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mhgaffney
07-22-2010, 08:47 PM
Senior EPA Analyst: “Government [Agencies] Have Been Sock Puppets for BP In This Cover Up”

It's clear the only reason BP used the toxic dispersant was to hide (i.e. cover up) the amount of oil that was leaking. As we've seen -- the dispersant has also made it impossible to recover much of the oil -- because the dispersant forces it into the water column.

But now a senior EPA analyst is warning that most of the cleanup workers exposed to Corexit will die -- of respiratory disease. BTW, this is the same EPA official who blew the whistle about the toxic air at the WTC after 9/11.

Check out this shocking report. Then call your Senator and Congressman and tell them how you feel

http://theintelhub.com/2010/07/20/senior-epa-analyst-government-agencies-have-been-sock-puppets-for-bp-in-this-cover-up/

watermock
07-22-2010, 08:58 PM
I want my life back.

bombay
07-22-2010, 09:17 PM
Senior EPA Analyst: “Government [Agencies] Have Been Sock Puppets for BP In This Cover Up”

It's clear the only reason BP used the toxic dispersant was to hide (i.e. cover up) the amount of oil that was leaking. As we've seen -- the dispersant has also made it impossible to recover much of the oil -- because the dispersant forces it into the water column.

But now a senior EPA analyst is warning that most of the cleanup workers exposed to Corexit will die -- of respiratory disease. BTW, this is the same EPA official who blew the whistle about the toxic air at the WTC after 9/11.

Check out this shocking report. Then call your Senator and Congressman and tell them how you feel

http://theintelhub.com/2010/07/20/senior-epa-analyst-government-agencies-have-been-sock-puppets-for-bp-in-this-cover-up/

Everyone knew the air was contaminated at the WTC site. A guy I know hired people to film the workers walking through the debris with their respirators hanging from their necks.

tsiguy96
07-22-2010, 09:29 PM
wonder if its to the point of no return on that oil spill, it will never be fixed?

Dr. Broncenstein
07-22-2010, 09:31 PM
I'm going to let you guys in on a little secret: everyone is going to die.. usually in an unexpected and unpleasant manner. Strap it on and get used to it.

Killericon
07-22-2010, 09:40 PM
wonder if its to the point of no return on that oil spill, it will never be fixed?

The Persian Gulf Spill, which is of a comparable size, was 17 years ago and we still don't knwo how bad(or if it is that bad). Check it out:

The New York Times reported that a 1993 study sponsored by UNESCO, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United States found the spill did "little long-term damage": About half the oil evaporated, a million barrels were recovered and 2 million to 3 million barrels washed ashore, mainly in Saudi Arabia.[7]

More recent scientific studies have tended to disagree with this 1993 assessment. Marshlands and mud tidal flats continued to contain large quantities of oil, over ten years later, and full recovery is likely to take decades.

Dr. Jacqueline Michel, US geochemist (2010 interview – transcript of radio broadcast):[8]

The long term effects were very significant. There was no shoreline cleanup, essentially, over the 800 kilometers that the oil – - in Saudi Arabia. And so when we went back in to do quantitative survey in 2002 and 2003, there was a million cubic meters of oil sediment remained then 12 years after the spill.... [T]he oil penetrated much more deeply into the intertidal sediment than normal because those sediments there have a lot of crab burrows, and the oil penetrated deep, sometimes 30, 40 centimeters, you know a couple of feet, into the mud of these tidal flats. There’s no way to get it out now. So it has had long term impact.

Dr. Hans-Jörg Barth, German geographer (2001 research report):[9]

The study demonstrated that, in contrary to previously published reports e.g. already 1993 by UNEP, several coastal areas even in 2001 still show significant oil impact and in some places no recovery at all. The salt marshes which occur at almost 50% of the coastline show the heaviest impact compared to the other ecosystem types after 10 years. Completely recovered are the rocky shores and mangroves. Sand beaches are on the best way to complete recovery. The main reason for the delayed recovery of the salt marshes is the absence of physical energy (wave action) and the mostly anaerobic milieu of the oiled substrates. The latter is mostly caused by cyanobacteria which forms impermeable mats. In other cases tar crusts are responsible. The availability of oxygen is the most important criteria for oil degradation. Where oil degrades it was obvious that benthic intertidal fauna such as crabs re-colonise the destroyed habitats long before the halophytes. The most important paths of regeneration are the tidal channels and the adjacent areas. Full recovery of the salt marshes will certainly need some more decades.

