Today, we are paying a high price for our advances in technology, medicine or chemistry. Facts, within our highly technical and industrialized world, are speaking a very clear language. Environmental pollution by chemicals within the last 30 years has increased tenfold.
Yearly, a 200 million ton heavy toxic ˝avalanche˝ is covering our planetary population. Daily, approx. 13 million tons of chemicals are being produced by industry and traffic. Therefore, each earth citizen is receiving about 2 kilos of it.
Following exemplary study shows how immense this danger is, caused by environmental toxins:
These dramatic test results are showing that we are sitting upon a time bomb. The numerously detected biphenyl is a poisonous and cancer causing chemical chlorine compound, having been used previously among other things as a softener in paint, sealants, as insulation and plastic. They are belonging to the highly toxic group of twelve ˝Dirty Dozen˝ substances which were banned worldwide in 2001, however, they are still throughout the Earth – in waters, soils and atmosphere.
(Der Stein des Lebens – dr. Ilse Triebnig & Ingomar W. Schweiz)
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