Saturday, March 23, 2013

How To Cure Attention Deficit Disorder

Why Everyone Has A.D.D. or  A.D.H.D.

Recently, I have been noticing a lot of cases in which people are having trouble concentrating on seemingly simple tasks.  I have seen reports at health-related forums, and even in regular media discussing the problems that people are having with organization, memory, and their tendency to become easily distracted.  In the most problematic cases, it has been often blamed on an increased need to multitask in the workplace or school.  However, the workload for most Americans has not actually increased at the same rate as these problems have, and people with low-stress jobs are experiencing these same issues at equally elevated rates.  Thus, I am led to form another conclusion.
This CNN article blamed A.D.D. as the cause of all these problems, pointing to the fact that 5 million female Americans suffer from it, and it is even more common in men.  The media, as usual, ignored the most basic probing questions in favor of fluff, as if their job was to merely distract us more.  What is the cause of A.D.D.?  What is the cure?
Perhaps they were silent on these questions because any mention of curing would have meant the reporters were risking criminal prosecution for making unapproved medical claims or practicing medicine without a license.  Even though they should be immune from such worries as journalists, we can nevertheless imagine the cold chill as they conferenced about the matter with their legal department, and their corporate suits.
In other words, curing any disease is illegal in the United States, for all practical purposes.  Just talking about curing is literally a criminal offense, because only the F.D.A. can grant permission to use the word 'cure', since this word supposedly constitutes making a "medical claim", and they contend that anything producing a positive health effect is automatically a ("unapproved") drug, under their regulation.  This is not a hypothetical risk either.  There are are doctors and laymen in prison now for curing diseases.
They never authorize anyone to cure anything, or to even talk about curing; and they never will for the sake of their partners.  It really is something right from the pages of George Orwell's novel, 1984.  The word 'cure' has long been purged from the official medical vocabulary.  (Just for fun, ask your doctor how many people he has cured of diseases, and then ask him for just one person's name.  Be sure to time him, to see how long it is before he tells you to get out of his office.)
The only medical care officially allowed consists of treatments and long-term disease symptom management, because these pay long-term dividends to Big Medico and Big Pharma, and they cause us to become completely dependent upon the system -- forever.  CNN's article listed the approved treatments, of course, because that is exactly what modern medicine is about: perpetual 'treatments'.
The truth is that A.D.D. is usually an easily correctable condition, for which there is no conclusive test.  It is diagnosed based on a collection of symptoms which naturally occur to a lesser degree in other children.  Depending on which drugs are the most expensive, and which are the newest, is what generally defines the diagnosis and the treatment strategy.  They call this modern medical "science".  The final diagnosis could be A.D.D., bipolar disorder, or a whole list of other conditions which are suddenly appearing in children at conveniently the same rate as there are new pharmaceuticals to treat them.
Keep this in mind: A.D.D. is often caused by chemical poisoning combined with malnutrition in childhood. Therefore, A.D.D. is often diagnosed soon after a round of vaccines (just like autism), or it slowly develops when people have a poor diet.  There is also an alternative explanation for why A.D.D. appears to be a genetic disorder, for poor diet habits are known to be cross-generational in families.  While most people do not have A.D.D., they nevertheless experience at least some of its symptoms routinely.  As a society, our diet has become that bad.
Children are more likely to get diagnosed, because the foods which are marketed to them are often brightly colored with chemicals, full of artificial flavors, have huge amounts of acids, refined sugars, and artificial sweeteners which greatly exaggerate their symptoms.  Artificial colors and several additives have been removed from children's foods in England due to their well-documented toxicity problems.
While we have been trying to expose pharmaceuticals and artificial additives for a long time, most sources ignore one of the most insidious dangers of poisons.  This danger is that they equally attack the brain.  Mercury does cause autism, lead causes retardation, MSG lowers the I.Q. and may cause heart failure, aspartame causes epilepsy, Parkinson's Disease, M.S., and brain cancer, and artificial food additives cause A.D.D..  You will find a plethora of evidence proving each of these statements if you look to sources outside the U.S.A., so long as your sources do not have sponsors from the chemical industry.
Another cause of attention deficit disorders are very severe illnesses that occurred during childhood, such as pneumonias.  Life threatening illnesses at a young age often have a lifetime impact, and may hyper-stimulate the immune system, so that it forever overreacts to minor triggers.  People who are thusly afflicted are significanly more vulnerable to chemical toxicity and allergens than average people.  Our recommendations for eliminating attention deficit disorder still apply to these people, and the hyper-stimulation will eventually wane.  Unfortunately, it is a long term process.
Researching Cures During The Health Information War
Unfortunately, accurate sources are often drowned out by others who pander to the powers-that-be, including major search engines and, who frequently penalize sites such as ours.  For example, according to Alexa, no person outside of the U.S. has ever viewed this site, and we have only had 367,301 visitors.  We wonder which other team-player has been encouraging Alexa's dishonesty.  Two things are obvious: Alexa is a U.S. company, and another team-player.  On the other hand, if you ever need to research into chemical-industry sponsored science, then Alexa is a great place to begin your search.
We have even found a large number of supposedly independent alternative health sites on the Internet that actually support the party lines of the A.M.A., and we are usually able to trace them back to their pharmaceutical industry sponsors.  The same search engines which are down-playing sites such as ours are aggressively promoting these fraudulent ones.  The pattern reoccurs again and again, without exception.  You may notice that we plainly cite our names and contact information here so that readers may research our backgrounds, because we stand behind all of our words with our honor, and we sign our names to them.  Most of the bogus 'alternative' web sites do not provide author information, and it is nearly impossible the find their faceless authors, so remember these things whenever you are doing your own research, in order to find honest and credible sources.  There really is an information war happening, and the other side is working diligently to keep you dumbed-down and sick enough to control.
How To Cure Attention Deficit Disorder
The cures for these relatively new disorders require major changes in diet.  Unfortunately, nobody seems able or willing to disobey orders, or defy the party line, due to the chemical straitjackets in our foods, and those being added to our water.  For example, fluoride was first used by the NAZIs to pacify and dumb-down their conquered peoples.  Fluoride is still being used for that purpose.
On top of improving their diets, people should reduce (and hopefully eliminate) their overall exposure to toxins, like pharmaceuticals, hand sanitizers, corn-fed meat with nitrate salts and synthetic growth hormones, refined sugars, and other bleached white products, artificial colors, artificial flavors, the so-called "natural flavors" which are usually unnatural, artificial fats such as margarine, and the ungodly tap water.  The pattern is unmistakable, and all this poisoning from all directions can not possibly be accidental.
It really is this simple: Detoxify yourself, stop feeding your body poisons, stop allowing others to poison you, and stop obeying your self-appointed masters.  A.D.D. is a gift, instead of a disease, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with being creative, being a leader, or having individuality.  In the not so distant past, society used to reward these qualities.
Beware of the new generation of drugs, especially the SSRI anti-depressants, which typically require that a user be slowly weaned off of them.  This is extremely telling about the intentions of the industry which is legally allowed to create drug addictions at will.  Their drugs, at best, only suppress some of the A.D.D. symptoms for a short period, before it is time to upgrade to a stronger dose, or a stronger drug.  This is the intent.  You can count on this pharmaceutical treadmill to continue for the rest of your life, if you are obedient.  At worse, the effects of the drugs are disastrous, like for instance, temporary violent insanity and death. Perhaps if the local heroin pusher had his own congressional lobby, then perhaps he would be working alongside your pharmacist.
By the way, guess which industry invented and originally sold heroin, morphine, cocaine, and P.C.P. to patients.  I'll give you a fews hints:  They have the largest lobby in the U.S. Congress, the most lucrative industry in the U.S., they used to advertise for cigarette companies, and they have long-term and expensive treatments for whatever troubles you.
Some people who exhibit A.D.D. symptoms are simply introverted, and actually do better when given more tasks to work with; not because they are diseased, but because they are of higher intelligence, and therefore require more stimulation.  The down-side is their increased sensitivity to toxins, which produce mental disturbances.  For these cases, I highly recommend reading, How Teenage Rebellion Became A Mental Illness, in issue 3 of Naturally Good Magazine.
Again, I would like to note that changing the diet to an all-natural one (preferably organic), whilst eliminating bleached white foods, will provide enormous assistance for A.D.D. problems without the need of drugs; and this will furthermore greatly help with the person's overall long-term health.  It is a win-win, in other words, at least for everyone except your doctor.

