Nanotechnology is measured in billionths of a meter, encompassing all aspects of life from food to medicine, clothing, to space. Imagine hundreds of microcomputers on the width of a strand of hair programmed for specific tasks....in your body. Sound good?
Many things are being altered right before our eyes, mostly without your consent, or maybe knowledge. These changes are from funded and classified experiments, accidents, and new science with creepy 'modern' agendas. This sort of broad scale change is unfolding in nearly every facet of our lives. But the signs and symptoms already indicate that not everything is too good for health.
Lets start with food for example. The bioavailability of nutritional benefits seems to be getting...
Marketed by some as completely harmless relative to regular tobacco smoking, electronic cigarettes have taken on global popularity. But new research from PLoS One indicates these devices generate aerosols that contain higher levels of toxic metal nanoparticles than conventional tobacco smoke.
We all want a tan, and continuously are looking for a great product to theoretically protect our skin. People slather it on, spraying it, all over the neck, chest, and back. Who would have thought that putting it on could create a fire on the body? What??
Researchers examining 44 samples of 30 different vaccines found dangerous contaminants, including red blood cells in one vaccine and metal toxicants in every single sample tested – except in one animal vaccine.
To clean up its drugs that are contaminated with genotoxic ingredients (which are also carcinogenic), Big Pharma may deploy lab-created, nanosized, polymer-based scavengers.
It is estimated that the average U.S. consumer consumes a trillion nanoparticles a day. A disturbing fact when one considers new research showing that one of the most widely used forms -- nanotitanium -- is carcinogenic to stomach cells.
A highly controversial new study on heavy metal contaminated vaccines is under fire, but its detractors fail to understand that, in nano-toxicology, size matters much more than commonly believed. Indeed, sometimes the smaller the size, the greater the toxicity.