[Neuroscience] Re: Aspartame linked to increased cancer risk in
rats, Ramazzini Foundation lifetime study on 1, 800 rats,
www.nature.com/news : other relevant recent research: Murray
bubbarichau at warmmail.com
Wed Dec 14 17:34:28 EST 2005
In bionet.neuroscience Jure Sah <jure.sah at guest.arnes.si> sanoi, hitaasti kuin hämähäkki:
> Jack Anderson wrote:
>> Diet pop contains alot of
>> acid, which they use to replace the sugar. If your body is acidic, you can
>> get cancer. If your body is alkaline, you can't get cancer!!!!
> Dear lord... *Offers a large cup of concentrated NaOH to Jack
> Anderson*... here, drink this and you'll be safe from cancer for life!
THAT'S A LYE! DON'T BELIEVE HIM, JACK!
>> There is a group in DC, known as lobbiests. They bribe politicians into
>> voting certain ways on drug laws.
> Stuff you describe here happens all the time with things all the way
> from companies doing prediction research for nuclear power plants to
> companies selling newspapers.
> Learning stuff like that is hardly avoidable when you got a job and put
> your mind to doing it.
> If the costumer doesn't like what he or she sees, you better make
> her/him like it (either by changing the truth or the costumer) or you're
> out of buissness. It doesn't matter what the reality is, and this IS
>> A disease is not exactly what you think it is.
> Yes of course. How astonishing.
> Bottom line... don't you have anything BETTER to do?
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