Agent Orange Blog Posts

Agent Orange: 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin in breast milk increases autistic traits of 3-year-old children in Vietnam : Molecular Psychiatry

Dioxin levels in the breast milk of mothers residing near a contaminated former airbase in Vietnam remain much higher than in unsprayed areas, suggesting high perinatal dioxin exposure for their infants. The present study investigated the association...
by PolygenicBlog on Apr 24, 2014

Senjata Kimia Mematikan

5 Senjata Kimia Mematikan yang Pernah Dipakai dalam PerangSHABESTAN — Amerika Serikat (AS) menuding Suriah menggunakan senjata kimia terhadap warganya. Alasan ini membuat AS berencana melakukan aksi militer kendati Suriah membantah dan menyebut sen...
by Angkasa dan Militer on Sep 8, 2013

Yanks, Chemical Weapons And Vietnam

Anton Goryunov  writes about Bashar al Assad  and the US news from outside Syria. Read all about the Vietnam war, find out more about Agent Orange, Viet Cong, the chemical war, Captain Scarlett in the war in Iraq and why the enemy often...
by Stirring Trouble on Aug 29, 2013

Demonstration Against Monsanto Week

From Agent Orange To Genetically Modified Food, Can We Trust Them? American activists have called for a week of direct action against Monsanto – the largest company pushing GM technology onto the world. This week has been selected because this...
by When East Meets West on Jan 27, 2012

Healthful Foods You Should Never, Ever Eat

Healthful Foods You Should Never, Ever Eat Based on a article by Dr. Mercola (Healingtalks) There are two types of research regarding foods — independent science and corporate science. It’s not hard to decide which one to trust. Jeffrey S...
by Healing Talks on Oct 10, 2011

Healthful Foods You Should Never, Ever Eat Based on a article by Dr. Mercola There are two types of research regarding foods — independent science and corporate science. It’s not hard to decide which one to trust. Jeffrey Smith, featured...
by Healing Talks on Oct 9, 2011

Dad Died Last Night

Dad died in the middle of last night. I originally posted this tribute (originally called Dear Dad) to dad last year, slightly over a year ago today. He lived much longer than expected  (when diagnosed in 2009 he was given 1 year to live) and went...
by The Grim Ether on Sep 27, 2011
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