The Financial Times, in reference to the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, cited the 1993 optimistic assessment of the Gulf War oil spill as evidence that "Initial warnings of catastrophic environmental damage from oil spills can turn out to be overdone".[10]

baja
07-22-2010, 09:43 PM
I want my life back.

Remember what Chris Revee (superman) did with his life after the accedent.

baja
07-22-2010, 09:47 PM
I'm going to let you guys in on a little secret: everyone is going to die.. usually in an unexpected and unpleasant manner. Strap it on and get used to it.


Not if you use a Nettie Pot regularly.

Dr.5280
07-22-2010, 11:53 PM
Don't forget the enema.

RaiderH8r
07-23-2010, 01:23 PM
I'm going to let you guys in on a little secret: everyone is going to die.. usually in an unexpected and unpleasant manner. Strap it on and get used to it.

This is exactly why I wear a helmet whenever I leave the house. Life moves pretty fast, get a helmet.

gyldenlove
07-23-2010, 01:43 PM
This is exactly why I wear a helmet whenever I leave the house. Life moves pretty fast, get a helmet.

Life's a lottery, be lucky.


Best advice ever given.

Garcia Bronco
07-23-2010, 01:50 PM
Senior EPA Analyst: “Government [Agencies] Have Been Sock Puppets for BP In This Cover Up”

It's clear the only reason BP used the toxic dispersant was to hide (i.e. cover up) the amount of oil that was leaking. As we've seen -- the dispersant has also made it impossible to recover much of the oil -- because the dispersant forces it into the water column.

But now a senior EPA analyst is warning that most of the cleanup workers exposed to Corexit will die -- of respiratory disease. BTW, this is the same EPA official who blew the whistle about the toxic air at the WTC after 9/11.

Check out this shocking report. Then call your Senator and Congressman and tell them how you feel

http://theintelhub.com/2010/07/20/senior-epa-analyst-government-agencies-have-been-sock-puppets-for-bp-in-this-cover-up/

Is this EPA Analyst a medical doctor?

Cool Breeze
07-23-2010, 02:30 PM
will die -- of respiratory disease

Did they do a poll to figure how many are smokers?

Taco John
07-23-2010, 02:46 PM
Not if you use a Nettie Pot regularly.

The fountain of youth is found!

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_Gg6O6DsTCyA/SqsFdnLP8zI/AAAAAAAAAEM/GbRg_V7VgpA/s400/neti_pot.jpg

DenverBrit
07-23-2010, 02:54 PM
Senior EPA Analyst: “Government [Agencies] Have Been Sock Puppets for BP In This Cover Up”

It's clear the only reason BP used the toxic dispersant was to hide (i.e. cover up) the amount of oil that was leaking. As we've seen -- the dispersant has also made it impossible to recover much of the oil -- because the dispersant forces it into the water column.

But now a senior EPA analyst is warning that most of the cleanup workers exposed to Corexit will die -- of respiratory disease. BTW, this is the same EPA official who blew the whistle about the toxic air at the WTC after 9/11.

Check out this shocking report. Then call your Senator and Congressman and tell them how you feel

http://theintelhub.com/2010/07/20/senior-epa-analyst-government-agencies-have-been-sock-puppets-for-bp-in-this-cover-up/


It seems unlikely that the MSDSs....mandated by law......were never made available. Or that the warning labels were removed before delivery. That would require everyone to be on BPs payroll and deliberately ignoring every warning from the manufacturer.....who would also be liable if the labels were removed and MSDSs not supplied.

Looks like a job for 'Conspiracy man'. Got a book in the works Gaff?

baja
07-23-2010, 03:22 PM
Don't forget the enema.


