posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 11:56 AM
WHy is it so hard for folks to figure out this is garbage. 11,000+ cleanup workers, most transient, were all tracked down and a determination was
made if they were dead or alive? Come on. That in itself isn't possible.
Merle Savage is selling 2 books which make the claim. She said, "I found out about toxic chemicals and detoxed myself with a lemon juice
concoction," she said. "And I sleep on a blanket with magnets in it. It gets your system back in shape."
Uh yeah ok. Oozes credibility.
The average lifespan of an alaskan native is 7 years shorter than the rest of americans.
It was also said the lifespan of the cleanup workers was 51 years old. Sonce this was 20 years ago I doubt old folks cleaned up the spills. So those
who died probably died young. And when factoring in a lifespan they aren't counting those who are still alive so the statistics are skewed. A
proper estimate can't be given until they are all dead.
The dispersants used for the valdez were different than the ones used in the gulff. The corexit shoreline cleaner contained several "deadly"
- 2-butoxyethanol: In your home, you find this in Windex and Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner.
- Propylene glycol: Found in Avalon Organics hand lotion, Right Guard Sport antiperspirant, and Duncan Hines Moist Deluxe cake mix.
- Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate: Found in Ex-Lax stool softener, De Flea pet shampoo, and Physicians Formula face cream
Remember the sites motto. Deny ignorance. No link on the cnn site. no written piece by cnn. Impossible to trackdown 11000 transients. Average age
of death is a lie. Fact-at least 3000 of the workers are still alive. Probably closer to 10k still alive, but you can't track em all down.
Research people. I still haven't gotten a response from cnn.