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skipman
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#3676 | Posted: 18 Jun 2017 14:44
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skipman
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#3677 | Posted: 19 Jun 2017 22:09
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dreamkatcher
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#3678 | Posted: 1 Jul 2017 08:00
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I learned something (among the many that I didnt know) - the ambulance service is not one of the emergency services. Their conditions of work are different to the Police & Fire Brigade. They dont retire at 50 or 55 with a good pension. They work until the required time they are allowed to retire. Can you imagine a lot of Paramedics carrying a patient down from a high-rise when the lift is broken when theyre 64?

I know this is true as I have a very close related Paramedic in our family. Theyve not had a rise again but were offered 1%! I wonder where people would have been in London recently, & Manchester without them.

Just another bit of information not a lot of people know. They have a few who comment & sign their name.

DK
nordsee220
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#3679 | Posted: 21 Jul 2017 14:24 | Edited by: nordsee220
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TUBULAR HELL

I went to the dentist today for mine and my mother's checkups. I was fine but mother has some signs of deterioration of her lower teeth. The dentist prescribed Colgate Duraphat high fluoride toothpaste (5mg/g). That's three times the fluoride content of normal toothpaste. I questioned him over the use of such and he became very defensive, stating it was perfectly safe to use so I took mam home and opened a pack to read the patient information leaflet. It reads:

"Duraphat toothpaste has a high fluoride content. Fluoride drops,....fluoridated water ... should be avoided during the use of Duraphat.

I went back to both the pharmacist who dispensed this and the dentist who prescribed it to ask their advice as it also say in the leaflet "Ask your dentist or pharmacist concerning this matter".

Despite both advising that it was nothing to worry about and that fluoride was perfectly safe, when I questioned them about the amount ingested and the fact my mother lives in a fluoridated water area, neither would agree to put in writing on officially headed paper that there was nothing to worry about. The dentist did say that if my mother wanted to go ahead with the treatment she should drink bottled water.

Finally, the leaflet warns against swallowing what it describes as "too much of the toothpaste" over "several months and years" adding that you may experience dental fluorosis and/or bone fluorosis. It doesn't specify an amount that is "too much" nor does it quantify how many months (and years) are "several".
dreamkatcher
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#3680 | Posted: 27 Jul 2017 13:16
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50 REASONS TO OPPOSE FLUORIDATION
By Paul Connett, PhD (updated in September 2012)
Introduction


Dr. Paul Connett
In Europe, only Ireland (73%), Poland (1%), Serbia (3%), Spain (11%), and the U.K. (11%) fluoridate any of their water. Most developed countries, including Japan and 97% of the western European population, do not consume fluoridated water.

In the U.S., about 70% of public water supplies are fluoridated. This equates to approximately 185 million people, which is over half the number of people drinking artificially fluoridated water worldwide. Some countries have areas with high natural fluoride levels in the water. These include India, China and parts of Africa. In these countries measures are being taken to remove the fluoride because of the health problems that fluoride can cause.

Fluoridation is a bad medical practice

1) Fluoride is the only chemical added to water for the purpose of medical treatment. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies fluoride as a drug when used to prevent or mitigate disease (FDA 2000). As a matter of basic logic, adding fluoride to water for the sole purpose of preventing tooth decay (a non-waterborne disease) is a form of medical treatment. All other water treatment chemicals are added to improve the water's quality or safety, which fluoride does not do.

2) Fluoridation is unethical. Informed consent is standard practice for all medication, and one of the key reasons why most of Western Europe has ruled against fluoridation. With water fluoridation we are allowing governments to do to whole communities (forcing people to take a medicine irrespective of their consent) what individual doctors cannot do to individual patients.

Put another way: Does a voter have the right to require that their neighbor ingest a certain medication (even if it is against that neighbor's will)?


http://fluoridealert.org/articles/50-reasons/


DK
nordsee220
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#3681 | Posted: 28 Jul 2017 20:08
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Hi DK and thank's for the feedback.

I did have a stand-up, not quite heated discussion with the dentist who tells me he is German. I asked why Germany doesn't fluoridate its water and at that point he actually walked out of the surgery saying it was my choice whether or not my mother used the high fluoride toothpaste. I told him it ISN'T my choice but my mother's and she, at 88 really needed someone to tell her the truth.

I think he was flustered.