Ciagarettes! Eeek! Run, hide your children! The social outcasts and results of 40 years of mass programming.

And now, for the truth...which we've known for a long time.

Also this, a great many people I know and have known, are dropping like flies from cancers. None of them ever smoked.

They have, however, breathed in chemtrails, ate dead irradiated food, and were pretty much obeying what they were told was "good for them" by the satanic network. They recycled and ate at fast food places and were pretty much lap-dogs of the the establishment that ordered about their lemming-like lives.

Now, they are all as "dead as Dillinger." And every month, I hear of other old friends and acquantances with cancer. And like the unthinking stooges they bred themselves to be, they are treating it with body killing chemo and radiation. They too are headed for the morgue.

Nice knowing you...


It is near sacrilege for a health publication (or any other type of publication for that matter) to publish an article that is in any way friendly or helpful to smokers nowadays.  Brace yourself, for you are about to read such a sacrilege.
Let us preface by noting that it is important to remember that smokers are hellishly evil creatures, for they savagely murder our innocent children with their second-hand death gas.  We, as a collective society, have come to view anything tobacco-related as evil, and its perpetrators as needing to be stoned (in the biblical sense).  Because of the almost religious anti-tobacco dogma nowadays, what follows might be a bit difficult to believe.
The first smokers were the American Indians ("Native Americans" for the politically correct).  They also gave us marijuana, which was a favorite treat inside their 'peace pipes', by the way.  For hundreds, if not thousands of years, these Indians frequently smoked unfiltered and organic tobacco, which was 10-20 times stronger than any cigarette sold now.  Can you guess the health effect?  The Indians did not get lung cancer -- ever.  In fact, they suffered from no major diseases whatsoever.  They did not even suffer from allergies, despite having lived outdoors constantly.  It is similar to the situation with the modern-day Amish, which we recently reported about.  It wasn't until the English and the Europeans began importing the European diet, long-term food storage, and the overall European lifestyle that diseases appeared in Indian tribes.  The Old World diseases came to them with an ugly vengeance.  Entire tribes were sometimes wiped-out in days, because the poor Indians had never needed to develop an immunity against disease.
No Indian was ever killed by tobacco before modern cigarettes, but this modern killer-tobacco is not the same tobacco that was smoked by their forefathers around their camp fires.  There still have been no deaths attributed to marijuana, ever.  If marijuana were regulated and 'enhanced' by the same chemical industry partners and governmental regulators that manage our cigarettes, foods, and drugs, then marijuana would be made equally deadly and "cancerous".  You could count on it happening.  Big Pharma would not tolerate safe marijuana anymore than it tolerates safe cigarettes, especially in lieu of marijuana's potent medicinal qualities.
Like our foods, and our medicines, modern tobacco is 'enhanced' (poisoned) by the chemical industry, and now our foods, medicines, and even our tobaccos comprise an unholy trinity of death and destruction.  In modern cigarette smoke, the chemical compounds in an average cigarette outnumber the tobacco compounds over 100-to-1.  Every one of these intentionally added chemicals is toxic, and most are carcinogenic.  So, there is some truth to the belief that most (if not all) tobacco companies are evil, because what they do to their own customers is truly evil.  Absolutely none of it is necessary.  We are frankly baffled at the insanity of it all.  We could write dozens of pages citing these deadly chemical cocktails, but we figure that our readers would prefer to be spared.  Cigarettes, like medicines and foods, do not need to be poisoned, but all of these tend to be quite toxic in this era, thanks to "improvements" by the chemical industry.
The New Dark Secret Of The Tobacco Industry And Your State Government -- "Fire Safe Cigarettes"
It is getting much worse for smokers.  By January of 2010, in 49 out of the 50 United States, a new and much worse poison is being required by law to be added to all cigarettes.  I wish we were kidding about this, but honestly, the new state laws are requiring that cigarette manufacturers poison smokers with something worse than we have seen before, like a state-mandated genocide against smokers.  Please have the compassion to help us get the message out, even if you personally despise smoking and smokers.  It is the right thing to do, and deep down, you know that it really is.
The new cigarettes contain a trace amount of ethylene/vinyl acetate, copolymer emulsion in water, which is literally 'carpet glue'.  It is known to cause tumors in mice, but inhalation of its smoke has never been tested on humans, of course.  The Material Safety Data Sheet (M.S.D.S.) for this substance notes that it produces toxic fumes when exposed to fire.  These new "fire safe" cigarettes are made with 3 layers of paper, which requires triple the glues of past cigarettes.  They contain what are referred to as 'speed bumps' (made from carpet glue) all the way down the shaft.  These are designed to reduce oxygen flow, so that the cigarette will quickly extinguish if nobody is inhaling it.  In fact, this often puts the cigarette out too early, causing the smoker to re-ignite several times throughout a cigarette.  This is particularly ironic, because the ignition is the most dangerous part of smoking, in terms of fire safety and carcinogenic toxins.  In addition, it forces the smoker to puff more deeply, and more frequently than they otherwise would, while smoking a considerably more toxic cigarette.  We call this deadly by design.
