Dow, G.E. and all the top energy co.s poisoning you with PLASTIC

12 05 2015

Shell,

Dow,

G.E.,

Mistubishi and all the big ones produce all the toxic plastic that POISONS FOOD and causes STERILITY.

PLASTIC PLANET

LINK – http://youtu.be/0Yvag6HyWUA

LINK –  http://youtu.be/cm1HYvO2lB8

PLASTIC IS TOXIC!

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33 responses

12 05 2015
richard123456columbia

To replace plastics we would have no trees on this planet in short order.

12 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

We’d have a lot of Kerr jars and balsa wood boxes like old days. If hemp and plant matter were utilized cheap paper and board products would be in great abundance.
In marijuana law history you find the cotton cartel helped promote weed ban since cotton is ingredient in paper but hemp is cheaper and better for that.
You need not ‘replace’ all plastics. You need to dump wasteful ‘consumer economy’ and live with Earth in some compatibility.
The world still turned before the man from Glad showed up.

12 05 2015
mittensmitten

😘 Don’t know how it could be said better…

12 05 2015
mittensmitten

Thank you for this video. The producer had the passion to make the movie due to his grandfather’s involvement in the beginnings of the world of plastics and his subsequent early death. Wouldn’t it be something if all the offspring of all the leaders of the plastics/nuclear industries inherited that same moral gene? If only it was mandatory watching in our schools as well as mandatory reading of “We Almost Lost Detroit”. Thanks again.

12 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

I found it because it aired on tv today on ISAT channel.
When they mentioned DOW I knew I had to post it 🙂

13 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

apropos nothing –

23 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish
26 05 2015
miningawareness

They are actually making new plastics out of corn (maize) and other non-toxic things now. If you stretch out the definition to polymer then it includes humans. A Ph.D. chemist in polymer science said it was getting weird in that they can make muscles and yes, because these are polymer chains, so it’s not so weird. There is actually a lot of hope in non-toxic plastics for protecting the earth from mining. Also, there are conductive plastics which can replace copper and so there won’t be copper mining. The toxic ones are petroleum by-products and if we stop using gasoline then they won’t make them anymore. Glass involves mining and must be recycled then. If people could go back to growing their own food and living off the land there wouldn’t be much need for wrappings. This is increasingly difficult because land is being polluted and destroyed and people are having too many kids in some countries and sending them to less populated countries. People still refuse to consider the math of overpopulation. China had it right except they should have done two child and left it in place long enough to work. I think a lot that is being blamed on plastics is from radiation. Which do you think is more likely to cause infertility in your sardine can – the BPA or the plutonium?

26 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

radiation is worse but that documentary detail about hormones affected by plastic packaging was scary.
Look at 1950’s baseball cards and see how men’s faces (skeletons) have changed. GMOs and other food changes have given many an under-layer of fat that takes all of the angles out of the face. Comparing current ball players … they look so roly-poly. That is the effect of plastic on hormones etc.

27 05 2015
miningawareness

Yes, I know. I was freaked out about plastics for years, as hormone disrupters. But, I now feel like people are looking at all of these things and missing the radioactive elephant. I am still angry because I feel that my worries were displaced. Some of this may still be radiation. Also, the estrogen from birth control goes into the water supply and is not filtered. I bet that this is a bigger reason for infertility and low sperm counts. The drop in sperm counts is the most shocking. Radiation actually impacts male fertility even more than female due to cell turnover rate. Estrogen birth control dates from the late 1950s to 1960s. The good thing about the plastics uproar is that the very uproar has made them make some efforts to make safer plastics. This is one example of where the market has worked somewhat. Castor oil is actually a prevalent non-toxic plastic. Water pipes are largely plastic now and plastic type is important unless you have a lot of calcium which will line the pipes. The metals can be toxic too. On the flabby I know. It’s not just about fat. I have noticed a sort of flaccidness of some priests and homosexuals and wondered if it indicates low testosterone. Someone who went into the priesthood said that abstaining is supposed to result in drops in testosterone over time. Sorry that this comment borders on obscene.

27 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

not obscene … just observation.
Don’t forget early onset of puberty (growth hormones in food???) and huge effects on society.
I feel bad for the DNA-damaged future generations.
Radiation is accumulated and makes each generation DNA breakdown worse.
USA kids are ver-ry unhealthy and things will only get worse.

27 05 2015
miningawareness

Yes, growth hormones. And salt and sugar and just plain fat will make for puffiness. (I got logged out and lost my longer comment. )

28 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

I hate it when long typing session is erased!

26 05 2015
miningawareness

What I was actually going to ask about is if you have any serious documentation about the plan to do a military coup against FDR that involved the Bushes and Dupont. I just ran across that the Bushes owned Duncannon plantation in Barnwell SC which I bet they sold for a killing to make the Savannah River site. They had moved and first loaned it to someone who supposedly gave it to a hunting club but I wonder if the Bushes didn’t sell it to the USG for a fat profit. This is one of those sideline things which I have no time for right now but too important to not put into the right hands (yours). It seems like the plantation house itself was moved. There is a long document on the history of SRS which may or may not discuss this. Dupont-Dow are the same in my eyes, though Dupont is French – Dupont de Nemours outside of Paris.

26 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

on FDR … I think mention was in here

or here ….

I like Opperman a lot.

27 05 2015
miningawareness

Thanks

27 05 2015
Anonymous

How much land will it take to produce hemp, etc, this land will be competing for food production, home and industries land. Many large centers like Ontario area have paved over many square miles of orchards like what is happening around the world. Some time in the future fertile land for food production will run out. We have to many humans for this planet to support and no mater what we do we are doomed.

