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Microplastics found in human testicles?

Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:21 am
Posted by Night Vision
Member since Feb 2018
5560 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:21 am
Posted by teke184
Zachary, LA
Member since Jan 2007
96767 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:22 am to
The amount of synthetic estrogen in the water due to birth control pills is probably as big or bigger an issue.
Posted by oldtrucker
Marianna, Fl
Member since Apr 2013
1635 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:24 am to
Hold on a minute, I'll check.
Posted by SirWinston
PNW
Member since Jul 2014
82852 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:25 am to
So what's the solution? Buy one of those expensive water filters that Alex Jones sells?

I drink a ton of water but it's 90% sparkling. I'm at the mercy of Polar and LaCroix
This post was edited on 5/21/24 at 9:26 am
Posted by POTUS2024
Member since Nov 2022
11900 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:26 am to
I'm going to go buy every filter that Alex Jones sells.
Posted by Lynxrufus2012
Central Kentucky
Member since Mar 2020
12309 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:30 am to
Lexington Kentucky had a Cholera epidemic back in the 1830s. One local man, a vagrant and town drunk survived to bury people and became a hero. He was known as king Solomon of Kentucky. The reason he Didn’t get cholera was he wouldn’t drink the water, he drank bourbon. In biblical times, people drank wine for the same reason.
Is this what we’re getting driven toward?
This post was edited on 5/21/24 at 9:32 am
Posted by Night Vision
Member since Feb 2018
5560 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:31 am to
I have a well, but they've probably contaminated the groundwater too.

Posted by teke184
Zachary, LA
Member since Jan 2007
96767 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:32 am to
quote:

Lexington Kentucky had a Cholera epidemic back in the 1830s. One local man, a vagrant and town drunk survived to bury people and became a hero. He was known as king Solomon of Kentucky. The reason he Didn’t get cholera was he wouldn’t drink the water, he drank bourbon. In biblical times, people drank wine for the same reason. Is this what we’re getting driven toward?



First thing the Pilgrims did upon landing was to set up a brewery.
Posted by Lima Whiskey
Member since Apr 2013
19519 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:32 am to
Cans have a plastic lining
Posted by SirWinston
PNW
Member since Jul 2014
82852 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:34 am to
So buy an Alex Jones filter and use Soda Stream?
Posted by Herschal
Land of the Free
Member since Sep 2011
1590 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:47 am to
quote:

Hold on a minute, I'll check.


Posted by notsince98
KC, MO
Member since Oct 2012
18119 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:47 am to
quote:

The amount of synthetic estrogen in the water due to birth control pills is probably as big or bigger an issue.


ag runoff is also typically endocrine disruptors which many include increased estrogen levels or estrogen mimickers. And dont forget what soy does to the male physiology and it is in vast amount of products/food.
Posted by Trevaylin
south texas
Member since Feb 2019
6007 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:51 am to
microplastic theory has a lot in common with asbestos. Both are every where. At detection level analysis, there will alway be some residual. Asbestos limits are not set at zero. because its unattainable.
Posted by SirWinston
PNW
Member since Jul 2014
82852 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:52 am to
Yah I hear you but my homeboy Bryan Johnson and I both want to live to 140
Posted by Sidicous
Middle of Nowhere
Member since Aug 2015
17414 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 9:56 am to
quote:

by Night VisionI have a well, but they've probably contaminated the groundwater too.


The family property mom just sold at the north end of Toledo Bend has been unable to utilize the well since the late 80’s due to the groundwater pollution. Mainly oil and gas drilling pollution but all sorts of other industries have been dumping all sorts of solid and liquid waste materials out in those boondock backwoods areas for decades beginning long before I was born.

Used to be able to tell at night easily that there was illegal dumping going on. Could see the headlights turn off the highway onto the roads going into the woods. No other reason for a truck to be out at midnight in the woods. Found fresh dumping the next day too.
Posted by Von
Wichita Falls, TX
Member since Feb 2019
1978 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 10:08 am to
Watched a Dore podcast last month, a study showed microplastics are in all bottled water. They determined it's coming from the filters.

Edited for link. Wow, 4 months ago. Time flies...
plastics in water
This post was edited on 5/21/24 at 10:24 am
Posted by Lima Whiskey
Member since Apr 2013
19519 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 10:11 am to
Something like that, there’s going to be someone here who knows more about this than I do. I’d defer to them

With water, you need to worry about the toxins, like pesticides, as well
Posted by Hognutz
Member since Sep 2018
1464 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 4:23 pm to
Posted by Auburn80
Backwater, TN
Member since Nov 2017
7656 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 4:26 pm to
Who volunteered to have your balls cut on?
Posted by CleverUserName
Member since Oct 2016
12889 posts
Posted on 5/21/24 at 4:40 pm to
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So what's the solution? Buy one of those expensive water filters that Alex Jones sells?


I have one of those large Berkey water filters. Not because anyone pushes it…. Because it makes the water taste 100% better than tap. It’s supposed to basically scrub everything out of the water including pharmaceuticals.
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