Activists have been campaigning for decades to get tobacco companies to remove other substances that are toxic when smoked, such as citrates, phosphates and calcium carbonate; which are all added to ensure that cigarettes do not self-extinguish.  Of course, instead of just removing these substances, tobacco companies instead decided to add carpet glue.  Their logic for appeasing law-makers is flawed at best.  Indeed, all of the newspaper articles which blame the victims for cigarette-induced fires with headlines like "House Burned Down by Reckless Cigarette Use" neglect to mention the fact that cigarettes contain burn accelerators, which should rightly place the blame on the manufacturer of the cigarettes.  These fire-accelerating chemicals incredibly remain inside the "fire safe cigarettes".  It is a similar situation to the one we have seen with the pharmaceutical industry, in which new chemicals are needed to eliminate the side-effects of the chemicals that they gave us originally, and they are laughing all the way to the bank.
The Politics Of Tobacco Genocide
No studies have ever been done on cigarettes containing pure, organic tobacco, because such a test might actually prove it to be fairly safe in moderation.  Such a scientific finding would not be a politically correct one.  It would be on-par with questioning Darwinism, and it would probably destroy some careers.  True science, however, does not fear investigation.  We have no doubt that the chemical sticks, which are nowadays called "cigarettes", are much more harmful than pure tobacco, or marijuana.  However, animal rights activists shriek at the very prospect of doing such a study on animals (even more political correctness), so instead the smokers are being used as guinea pigs, and they are never given informed consent.  Smokers are still less than human, after all.  Right?
Despite all of the campaigns that have been led by politicians who talk about how they are "getting tough" on Big Tobacco, no labeling is yet required for the additives that are placed into cigarettes.  Smokers have no idea that literally hundreds of chemical compounds are added to most cigarettes.  Even fewer have been told that they are now legally required to smoke carpet glue whenever they smoke.
A study by the Harvard School of Health revealed that tar, carbon monoxide, and naphthalene levels were higher in the new fire safe cigarettes.  In fact, according to their study, every chemical, except nicotine, was higher in fire-safe cigarettes, encouraging smokers to inhale the toxins more deeply.  Despite these alarming results, the study was actually biased toward the fire-safe cigarettes.  We can empathize with their good intentions, but what happens when the 'cure' is many times worse than the 'disease'?  Is it really wise to proceed in such a case; and if the goals are so innocent, then why have these 'improved' cigarettes never been reported to the public?  Why the media black-out?
Naphthalene is an insecticide and a bi-product of the coal tar industry.  It is also a core part of the new "safe" cigarettes.  Exposure to high amounts of naphthalene can result in irreversible damage to the eyes and liver, according to the E.P.A..  It is also a possible carcinogen, particularly through inhalation exposure.  Symptoms of acute exposure include headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, malaise, confusion, anemia, jaundice, convulsions, and coma.  It can also cause neurological effects in infants.  From these things, we can definitively conclude that non-safe cigarettes are safer than their fire-safe counterparts.  However, these are the effects of just one chemical.  An investigation into the effects of every chemical found in modern cigarettes would require a book to cover.
If all of this were not enough, these "fire safe cigarettes" are not really fire safe.  In one final move to alleviate themselves from any sort of liability, cigarette companies admit on their websites that "no cigarette is fire safe".  The legislation was supposedly enacted for the purpose of stopping fires, but the very initials that are found on these cigarette packets (FSC) promote a false sense of security that is prone to actually causing more fires.  While cigarette companies are marketing the "fire safe" feature, you may not necessarily be able to sue them if their cigarettes cause a fire.  Even with the existence of their chemical burn accelerators, their lawyers will predictably contend that the addition of carpet glue was a good faith effort to ensure "safety", and therefore fires will still be blamed on smokers.
Legislation mandating the sale of only fire-safe cigarettes went into effect on January 1st, 2010 in several states, including our home state of North Carolina.  We are already hearing about many of the health issues that are being caused by these cigarettes, which seem to mimic the symptoms of naphthalene exposure.  All fire safe cigarettes must be labeled on the box.  Usually around the bar code, the letters 'FSC' mean "Fire Safety Compliant".  Retailers who still have non-fire safe cigarettes will not be able to purchase more when they run out.
Some smokers choose American Spirits' "organic" cigarettes, but please be aware that these are also "fire safe" (poisoned).  This brand does contain organic tobacco, but the paper is far from organic.  This deceptive labeling was obviously an intentional attempt to deceive customers who are trying to choose a healthier alternative, and therefore we recommend that this company be avoided for ethical reasons.  The only way for customers in most states to avoid fire safe cigarettes is for them to roll their own, purchase them online from foreign countries, and to assist groups like Citizens Against Fire Safe Cigarettes (CAFSC).

