Archive by category Lead

SafeWater

SafeWater

  STOP ADDING TOXIC WASTE TO OUR WATER JOIN WASHINGTON ACTION FOR SAFE WATER www.WASW.org Access links at: www.Fluoride-Class-Action.com/SafeWater Print PDF at www.Fluoride-Class-Action/SafeWater-PDF   DRINKING WATER ADDITIVE LEACHES LEAD. The type of fluoride utilized in Seattle, Everett, and Tacoma, fluorosilicic acid, contains lead and leaches lead from pipes and fittings. Lead permeates all cells in […]

Fluoridation Increases Lead Leaching

Fluoridation Increases Lead Leaching

Plumbosolvency Exacerbated by Water Fluoridation by Geoff Pain Abstract Plumbosolvency, the dissolution of metallic Lead, which results in the contamination of drinking water and consequent damage to human health, is recognized as a major problem wherever Lead pipes, solder or brass fittings are present in the supply route. Plumbosolvency is exacerbated by Fluoridation of drinking […]

Deal to National Governors’ Association – Fluoridation is Illegal

Deal to National Governors’ Association – Fluoridation is Illegal

  #fluoridationisillegal FLUORIDATION IS ILLEGAL THE NEW FLUORIDATION LEVEL SHOULD BE ZERO April 4, 2016 Follow links by going to this document: www.fluoride-class-action.com/deal-to-conference-of-governors-4-4-2016  PDF download: http://www.fluoride-class-action.com/wp-content/uploads/Deal-to-National-Governors-Association-4-4-2016.pdf To the National Governors’ Association   Dear Governors:   In April 2015, the national Department of Health (DHHS) recommended a .7 ppm fluoridation level as ‘optimal,’ a reduction from […]

Where Are The Deformed Corpses?

Where Are The Deformed Corpses?

12-18-13 To Richard Christie: You said some time ago: While you are back would you please answer Cedric’s question (put earlier but unanswered) as to which vaccinations you consider well tested and which are not. The question is relevant to the methodology you apply to science and public health. Thank you. You said today: But […]

Does Fluorosilicic Acid Leach Lead?

Does Fluorosilicic Acid Leach Lead?

12-1-13 Dr. Slott says that fluorosilicic acid does not leach lead. http://openparachute.wordpress.com/fluoride-debate/#comment-48179 He cites a study by Urbansky. Read it here: http://www.epa.gov/nrmrl/wswrd/cr/pubs/rrbansky_schockawwa_ac2000.PDF. Professor Sauerheber, response to Dr. Slott is this: The claim by Slott that fluorosilicic acid materials cannot leach lead from lead based plumbing is based on a paper he references by Urbansky. http://www.epa.gov/nrmrl/wswrd/cr/pubs/rrbansky_schockawwa_ac2000.PDF […]

Dr. Godwin – Half An Excellent Article About Lead

Dr. Godwin – Half An Excellent Article About Lead

ONE HALF AN ARTICLE ABOUT LEAD POISONING 5-17-13 Dear Dr. Godwin. hgodwin@ucla.edu 5-17-13 Dear Dr. Godwin. hgodwin@ucla.edu Your article on lead poisoning is excellent. You mentined “lead-contaminated drinking water in Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) school” and that “the local media reported in 2008 that several drinking fountains in elementary schools in the LAUSD […]

Ford, Kettering, and Tetraethyl Lead

Ford, Kettering, and Tetraethyl Lead

Henry Ford, Charles Kettering and the fuel of the future Bill Kovarik Automotive History Review, Spring 1998, No. 32, p. 7 – 27. Cited in Neil Young’s Waging Heavy Peace (NY: Penguin, 2012); Mark Fiege’s Republic of Nature(U.Washington Press, 2012); C. Boyden Gray and Andrew R. Varcoe’s “Octane, Clean Air and Renewable Fuels” (pdf), (Energy Future Coalition, 2006); and […]

Leaded Gasoline Timeline

Leaded Gasoline Timeline

Special timeline: Leaded gasoline * Special Timelines 3000 BCE — First significant mining and refining of mettalic lead. 500 BCE-300 AD — Roman lead smelting produces dangerous emissions. c. 400 BCE – Hippocrates describes lead poisonin 250 BCE — Greek philosopher Nikander of Colophon in 250 BC reported on the colic and anemia resulting from lead poisoning. 200 BCE – […]

Lead Levels in Thurmont MD Water Drop

The Frederick Post Lead Levels in Thurmont Water Drop Thursday February 2, 1994 by Julia Robb, News Post staff “Lead levels in town water have decreased significantly since town officials stopped adding fluoride, commissioners reported at Wednesday’s meeting. They also voted to officially ban fluoridation. Fluoride itself does not produce high lead levels, but fluoride […]

