From: john on

"D. C. Sessions" <dcs(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote in message
news:f0o9b7-9gt.ln1(a)news.lumbercartel.com...
> In message
> <a94f48ef-72b4-4f90-b7eb-aa388dc027b6(a)b7g2000yqk.googlegroups.com>, Donna
> wrote:
>
>> But, there is proof that thimerosal is a neutoxin, it destroys DNA!
>
> So does distilled water. What are you going to do to avoid damage
> from that source?
>

LOL. These pharma morons. What a life, making out mercury is harmless
http://whale.to/vaccines/thimerosal.htm

Don't say he didn't warn us: The brighter the stupid burns, the more chance
that someone will see the light.


From: Jan Drew on
On May 5, 6:07�am, dr_jeff <u...(a)msu.edu> wrote:
> Jason wrote:
> >>> This is true, known cases of mercury poisoning cause microcephaly not
> >>> macrocephaly, BUT, how do we know its not possible that mercury can
> >>> have this effect on a babies brain development? Do you have scientific
> >>> studies proving mercury doesnt cause macrocephaly? �Does smoking only
> >>> cause lung cancer?
> >> Below, you say you did lots of research. You tell us.
>
> >>>>> If you seen that evidence, you would probably say that it
> >>>>> was just a coincidence that the two lists were similar. However, millions
> >>>>> of people now believe that it is not a coincidence that the lists are
> >>>>> similar or in some cases identical.
> >>>> Believe is the key word. Fact is that autism is *not* caused by mercury
> >>>> or vaccines.
>
> >>>> Jeff
>
> >>> I think Autism is caused by mercury, from observation and from tons of
> >>> research. Sure, its not as severe as congenital mercury poisoning,
> >>> But, I feel children with Autism are the way they are because of heavy
> >>> metals causing damage to a childs brain.
> >> Your research isn't very good then. After mercury was removed from
> >> vaccines, autism rates didn't go down. Nor do epidemiological studies
> >> support your conjecture.
>
> > That's a good point. However, vaccines are NOT the only source of mercury
> > poisoning. For example, fish also contains mercury. If ALL mercury was
> > removed from vaccines, children would still develop autism if they ate
> > fish that contained mercury.
>
> Actually, mercury doesn't cause autism. It causes other types of brain
> damage.
>
> > However, it's the opinion of lots of experts
> > that less children would develop autism since not all children eat fish
> > that contain mercury and many children may NEVER be exposed to mercury.
>
> No, it is not. Mercury doesn't cause autism.
>
> > Almost everyone knows people that are lactose intolerant. There are some
> > experts that believe that some children are mercury intolerant.
>
> Really? What is "mercury intolerance"?
>
> > In other
> > words, they develop a reaction to mercury and that reaction could be
> > autism.
>
> Which experts? Evidence please.
>
> > I have read that there is a test that doctors can conduct to
> > determine if a child has an allergic reaction to mercury.
>
> http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Tests/mercurytests....

From Quack Barrett. Poor not doc.

http://www.chelationtherapyonline.com/articles/p182.htm


Here is the photo of the man behind the web site http://www.quack
(http://www.quack/) quack.com/index.html. He often
attacks various health products and practices by making false claims
about them, as if those claims
came FROM them, and then knocks down these straw men of his own
device.

One of the most ***evil*** people on the web is a former psychiatrist
who lashes out against just
about every possible alternative health product or practice. It is, in
fact, a hall of fame. If you
are mentioned in his pages you can assume you are doing a good job!

He attacks chelation therapy, of course, but he selects a "straw man"
to attack. In other words, the
early explanation of how chelation therapy works is well proven to be
false, even though many people
are still repeating those lies. But, the more thoughtful intravenous
doctors have discarded this
early theory and gone on to the second theory, mentioned on another
page (Click Here).


From: Jan Drew on
On May 5, 6:07�am, dr_jeff <u...(a)msu.edu> wrote:
> Jason wrote:
> >>> This is true, known cases of mercury poisoning cause microcephaly not
> >>> macrocephaly, BUT, how do we know its not possible that mercury can
> >>> have this effect on a babies brain development? Do you have scientific
> >>> studies proving mercury doesnt cause macrocephaly? �Does smoking only
> >>> cause lung cancer?
> >> Below, you say you did lots of research. You tell us.
>
> >>>>> If you seen that evidence, you would probably say that it
> >>>>> was just a coincidence that the two lists were similar. However, millions
> >>>>> of people now believe that it is not a coincidence that the lists are
> >>>>> similar or in some cases identical.
> >>>> Believe is the key word. Fact is that autism is *not* caused by mercury
> >>>> or vaccines.
>
> >>>> Jeff
>
> >>> I think Autism is caused by mercury, from observation and from tons of
> >>> research. Sure, its not as severe as congenital mercury poisoning,
> >>> But, I feel children with Autism are the way they are because of heavy
> >>> metals causing damage to a childs brain.
> >> Your research isn't very good then. After mercury was removed from
> >> vaccines, autism rates didn't go down. Nor do epidemiological studies
> >> support your conjecture.
>
> > That's a good point. However, vaccines are NOT the only source of mercury
> > poisoning. For example, fish also contains mercury. If ALL mercury was
> > removed from vaccines, children would still develop autism if they ate
> > fish that contained mercury.
>
> Actually, mercury doesn't cause autism. It causes other types of brain
> damage.
>
> > However, it's the opinion of lots of experts
> > that less children would develop autism since not all children eat fish
> > that contain mercury and many children may NEVER be exposed to mercury.
>
> No, it is not. Mercury doesn't cause autism.
>
> > Almost everyone knows people that are lactose intolerant. There are some
> > experts that believe that some children are mercury intolerant.
>
> Really? What is "mercury intolerance"?
>
> > In other
> > words, they develop a reaction to mercury and that reaction could be
> > autism.
>
> Which experts? Evidence please.
>
> > I have read that there is a test that doctors can conduct to
> > determine if a child has an allergic reaction to mercury.
>
> http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Tests/mercurytests....