That's right! People forget ya gotta wash it inside too.

Such a simple thing yet so powerful as a health tool.

Amazing doctors with all their education do not know this, something most all pre 1950 mothers did know.

Chris
07-23-2010, 03:24 PM
I'm going to let you guys in on a little secret: everyone is going to die.. usually in an unexpected and unpleasant manner. Strap it on and get used to it.

Actually most people die of old age in their sleep.

baja
07-23-2010, 03:27 PM
The fountain of youth is found!

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_Gg6O6DsTCyA/SqsFdnLP8zI/AAAAAAAAAEM/GbRg_V7VgpA/s400/neti_pot.jpg

This is a centuries old practice try it some time.

Kaylore
07-23-2010, 03:29 PM
The fountain of youth is found!

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_Gg6O6DsTCyA/SqsFdnLP8zI/AAAAAAAAAEM/GbRg_V7VgpA/s400/neti_pot.jpg

Neti Pot! Great for sinus infections!

Rohirrim
07-23-2010, 03:50 PM
Neti Pot! Great for sinus infections!

That's attractive.

Killericon
07-23-2010, 04:33 PM
This thread is rocking my socks off.

epicSocialism4tw
07-23-2010, 04:39 PM
Gaffney got run out of the Politics forum, so I guess he decided to come preach the ways of tin-foil hattery to the masses in the central forum.

oubronco
07-23-2010, 05:27 PM
I want my life back.

Mama says that alligators are onry cause they got all those teeth and no toothbrush

Taco John
07-23-2010, 05:32 PM
This is a centuries old practice try it some time.

I already use this once a week, only I call it the "nose douche" (which irritates my wife, by the way - "have you seen my nose douche?" "Quit calling it that!")

http://www.brentology.com/SINUSrinse2.jpg


I just had no idea that it was going to make me immortal.

mhgaffney
07-23-2010, 07:40 PM
Actually most people die of old age in their sleep.

They used to.

Not anymore.

mhgaffney
07-23-2010, 07:42 PM
That's right! People forget ya gotta wash it inside too.

Such a simple thing yet so powerful as a health tool.

Amazing doctors with all their education do not know this, something most all pre 1950 mothers did know.

The average life span for a western trained MD is 57 years.

Take this bitter pill -- before you call a doctor - next time.

listopencil
07-23-2010, 07:47 PM
The average life span for a western trained MD is 57 years.

Take this bitter pill -- before you call a doctor - next time.


Maybe early death from the stress caused by being a doctor?

baja
07-23-2010, 07:47 PM
I already use this once a week, only I call it the "nose douche" (which irritates my wife, by the way - "have you seen my nose douche?" "Quit calling it that!")

http://www.brentology.com/SINUSrinse2.jpg


I just had no idea that it was going to make me immortal.

Leave it to Corp. America to encase in plastic and call it a fancy name something as cheap and simple as salt water all to over charge for an eions old formulia.

Dr. Broncenstein
07-23-2010, 08:54 PM
The average life span for a western trained MD is 57 years.

Take this bitter pill -- before you call a doctor - next time.

Citation needed because this is complete bullshiat.

baja
07-23-2010, 08:57 PM
Citation needed because this is complete bullshiat.

I found that hard to believe too. So;

Link!

Dr. Broncenstein
07-23-2010, 09:00 PM
Morbidly obese diabetic cigarette smokers with renal failure live longer than 57 years.

DivineLegion
07-23-2010, 09:03 PM
I don't know if you read the comments posted under the article but it seems this is the beggining of the dreaded Zombie apocolypse. Its hurricane season and all of the Chemicals are going to get dumped on the mainland. ITS THE ILLUMINATY RUN FOR THE HILLS!!!!!

baja
07-23-2010, 09:03 PM
Yes but the don't hang out in hospitals.

mhgaffney
07-23-2010, 09:12 PM
my source was Joel Wallach -- the mineral doctor -- who taped a lecture many years ago titled "Dead Doctors don't lie..."

