Saturday, January 21, 2012

Roundup found in human urine in cities!

I look out now over Winter Lake, Coquille. The rains have stopped and I feel the cold water influencing the general landscape of the area. However, all the water came from upstream where both Myrtle Point and Coquille are working on sewage systems. All the pollution from tourists dumped on 42 E / W, all the stuff people throw out the windows eventually goes into the water and downstream. We all know this, it's basic ecology from grade school stuff. ;)

Well, Roundup, which has been linked for over 25 years to damaging farms and making people sick to flat out destroying farms and causing lesions on people, pets and livestock. Well, now it has been traced to human urine in a city, on a large scale because it was found in the water.

You think you are safe here in America? You aren't. Monsonto has been using all of us Americans in one giant experiment. Take a look at this damning data:

The presence of glyphosate and its degradation product, aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA), in surface waters means that drinking water quality and aquatic wildlife may be put at risk. Studies have shown many aquatic species are affected by the herbicide and its breakdown product, and there is growing concern about the safety of the product for human health.

USGS found glyphosate in more than 60% of air and rain sampled at three locations in Mississippi, Iowa and Indiana, with AMPA found in more than 50% of samples.
If you know people in those areas, I hope you impress upon them the idea of water filters.

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