Originally posted by Doc Holiday
reply to post by phantomjack
I have a feeling it has alot to do with the mass amount of amphetamine RX's written to all he baby boomers...
When you coninuallyintroduce a chemical the body creates naturally"adrenalin..I believe is thyroid ..produced,, the body stops making it, much like
initial "not eating....does not = weight loss...body goes into conservation of calorie mode...
But what do I know I dropped outa med school....
edit on 16-1-2012 by Doc Holiday because: OCD and blank box again
No, unfortunately, adrenalin is produced by the Adrenal glands that sit atop the kidneys.
Though, its a good suggestion.
I think that there is a definite link to technology - microwaves, cellular microwaves, radiation from electricity and anything that uses
If there is one thing for sure, cancer has spiked over the last 75 years, so we have technology.
And then, one could look at petro products. How long ago did gas stations first begin posting the hazards of gasoline? I believe it was in the
80's, and even then, there was no mandate at the time to make such a posting.
We could also look at things like nitrates in red meat, and all of the chemicals that go into raising cattle, sheep, and pigs.
Pesticides that didn't exist 100 years ago in farming. Orkin and Terminex distributing bug killing compounds in our homes.
THen, all of the modified organic methods of farming. Apples, for example, have lost hundreds of different varieties over the last 50 years in the
USA just because of hybridization. Fruits that we may never see again. Corn that it genetically altered. None of these things can be natural and
good for the body for the sake of making money and increasing yields.
We could also look at the use of natural gas to heat our homes.
Its obvious that something, we as humans have been using over the past 75 years is causing cancer to be so prevalent, no?
But on the flip side, when you consider human death, you would have to give great consideration to bacteria and viruses which, do not kill in the same
patterns as they did in the 17, 18, and 1900' until modern medicine stepped in. How many global pandemics have we seen in the past 100 years,
versus, the 500 years prior to the turn of the 20th century?
Food for thought.