Mother Nature? Really...

Remember that commercial from back in the 70s? "It's not nice to fool Mother Nature!" and it was a middle-aged woman in a grecian gown all pissed off.

Gaia...a lower dimensional goddess of the underworld. That's how satanism was creeped slowly into the mass consciousness of the world, even back then.

A witches circle, their calendar bible: one can see stylizations of this everywhere

When the movie 'Avatar' was released in late 2009, Adams promoted it:
"The concept of Gaia is also unleashed in the film, although it's never referred to as Gaia.  At one point in the film when all hope seems lost for the natives, Jack Sully prays to Gaia to help save them, at which point the female character Na'vi says, 'Mother Nautre doesn't take sides.  She only maintains the balance of life.'  This demonstrates a much deeper understanding of the role of nature than most modern humans grasp."  --  Michael Adams, Natural News

Interestingly, the phrase 'Mother Nature' was not actually a part of the dialog.  It was later edited into the quote by Mike Adams, including the spelling mistake.  Gaia was the name of a goddess in ancient Greek mythology.  She was the 'Great Mother' because she was said to be the mother of all the other gods.  It is from this mythology that the phrases 'Mother Earth' and 'Mother Nature' arose.  With the growing thread of paganistic environmentalism, the term 'Gaia' is being seen increasingly.  The pagan religions have always been involved in nature worship, and they have long promoted that the Earth is a female figure which should be worshiped.  The pagan infiltration into the alternative health movement has led to massive promotion of their belief system.  These people typically believe that environmentalism should have a higher priority than even human life.  It is why carbon dioxide, which humans expel, has been so vilified in recent years.

Mike Adams: network well-poisoner health activist

The "health ranger"...

give me a break. At least david wolfe is honest about his narcissism. From the beginning, generational network boy has acted out exactly like satanic BIG corporations in his CIA backed enterprise to be the "new" of health for those becoming aware of the dangers of modern foodstuffs.

Like all well-poisoners, he starts off with truth and justice eventually, he leads you down the yellow brick road of deception and manipulation.

The number of queries to the Health Wyze Report for information about fraudulent alternative medicines and unwise supplementation has increased dramatically during the past couple of years.  Some of the requests included questions about the wisdom of eating mushrooms to  cure cancer, drinking iodine for thyroid issues, and the supposed benefits of eating underwater plants.  The questions might have been funny if the long-term results of the misinformation were not so tragic.  As health researchers, we noticed unmistakable trends that could not be ignored concerning the increases in frequency of these requests.  The spikes occurred especially after two events.
The first of the hallmark events occurred shortly after September 9th, 2008.  It began with an article written by Mike Adams, and we knew that it was something to be concerned about.  The article related to a dramatic shift in his philosophy, and it was entitled, "The 7 Principles of Mindful Wealth".  In that article, Adams stated, "... it made me abandon five years of false beliefs and unlock a powerful new philosophy of financial abundance.  I'm sharing that breakthrough financial philosophy with you here, but it's only something you'll find valuable if you're ready to let go of false limitations about money and welcome real, lasting change in attracting the money you deserve into your life...  For nearly five years, I've been operating NaturalNews [] in a way that practically guaranteed ongoing financial challenges.  Because I never took money from the companies I wrote about - and I never earned commissions on the products I recommended - NaturalNews remained in a state of self-imposed financial stress."  Mike noted that his new philosophy was based upon wisdom that he derived from a young girl who made homemade soaps.  As his article dialogued their conversation together, Adams conveyed his attitude shift with the question, "Why shouldn't she be at least as wealthy as the executives at Proctor & Gamble who sell junk soap?".  He pined in retrospect that he had operated Natural News like a charity, awhile earning the product companies that he had been previously plugging, "... tens of millions of dollars".  Adams' financial epiphany purportedly happened when the young lady tempted him with the question, "... why are YOU the only one who doesn't benefit?".  Mike's new guiding principle became, "Getting past self-imposed limits on wealth".  He explained himself with the following dialog of what was spoken next.  "'I explained to her that I could not earn anything from the products I recommended because that would compromise my integrity.  People needed independent, objective recommendations, I insisted.  My content had to be given away in order to be trusted.'  She didn't entirely agree on that. '...It sounds to me like you've EARNED your credibility,' she said with a smirk.  'The only reason NaturalNews isn't earning more money is because you've voluntarily decided not to.'"  At the conclusion of Mike's report about their conversation, which he commented was personally revolutionizing, he added, "But guess what?  Karma doesn't pay the rent.  Good karma isn't the recognized currency in modern society:  Dollars are!".
The second event that preluded a noticeable flood in queries about health misinformation was the inclusion of Mike Adams as an official host of the Alex Jones Show.  Mike Adams, the self-dubbed "Health Ranger" had greater ambitions than to merely remain the man to plug products for Natural News advertisers, so he found a way to reach millions by piggybacking the popularity of Alex Jones.  In what might appear to be the result of yet another epiphany, Mike Adams remolded his persona into the image of Alex Jones to cement a mutually narcissistic union.  The situation portrays a weakness that Mike has exploited to the maximum.  Before their relationship began, the newly patriotic Mike had so despised the United States that he had relocated to Ecuador.  With his new Alex-based personality, he's suddenly an all-American patriot who is fighting for America.

