Mercury in fish: not so toxic?

William A. Noyes no.address at ctc.net
Fri Aug 29 21:10:49 EST 2003


What would be fun is watch Jan drilling
into Joels one wisdom tooth and
implanting a silver amalgam filling.

Then washing his mouth out with
the green pond scum from in the plastic
tubing connected to the water main and
the dentist's patient chair.

While we are at it, lets put in some
preventive filling in into his teeth.
Don't wait for the cavies, just bore
for broke.

Jan and Joel.......The couple from alt.health.alternative.
Joel you should offer her an engagement ring.




"Joel M. Eichen D.D.S." <joeleichen at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:7l5vkvktvrs2n110u5473h5jhpupnk3qk3 at 4ax.com...
> On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 14:41:43 GMT, "motu" <nogood at nowhere.com> wrote:
>
> >
> >"Joel M. Eichen D.D.S." <joeleichen at yahoo.com> wrote in message
> >news:5liukvc39jsguj6tr45l9lv54f1n9gints at 4ax.com...
> >> That proves it!
> >>
> >> Jan Drew must be right.
> >>
> >> The gradual changeover from amalgam to composite in the dental
> >> industry releases less mercury into the atmosphere, hence the fish
> >> feel better and better .........
> >>
> >>
> >> Joel
> >
> >Joel, I find your logic is flawed.
>
> Oh I bet you do! It is the same logic that keeps Jan focused on 17
> micrograms from fillings yet ignores 6,000 TONS released into the
> atmosphere in recent forest fires out west.
>
> Yeah we got mercury, we got asbestos, we got troubles!
>
>
> Joel
>
>
> >The mercury adds a bit of heaviness to
> >the body of the fish and prevents them from floating up to the surface.
> >Hence, they are clearly fresher when obtained from waters that contain a
bit
> >of mercury and a bit of preservatives like formaldehyde. Fresher  fish
feel
> >better and are less depressed.
>
> .... and often go Line Dancing .....
>
> >The change from amalgam to composite can
> >have disasterous effect on fish in lakes, rivers, and oceans.
Thankfully,
> >so many Americans are excreting the byproducts of antidepressants that
the
> >fish may not know what hits them once their mercury sources are depleted.
> >
> >Look on the bright side.  If the scientists are successful in finding a
drug
> >that will remove the mercury from our systems, you guys will be making a
> >bundle replacing all those lost amalgams.
> >motu
>
> My new book: Jan Drew and the Case of the Lost Amalgam.......
>
> Its a mystery .....
>
> >
> >>
> >> On 29 Aug 2003 01:29:22 -0700, wfwoodland at yahoo.com.au (lumberjack)
> >> wrote:
> >>
> >> >The following news item may be of interest to the list .
> >> >
> >> >Mercury in fish: not so toxic?
> >> >
> >> >The mercury that builds up in the flesh of fish may be less dangerous
> >> >than previously thought, according to a new U.S. study
> >> >
> >> >http://www.abc.net.au/science/news/stories/s935036.htm
> >>
> >> --
> >> Joel M. Eichen, .
> >> Philadelphia PA
> >>
> >> STANDARD DISCLAIMER applies:
> >> <You fill it in>
> >>
> >
>
> --
> Joel M. Eichen, .
> Philadelphia PA
>
> STANDARD DISCLAIMER applies:
> <You fill it in>






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