reply to post by ImaFungi
But at what price, my fungal friend? Wanna hear a story?
There once was this female who lived in the great U.S.of A. Land of the free to mess with anything "they" choose. "They" chose to feed our cows
and chickens and pigs growth hormones. Growth hormones occur naturally, right?
By feeding the animals this growth hormone, it caused an abundance of effects. More milk, more meat etc etc.
Fast forward 20 years...this female starts having some serious medical issues and had to seek out a doctor. The doctor says you got something growing
inside ya, and it ain't a baby. It was a tumor that had gone septic. Death was imminent if she didn't have the surgery. So, her first surgery she
Relief came to this young woman, for a very brief moment. The inside of the body, heals just like the outside. It grows scar tissue. The human body is
absolutely amazing...it self regenerates. But, she had been ingesting growth hormones in the foods that she had been eating and the milk she loved to
The tumor she had, doctors had never seen before. Didn't follow suit with cancer or non malignant growths. And, now, because she has all these growth
hormones in her body, the scar tissue that is growing on the inside, is growing in abundance. It grows and grows and the woman is unaware of the
growth hormones that she has ingested all her life. It grows until it starts smothering her vital organs. 12 weeks after her first surgery, she has to
have another to cut away the scar tissue that is smothering her organs. 12 weeks after that surgery, she has to have another surgery because of the
scar tissue growing from that surgery. This cycle repeats itself, over and over throughout the young ladies life. To this day, 13 surgeries later,
this lady still has them, and they ares till growing.
Growth hormones are natural. Technology allowed us to manipulate them to our immediate benefit. The price this lady and millions of others world wide
pay, is NOT worth the benefits.
Do you really believe that human beings have never been tampered with? You think we are in our natural state?
Just so happens, that yes, my avatar reflects who I am. I am Apache Indian. And as such, I have learned to love the land...nature as a whole. I assure
you that the things man do to this planet and each other is not natural.