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Author Topic: Another Mercury Bombshell  (Read 18212 times)

Offline sushimoto

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« Reply #15 on: February 11, 2009, 03:48:07 PM »
Plopp. Belongs not here. BUT.

Besides of its toxicity,
what can mercury do for us with technically aspects?

There are some lamps, thermometers and switches...

I am constantly wondering, if the somehow extraordinary
features of this element applies some more possibilities ?

I hardly can find something about its further technical abilities in
terms of electromagnetic and gravitomechanical experiments.

I do like this "Quicksilver" somehow.
And i have some.  8)


Offline Koen1

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Re: Another Mercury Bombshell
« Reply #16 on: February 13, 2009, 01:52:14 PM »
Well since that Wiki page doesn't really give much proper info on (M)SG,
here's a link to a site with extensive and clear info about sodium glutamate:

(why does everyone call it "MONO sodium glutamate"? Is it not common
practise in chemistry to simply not state the mono and assume everything
is mono unless preceded by di, tri, etc? We don't call salt "mono-sodium mono-chloride",
do we? And who speaks of "monocarbon dioxide"?)

But indeed, too many of our food items contain large quantities of various chemicals
that really should not be in there.
Cookies are made of flour, water, sugar, some salt, and if you want maybe butter or oil,
perhaps egg or milk. If your cookie wrapper says it also contains E123, E234, E345, E456,
etcetera etcetera, you may wonder how little of those real ingredients are in there that they
need to fill it up with the other junk.
Our food producers are just as bad as those f*cknuts in China who put tonnes of poisonous
melamine plastic powder into dairy products and pet food just to get those extra couple
of cents per shipped pallet, while knowingly poisoning many thousands of babies, children,
and animals. Our western producers are just slightly better at choosing poisons that have
been OKed by the FDA and similar organisations, instead of material that is officially classified

For those interested, here's a link to an older article (2002) about the secrets of processed
foods and its poisons. Read it and discover why you should lay off the rice crispies. ;)


Offline PYRODIN123321

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Re: Another Mercury Bombshell
« Reply #17 on: August 11, 2009, 03:33:04 PM »
Your right Koen
I try not to eat much processed stuff, I figure the food industry is just that an industry-motivated by money, and sometimes that's a good thing but most times its a bad motivator....leads to bad choices....
organic extruded cereal I don't think would be too bad if it wasn't heated too much, the puffing process might be bad though....I did not read the whole article-no time @ work-it seems a little fearmongerish but is probably close to the truth.....

Also people always dive right in when the FDA (Freakin Dickhead Arseholes) approves something,  their judgement may be skewed for various reasons, their motives for one and also the longterm effects of a lot of stuff can't be determined in a just a few years.
Birthcontrol did a lot of damage, Fluoride in the water, people always love to poison themselves? Tradition I guess, babies don't need fluoride-
What the hell do they know right?
You got GMOs in everything now too...
I think I'd rather not eat crap you need a chemistry set to make.
K.I.S.S. right?


love this site....

Offline PYRODIN123321

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Re: Another Mercury Bombshell
« Reply #18 on: August 11, 2009, 03:42:12 PM »
One good thing about the greed system, If people stop buying the crap and always go for the good stuff, it becomes more available because there's more money to be made selling it....forcing greedy people to do things right...if only to make more money.

I expect to see a lot of organic fraud in the near future probably be a "Barbra Walters Investigates" special or something.....