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Brief summary of aspartame toxicity studies 2.24.99

Ted Rosenberg tedrosenberg at iname.com
Fri Feb 26 21:55:26 EST 1999


LOOK BETTY, or MARK, or whatever other fraud you are. GO PEDDLE YOUR
TRIPE ELSEWHERE.  WE ARE TIRED OF HEARING IT

Haakon Rian Ueland wrote:
> 
> Let me tell you, Dave: there has never been performed a double-blind study
> which has confirmed that falling from the roof on a skyscraper onto the
> pavement will kill you. Never. Therefore, this belief that falling a few
> hundred meters without a parachute is purely anecdotal, and there is no need
> for you to regard it at all.
> 
> Seriously, this scientific view which seems to be that things aren't so
> until it has been thoroughly tested seems silly and immature. When I
> experience something on my own body, I believe it. When I read of research
> saying this and that, I usually find quite a few flaws in their reasoning
> and deductions, consider that fully _10%_ of norwegian scientists have
> admitted to cheating during scientific tests - and stay sceptical.
> 
> Haakon
> Dave Bugg wrote in message <7b4ptu$abc$1 at news-2.news.gte.net>...
> >Melinda Meahan wrote in message <36D5EB2D.66CC at usa.net>...
> >***snip
> >
> >>Well, it affects me, and I have stopped using it.  I know of three or
> >>four other people off the top of my head that it has also affected.  In
> >>my book, that makes it no longer anecdotal.
> >
> >It doesn't matter whether or not it's in your book, in your mind or in your
> >opinion; anecdotal is anecdotal.  The definition doesn't change to fit your
> >mind-set.
> >
> >



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