Plastics that disrupt our hormonal balance, cause brain lesions, and... the "shakes."

Polyethylene Terephthalate (PETE or PET, and PETG)




expanded chemical formula for polyethylene terephthalate

Within the United States PETE is an acronym that is used specifically by manufacturers to mark and identify plastic bottles or containers made from polyethylene terephthlate for the purpose of recycling. The acronym PET is more generally utilized within the chemical industry to designate the plastic material polyethylene terephthalate, which can also be written as poly (ethylene terephthalate). PET is the acronym accepted by standards organizations including American Society for Testing and Materials International, (ASTM International- formerly just ASTM), and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Nevertheless, the acronyms PETE and PET refer to the same class of plastic materials. In the discussion below, PETE is used in reference to a recyclable container made from PET, while PET refers directly to the plastic material polyethylene terephthlate. However, please note that packaging manufactured outside of the U.S. may utilize the marking PET.
recycling resin identification No.1, for polyethylene terephthalate ester plastic
recycling resin identification No.1, for polyethylene terephthalate ester plastic
Properties: toughness, strength, heat resistance, barrier to moisture and gas. Density: 1.35-1.38 g/cc Statistic: In 1999 PET accounted for 48% of plastic bottle resin sales, making it the most widely used resin in plastic bottles
Description: PET, also referred to as polyester, is a popular packaging material for food and non-food products because it is inexpensive, lightweight, resealable, shatter-resistant and recyclable. PET is clear and has good moisture and gas barrier properties. Its color may be green. The flakes and pellets of cleaned postconsumer recycled PET are in heavy demand for use in spinning carpet yarns and for producing fiberfill and geotextiles.

Packaging applications: Soft drink bottles, water bottles, beer bottles, mouthwash bottles, peanut butter containers, salad dressing containers, juice bottles, vegetable oil bottles
Recycled products: Fiber, tote bags, new PETE containers for both food and non-food products, fabric for clothing, athletic shoes, luggage, upholstery, furniture, carpet, fiberfill for sleeping bags and winter coats, industrial strapping, sheet, and film, and automotive parts, such as luggage racks, headliners, fuse boxes, bumpers, grilles and door panels
an alternative recycling identification for resin  No.1, for polyethylene terephthalate ester plastic Although the acronym PETE was adopted by manufacturers to identify packaging made from PET, primarily in resposnse to a potential trademark dispute, a recycling symbol that includes the designation PET rather than PETE has been identified on packages of products imported from outside of the US.

an alternative recycling identification for resin  No.1, for polyethylene terephthalate ester plastic PETG is the acronym for polyethylene terephthalate glycol, a co-polymer of PETE. PETG has excellent clarity and is commonly used for containers of products such as shampoos, detergents, soaps, oils and pharmaceutical items. It is a clear amorphous plastic with good resistance to impact.

(NOTE: C6H5 in the molecular formula comprises a benzene ring. Benzene is generally considered a carcinogenic substance.)

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)




expanded chemical formula for polyethylene
The C=C double bond in an ethylene monomer is transformed into a C-C single bond in the polymer.
recycling resin identification No.2, for high density polyethylene plastic Properties: toughness, strength, stiffness, ease of forming, ease of processing, resistance to moisture and chemicals, permeability to gas. Density: 0.94-0.96 g/cc Statistic: In 1999 HDPE accounted for 47% of plastic bottle resin sales, making it the second most widely used resin in plastic bottles. HDPE and PETE together accounted for 95% of plastic bottle resin usage.

Description: Bottles made from HDPE come in both pigmented and unpigmented resins. The unpigmented resin is translucent. It also has good stiffness and barrier properties. Thus, it is ideal for packaging products having a short shelf-life such as milk. HDPE's good chemical resistance allows it to be used in containers holding household or inductrial chemicals. The pigmented resin has even better crack resistance and chemical resistance than the unpigmented resin.
Packaging applications: Milk containers, juice bottles, water bottles, bleach, detergent, and shampoo bottles, trash bags, grocery and retail carrying bags, motor oil bottles, butter and margarine tubs, household cleaner bottles, yogurt containers, and cereal box liners
Recycled products: Drainage pipe, liquid laundry detergent bottles, oil bottles, pens, benches, doghouses, recycling containers, floor tile, picnic tables, fencing, lumber, and mailbox posts
recycling resin identification No.2, for high density polyethylene plastic Plastic bag manufacturers have adopted a somewhat different symbol identification for HDPE as shown at the left.

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC, sometimes V)




expanded chemical formula for polyvinylchloride terephthalate
The C=C double bond in each monomer is transformed into a C-C single bond in the polymer.
The V in the first (and original) symbol actually stands for vinyl, however, the plastic resin is usually referred to as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and therefoere the symbol has evolved to the resin designation of PVC.
recycling resin identification No.3, for polyvinylchloride plastic
the latest recycling resin identification No.3, for polyvinylchloride plastic
Properties: toughness, strength, ease of blending, ease of processing, resistance to grease, oil, and chemicals, clarity. Density: 1.32-1.42 g/cc Statistic: In 1999 PVC accounted for 2% of plastic bottle resin sales.
Description: Vinyl, or polyvinylchloride, has stable electrical and physical properties. It has excellent chemical resistance and good weatherability. Its flow characteristics make it well-suited for injection molding.

