in their weapons?


https://www.theguardian.com/world/2000/ ... ade.kosovo


Have you got a job yet? If not why not?


Hiya Vipes - family back yet? :cuppaT:


Manic symptoms again mcaz? Its best you dont post when you are in this stage of your cycle. Look how manic you are getting. Calm.
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Re: Early rising

Postby McAz » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:29 pm

Guest wrote:
McAz wrote:
Guest wrote:
Fletch wrote:And yet knowing everything we do about cancer and radiation, the US (and other westerners) used/use depleted uranium ammunition all over the Middle East and elsewhere. :shake head:

The use of depleted uranium weapons is again causing concern. The people of Kosovo have been alarmed to discover that the conflict there has left radioactive contamination, just as it did in Kuwait nine years ago.
Why do the United States and Britain continue to use a waste product of the nuclear industry in their weapons?


https://www.theguardian.com/world/2000/ ... ade.kosovo


Have you got a job yet? If not why not?


Hiya Vipes - family back yet? :cuppaT:


Manic symptoms again mcaz? Its best you dont post when you are in this stage of your cycle. Look how manic you are getting. Calm.


So she's not come back to you then? :sad:

No problem, be real nice to your other hand. :gigglesnshit:
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Re: Early rising

Postby Fletch » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:35 pm

McAz wrote:
Guest wrote:
Fletch wrote:And yet knowing everything we do about cancer and radiation, the US (and other westerners) used/use depleted uranium ammunition all over the Middle East and elsewhere. :shake head:

The use of depleted uranium weapons is again causing concern. The people of Kosovo have been alarmed to discover that the conflict there has left radioactive contamination, just as it did in Kuwait nine years ago.
Why do the United States and Britain continue to use a waste product of the nuclear industry in their weapons?


https://www.theguardian.com/world/2000/ ... ade.kosovo


Have you got a job yet? If not why not?


Hiya Vipes - family back yet? :cuppaT:


You mean will his poor old mum have him back yet. :Hiya:
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Re: Early rising

Postby McAz » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:45 pm

Fletch wrote:
McAz wrote:
Guest wrote:
Fletch wrote:And yet knowing everything we do about cancer and radiation, the US (and other westerners) used/use depleted uranium ammunition all over the Middle East and elsewhere. :shake head:

The use of depleted uranium weapons is again causing concern. The people of Kosovo have been alarmed to discover that the conflict there has left radioactive contamination, just as it did in Kuwait nine years ago.
Why do the United States and Britain continue to use a waste product of the nuclear industry in their weapons?


https://www.theguardian.com/world/2000/ ... ade.kosovo


Have you got a job yet? If not why not?


Hiya Vipes - family back yet? :cuppaT:


You mean will his poor old mum have him back yet. :Hiya:

I hope she doesn't take him in hand. :ooer:
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Re: Early rising

Postby Nucks » Thu Nov 08, 2018 3:28 pm

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Nucks wrote:You just have to keep trying I guess. It’s a good topic. Cancer is a disease that still baffles us. As Gabby said you get people who live very healthy lifestyles and get cancer and some 90 year old who has smoked like a chimney all their life and never gets it. Maybe they’re underestimating the genetic component. And children get cancer, how are they meant to take precautions? Are we at the mercy of chance and fate?


Is big pharma a barrier to finding a cure for cancer? They make a lot of money out of managing it and next to banking, they are an untrustworthy, wealthy and secretive sector. That includes the agri-chem business as well. Food soaked in roundup can't be good for people.


The good in me cannot seriously entertain the idea of a group of people sitting on a cure for cancer, no matter how lucrative it may be to keep people sick.
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Re: Early rising

Postby Fletch » Thu Nov 08, 2018 3:31 pm

Nucks wrote:
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Nucks wrote:You just have to keep trying I guess. It’s a good topic. Cancer is a disease that still baffles us. As Gabby said you get people who live very healthy lifestyles and get cancer and some 90 year old who has smoked like a chimney all their life and never gets it. Maybe they’re underestimating the genetic component. And children get cancer, how are they meant to take precautions? Are we at the mercy of chance and fate?


Is big pharma a barrier to finding a cure for cancer? They make a lot of money out of managing it and next to banking, they are an untrustworthy, wealthy and secretive sector. That includes the agri-chem business as well. Food soaked in roundup can't be good for people.


The good in me cannot seriously entertain the idea of a group of people sitting on a cure for cancer, no matter how lucrative it may be to keep people sick.


Not sitting on it, just not funding it or using enough/the right sort of people to find the cure.

Having said that, don't for one minute think that big pharma has a conscience. Some within it no doubt do but they have little say in what gets marketed or even funding for development.
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Re: Early rising

Postby Fletch » Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:56 am

5G Corporate Grail. Microwave Radiation

Amidst all the #5G hype, it’s rare to find a blunt statement like this one from Eluxe Magazine’s Jody McCutcheon: “Until now mobile broadband networks have been designed to meet the needs of people. But 5G has been created with machines’ needs in mind, offering low-latency, high-efficiency data transfer…. We humans won’t notice the difference [in data transfer speeds], but it will permit machines to achieve near-seamless communication. Which in itself may open a whole Pandora’s box of trouble for us – and our planet.”

Many scientists would say that box of trouble has already been opened by earlier wireless technologies, which emit health-endangering electromagnetic radiation. As Josh del Sol Beaulieu, creator of the documentary Take Back Your Power, told me by email, “There are literally thousands of published studies that show that even low levels of microwave radiation do cause a biological effect.”

In fact, in March of this year, the scientific peer review of a landmark US National Toxicology Program study on mobile phone radiation and health found that there is “clear evidence” that radiation from mobile phones causes cancer – specifically, a heart tissue cancer in rats, and “some evidence” of cancer in the brain and adrenal glands.

But as Mark Hertsgaard and Mark Dowie reported in The Guardian (July 14, 2018), “Not one major news organization in the US or Europe reported this scientific news.” They attribute that silence to the power of the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA) and the whole wireless industry, which for decades “has been orchestrating a global PR campaign aimed at misleading not only journalists, but also consumers and policymakers about the actual science concerning mobile phone radiation.”

https://www.globalresearch.ca/5g-corpor ... on/5659341
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Re: Early rising

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