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The environment will continue to deteriorate until pollution practices are abandoned - B. F. Skinner

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The Great Global Poisoning Experiment

No matter how carefully you eat or drink or watch your exposure to toxins, your body has chemicals in it that do not belong there and have the potential to make you ill, even fatally ill. 

You didn't give anyone permission to experiment on you, it just happened to you.  Chemicals have been spewing from smokestacks, sprayed on crops, dumped in your water, incorporated into your food, clothing and shelter.  You've been exposed to large amounts mercury if you eat fish, you've breathed in asbestos from fabrics and building materials.  You've ingested lead from paint.  You have consumed Bisphenol-a since the 1950's or since you were a baby if you were born later.  You probably have PCB's…

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