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Common chemical makes male mice female-ish

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posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 02:00 PM
This is not about feminizing men. It is a deliberate act of poisoning people to make them infertile. Remember the Guidestones? Population control is one of their goals. If they can get us to the point where only Elite sperm works, they've won. And it doesn't look like it's far-off. BPA is only one of their bio-weapons. I can't stop thinking about a speech I watched David de Rothschild give once. He was drinking fancy bottled water with a fancy label all throughout it. The bottle was glass... not plastic. Clearly he knows.

But what can li'l ol' us do about it? If we had the power to change this, to get toxins like these out of our food and water, it would be done by now. Instead it just keeps getting worse. It's like they have all the scientists on their side. What to do, what to do... maybe we need to pretend that life is just a re-enactment of Flowers In The Attic, authority figures poisoning children to get rid of them... and what was the kids' solution? Exposure. Showing everyone what monsters the authority figures were. Oh wait, we've already done that, and nobody seems to care...

Guess we're just screwed. Sayonara, humanity.

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 02:39 PM

Originally posted by AuranVector

Originally posted by Forevever

See, thats why I was totally serious about the chicks digging skinny white dudes (cause the homosexuality topic is lame, most of the gay guys I know are buff)
seems like the perfect reason for the rise in Goth type Emos (and I was digging that look in the 80's, way before they labeled it Goth or Emo)

Maybe some females are less threatened by Goth type Emos. Aren't Goth type Emos supposed to be more sensitive and less violent?

Between you and the immediate post above this one from ThoughtProvoker, I think there is hope for humanity yet!

To you, I agree, that would be some of the reason girls go for those types - in the past I mostly attributed the attraction to the vampire craze, the rebellion factor, or in my case... I just loved the long hair - I personally liked the skateboarders and the metalheads more than the goth/emos though

To ThoughtProvoker - tell me you read all 5 books and didn't see that HORRIBLE movie!!! (but I love your analogy of how the dirty little secret is slowly being poisoned)

♥ Stars for both of you!

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 03:03 PM
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tell me you read all 5 books and didn't see that HORRIBLE movie!!! (but I love your analogy of how the dirty little secret is slowly being poisoned)

Sadly, I haven't read them, no. The movie is my only exposure. Reading takes so much more time...
But yeah, it is like either the elites are copying that story, or the story copied the elites. I'm sure a lot of "fiction" involves the author trying to warn us about real things really going on. The "fiction" i write is full of that; it is indeed the primary function of most of my stories. Issues the media won't touch are sometimes *only* exposed through fictional writing. Trying to think of examples, umm... oh. How about nearly everything Mark Twain wrote? He abhored slavery, something nearly everyone else in the South loved the hell out of (profiting off of others' labor is always popular with the elites), and writing about it was his way of trying to change society. Didn't work, of course, but... he tried. He might've had some small effect. But what did change society and eliminate slavery? What action did it take, and how many lost lives, just to make the powerful stop treating people like property? I think you know. It's sad that we're going to have to live through that again to get out of the attic, but it's either all-out world war, us against the elites deliberately destroying us, or Jesus' Second Coming. Nothing else can stop them.

Well, maybe aliens.

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 03:32 PM
Aww its a shame, if you can find the patience to read JUST that first book, you might get sucked in - but I'm guilty of impatience these days, so I can't judge - stupid internet... I'm not the typical person who always says "the book was better" either. I can name half a dozen Stephen King movies that were way better than the book (usually better because they included all the important stuff, and left off the endless explaining) - Flowers in the Attic failed...

Now the Mark Twain thing... thats really heavy - you know I never really got into mark twain - I mean of course I read some of his books but I never saw them in that light, or really dug into them since I was forced to read them in school, and it wasn't like they talked about that angle. Almost makes me want to reread them to see what he was really saying (I can probably find the conspiracy theorist cliff notes online though

I agree it'll take something major to get us out of this - but I do wonder sometimes if the so-called PTB are really as clever and deviant as we think. What if they're just a bunch of idiots who don't know what they're doing and thats why they make the deliberate choice to poison us?

Even if small amounts of this chemical in plastic wont kill us.... add it to the hormones in our foods... the additives... the flouride.... and the chemicals they don't filter out of water (like someone said estrogen earlier, not only that but imagine how much of someones xanax you're drinking, their antibiotics, their pain killers, their illegal alt subs).... There aren't any studies of the effects of these combinations are there? Anyone? Anywhere?

I don't think so....

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 04:36 PM
Interesting that the article missed out on the use of Minoxidil, (unless I missed it) marketed as Rogain or Regaine, since it is a more direct use of the BPA marker.

It is taken orally for baldness, is expensive and really only thickens hair. And yes, if you are a feller it will grow you diddies. I think it is actually available on prescription. Medical advice for baldies is don't bother.

posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 07:42 PM
Be careful what you eat while your body is in development for maturity. Just look at the process that turns a worker bee into a queen.

Queen Bee

All honey bee larvae are fed some royal jelly for the first few days after hatching but only queen larvae are fed on it exclusively. As a result of the difference in diet, the queen will develop into a sexually mature female, unlike the worker bees.

Most animals follow instinct on what they should eat. Humans probably shouldn't be eating everything without question. Humans need to take the more natural route when rearing children.

posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 03:02 AM
reply to post by guessing

bisphenol A has been known as a hormone disruptor for many many years, mid 1930s, sadly my father who is a chemist warned me about this chemical and its many effects on humans in the 1960s it is used in alkathine water pipe and so is ingested daily by almost everyone in the civilised world .it is believed to be absorbed and stored in our fatty tissues as well as our thiroid Ibelive this chemical contributes to many cancers including brest cancer but of course tptb wouldnt want that to be right would they? the link below may further your intrests

posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 03:07 AM

Originally posted by Heartisblack
reply to post by gift0fpr0phecy

You can't pull that BS, Homosexuality has been around since the 1700s and before! The Romans for one, there was no BPA then.

Exactly, the only reason people think there are more gays now, is because it is an easier climate for homosexual men to come out in. 50/60 years ago men were still gay but kept it under wraps for fear of persecution. It was still illegal in some American states.

posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 09:27 AM

Originally posted by woodwardjnr
Exactly, the only reason people think there are more gays now, is because it is an easier climate for homosexual men to come out in. 50/60 years ago men were still gay but kept it under wraps for fear of persecution. It was still illegal in some American states.

Being gay was never illegal, sodomy was (and it still should be... it injures the recipient and spreads disease like wildfire).

It would be irrational considering the known feminizing effects of these chemicals to dismiss the possibility that the gay population may be increasing as a result.

Atrazine (widely used herbicide) is another one.
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