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Bisphenol A – BPA

August 23rd, 2010

Piration

There is a very informative and important article over at Age of Treason on BPA for anyone who is interested in learning about it for the first time or wondering what all the hype is about.

This article is also a great read for connecting up the "elite" to the addition of chemicals and other synthetics to our food and drugs for a specific plan of society.

The book is appropriately subtitled; "Food and Liquids Used as a Medium in Deliberately and Carefully Planned Methods Developed by the Vicious Element of Humanity, for the Mental Deterioration and Moral Debasement of the Mass, as a Means Toward Their Enslavement."

Bertrand Russell's 1953 book The Impact of Science on Society is cited by Clymer as one example of the elite's desire to dominate the masses. Russell stated that under scientific tyranny, "Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible."

If you watch the Fox piece on BPA and want to know more check out a good documentary to bring you up on this subject, the hard to find CBC presentation "Disappearing Male".  On show 36 I believe the topic of California gay marriage was brought up, which made me wonder about the numbers of gay and feminate males in society along with the much more manly woman.  I have nothing wrong with people of any consenting sexual persuasion, but I must beg to ask how much has this or other chemicals contributed to this sexual preference?

Today there are continuing concerns as substantial levels of Bisphenol A (BPA) have been found in a large percentage of the western world's population. Like Diethylstilbestrol, BPA is a synthetic estrogen with similar to identical effects on the human body. BPA is perhaps a much larger threat due to the fact that unlike Stilbestrol - which was primarily consumed in meats - it is found in many household products, including the food we eat. A recent study from the Canadian Health Measures Survey found that over 90% of Canadians have detectable concentrations of BPA in their urine. Studies conducted by the CDC found Bisphenol A in the urine of 95% of adults sampled in 1988–1994 and in 93% of children and adults tested in 2003–04. Other studies have shown that Bisphenol A causes feminization of males and reduced sperm count.

Of note here as well is the severe dropping of male to woman ratios in many countries where woman greatly outnumber male partners.  It has been debated if BPA can be linked to this problem of losing so many males by decomposing the Y chromosomes that make males.  Woman still can be born because they are XX and do not rely on the Y chromosome.  There are sides that say no effects were found in light exposure on mice, but can this really equate to the huge attack of this chemical on many products around us on a daily basis?  How many of you have microwaved hot food in plastic even from a frozen dinner?  Drank out of plastic water or soda bottles?  Eaten from canned goods?  There are others with a more open mind of concern towards the issue, and it is becoming more mainstream but far from over.  The worst part about this theory is the word they used to explain what is believed BPA does to chromosomes, it is called Aneugenic.   an - eugenic(s)

More reading

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/80beats/2009/11/17/study-boys-engage-in-less-masculine-play-after-prenatal-chemical-exposure/

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  1. M #
    August 24, 2010

    Interesting… A mate of mine had a very similar theory, that the chemicals in contraceptive pills had found their way into the food chain, were affecting the development of children. It kind of makes sense, considering the pill became commonly used in the late 1970s / early 1980s, so the effects would become apparent about five years ago, which we’ve seen.

    It’s just a theory, which may or may not be correct. But the fact is there’s all these dodgy chemicals in the drinking water, in our food, in the air we breath.

  2. August 24, 2010

    Good work on raising the issue of BPA Piration – I’ve not microwaved food in a plastic container for a long time… come to that I don’t really use a microwave much at all – call me old fashioned but I believe we literally and metaphysically become what we eat.

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