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Dr. Jane Hightower - Diagnosis: Mercury

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mmem700
Posted: 10.15.09, 07:53 PM
I have been mercury poisoned by amalgam fillings and then completely recovered and was symptom-free for 4.5 years. Personal Mercury Story However, in 2005, large plumes began appearing in the skies over our town. These plumes came from large, slow-flying, low-flying jets that appeared for several hours and then went away. These plumes are causing symptoms that are identical to mercury poisoning. This is a shocking development that people need to know about : Personal Chemtrail Story
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Berniew1
Posted: 05.22.09, 11:12 AM
Mercury is a big problem and commonly causes or is a major factor in over 30 chronic health conditions www.flcv.com/dams.html But fish is not the largest source of mercury in most people who have several amalgam fillings. Amalgam fillings and amalgam under metal crowns have been documented by medical labs and the Gov't as being the largest source in most such people: www.flcv.com/damspr1.html Most people with many of these chronic conditions related to mercury recover or significantly improve after amalgam replacement/ and or detoxification www.flcv.com/hgrecovp.html www.flcv.com/hgremove.html BW DAMS Intl ps: Here is a paper dealing with mercury in fish on the Gulf of Mexico www.flcv.com/fishhg.html
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PandoraFiles
Posted: 05.20.09, 10:53 AM
Dr. Jane Hightower is to mercury as Dr. Alice Hamilton is to lead. http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/105/
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adriennejohnson +
Posted: 01.29.09, 10:12 AM
I was thinking -- what about cats and cat food? They must eat 10x as much tuna as humans yet are 1/10th the size! Does anyone know?
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PsychoticusRex
Posted: 01.20.09, 12:07 PM
As with most commentators and lectures, the camera guy is a candidate for the Homer-Simpson award. Who just takes a picture of the person talking when they're referencing things off screen? More important is the SLIDE not the persons mouth moving! Hit or miss with directors/ producers/ cameramen... could you pull back for a few seconds? The speaker was knowledgeable and articulate and a credit to the subject.
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