Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Radiation and Antibiotics

Since 1954, and especially since 1967:
  1. There has been a marked increase in antibiotic-resistant strains of many types of bacteria.
  2. There has been a significant growth in the number of insect species which are resistant to the various insecticides being used in homes, in agriculture, and in other commercial activities.
  3. There has been a widespread increase in the incidence of childhood asthma and many previously-unknown food allergies.
What is special about those dates is that in 1954, the Raytheon folks started marketing commercial microwave ovens, and in 1967 Amana introduced the home model of the Radar Range.
As scientists will tell you, there is a major difference between ionizing and non-ionizing radiation as far as their abilities to cause "radiation sickness" symptoms.
As our government scientists at the CDC and NIH won't tell you, since we've been irradiating the microbes and insects which accidentally find themselves in our microwaves, the problem of drug- and chemical- resistant pests has grown at nearly exponential rates.
Why won't our governments tell us what's really going on? Stay tuned as we continue to investigate this potentially deadly threat.

Posted by Procrustes 17

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