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DDT is needed now more than ever (revised/reposted)

Bring back DDT – Save Africa and other impoverished areas Over 80% of infectious diseases are caused by insects and other arthropods. DDT is desperately needed in impoverished countries where insect borne diseases kill and sicken millions every year, cutting lifespans and productivity.  Africa, India and South-Central Americas are most affected. This unpardonable crime amounts… Continue reading DDT is needed now more than ever (revised/reposted)

Africa · but is it science · Climate Change · Environment · Health · India · overpopulation · population control

Internat’l Orgs deny essential resources to poor countries, Part 1

Most people assume that trusted international leaders and nonprofit organizations would value life and want to raise the standard of living and lifespans of people in less developed cultures. This has apparently not been the case for many internationally recognized governmental and non-governmental agencies. Among the preponderance of international organizations, the focus is on reducing the population… Continue reading Internat’l Orgs deny essential resources to poor countries, Part 1

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Anti-Humanism – Disease, Starvation, Poverty, Sterilization

Imagine living in a world where all nations and continents are fully developed, prosperous and healthy. Technological developments have been used to eliminate starvation, extreme poverty and to improve health, and where stewardship of the environment is the norm.   Now imagine you have just discovered an island where none of these things are available.  Wouldn’t… Continue reading Anti-Humanism – Disease, Starvation, Poverty, Sterilization

Africa · but is it science · Deceit · Environment · Health · India · overpopulation · population control

Day of Reckoning for DDT Foes? NOT! Junkscience.com 2006

"...terrible toll in human lives (tens of millions dead — mostly pregnant women and children under the age of 5), illness (billions sickened) and poverty (more than $1 trillion dollars in lost GDP in sub-Saharan Africa alone) caused by the tragic, decades-long ban." Day of Reckoning for DDT Foes?  Reblog from Junkscience.com 2006 By Steven… Continue reading Day of Reckoning for DDT Foes? NOT! Junkscience.com 2006

Africa · but is it science · Environment · Health · India · overpopulation · population control

100 Things Your Should Know About DDT – Junkscience.com 1999

In case you still think DDT is evil, read this repost from Junkscience.com in 1999. Bring back DDT to save Africa, India, etc. from Malaria, etc. Resistance claims are overblown. Repellancy is under emphasized. Health and Environmental dangers are demagogued, and long ago were proven untrue as reported below. Also see my previous post "Bring back DDT… Continue reading 100 Things Your Should Know About DDT – Junkscience.com 1999

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Facts about Zika virus and Microcephaly

Facts about Zika virus and Microcephaly. Is there a cause and effect link or merely a correlation of unrelated events? Here is the story and the facts so far.  In October 2015 an increase in microcephaly was reported in Brazil. A Brazilian doctor, Adriana Melo, at IPESQ, a research insti­tute in Campina Grande, was the… Continue reading Facts about Zika virus and Microcephaly

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Zika and Microcephaly scam used to push Brazil abortion law change

Is changing Brazil's abortion laws the real purpose for the claims of a Zika and microcephaly link? See previous post The Truth About Zika Virus and Microcephaly for summary of the analysis showing failure to establish a cause and effect link between Zika & Microcephaly, and a broadening of the definition of Microcephaly.  WHO, other agencies and activists have… Continue reading Zika and Microcephaly scam used to push Brazil abortion law change