posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 03:42 PM
In 1995, the "Fluoridation Conspiracy" was not well known to the public. It did exist, I have seen old publications from the 60s and 70s talking
about it when I did research on the subject before. But it was overall a pretty uncommon knowledge until recent times.
In recent times it has become quite a big one and went 'mainstream', and all over there are recommendations to actually lower fluoride levels in
water and other products, some toothpaste brands sell non-fluoridated versions now just because the niche market is growing quickly.
The evidence that it (fluoride) is dangerous and damaging to the human body (eg-fluorosis) is pretty damning and difficult to dispute. So score
another one for SJ.
This subject also, the Crystal Skull topic, was also rather unknown for the most part back in the day. Although it was heard of within groups of
people interested in oddities and such for decades prior. A good example is the Arthur C Clarke show Mysterious World did cover the subject and helped
popularize it a bit.
That Crystal Skull topic has become very hotly debated and popular in recent times on the Internet, and is discussed around ATS all the time. So again
SJ hits the mark perfectly, and essentially was talking about the ATS bread and butter way ahead of the mainstream. These subjects are certainly
mainstream now though. (TY Internet!)