A quickie search failed to turn up any corroborating sources. I did pull up this link -- which disputes the number -- which was 58 years actually -- not 57.

http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=142255

Dr. Broncenstein
07-23-2010, 09:20 PM
my source was Joel Wallach -- the mineral doctor -- who taped a lecture many years ago titled "Dead Doctors don't lie..."

A quickie search failed to turn up any corroborating sources. I did pull up this link -- which disputes the number -- which was 58 years actually -- not 57.

http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=142255

You realize that in order to have an average lifespan of 57 years, there would have to be a whole bunch of deaths in an age group where almost no trained physicians exist? I was 31 before my education and surgical training was complete... and I was the youngest person in my med school class. There would have to be a whole bunch of deaths in the early 20's for your quoted lifespan to approach 57.

DivineLegion
07-23-2010, 09:32 PM
You realize that in order to have an average lifespan of 57 years, there would have to be a whole bunch of deaths in an age group where almost no trained physicians exist? I was 31 before my education and surgical training was complete... and I was the youngest person in my med school class. There would have to be a whole bunch of deaths in the early 20's for your quoted lifespan to approach 57.

Unless they all died in thier early 50's to mid 60's

Killericon
07-23-2010, 09:37 PM
Unless they all died in thier early 50's to mid 60's

:rofl:

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my source was Joel Wallach -- the mineral doctor -- who taped a lecture many years ago titled "Dead Doctors don't lie..."

A quickie search failed to turn up any corroborating sources. I did pull up this link -- which disputes the number -- which was 58 years actually -- not 57.

http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=142255

Who is this Wallach? Let's ask Google.

Joel D. Wallach, M.S., D.V.M. (University of Missouri) and N.D. (National College of Naturopathic Medicine) is a veterinarian and naturopath who claims (in a widely distributed audio tape entitled "Dead Doctors Don't Lie") that all diseases are due to mineral deficiencies, that everyone who dies of natural causes dies because of mineral deficiencies,* and that just about anyone can live more than one hundred years if they take daily supplements of colloidal minerals harvested from pits in Utah.

Wallach claims that minerals in foods and most supplements are "metallic" and not as effective as "plant-based" colloidal minerals, which is nonsense because colloidal minerals are also "metallic," i.e., contain trace amounts of aluminum and heavy metals. Being colloidal has more to do with the origin, size, and structure of the mineral particles that with their effectiveness. (A colloid is "a substance that consists of particles dispersed throughout another substance which are too small for resolution with an ordinary light microscope but are incapable of passing through a semipermeable membrane." --Merriam-Webster)

Linky (http://www.skepdic.com/wallach.html)

Taco John
07-23-2010, 09:46 PM
Leave it to Corp. America to encase in plastic and call it a fancy name something as cheap and simple as salt water all to over charge for an eions old formulia.

I cringe at the thought of your homemade colon kit.

Dr. Broncenstein
07-23-2010, 09:55 PM
I cringe at the thought of your homemade colon kit.

I think I found it (http://sexybeerbongs.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/dong-bong-beer-bong.jpg). NSFW.

baja
07-23-2010, 10:20 PM
I think I found it (http://sexybeerbongs.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/dong-bong-beer-bong.jpg). NSFW.

That's very funny Doc. I did LMAOROTF

baja
07-23-2010, 10:21 PM
I cringe at the thought of your homemade colon kit.


LOL Bucket with a plastic hose on it Simple and effective.

mhgaffney
07-24-2010, 12:03 AM
I used to do a colonic flush (actually a series off them) about once a year -- along with fasting. It's easy to do -- and very effective at cleaning out the colon.

Nowadays I just eat a lot of green leafy salads.

mhgaffney
07-24-2010, 12:06 AM
Supposedly there is a yogic technique that accomplishes the same thing. The yogis would apparently wade out into a river like the Ganges -- then through muscular control draw the river water into the bowel. Then they would flush it out.

I have never met a yogi who knew how to do it -- but I suspect the stories are true. If Swami Rama could put his heart into atrial fibrillation (as he did at the Meninger Clinic) than drawing water into the bowel would be a piece of cake.