A sixty mile radius full of communities could have been “overloaded” with the toxic levels of the metal tungsten since 2002, and children with leukemia could be the end result. What happened? What industrial waste was purposely dumped or carelessly spilled and who is to be held accountable? Where is responsibility for corporate industry in the U.S.? We’re becoming like China. Rural areas are like the sewers of metro cities like the big apple and Chicago, where you can’t really see the filth but you’re deep in it.
NEW REGULATIONS OF DUMPING BY USA INDUSTRY NEEDED
Why are companies getting away with dumping all kinds of waste on grounds and in water that feed our food as it grows on the farms? Why are corporations allowed to “get away with murder” now? Where is the EPA and the rule of law that prosecutes companies for negligence and for illegal “dumping?” We need a new regulatory agency that is run by independent company to go after companies that pollute our farms, our neighborhoods, our schools and our cities. Let’s do some science and report it so the people know what to look out for here!
Where is the tungsten coming from, and is it the #1 contributor to leukemia? Those are two HUGE questions the Health Ranger Mike Adams is checking into in the Forensic Food Lab at Natural News. Microscopy is revealing the truth about disease (cancer food) and disorder-causing heavy metals in foods, and now there’s NO DENYING it.
Check out more heavy metal investigations and ties to disease and disorder right here:
Watch your rice protein, my friends! http://labs.naturalnews.com/Heavy-Metal-Tungsten-Found-in-Rice-Protein-Products-in-Early-2014.html
Here’s the story from 2009 when it broke: http://www.foxnews.com/story/2009/02/12/scientists-say-heavy-metal-may-be-linked-to-leukemia-clusters/
“Scientists studying childhood leukemia cases in Arizona and Nevada say their research shows a possible link between tungsten and the disease,” reported Fox News in 2009. The article is about the discovery of “childhood leukemia clusters” in Sierra Vista, Arizona and Fallon, Nevada. An industrial operation there, it turns out, was emitting large amounts of tungsten into the air in Fallon, causing environmental levels of the heavy metal to rise substantially. As Science Daily reports:
The amount of tungsten in tree rings from Fallon quadrupled between 1990 and 2002, whereas the amount in tree rings from nearby towns remained the same, according to a research team led by Paul R. Sheppard of The University of Arizona’s Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research.
LINK HERE TO FULL REPORT: http://www.naturalnews.com/044167_tungsten_leukemia_clusters_rice_protein.html#ixzz2v0MoebWh