By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

What’s worse than heavy metal poisoning?

What’s worse than aluminum? arsenic? cadmium? lead? mercury?

How about cyanide? — CN (carbon, nitrogen).

Where’s Waldo? Where’s the heavy metal?

How about aflatoxin B1? — C17H12O5 (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen).

Where’s Waldo? Where’s the heavy metal?

How about glyphosate? — C3H8NO5P (carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus).

Where’s Waldo? Where’s the heavy metal?

How about aspartame? — C14H18N2O5 (carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen).

Where’s Waldo? Where’s the heavy metal?

Thousands of acute and chronic poisons contain no heavy metals.

According to The Organic & Non-GMO Report, Oct. 2008 …

“GM [genetically modified] organisms are replacing chemical, synthetic methods to produce vitamins, flavors, enzymes, and other food additives.”

L-tryptophan was produced by one of these GM organisms, and that didn’t turn out too well.

Corporate scientists love to put good atoms together to make bad molecules.

Beware of the Toxic Alchemists of the 21st Century.

They’re out to get you.

Even paranoids have enemies.



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'Where’s Waldo?' have 4 comments

  1. July 6, 2015 @ 1:44 am Atom

    “The Creation is not a place to idly lay away and fall asleep. It’s a place where we are constantly tested to discover our divinity.” — Swami Nitty-Gritty

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  2. July 6, 2015 @ 1:45 am Atom

    Informed athletes practice nasal breathing during exercise and recovery.

    Breathing through the nose forces the airways open to remove waste more efficiently without the typical stress response induced by panting through an open mouth.

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  3. July 6, 2015 @ 1:46 am Atom

    William Kelley Eidem (The Doctor Who Cures Cancer, 1997) wrote …

    “The lipidic defense system acts loosely like our system of roads. We have interstate superhighways for traveling from one state to another (system). The state highways can get us from one city to another (organs). Major thoroughfares get us in and out of the city (tissues). Busy streets take us around the neighborhood (cells). Side streets take us home (nucleus). Our driveways give us somewhere to park (subnuclear). There is a connection between each system of roads, but they tend to operate separately.”

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