AVGAS

AVGAS

Does the Continued Use of Lead in Aviation Fuel Endanger Public Health and the Environment? Thanks to Scientific American GETTING THE LEAD OUT: Lead was phased out of automotive gasoline beginning in the 1970s, but small piston-engine planes today use enough leaded aviation fuel to account for half of the lead pollution in U.S. skies, […]

Contribute to Fluoride Action Network

12-31-12   From James Robert Deal Attorney – If you care about lead in your drinking water, and a lot of other unhealthy contaminants, contribute to Fluoride Action Network.   Go to www.FluorideAlert.org,  and be generous.  And buy this book: The Case Against Fluoride.   Most communities which fluoridate do so using fluorosilicic acid, which […]

Lead Levels Dropped When Tacoma Stopped Fluoridating

In 1992 Tacoma turned off the fluoride. The 90th percentile lead levels dropped from 32 ppb to 17 ppb. See: http://fluoride-class-action.com/Tacoma-12-2-1992-letter-re-reduced-lead-while-fluoridation-paused.pdf Quoting from Fluoride and Lead by Frances Frech: Let us tell you a tale of two cities–Tacoma, Washington, and Thurmont, Maryland. Both of them saw significant decline in lead levels only six months after […]

FAN on Lead Issues

  Recent Research on Silicofluorides & Lead   Fluoride Action Network | 2007 | By Michael Connett Can water fluoridation increase the levels of lead circulating in a child’s blood? This is the question that has been asked ever since Dartmouth scientist, Dr Roger Masters, and chemical engineer, Myron Coplan, published studies in 1999 and […]

New Hampshire Passes First State-Wide Fluoride Warning Law

New Hampshire Passes First State-Wide Fluoride Warning Law NEW YORK, June 20, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Beginning August 4, 2012, New Hampshire will require notification that 6-month-olds should not be routinely fed infant formula mixed with fluoridated water to avoid discoloring babies’ unerupted teeth (fluorosis), reports the Fluoride Action Network (FAN). Passed by the […]

No safe lead level

CDC: GUIDELINES FOR THE IDENTIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT OF LEAD EXPOSURE IN PREGNANT AND LACTATING WOMEN Because there is no apparent threshold below which adverse effects of lead do not occur, CDC has not identified an allowable exposure level, level of concern, or any other bright line intended to connote a safe or unsafe level of […]

Arsenic and Lead

Dr. Richard Sauerheber (B.A. Biology, Ph.D. Chemistry, University of CA, San Diego) Palomar College, San Marcos, CA December 23, 2012 Comments on Toxicologic Mechanisms of Arsenic, Lead and Fluoride Arsenic is a certain human carcinogen, and lead is a probable (EPA), or a reasonably anticipated to be (NTP), human carcinogen. Indeed, lead and arsenic both […]

Fluoride and Lead

Fluoride and Lead

Fluoride and Lead by Frances Frech Originally presented at Missouri Lead Commission hearing in Hannibal, Missouri in 1994 All of the fluoride products used in the artificial fluoridation of water are contaminated with lead and arsenic. (We received the evidence from Margaret Stasikowski, an official with the EPA, in the form of copies of pages […]

Questions about Lead Leaching

10-29-11 Friends, Even after water districts stop fluoridation, there will still be between 8% and 30% lead in pipes and fittings. It’s close to zero but only in newer homes in California. If fluoridation stops, how much lead leaching will still occur? If we added no fluoride, how much lead would chlorine or chloramines leach? […]

Questions Regarding Lead in Seattle Water

Questions Regarding Lead in Seattle Water In 2004 it was discovered that old Seattle schools had up to 1600 ppb lead in first draw water from water fountains. Seattle has busily been replacing old pipes in the schools at great expense, and the lead readings are down. But readings of over 20 ppb are still […]

Lead + Fluoride = More Lead Uptake

  Exposure to lead exacerbates dental fluorosis. Leite GA, Sawan RM, Teófilo JM, Porto IM, Sousa FB, Gerlach RF. Arch Oral Biol. 2011 Jul;56(7):695-702. Epub 2011 Jan 26. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21269604 Source Department of Morphology, Stomatology and Physiology, School of Dentistry of Ribeirao Preto, University of Sao Paulo (FORP/USP), Avenida do Café, S/N, 14040-904 Ribeirao Preto, SP, […]

Lead In Pipes

In 1986 the EPA greatly reduced the amount of lead allowable in water pipes, plumbing solder, and brass fittings. However, lead is still allowed in all of these provided notice is given. See: http://www.fluoride-class-action.com/wp-content/uploads/epa-1988-lead-solder-ban-except-with-disclosure.pdf.