Packaging applications: Window cleaner bottles, cooking oil bottles, detergent bottles, shampoo bottles, clear food packaging, wire and cable jacketing, medical tubing, with additional significant usage in household products and building materials, particularly siding, piping, and windows
Recycled products: Binders, decking, paneling, mudflaps, roadway gutters, flooring, cables, speed bumps, and mats
NOTE: The Cl (chlorine atom) in the molecular formula renders PVC a potentially toxic material when it is burned. The burning of PVC can result in the creation of dioxins, a material that is considered highly carcinogenic.

Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE)


( - CH2 - CH2 - )n

recycling resin identification No.4, for low density polyethylene plastic Properties: toughness, strength, flexibility, ease of sealing, ease of processing, barrier to moisture. Density: 0.91-0.93 g/cc Statistic: In 1999 LDPE accounted for just 1% of plastic bottle resin sales.

Description: Because of its toughness , flexibility, and transparency, LDPE is commonly used in applications where heat sealing is necessary. It is also widely used in wire and cable insulation and jacketing.
Packaging applications: Squeezable bottles, breadbags, frozen food bags, tote bags, clothing, furniture, dry cleaning bags, and carpet
Recycled products: Film and sheet, loor tile, garbage can liners, shipping envelopes, furniture, compost bins, paneling, trash cans, lumber, landscaping ties
recycling resin identification No.4, for low density polyethylene plastic recycling resin identification No.4, for low density polyethylene plastic Plastic bag manufacturers have adopted somewhat different symbol identifications for LDPE bags as shown at the left.

(NOTE: The molecular formulas for LDPE and HDPE are the same. The difference in the plastics is the density of the molecular chains. The density varies in the manner in which the polymeric chains form. In HDPE the chain is essentially one long continuous chain, allowing the strands to fold back upon one another and densely occupy space. In LDPE the chains have multiple branches, which interfere with a neatly organized packing of chains. Instead the packing is more disorganized, occupying more space and thus resulting in a lower density.)

alternative recycling resin identification for LLDPE resins Plastic bag manufacturers are also making their products using low low density polyethylene, a symbol for which appears to the left. As you might guess, low low density polyethylene has a molecular density even less than low density polyethylene.

Polypropylene (PP)




expanded chemical formula for polypropylene
The C=C double bond in each monomer is transformed into a C-C single bond in the polymer.

recycling resin identification No.5, for polypropylene plastic Properties: toughness, strength, resistance to heat, grease, oil, and chemicals, barrier to moisture. Density: 0.90-0.92 g/cc Statistic: In 1999 PP accounted for 2% of plastic bottle resin sales.

Description: Polypropylene has the lowest density of the resins used in packaging. It is strong and is resistant to chemicals. Since it has a high melting-point it can be utilized in applications requiring that a container be filled with a hot liquid.
Packaging applications: Yogurt containers, syrup bottles, ketchup bottles, caps, straws, medicine bottles
Recycled products: Signal lights, battery cables, brooms, brushes, auto battery cases, ice scrapers, landscape borders, bicycle racks, rakes, bins, pallets, and trays
alternative recycling resin identification No.5, for low density polyethylene plastic An alternative recycling symbol for polypropylene utilizing the original design for the mobius arrows, but inverted, is shown to the left.

Polystyrene (PS)




expanded chemical formula for polystyrene

The C=C double bond in each monomer is transformed into a C-C single bond in the polymer.

recycling resin identification No.6, for polystyrene plastic Properties: ease of forming, clarity, low heat transfer, good thermal insulation. Density: 1.03-1.06 g/cc Statistic: In 1999 PS usage as a plastic bottle resin was essentially nil.

Description: Polystyrene can be made into rigid or foamed products. It has a relatively low melting point.
Packaging applications: Plates, cups, cutlery, meat trays, egg cartons, carry-out containers, aspirin bottles, compact disc jackets
Recycled products: Thermal insulation, light switch plates, egg cartons, vents, rulers, foam packing, carry-out containers
(NOTE: C6H5 in the molecular formula comprises a benzene ring. Benzene is generally considered a carcinogenic substance.)


recycling resin identification No.7, for any resin, or combbination of resins, not identified in the first six resin identification codes Properties: varies according to constituent resins Statistic: In 1999 there was minimal usage of resins in the 'other' category in plastic bottles.

Description: The category of "Other" includes any resin not specifically numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6, or combinations of one or more of these resins.
Packaging applications: Three and five gallon water bottles, certain food product bottles
Recycled products: Plastic lumber, custom-made products

Resin Symbols without Acronyms

recycling resin identification for PET resins without the identifying acronym recycling resin identification for HDPE resins without the identifying acronym recycling resin identification for PVC resins without the identifying acronym recycling resin identification for LDPE resins without the identifying acronym
recycling resin identification for PP resins without the identifying acronym recycling resin identification for PS resins without the identifying acronym recycling resin identification for 'other' resins without the identifying acronym

You may come across recycling symbols that only indicate a number without an acronym for the plastic resin. The plastic resin of containers or packing labeled in this manner can be identified by this number and although not as informative compared to an acronym listed below the symbol, it is certainly a workable means of identifying and classifying recyclable plastics.

