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The Machine that Changed the World–Videos

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(1 of5)The Machine that Changed the World: Giant Brains. 1992 480P Documentary

(2of5) The Machine that Changed the World: Inventing the Future. 1992 480P Documentary

(3of5) The Machine that Changed the World: The Paperback Computer. 1992 480P Documentary

(4of5) The Machine that Changed the World: The Thinking Machine. 1992 480P Documentary

(5of5) The Machine that Changed the World: The World at Your Fingertips. 1992 480P Documentary

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Bisphenol A (BPA) Contaminating Our Food–Covert Neo-Eugenics?–Videos

Posted on February 9, 2012. Filed under: Biology, Blogroll, Chemistry, Communications, Economics, Federal Government, Foreign Policy, government, government spending, history, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, media, People, Philosophy, Politics, Raves, Regulations, Resources, Science, Technology, Unemployment, Video | Tags: , , , , , , |

What is Bisphenol A

Bisphenol A is a potentially harmful chemical found in common plastic items. Find out what you can do to limit your family’s exposure to Bisphenol A with these parenting tips.

Bisphenol A has formally been declared a toxic substance by Canadian authorities

Meet the Authors of the BPA in Food Packaging Study 

Plastic Bottle & BPA Chemical

A just-published study is offering some good news and bad news about a controversial chemical found in some of the food and beverage containers you may have in your home. The study reveals a new way the chemical might be harmful to developing fetuses and young children. They also found that some dietary supplements can reverse its effects.

Uncovering Bisphenol A – Covert Depopulation

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical building block that is used primarily to make polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins. Use in some food and drink packaging, e.g., water and infant bottles, compact discs, impact-resistant safety equipment, and medical devices. Epoxy resins are used as lacquers to coat metal products such as food cans, beer cans, bottle tops, and water supply pipes.
A known endocrine disrupter which in large quantities interferes with the release of hormones, also known to cause Infertility and Cancer.
Bisphenol A (BPA) now linked to Male Infertility:

Is Cancer-Causing BPA in your Child’s Food? 

BPA – Bisphenol A 

Bisphenol A (BPA) Contaminating Our Food

Bisphenol A is found in most plastic food containers today.  Not only is it found in plastic containers, but also in the lining of most cans.  BPA is essentially a synthetic estrogen that enters the body when one consumes food or beverages out of plastic or plastic-lined containers.  This is not only harmful to the male reproductive system, but has been found to also stimulate breast cancer growth in women.  Knowing this, it should be of no surprise that the sperm count of the average Western male is on a steady decline as many males are becoming more and more feminine.  What most people don’t know is that Bisphenol A was actually considered as the form of estrogen to be used in estrogen pills going back to the 1930s.

Alan Watt: BPA, Sterilization, Vaccines & Neo-Eugenics 

Bisphenol A, Food Containers, Effects on Humans, Gov’t Regs

ABC News Report on the Dangers of Bisphenol A

Food – The Ultimate Secret Exposed full version

BPA – Death by Plastic 

Alex Covers The Full Spectrum Biological/Eugenics Program Against Humanity 1/2

Alex Covers The Full Spectrum Biological/Eugenics Program Against Humanity 2/2 

Memorandum to Bernard Berelson (President, Population Council) found in “Activities Relevant to the Study of Population Policy for the U.S.” 3/11/69 by Frederick S. Jaffe (Vice president of Planned Parenthood – World Population).

TABLE 1. Examples of Proposed Measures to Reduce U.S. Fertility, by Universality or Selectivity of Impact
Universal Impact Social Constraints Selective Impact
Depending on Socio-Economic Status Economic Deterrents Measures Predicated on Existing Motivation to Prevent Unwanted Pregnancies
Social Controls
Restructure family:
a) Postpone or avoid marriage b) Alter image of ideal family size
Compulsory education of children Encourage increased homosexuality Educate for family limitation Fertility control agents in water supply Encourage women to work
Modify tax policies:
a) Substantial marriage tax b) Child Tax c) Tax married more than single d) Remove parents tax exemption d) Additional taxes on parents with more than I or 2 children in school
Reduce/eliminate paid maternity leave or benefits Reduce/eliminate children’s or family allowances Bonuses for delayed marriage and greater child-spacing Pensions for women of 45 with less than N children Eliminate Welfare payments after first 2 children
Compulsory abortion of out-of-wedlock pregnancies
Compulsory sterilization of all who have two children except for a few who would be allowed three
Source: “A Family Planning Perspectives Special Supplement” published by Planned Parenthood-World Population, NYC, NY, 1970.

None Dare Call It Genocide – Dr. Stanley Monteith

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