I advised my mother that the patient leaflet says fluoridated water should be "avoided" when using the toothpaste and that his later advice was to use bottled water. My mother replied, "Bugger that!"...

I think that says it all.
skipman
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#3682 | Posted: 15 Aug 2017 12:57
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Could Royal Raymond Rife finally get the recognition he deserves?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=di3BHBnEQyg
skipman
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#3683 | Posted: 9 Sep 2017 09:29
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skipman
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#3684 | Posted: 25 Sep 2017 21:04
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Every official who was involved in the American city of Flint's change over from clean water to river water ,that was barely treated. Should be in the courts and prosecuted to the fullest extent then thrown into prison and the keys misplaced.

https://www.globalresearch.ca/new-research-links-flint-water-crisis-to-horrifyingly-l arge-spike-in-fetal-death-rates/5610560
dreamkatcher
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#3685 | Posted: 5 Oct 2017 05:23 | Edited by: dreamkatcher
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Hi, Couldnt sleep, so logged on. Got a bit of interesting news. See what you think! dk


LifeForce Hospitals
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Why Bacteria Hate Magnets

Bacteria are single-celled organisms that are surrounded by phospholipid membranes. The purpose of the membrane is two-fold. First, it physically contains a cell's organelles and other cellular machinery (proteins) that are needed for survival. Second, it maintains a separation between the intracellular and extracellular salt solutions in which the cells exist. A simple diagram is shown below which illustrates the make-up of these salt solutions. Note that the concentration of potassium (K+) ions is higher inside the cell than outside, and that the opposite is true of sodium (Na+) and chloride (C1-) ions. This separation of ions across the bacterial cell wall is essential, and is maintained by the impermeable phospholipid membrane. If all of the charges (+ and -) on the inside and the outside of the cell are summed (separately), you would find that there is a net negative charge on the membrane's intracellular surface. In other words, the inside of the cell is more negative than the outside of the cell.

Ion Chammels and the
regulation of cellular pH
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As stated earlier, different channel proteins transport different ions across biological membranes. On such ion is the proton, or positively chargen hydrogen atom (H+). The flow of protons through ion channels in bacterial cell membranes is used to control the pH of the intracellular solution. The regulation of cellular pH is crucial for the survival of biological cells. This is true because if the pH is too high or too low, the structural integrity of intracellular proteins is compromised. This, in turn, makes the protein incapable of performing its normal duties, most of which involve catalyzing cellular reactions that are needed to keep the cell alive. The bottom line is that a cell that is unable to control its pH is a dead cell.

The pH of any solution (including biological ones) is directly related to the concentration of protons, or positively charged hydrogen atoms, in the solution. The higher the concentration of (H+), the lower the pH, and vice versa. A pH of 7 is neutral, and most cells cannot tolerate having an intracellular pH that is very far from this value. Therefore, bacteria (and other organisms) have developed ways of controlling their pH. This occurs in one of two ways. First, there are intracellular molecules called buffers that bind protons if their concentration gets too high and release protons if their concentrations get too low. The buffer molecules are fine-tuned, however, and are easily saturated. When this happens, (when the concentration of protons gets very high) they can simply be transferred accross the cell membrane via ion channels.

The effect of magnets on ion channel behavior
As we discussed earlier, the direction of flow of ions through protein channels is affected by both the electrical and chemical potential that exists across the cell membrane. If bacteria, for example, are placed in an environment where large electrical fields exist, the electrical potential across their cellular membrance will be affected. The presence of a strong magnetic field is a good example of such an environment. The polarized regions of a large magnet will create highly unphysiological electrical potentials in the bacteria's environment. This potential will overwhelm any existing potentials in these very small cells, and they will no longer have control over the movement of ions across their membranes.

The separations of charges across the membrane creates two separate driving forces of the ions. First, because the inside of the cell is more negatively charged than the outside, there is an electrical driving force. In this case, if the membrane was punctured, positively charged ions (cations) would be attracted into the cell and negatively charged ions (anions) would be repelled from the interior of the cell. Second, the separation of the charge creates a chemical driving force. In this case, ions would want to flow through the puncture down their concentration gradient. For example, both sodium and chloride ions would flow from outside (where they are highly concentrated) to inside the cell (where their concentration is lower). The opposite is true of potassium ions which are more concentrated inside the cell.

