posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 06:42 PM
Originally posted by doctorvannostren
I heard that too, but did not put 2 and 2 together at the time. I was never going to get it anyhow, especially after reading about the 1976 debacle.
These things are dangerous.
What does anyone think about the comparison made in the video about mercury levels in the vaccine and in a tuna fish sandwich? Does anyone know if
there would be a difference between the mercury in the vaccine and what you would get in fish? Is it a different concentration or purity levels?
It's made me laugh hear them thinking of ways of tricking the public only to see more of them thumbing their nose to the PTB.
There are important differences, between methyl mercury exposure and thimerosal exposure.
Vaccines contains ethyl mercury, which is chemically different from methyl mercury.
The timing and route of exposure are different for these two chemicals.
People usually become exposed to methyl mercury by eating contaminated fish, and methyl mercury can accumulate in the body when contaminated fish are
consumed regularly over time. Exposure to high levels of methyl mercury is toxic and can cause mental retardation, cerebral palsy, and seizures in
children exposed to methyl mercury before birth. Methyl mercury is passed from the mother to the fetus before birth and to infants through breast
milk. The developing brain (before birth) is the most sensitive to damage by methyl mercury.
Prior to the removal of thimerosal from childhood recommended vaccines, infants were exposed to ethyl mercury by intramuscular injection during
vaccination, not by ingestion. Furthermore, infants received thimerosal from childhood vaccines that were administered days or months apart. In
contrast, methyl mercury exposure, primarily from foods, tends to occur over a longer sustained period of time.
IMO the vacination program is likely to be followed up with booster shots. Gotta maximise those profits you know.