Alternative Plastic Resin Recycling Symbols

alternative alternative recycling resin identification for PET resins alternative recycling resin identification for HDPE resins alternative recycling resin identification for PVC resins alternative recycling resin identification for LDPE resins
alternative recycling resin identification for PP resins alternative recycling resin identification for PS resins alternative recycling resin identification for 'other' resins

An altenative recycling symbol for plastic resins may be encountered embodying the original mobius three-chasing arrows together with a number in the center. These symbols may appear with or without a descriptive acronym.


recycling resin identification for PET resins that have already been recycled recycling resin identification for HDPE resins that have already been recycled recycling resin identification for PVC resins that have already been recycled recycling resin identification for LDPE resins that have already been recycled
recycling resin identification for PP resins that have already been recycled recycling resin identification for PS resins that have already been recycled

You may ask, all those plastic bottles that are recycled, or those newspapers, what happens to them? Generally, a product that is recycled is remanufactured into a new product that has less demanding specifications for the new use of the recycled product. In the case of paper products, the white copy paper may end up as newsprint. Newsprint may end up as toilet paper. Plastic materials may be recycled into a packaging material of less stringent requirements. Thus, resins that have become a recycled product, are further identified with an R in front of the previous designation in order to denote that the material has already been recycled. The symbols identifying these products are shown above. As an example, RHDPE is the acronym interpreted as recycled high density polyethylene. However, keep in mind that the R-materials still have potential for further recycling.

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)

recycling symbol identification for acrylonitrile butadiene styrene(ABS), not part of the original six resin identification codes Properties: resilient, low density, rigid, impervious

Description: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene was not part of the original resin identification system.
Applications: Pipes, car bumpers, toy building blocks, golf club heads, enclosures

(NOTE: The three components of ABS, acrylonitrile, butadiene and styrene are considered probable human carcinogens.)

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Origin of the recycling symbol

The original recycling symbol was designed in 1970 by Gary Anderson, a senior at the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. It was submitted to the International Design Conference as part of a nationwide contest for high school and college students sponsored by the Container Corporation of America. The contest was a result of continuing growth of consumer awareness and environmentalism and a response to the first Earth Day.
The recycling symbol represents a Mobius loop consisting of three-chasing-arrows in the shape of a triangle having rounded vertices. Each arrow twists and turns itself, and all three arrows chase each other. It is a consummate representation of recycling. The mobius loop itself was discovered in 1858 by August Ferdinand Möbius (1790-1868), a German mathematician and astronomer, and has been a mathematical marvel of simplicity, singularity, and continuity ever since.

Meaning of the recycling symbol

Each of the three arrows can represent one step in a three-step process that forms a closed loop, the recycling loop. The first step represents collection of materials to be recycled. This step takes place when recyclable materials are placed into your curbside recycling bin or taken to a local collection center. The collected materials are then cleaned and sorted for sale to a manufacturing facility. The manufacturing process is the second arrow in the recycling symbol. The recyclable materials are manufactured into new products for retail or commercial sale. The third step is the actual purchase and use of the products made from the recycled materials. The loop is now complete.
Remember the three R's- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

Evolution of recycling symbols

The present resin identification coding system that is detailed above was introduced by the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI) in 1988 at the urging of recyclers around the country. In an effort to decrease the volume of waste subject to tipping fees at landfills, a growing number of communities were implementing recycling programs. These programs were often driven by state-level recycling mandates. The resin identification code was developed to meet recyclers needs while providing manufacturers a consistent, uniform system that could apply nationwide.
The resin identification coding system offered a means of identifying the resin content of bottles and containers commonly found in the residential waste stream. By identifying the resin content, consumers would know what types of plastic packaging were being utilized, and hence, which ones could be recycled. Consumers were, and will always be, the first line of action in any effective recycling program. The bulk recyclers would also filter the incoming stream of post consumer recyclables by looking at the code on the plastic packaging.
Since the first recycling symbol was designed, and the plastic resin codes introduced, certain industries have developed unique symbols specific to an industry. For example, industry associations for glass, for paperboard, and for corrugated materials have all developed, and in some cases trademarked, unique recycling symbols. These three separate symbols can all be classified as 'recyclable' symbols.

Miscellaneous recycling symbols

a general symbol for identifying materials to be recycled A generic form of the plastic resin identification codes without the number is also being utilized to designate recyclability of products that aren't plastic. Usually there is descriptive text designating the particular content.

recycling symbol developed by Hewlett-Packard
In a further twist to the evolution of recycling symbols, at least one individual company has promulgated its own version of a 'recycled' symbol. Hewlett-Packard identifies its packaging materials with a symbol that is similar to the 'recyclable' symbol for plastic resins. In the 'recycled' symbol that is depicted the basic material is of course paper. The first number of the pair tells the minimum percentage of post-consumer recycled content (in this case 50%), while the second number denotes the total recycled content (in this case 80%). Other materials, including plastics, are identified with an appropriate labeling.

symbol for a materials that can, and should, be recycledThe symbol with the blue background shows the three arrows in a planar context. This particular symbol is a relatively new arrival.

recycling symbol for rechargeable batteries The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) is a non-profit, public service organization that promotes the recycling of portable rechargeable batteries. These batteries are typically found in cordless power tools, cellular and cordless phones, laptop computers, camcorders, digital cameras, and remote control toys. Nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd) batteries, nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) batteries, lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries, and small sealed lead (Pb) batteries weighing less than 2 lbs are all accepted for recycling. Please keep in mind that batteries CAN NOT be deposited for recycling in a curbside recycling container with other recyclable products. Batteries must be delivered to a battery collection site. Visit the RBRC website to find a nearby collection site or call the phone number shown on the recycling symbol. The collection sites are widely available and include large well-known retailers such as Sears, Home Depot, Wal-Mart and Target among others.

The 'Green Dot' (Der Grüne Punkt)

the green dot recycling symbol commonly used in Europe The green dot (in German- der grüne punkt) was orignally developed by Duales System Deutschland AG, a privately owned non-profit German company, in 1991. It has since been adopted by other countries of the European Union including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. It has also been adopted in the non-EU countries Latvia, Norway, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.

In 1995, a general license for the 'green dot' was transferred to Packaging Recovery Organisation Europe s.p.r.l., otherwise known as PRO EUROPE, having its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. PRO EUROPE licenses the 'green dot' to nationally recognized systems set up in European Member States to implement the European Directive on Packaging and Packaging Waste dated December 20, 1994, with the further objective of making the 'green dot' at least a pan-European trademark.

