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Environmental Health

Majid Ali, M.D.

(My series of video articles on the subject appear on Vimeo, YouTube, and Other Sites)

In our toxic preoccupation with daily intramural murders, we are missing the central story of our time: an epic planetary struggle between the oxygen-loving ("oxyphils") and oxygen-shunning ("oxyphobes") species and the incremental victories of the latter. A monumental tragedy of mass extinction of species is playing out on the global stage. Oxygen-loving frogs and related amphibian species are being decimated by oxygen-shunning fungi. The oxygen-shunners are also responsible for the disppearance of butterflies, collapsing bee colonies, and bats that fly out of their caves in daylight and drop dead. The fungus-ridden noses of those bats foretell things about the shape of the future.

 

  

 

 

 

The pandemics of childhood allergies, immune disorders, autism spectrum, ADHD, insulin toxicity, childhood obesity, environmental illness, Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and hypertension cannot be understood without knowing the death stories of butterflies, bees, and bats. Nor can the plight of gender-devolved individuals—men-like women who cannot ovulate and women-like men with low testosterone levels—be known without understanding the planetary oxyphilic-oxyphobic disruptions.

Eco-monsters

Eco-monsters are cults of craven men with maniacal needs for controlling everything in their way. They wantonly destroy human habitat for no other reason than to satiate their pathologic impulses. They wear dark suits and are followed by men carrying fine leather brief cases. Together they plan for a new world order.

For hundreds of thousands of years, the planet Earth was in dynamic equilibrium in terms of its acid-alkali balance, oxidant-antioxidant regulation, clotting-unclotting mechanisms in living tissues—oxygen homeostasis, in short. Now the Planet is fermenting in the clutches of eco-monsters. It is:

.  Chemicalizing;

.  Acidifying;

.  Oxidizing;

.  Deforesting ("De-lunging"); and

.  De-oxygenating.

Eco-monsters know that obscene profits are not in understanding and harnessing the evolutionary healing designs. They usurp planetary resources to enrich themselves by perverting the evolutionary energy designs—and turning people into drones.

Corrosive Oceans

Geologic records indicate that about 55 million years ago oceanic waters became corrosive enough to have caused near extinction of calcifying algae. Enormous geochemical events caused extreme global warming, sharp rises in atmospheric CO2 and acidity (steep falls in the pH) of sea water. The resulting corrosiveness of water killed an estimated 75% of all life on the planet. Most disturbingly, the prevailing trends seem to indicate oceanic corrosiveness may increase to those levels in twenty-five years or so, with apocalyptic consequences.

Crimes of Denial

A distressing aspect of the problem of environmental chemicalization is the position taken by most officials in the industrialized countries. I make my point by citing the case of bisphenol A ("Bis-A"), a chemical found in milk bottles of infants. Here is what the associate director of the National Toxicology Program (U.S.) said about the compound: "There remains considerable uncertainty whether the changes seen in the animal studies are directly applicable to humans, and whether they would result in clear adverse health effects." Now consider this: Yale University researchers exposed monkeys to levels of Bis-A deemed safe for humans by the Environmental Protection Agency. They found that the chemical in those amounts interfered with brain cell connections vital to memory, learning and mood.

In April, 2011, Senator Frank R. Lautenberg introduced legislation to update "Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976" (TSCA) to protect Americans from exposure to dangerous toxins. Lautenberg chairs the Senate Subcommittee on Superfund, Toxics and Environmental Health, proposed that the chemical industry be held responsible for demonstrating the safety of industrial chemicals they manufacture for household products. Wether this effort will yield any meaningful results remains to be seen. Similar efforts in the past did not.

I address diverse aspects of environmental degradation by human-related factors in various tutorials of this course.

* The Oxygen Model of Environmental Medicine

* Disappearing Water, Perishing Plants

* Dying Plants

* Air FiltersBeware of False promises

* My Early Ecologic Thinking

* 9/11 — A Tragic Story of Neglected Ethics

* Chemicals 

* Tobacco

* Pesticides

* Carcinogens

 

 

* Chemicals 

* Tobacco

* Pesticides