Friday, 29 August 2008


Cary G Dean.

Controversial fluoride is one of the basic ingredients in both PROZAC (FLUoxetene Hydrochloride) and Sarin nerve gas (Isopropyl Methyl Phosphoryl FLUoride).
And the stuff that's put in your water supply for you all to drink (HexaFLUrosilic Acid)

by Dan Montgomery
November 1, 1997

Lead, Fluoride, the Roman Empire and the Decline of Academic Achievement in the United States

Could fluoride contribute to an impairment of academic performance?

In 1995, Dr. Mullenix and others published a report of lab research showing that sodium fluoride caused brain defects in rats.

Sodium fluoride is not the acid fluoride that is commonly added to public water systems, but there is no reason to doubt that the fluoride ions from acid fluoride are as harmful as the fluoride ions from sodium fluoride.

Heavy metals and toxic chemicals may have already contributed to the economic decline of the United States.

During the last half of the twentieth century, we have had an era of acid fluoride and metal water pipes.

Heavy metals are leached from metal water pipes because of the low pH of water in many parts of the World.

Older homes were built with metal water pipes.

These metal water pipes are found typically in central cities.

During most of the era of fluoridation, acid fluoride was added to public water supplies without regard to how much it contributed to the leaching of heavy metals.

The EPA now recommends that sodium hydroxide be added to water systems to raise the pH high enough to reduce the corrosion of metal pipes and water fixtures to politically acceptable levels.

The ancient Romans used lead for making water pipes, cooking utensils, water tanks and storage vessels.

Lead water pipes were used in most major cities in the empire.

Wine was cheap in ancient Rome and Athens and it was contaminated with lead from as many as 14 sources during its preparation.

Lead was used as part of the preservative and as a flavor enhancer.

Even the Christian sacramental cups of that era were the kind that were made of lead or leaded bronze common at the time.

Apathy and gluttony have been associated with the decline of the Roman Empire.

It may have been the lead in food, water and wine which caused the apathy.

Musonius, a Roman writing in the first century A.D., observed that masters were weaker, less healthy and less able to endure labor than the servant class.

Those who grew up in the country were stronger than those who grew up in the city.

Those who ate plain food were likely to live longer and have less of the diseases associated, by hindsight, with lead poisoning.

These were "gouts," "dropsies" and colics."

This is as close as anyone got to discovering chronic lead poisoning in the Roman Empire and leaving a record of the hypothesis.

The rich received more than their share of lead poisoning because they could afford more of the sources of lead contamination.

When soft water sits in lead pipes, it leaches the lead from the pipes.

In ancient Rome, the rich controlled most of the public water outlets.

The first drawn water of the morning, which had been sitting over night absorbing lead, was a privilege of the rich.

The evidence suggests that the offspring of parents with lead poisoning were more likely to be underachievers and had a high infant mortality rate.

Chronic lead poisoning persistently destroyed the Roman aristocracy, thus creating a scarcity of good management.

Old aristocratic families died out only to be replaced by others who suffered the same fate.

Nriagu conludes that lead contamination was a major cause of the decline of the Roman Empire.

Today, a real attempt is being made to keep lead out of public water systems.

The decline of intelligence may not all be ascribed to lead and acid fluoride.

There are other heavy metals and other toxic chemicals.

The element of history that is repeating itself is that the damage to intelligence and behavioral ability impairs activities which require good mental ability.

The biological causes are unknown, ignored or delt with ineffectively.

As a result, economic productivity is less than it would have been and the ability to manage a complex political and economic system declines.

In ancient Rome, the aristocracy lost its ability to govern competently because of lead poisoning.

It is probable that they had chronic lead intoxication.

Poor management by the aristocracy contributed to the decline of the empire.

( This time Round Folk's they know exactly what their doing, it's simply the Dumbing down of the public at Large. )


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