Natural selection in the 21st century

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tumblr_moo6yfc4qY1swzs46o1_1280.jpgtumblr_owjvr0WYqh1qkp3voo1_1280.jpg  Just below this:

http://esuerc.tumblr.com/post/165526376387/the-port-is-out-my-shoulder-hurts-something

 

 

Here’s the kicker: When Searle was absorbed by Monsanto in 1985, Donald Rumsfeld reportedly received a $12 million bonus, pretty big money in those days.

http://www.whydontyoutrythis.com/2013/07/the-shocking-story-of-how-aspartame-became-legal.html

The logical solution:
Use available holes (intestines, Oddi sphincter ) to expel the tumor.
Keep the molecules in your body that were available to your ancestor.
Avoid killing chemicals (-cides)

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.zentrum-der-gesundheit.de/gerson-therapie,amp.html

4 thoughts on “Natural selection in the 21st century

  1. Would have really liked if you asked permission to use my cancer post, but that’s neither here nor there. I haven’t had soda myself since December ’17. Try to stay away from aspartame and all that, too.
    We did, however, before I was diagnosed with cancer, have a mold outbreak in our house which probably didn’t help matters at the time.
    But my most recent CT scan has showed no new formations or metastasis of the previous cancer, and I have 3 more years of scans to go.

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  2. I had a lymphodenitis at the time, had a surgery and a drain in my neck for 2 weeks in the hospital, and exams coming. Mold would cause lung problems first. You’re young. Lymphatic system is the last stop. Are you familiar with Gerson Institute?

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  3. I have fungal infection in my gut for 7 years now, maybe even from birth, loaded with mycotoxins, but my immune system is still functioning somehow.

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