From Quack Barrett. Poor not doc.

http://www.chelationtherapyonline.com/articles/p182.htm


Here is the photo of the man behind the web site http://www.quack
(http://www.quack/) quack.com/index.html. He often
attacks various health products and practices by making false claims
about them, as if those claims
came FROM them, and then knocks down these straw men of his own
device.

One of the most ***evil*** people on the web is a former psychiatrist
who lashes out against just
about every possible alternative health product or practice. It is, in
fact, a hall of fame. If you
are mentioned in his pages you can assume you are doing a good job!

He attacks chelation therapy, of course, but he selects a "straw man"
to attack. In other words, the
early explanation of how chelation therapy works is well proven to be
false, even though many people
are still repeating those lies. But, the more thoughtful intravenous
doctors have discarded this
early theory and gone on to the second theory, mentioned on another
page (Click Here).


From: Jan Drew on
On May 5, 3:09�pm, Mark Probert-Drew <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:

<snip name calling>


From: Jan Drew on
On May 5, 6:07�am, dr_jeff <u...(a)msu.edu> wrote:
> Jason wrote:
> >>> This is true, known cases of mercury poisoning cause microcephaly not
> >>> macrocephaly, BUT, how do we know its not possible that mercury can
> >>> have this effect on a babies brain development? Do you have scientific
> >>> studies proving mercury doesnt cause macrocephaly? �Does smoking only
> >>> cause lung cancer?
> >> Below, you say you did lots of research. You tell us.
>
> >>>>> If you seen that evidence, you would probably say that it
> >>>>> was just a coincidence that the two lists were similar. However, millions
> >>>>> of people now believe that it is not a coincidence that the lists are
> >>>>> similar or in some cases identical.
> >>>> Believe is the key word. Fact is that autism is *not* caused by mercury
> >>>> or vaccines.
>
> >>>> Jeff
>
> >>> I think Autism is caused by mercury, from observation and from tons of
> >>> research. Sure, its not as severe as congenital mercury poisoning,
> >>> But, I feel children with Autism are the way they are because of heavy
> >>> metals causing damage to a childs brain.
> >> Your research isn't very good then. After mercury was removed from
> >> vaccines, autism rates didn't go down. Nor do epidemiological studies
> >> support your conjecture.
>
> > That's a good point. However, vaccines are NOT the only source of mercury
> > poisoning. For example, fish also contains mercury. If ALL mercury was
> > removed from vaccines, children would still develop autism if they ate
> > fish that contained mercury.
>
> Actually, mercury doesn't cause autism. It causes other types of brain
> damage.
>
> > However, it's the opinion of lots of experts
> > that less children would develop autism since not all children eat fish
> > that contain mercury and many children may NEVER be exposed to mercury.
>
> No, it is not. Mercury doesn't cause autism.
>
> > Almost everyone knows people that are lactose intolerant. There are some
> > experts that believe that some children are mercury intolerant.
>
> Really? What is "mercury intolerance"?
>
> > In other
> > words, they develop a reaction to mercury and that reaction could be
> > autism.
>
> Which experts? Evidence please.
>
> > I have read that there is a test that doctors can conduct to
> > determine if a child has an allergic reaction to mercury.
>
> http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Tests/mercurytests....

From Quack Barrett. Poor not doc.

http://www.chelationtherapyonline.com/articles/p182.htm


Here is the photo of the man behind the web site http://www.quack
(http://www.quack/) quack.com/index.html. He often
attacks various health products and practices by making false claims
about them, as if those claims
came FROM them, and then knocks down these straw men of his own
device.

One of the most ***evil*** people on the web is a former psychiatrist
who lashes out against just
about every possible alternative health product or practice. It is, in
fact, a hall of fame. If you
are mentioned in his pages you can assume you are doing a good job!

He attacks chelation therapy, of course, but he selects a "straw man"
to attack. In other words, the
early explanation of how chelation therapy works is well proven to be
false, even though many people
are still repeating those lies. But, the more thoughtful intravenous
doctors have discarded this
early theory and gone on to the second theory, mentioned on another
page (Click Here).


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