Toxic Heavy Metals in Air, Food and Water: Is Technology to Blame?

toxic-heavy-metalsBy Catherine Frompovich

Most of the toxic heavy metal contamination usually and inadvertently occurs as a result of some technological ‘gift’ to humankind, or as an ingenious cost-cutting idea to balance a budget line item.

Flint’s water crisis came about from changing water systems to save money!  The U.S. Naval Air Station at Willow Grove sprayed firefighting foam.  Mount Shasta, California rain water contamination is the result from the federal government’s Solar Radiation Management project to deal with global warming aka “chemtrails”].

Incidentally, more underground wells and surface water contamination is yet to be found and/or scientifically identified from all the glyphosate and glufosinate spraying used in growing genetically engineered crops since the 1990s, or as pre-harvest crop “staging”  and desiccant processes several days before harvesting grains and legumes—yet another reason for eating an organically-grown, plant-based diet.

Another equally devastating contamination of water supplies is the hydraulic fracturing process to extract energy from shale sands commonly called “fracking” One of the ‘byproducts’ of fracking is water that burns!  How can you drink, cook and bathe in “fire” water?

The foremost “life-giver” is air with oxygen and other gases, now so terribly horribly contaminated that it’s not fit to breathe by man, mouse, or any mammal!  Whom do we have to thank for that?  Technology?

If that’s not enough, consider all the heavy duty, caustic chemicals we pour down the kitchen sink and other drains to unclog them.  In most cases, humans downstream from sewage processing plants or rivers drink those polluted waters, which are “treated” further by municipal water treatment plants with flocking agents like aluminum, etc. and other chemicals (including fluoride) to “clean”—or shall I say—add more chemicals to deliver ‘potable’ water!

How about all the prescription drugs that are disposed of by flushing down the toilet? Inadvertently, consumers drink more prescription drugs in their municipal water than we may realize!

On top of all the above, we must include innumerable herbicides we spray on our lovely green lawns! Where do those chemicals go?  Answer: Into the earth to ‘feed’ grass roots, but also finally wind up in underground aquifers

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