27 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

In USA, I always thought the flood prone areas of Miss. River banks would be great hemp land. It is a 1-2 year crop and a flooded season would be quickly recouped.
Cheap as hell and a hardy plant. No reason to destroy our last 2% of old growth forests for Kleenex.
I know lots about paper and many unusual (not wood pulp) papers have superior qualities.
Those corn stalks farmers plow under, for instance, could be great paper/board material.
And so could (neglected) coconut fiber.
I just hate getting food server in poly styrene … when kinder-to-the-Earth products get overlooked due only to huge industry cartels.

Cartels are against common sense.

I am influenced by the book on So. America history, “Open Veins of Latin America”.

29 05 2015
richard123456columbia

Using corn stalks or like material is not very dense and will be costly to ship to a manufacturing location. People shake their head when they see truck loads of bio mass being shipped, ruining roads with double trailers of bio and fuel to run these trucks. It is a very expensive way to produce energy.

31 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

That idea was about paper and board composition … sorry if it wasn’t clear.
No need to destroy old growth forest lands for packaging materials.
And just about all continental US has land that can support crops useful for paper, packaging etc. … it doesn’t need to ship far.
It is private cartels that make these transcontinental moves the ‘norm’.
No completion with these mobsters.

(my opinion – feel free to differ here, all views welcome in comment area).

27 05 2015
miningawareness

I think that I had tracked some of the silly annoying comments that I got about my post on solar to Dow in NJ. Less silly annoying comments which would have required work I had no time for in order to debunk came from someone who seemed tied into the UK Energy Minister Ed Davey’s brother’s law firm which works for EDF. At least Ed Davey “got his” and was booted out, just like Mary Landrieu did! Unfortunately, the bad deeds sometimes live on. That man who allegedly bribed officials to put a nuclear waste dump in Texas is DEAD. However, the dump lives on and is getting worse! I think that they are letting AREVA work out there even though it is KNOWN that AREVA has bribed and used substandard materials. These people must be shut down and sent to clean-up the messes they’ve made as corporal punishment!

27 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

They need to make mini-nuke dumps in backyards of these promoters!

27 05 2015
miningawareness

Yes, yes, and yes! Amen!

28 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

send them the nuke waste in cardboard boxes, C.O.D.!

28 05 2015
miningawareness

Actually someone put some beach sand from near Sellafield at the PM’s house and it caused a stir. I want the majority of NRC and EPA workers working nuclear cleanup in the day and spending nights in jail. That solves the worker shortage and punishment at once. The same for private nuclear promoters. One of the most appalling things is that in at least one of the counties, welfare to work is to either Savannah River Site or McDonalds. If you are in NYC or have friends still there you need to check out this web site:

27 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

OT /
I am enjoying BBC live feed on FIFA arrests …
http://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-europe-32897157

27 05 2015
miningawareness

I did notice that. Thanks for the feedback. I wondered if I should cover it or not in news. Need some arrests of the NRC and EPA. Currently in wonderment that Russia thinks it is a small US business and thus should not have to clean up its uranium mining mess in the US. On a related note, I think that the smaller, faster, strategic guys who used to be allowed to play football and basketball have moved to soccer. I think football is now more about bulk than in the pre-1950s period.

28 05 2015
28 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

that’s good to know ….

28 05 2015
miningawareness

If it wasn’t clear I mean the NRC-EPA office workers, politicians, etc. who are industry lackeys should be punished through clean-up, which solves worker shortage. Ditto for other nuclear promoters. If each person had to keep the amount of radioactive waste which corresponded to use they would think twice about nuclear. They could have a lead vault and keep it in their basement or closet. Obviously would be a terrorism risk so it doesn’t work but would help people understand. Sending welfare to work to SRS and homeless to Fukushima is really really sad. In Japan many are older people with no one to take care of them and I think I read that Japan gives no social security because kids are supposed to take care of you. This is everyone’s future with nuclear.

28 05 2015
miningawareness

Since we had discussed it, I found articles in German showing that Chinese and probably European nuclear waste is going to Africa. It seems more east Africa and North Africa, however. I think it was mostly west Africa that said no. I don’t really consider east Africa Africa, though of course it is. It and North Africa by geography and history seem more tied into what we now see as the Arab world. Historically, of course, Spain was the Arab world.

28 05 2015
flyingcuttlefish

yeah, I think Somalia is a place where old drums of waste wash up.
I think Dana Durnford talked about it…

29 05 2015
miningawareness

Yes. I did hear about that but this was land-based in Mozambique and Algeria. I think there were other countries in the east or maybe it was just Somalia. For Algeria some radioactive glass had arrived from China. Maybe there were other countries. The Algeria one was found at a random customs search ca 2012 so how much more may have come in? I saw a major oil leak in the desert in Algeria on google but could never re-find it. A lot of bad stuff could disappear into the desert. I think that rad waste even showed up in urban Italy, like Milan. Then, of course, the French left messes at uranium mines in Gabon and elsewhere. The dead CEO of Areva had worked down there so he could have died of lung cancer rather than been bumped off. Neither looks good. I had some interesting stuff on Gabon and Areva but there’s just too much to get online. Actually the Gabon mine seemed to possibly influence the river. There was some overlap between that old uranium mine and Ebola I think. The cases came during the dry season and impacted the apes and I think maybe old uranium tailings flew and poisoned the apes and the people are so poor that some will eat monkeys or apes that have dropped dead. It makes sense in that they don’t kill that way but is obviously dangerous. Also, the presidents saying they refuse the waste doesn’t mean it’s not coming in with bribes. I read that Germany is actually land-filling exempt nuclear waste from old reactors too. It’s something else which will have to wait, I guess. B.B. King’s burial is Saturday, btw.

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