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Of course, movement of the ions across bacterial membranes does not occur via gaping holes. Rather, it ocurs with the aid of proteins that are embedded in the cell membrane. These proteins span the entire membrane, and thus face the extracellular solution on one side of the cell and the intracellular solution on the other. The proteins exist in both "close" and "open" conformations, and the movement of the ions between these two states is regulated by the bacterial cell. when closed, no ions are allowed through the membrane. When the protein is "open", it forms a small cylindrical hole in the membrane through which ions can pass. Usually, cations and anions flow through different protein channels. Also, some proteins are able to select among different ions of a particular charge. For example, some channels allow sodium but not potassium ions to pass through their pore. The diagram to the right illustrates the flow of ions through protein channels.

The flow of ions across cell membranes is coupled to many important cellular processes, therefore, bacterial cells become very "sick" when they lose the ability to regulate the ionic currents through protein channels. One of the deadliest scenarios is
when the flow of protons is disturbed. In this case, the destruction of the protons' electrochemical gradient equals the destruction of the ability to expel them from the cell. When the hydrogen ion concentration rises, then, the cell cannot release the ions to the environment, and the pH is lowered to a level that is not tolerable. Death ensures.
dreamkatcher
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#3686 | Posted: 5 Oct 2017 05:54
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skipman
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#3687 | Posted: 5 Oct 2017 09:38
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Have you heard about this DK?

https://ttaclive.tv?ref=5882ae57-99f5-4d05-983a-4348d1ad8b0b

It about alternative ways of treating cancer that does not involve big pharma. It starts in a couple of hours and is held over three days.
dreamkatcher
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#3688 | Posted: 6 Oct 2017 00:29
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Skipman

Yes, Ive heard about it. I get all of Ty's mails. I believe that cancer is man made, & there ARE a lot of different cures. Ive not been back to hospital about mine & never did succumb to their treatments. I dont have any problems with it now, & its 12 years since they gave me 3 months !!! I did however, get some very interesting information from a site I just happened to click on by mistake. It was a cancer forum where there were two separate
documents. One was for patients & the other was for professionals. Knowing me, I went for the professionals site, & my CV got me entry.

Ive probably told you this, but a quick recap. I had an accident in 1992 where I was sent home from hospital with tubigrip bandage on my arm & no other injuries noted. I got letter from hospital 3 wks later to go back, without an appointment, as theyd found theyd "missed" a pelvic fracture & elbow fracture. They x-rayed me again & confirmed them & others but because it was 3 wks it was too late to do anything as they were healing. I was prescribed Paracetmol. My mobility got worse ovr the years & I had to finish work at 48. I started falling for no reason & its still the same, only worse now. I got the cancer diagnosis in 2005/6. I used all of the alternative treatments I could find. Then my legs started swelling & I was diagnosed with Lymphedema, which leads to cancer of the lymphatic system & no treatment to stop death.

Back to the article for professionals! There were a LOT of people, mostly female, who had pelvic problems from various reasons - all of whom were given radiation treatment & were severely disabled. They had ALL been diagnosed with cancer within 15 yrs & untreatable as because the pelvis is so near many different parts, most of them had developed either Uterine Cancer or Vaginal Cancer. Those who survived were diagnosed
with Lymphatic Cancer within 10 years.

The gist of this is because they didnt find my pelvic fracture & didnt treat with radiation, I got the Uterine Cancer 15 years later, had no surgery, no chemo, no radiation. I was also diagnosed with Lymphedema 2015, 10 years later.

Question is..... did missing my fractured pelvis save me or was it just a case of neglect on their part??? Did my belief in alternative remedies help me?? My 10 years is up now!!
I cant walk far but I can drive, my youngest grandson lives with me & looks after me. He's 19 & doing an Apprenticeship, etc.

Im out of time to sue for neglect. Sod'sLaw eh?

dk
skipman
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#3689 | Posted: 7 Oct 2017 19:56
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dreamkatcher:
Im out of time to sue for neglect. Sod'sLaw eh?

Probably for the best that they missed it as you would not be around to rue the lack of being able to sue them.

Glad you are okay DK.
skipman
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#3690 | Posted: 7 Oct 2017 20:16
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Morgellans has been dismissed by the "professionals" as hysteria by those suffering from its effects. They claimed to have spent money on research proving it. Time has shown that they are very good at hiding reports that they do not like.

An independent report has different findings.

https://www.naturalnews.com/036829_Morgellons_Disease_skin_fibers.html
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