The 'green dot', as utilized in Europe, carries a somewhat different meaning than the recycling symbols used in the United States. The presence of a 'green dot' symbol on packaging denotes that the manufacturer of the package has purchased a license for the right to use the 'green dot' trademark. The cumulative license fees fund a system of not only recovering and recycling packaging materials, but also of minimizing the use of packaging material, and of creating packaging that is easier to recycle.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Obama agency rules Pepsi's use of aborted fetal cells in soft drinks constitutes 'ordinary business operations'

Dead babies in your soft drink so it will taste..."better." Planned parenthood must be thrilled beyond belief. How does that work? You have an abortion and they hand you a pepsi on your way out to "hydrate" you.

This is how evil our world has become, when this is what is handed to us - and we PAY FOR IT!

Of course, to satanists, drinking dead babies is all old school. It's what they do anyway...they just want everyone in on it. The ultimate F you...slipping you a mickey with aborted children.

LARGO, FL, March 5, 2012 ( - The Pepsi Company, which is set to release the new product Pepsi Next in the coming weeks, is facing a more robust boycott as pro-life activists protest the company use of cells derived from an aborted fetus in flavor-enhancing research. But Pepsi has succeeded, with help from the Obama Administration, in keeping its controversial operations from consideration by its shareholders.

In a decision delivered Feb 28th, President Obama’s Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) ruled that PepsiCo’s use of cells derived from aborted fetal remains in their research and development agreement with Senomyx to produce flavor enhancers falls under “ordinary business operations.”

The letter signed by Attorney Brian Pitko of the SEC Office of Chief Counsel was sent in response to a 36-page document submitted by PepsiCo attorneys in January, 2012.  In that filing, PepsiCo pleaded with the SEC to reject the Shareholder’s Resolution filed in October 2011 that the company “adopt a corporate policy that recognizes human rights and employs ethical standards which do not involve using the remains of aborted human beings in both private and collaborative research and development agreements.”

You will NOT grow your own food or you will be shot!

You will eat GMO poison...
You will obey...
You will be set an ensample for others...

Virginia government prosecutes homeowner with criminal charges for backyard chickens that produce organic eggs

(NaturalNews) An ongoing debate over the rights of homeowners to raise and keep their own chickens may soon gain an audience in the Virgina Supreme Court. Attorneys at the Rutherford Institute have filed a Petition for Appeal on behalf of Virginia Beach resident Tracy Gugal-Okroy, who faces criminal charges related to zoning ordinance violations for keeping chickens in her backyard. The organization, a nationally active group which is dedicated to upholding constitutional and property rights, is urging the court to protect local residents against what it referred to in a statement posted online as "onerous regulations that render otherwise law-abiding individuals as criminals simply for attempting to grow or raise their own food in a sustainable manner."

Gugal-Okroy's friendly flock has grown to 22 since 2011, when she purchased her first dozen baby chicks from a local farm. Each one is a family pet, she says, and her family has named them all. In addition to the enjoyment of their beloved companionship, Gugal-Okroy's family has come to reap additional benefits from looking after the chickens -- namely, the continual production of fresh, organic eggs, a steady supply of sustainable garden compost and fertilizer the chicken's manure provides, and even natural pest elimination as the chickens feed on mosquitoes and other bugs. The chickens are quiet and well-protected from predators, keeping either to their coop or fenced-in quarters. And all are there with blessings from Gugal-Okroy's neighbors, with whom she had consulted beforehand.

But her neighborly courtesy doesn't mean much to local officials in the City of Virginia Beach. A January 2012 notice from the city inspector alerted Gugal-Okroy that by keeping her chickens on her property, she may be in violation of a local zoning ordinance referring to "agricultural and horticultural uses" within residential districts, and excepting "poultry." Despite her subsequent appellate fight, which included multiple letters of support from neighbors, the City's Zoning Board of Appeals maintained that chickens were not allowed in the city. A later subsequent to the circuit court also ended poorly for Gugal-Okroy, when in an October 2012 ruling, the court upheld the zoning board's decision, finding that Gugal-Okroy had, in fact, violated the zoning ordinance. By that time, Gugal-Okroy had also received a summons charging her with violating the city's ordinance, which included a possible fine of up to $1,000.

Attorneys at the Rutherford Institute are now hoping they can help to shift momentum in Gugal-Okroy's favor. In their petition to the Virginia Supreme Court, they challenge the lower court's interpretation of the ordinance, arguing that restrictions pertaining to keeping fowl or "poultry" within the city do not apply to animals raised as companions and pets. Nonetheless, the case does carry potentially serious implications for individuals who prefer to raise their own wholesome food.

"Burdensome rules, regulations and inspection requirements -- many of which are indecipherable except to lawyers and bureaucrats -- now impede the ability of health-conscious individuals and small farmers to raise and produce their own food free of corporate contaminants," said John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute. "This case speaks to a growing problem in America today, namely, the over-criminalization and over-regulation of a process that once was at the heart of America's self-sufficiency - the ability to cultivate one's own food, locally and sustainably."

Monday, March 18, 2013

GMO is eating poison - biological weapons

PEPSI, NESTLE, and NABISCO use aborted fetal tissue as flavor enhancers in their food and the FDA allows this into our food chain! Remember mad cow disease...what happens when animals eat their own kind? They get spongiform encephilitius...the brain turning into porridge.

So part of the "Pepsi" generation. Then tell me later what it is like to be a zombie. Hey... I know, you can do combinations. You know, get a diet pepsi that way you get aspartame and aborted children in your drink. Then you can go into stage two diabetes as you dance the Rade-Woe zombie shuffle. I...I think I see a new programming meme for the cattle in the near future!