Poisoning Pesky Pests

April showers bring flowers – and mosquitoes!!! The one good thing about our prolonged dry spell is that we have had almost no mosquitoes for months…but that is about to change. Truly, mosquitoes are some of the most pestilential insects on this earth – not only is their bite unpleasant, but some species have the capacity to transmit diseases. People will do almost anything to get rid of them. And pest control companies prey on this urge, and will sell you just about anything.

The device the pest companies are pushing these days – the “mosquito misting system” – costs several thousand dollars to install, but it does actually kill mosquitoes. These systems use a series of nozzles, usually placed around the periphery of the homeowner’s yard, which emit a fine mist at intervals (many have programmable timers). The mist, which contains water mixed with a pyrethroid insecticide, kills mosquitoes on contact. Pyrethroids are widely used, generalist insecticides touted as “safe” for humans and pets such as dogs and cats, because they are derived from plants (learn more about these “safe” chemicals by clicking here.)

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Perchlorate Chemicals Found in 100% of Tested Infant Formula Products

The CDC has conducted a study of infant formula products sold in the United States and shockingly found they were all contaminated with rocket fuel chemicals!

Published in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, these findings reveal that every single infant formula product tested was found to contain perchlorate. The highest levels were reportedly found in the cow’s milk formula products.

How does perchlorate get into infant formula? It’s simple: It’s a contaminant in the water supply that’s given to dairy cows. Those cows, in turn, pass the perchlorate chemicals through their milk, and that milk is used to make infant formula that many (ignorant) parents still feed their babies.

(Can you believe human mothers still feed their human babies milk made from bovine animals?)

What’s a better alternative? First off, human breast milk is the obvious choice. But if that’s not available, goat’s milk infant formula is the next-best thing. (Check your local health food store for goat’s milk brands.)

You can also read some recipes on home-made infant formula at the Dr. Weston Price Foundation (http://www.westonaprice.org/children/recipes.html).

Stop poisoning our babies!
That rocket fuel chemicals are found in the water supply and, subsequently, infant formula is no surprise: Modern civilization is awash with toxic chemicals. Even breastfeeding doesn’t avoid the issue, since virtually all human breast milk is also contaminated with perchlorate!

And it’s not just rocket fuel that’s in the water: The water supply is also contaminated with trace amounts of numerous pharmaceuticals and fragrance chemicals. Remember the recent story about the fish being caught near major U.S. cities and testing positive for psychiatric medications? (http://www.naturalnews.com/025933.html)

You might also want to check out a transcript of a radio show I did on the subject of pharmaceutical contamination of the water supply last year: http://www.naturalnews.com/024764.html

The bottom line? The water supply is toxic, and even if you don’t count the trace amounts of chemicals that have already been found, cities are intentionally adding fluoride and chlorine chemicals to the water supply, too! That makes it quite a toxic brew.

It’s clear that we’ve all got to protect ourselves from the dangerous water supply if we wish to stop poisoning ourselves and our babies.

Water supply solutions
There are essentially TWO places you need to protect your water in your home (this is especially true if you are pregnant or breastfeeding):

1) Your shower.

2) Your kitchen tap.

Fortunately, there are very affordable products that filter the water in each of these places.

On the low end, in the kitchen category, you can buy PUR or Brita water filters at Wal-Mart (if you can stand shopping there) and they really do work! Get ’em at Costco or Sam’s Club for a better deal. Notably, these devices are cheap up front, but the long-term cost to change out the filters is quite high. It’s sort of like buying an inkjet printer: The printer unit is cheap, but the ink costs you a fortune.

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UC Merced Professor Receives Awards from Optics Organizations

MERCED – UC Merced founding professor Roland Winston, considered a pioneer in the field of nonimaging optics, has received distinguished awards from two of the industry’s premier organizations.

The Optical Society of America awarded Winston its 2009 Joseph Fraunhofer Award/Robert M. Burley Prize and the Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers’ (SPIE) selected him for its 2009 A.E. Conrady Award.

“I feel very honored to be recognized by two of the major societies in optics,” said Winston, one UC Merced’s founding faculty members. “I am pleased for the university and for my students.”

The Optical Society of America’s Joseph Fraunhofer/Robert M. Burley prize recognizes significant accomplishments in the field of optical engineering. SPIE’s A.E. Conrady Award is given annually to recognize and honor exceptional contributions in design, construction and testing of optical systems and instrumentation.

Nonimaging optics is a science concerned with collecting, concentrating, transporting and distributing light energy in applications such as solar energy, signal detection, illumination optics and measurement and testing.

Winston joined UC Merced’s faculty in 2003. He is jointly appointed to the schools of Engineering and Natural Sciences and holds the UC Presidential Endowed Chair. He has applied the field of nonimaging optics to a variety of problems in radiation detection, illumination and solar energy concentration.

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Swine Flu Update

At least two California State University campuses have identified possible swine flu cases, and several San Jose area schools have been closed as a precautionary measure. Please be assured that San Jose State University is open

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it’s ok to Kiss a Pig? See what talk about the pig flu

Breaking News – Suspected case of H1N1 flu found in Stradley Hall on OSU campus – Source OSU Lantern
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Hot topics on H1N1(Swine Flu)

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