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Studies Confirm Again Link between Mercury and Autism

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Mercury is a potent neurotoxin. Even the smallest amounts can cause cumulative adverse effects. Two of the most widespread forms of mercury exposure comes from the organic compounds methylmercury (found in fish) and ethylmercury, which makes up 50% of the vaccine preservative thimerosal. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) affirms that young children and fetuses are particularly... 

Scientists Reveal Dark Matter Secret Behind Mercury's Crust

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The secret behind Mercury’s low visibility to astronomers has finally been revealed thanks to a recent mission to the planet. The reason for planet Mercury’s ‘dark’ appearance to astronomers has been found to be graphite, astronomers examining data from NASA’s MESSENGER mission found. The study, carried out at Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory... 

​Astonishing images of Mercury captured by NASA spacecraft before smashing into planet

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As Judgment Day approaches for NASA’s Messenger probe, stunning new pictures have emerged of the planet it is set to crash into on Thursday: Mercury. The incredible close-up shots show our solar system’s smallest planet as never before. The psychedelic appearance is explained by NASA overlaying the pictures from the spacecraft’s Visual and Infrared Spectrometer (Virs) onto a black and white... 

Influenza Vaccines mercury 100 times higher than Australian limit

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We find it interesting, therefore, that the Australian government’s limit on mercury in complementary medicines is set at 0.5 ppm, as described in this TGA document. The document explains that “Incidental metals and non-metals” must be less than 5 ppm total, and mercury in particular must be under 0.5 ppm in order to meet the TGA’s “acceptance criteria.” Yet influenza vaccines contain... 

Jupiter's moon Ganymede can support life - NASA

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Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede, from the Galileo and Voyager space missions show a bright flat surface. Ganymede, the largest moon in our solar system may possess ice and liquid oceans which scientists say are stacked up like a multi-layered club sandwich and may contain life. Scientists from a NASA-funded research team performed a computer modeling of Ganymede’s oceans, taking into account... 

Pregnant Nurse Fired for Refusing Flu Shot

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Fired: Dreonna Breton, pictured, was fired after she refused a mandatory flu shot to protect her unborn baby A pregnant nurse in Pennsylvania has been fired after she refused a mandatory flu shot to protect her unborn baby. Dreonna Breton, 29, learned she was pregnant with her second child in October, a month before all staff at her Lancaster employer, Horizon Healthcare Services, were required to... 

Govt Bans 75-Watt Bulbs, Replaces with Mercury-Leaking 'Efficient' Bulbs

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The days of the 75-watt incandescent light bulbs seem to be numbered. Stores may sell their existing stock, but January 2nd’s new federal law is preparing to phase out production and importation. Forty- and 60-watt incandescent bulbs will face the same slow death next year. The government is instead favoring fluorescent bulbs including CFLs, or compact fluorescent light, for the bulbs’ ability... 

New LED light bulbs will cost you $50 Each after 100-watt bulbs are banned

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The future of lighting? The 'greener' 100-watt-equivalent LED bulbs are due to go on sale next year but are expensive. Although it sounds bad to pay as much as $50 for a light bulb, considering the fact that these LED light bulbs have an average life span of 25,000 hours (22 years) the price isn’t bad at all and if these bulbs would indeed last that long, this could really mean a technological... 
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