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Posted: Dec 15 2005, 01:28 PM
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I was looking around around and stumbled on this old article. It was really interesting.

Of US By American 'Industry'
- 24 BILLION Pounds Yearly

By Lucy Chubb


(Note - The very same non-stop catastrophic destruction of the Earth is occurring worldwide 24 hours a day. Do you see the 'captains of industry' staying up at night worrying about it? Do you see any serious efforts to curtail the terminal annihilation of the environment? Do you see greed taking a back seat to our survival as a species? Not a chance. -jr)

A new report release Thursday finds that U.S. industry releases enough neurological and developmental toxins to fill railroad cars stretching from New York City to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Every year, U.S. industry releases about 24 billion pounds of toxic substances that are believed to cause developmental and neurological problems in children.

That amount could fill a string of railroad cars stretching from New York City to Albuquerque, New Mexico, and yet there are no emissions standards for these harmful chemicals.

This alarming finding is one of many in Polluting Our Future: Chemical Emissions in the U.S. that Affect Child Development and Learning, a joint report released Thursday by the National Environmental Trust, Physicians for Social Responsibility and the Learning Disabilities Association.

"That is the most startling thing," said Jeff Wise, policy director for NET. "The amount and how little we know about the chemicals."

The collaborative effort to produce Polluting Our Future came about in response to recent reports issued by the National Academy of Sciences. These studies indicate a growing consensus among leading scientists that neurological and developmental toxins are responsible for a wide range of physical and mental problems among children.

Polluting Our Future looks closely, for the first time ever, at the scope and sources of neurological and developmental air pollutants.

"This is the first complete snapshot we've ever had of toxic pollution in this country that can affect the way that children's bodies and brains develop," said Wise.

Nearly one in every six, or about 12 million, children in the United States suffers from at least one developmental, learning or behavioral disability such as mental retardation, birth defects, autism or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Polluting Our Future determines that about one in every 200 American children, or more than 360,000, live with developmental or neurological disabilities caused by exposure to toxic substances includingdevelopmental and neurological toxins.

The report also includes information about releases of developmental and neurological toxins on a national level, a ranking of all the 50 states, and data about the top releasing counties, industries and facilities across the country. All figures are gleaned from data reported by industry to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as is required by law.

According to industry-reported data used in the report, Louisiana and Texas emit the most developmental and neurological toxins to air and water. Tennessee, Ohio, Illinois, Georgia, Virginia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida each release a significant amount of these toxins as well.

Electric utilities, chemical manufacturers and the makers of paper, metal and plastics are the largest emitters of neurological and developmental toxins nationwide.

The researchers also found that African Americans are disproportionately affected by the release of developmental and neurological toxins. In 14 out of the 25 counties across the nation found to emit the most of these chemicals, African American populations exceed the U.S. average.

The authors of Polluting Our Future stress that policies must be put in place to lower the health risk for children from neurological and developmental toxins. This would include pre-market screening of new chemicals, stringent testing of substances already on the market, labeling, better pollution reporting, more controls for emissions from electric power plants and exposure and disease monitoring.

Have a look at the links they are good too, very interesting.

winkNEW.gif It makes you wonder though , HOW MUCH WE DO NOT KNOW



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Posted: Dec 15 2005, 03:26 PM
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Hi Darkraveness, yes imagine how much you don't know about. But the information is available to those who seek. But when you find out how bad it really is, usually your next step is to usually ask yourself, "Why?"

For example:

Lead has been known to be harmful and hazardous to animals and humans for a very long time and yet...

Why was lead used for cans in packaging foods?

Why was lead used in paint for the insides of our homes, schools, workplaces and hospitals?

Why was lead used in gasoline?

The same for asbestos.

Asbestos was known to be harmful and deadly several centuries ago by the royal families who used it for their napkins.

Yet, asbestos was used for "our protection" as a fireproofing material in our homes, workplaces, schools and hospitals.

Mercury is yet another substance known to be harmful and even deadly to humans.

And yet, mercury was used in our vaccines.
(Thimerasol - a preservative)

Mercury was also put into our mouths by our loving dentists as Silver/Mercury Amalgam tooth fillings.

These 3 things; Lead, Asbestos and Mercury should give you a good clue that if it is known to be harmful, then it shall be used on the unsuspecting public.

Then think about Fluoride, Aspartame and Teflon.

"Ye shall know them by their fruits"
~ Matthew 7:16

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US to probe mercury risk in canned tuna:

Sat Dec 31, 2005

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will investigate reports that some canned tuna sold in the United States may contain species with potentially dangerous levels of mercury, a top agency official told the Chicago Tribune in an article on Saturday

David Acheson, the FDA's chief medical officer, was quoted by the paper as saying his agency would review the possibility that some cans of "light tuna" contain yellowfin tuna, a potentially high-mercury species.

"We will definitely look at it through our office of seafood and determine whether there is something that requires further action," Acheson was quoted as saying.

The FDA recommends U.S. consumers eat more light, or skipjack, tuna, than white, or albacore, tuna, because skipjack is a smaller fish that tends to be less tainted by the toxic metal than its larger cousin.

But in a three-part series published earlier this month, the Tribune reported that yellowfin tuna, another large tuna species which the government has identified as a high-mercury fish, was being packaged and sold as light tuna in as many as 180 million cans of each year.

The tuna industry has disputed the Tribune's reports and insists that no one is at risk from the minute amounts of mercury they acknowledge is found in their products.

In the Tribune story Saturday, David Burney, the executive director of the U.S. Tuna Foundation, said the industry would cooperate with the FDA inquiry but called the concerns about yellowfin "a non-issue."

What do you think? Is it a "non-issue"?



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