posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 04:16 PM
Seriously y'all... I think we should consider the evidence of contaminants in our food, water, and plastics contributing to this phenomenon. Aside
from hormones in milk, there is the issue of dioxin..
Here is an excerpt from Daniel Pinchbeck's book "2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl".. I am transcribing it from the book in my hand..
"For a glossy men's magazine, I reported on the declining human sperm count, down more than 50 percent in the past half century worldwide,
apparently caused by residues of pesticides and chlorine that concentrate in the food chain. I visited a swamp in the Florida Everglades, where a
dioxin spill had turned the local alligators into hermaphrodites. In a speedboat, I skimmed across the moonlit marshes at night with a biologist who
was studying this brave new syndrome. He pulled wriggling baby saurians out of the water, skillfully cinched shut their jaws, tagged them, and
investigated their confused nether regions. These estrogen-mimicking compounds, it seemed, were deforming beasts around the world, thinning the
eggshells of birds in the Arctic Circle, as well as causing cancer and reproductive dysfunction in humans."
Dioxin can be found in plastics.. like plastic water bottles. Again, I'm not attributing it entirely to dioxin, but it's definitely something to be
considered, along with all the junk hormones and pesticides in our milk, meat, and tap water...
Blame Chaz Bono all you like, but in my opinion, we're dealing with a phenomenon much bigger than the influence of some prime-time dancing show...