posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:39 AM
reply to post by Samuelis
I love what you wrote and it is a good read.
Some of your facts are dead-on, but I want to ask you something.
What do you think of the recent studies of plastics and how they affect male mice.
Plastic Chemicals Make Boys More Feminine
The study, which looked at phthalates, chemicals that can mimic the female sex hormone oestrogen, is the first to link them to changes in behavior.
Phthalates, used to soften plastics, are in household items such as plastic furniture, shoes, PVC flooring and shower curtains. They can also be
transferred to food and drink from plastic packaging.
Now if you ask me, the increasing usage of said plastics in our every day lives since the 80's (e.g. soda bottles, Milk containers...and just about
everything) would coincide with your theory.
The difference though is that the plastic theories have scientific evidence to back it up and more than that, it acutally makes sense as a whole if
you look at the trend along with human consumption.
Which theory makes most sense? Definately not the indigo children theory.
BTW I am diagnosed with ADD for real and always was called a "dreamer"
BTW do you like chicken?
Woah look!.... a calculator!
edit on 7/28/2011 by mudbeed because: (no reason given)