The Fluoride Myth (SCAM)

And now: the good the bad and the Ugly of our current food production Industry: 

The Aguilar Institute is an unbiased Research Think Tank on the Organic Farming and Food Production Industry. Our objective is to report on current Food Production Methods and the damage they are doing to our health as well as reporting on Organic Farming methods and the benefits to our soils, air and the health of millions of people around the world.  

The Phosphate Fertilizer Industry Provides the Chemical Used to Fluoridate City Water Supplies

Excerpts of this article were copied from Health Impact News: https://healthimpactnews.com/2018/criminal-fertilizer-company-that-already-settled-2-billion-lawsuit-wants-18000-more-acres-in-florida/.

Mosaic Fertilizer http://www.mosaicco.com/has been sued and settled on over $2 Billion dollars in lawsuits by the State of Florida for contaminating their fresh water system and for causing ecological damage.  

Where and how Fluoride Gets into our Clean Water Systems 

A major toxic gaseous byproduct from manufacturing phosphate fertilizers has to be gathered by smokestack “wet scrubbers” in order to comply with air pollution regulations put in place a few decades ago, after gases emitted from plant smokestacks ruined nearby crops, killed livestock, and seriously sickened humans.  

In its newly liquefied form, from being gathered by wet scrubbers, it is packaged as a hazardous substance to be sold and shipped to a majority of municipalities where they purchase this toxic waste to fluoridate their water supplies.

At first, in 1983, the EPA was hugely in favor of this method, which is considered a win-win for both not polluting the immediate environment and boosting dental health throughout the nation. Fluoride protection for teeth was the current medical myth at the time, which most still hold dearly today.

"Inorganic phosphate fertilizers cause ecological harm. Further processing of mined phosphate adds nitrogen to the mix. Phosphate fertilizers are used extensively in large-scale factory farming and among non-organic small farms. Runoff water from farms using these fertilizers combine to pollute aquifers that many communities siphon for their water". 

The runoff water containing these fertilizers seep into aquifers and underground water tables to pollute drinking water. Water seepage from farms using phosphate fertilizers flow into inland waterways and lakes, eventually spilling into coastal ocean waters,disturbing the ecological balance of aquatic plant life and creating oxygen-deprived “dead zones”. 

It may seem paradoxical that a mineral with nitrogen essential to plants and life, in general, would create dead zones in lakes and coastal water. What happens is too much nitrogen from these fertilizers kills off vital algae and creates an algae imbalance, negatively affecting symbiotic species. 

This adversely affects the
whole marine life food chain to create a dead zone that threatens marine life.
Dead zones have occurred in coastal waters such as the Chesapeake Bay, several
Florida coastal inlets, and the Great Lakes as well as smaller inland lakes.  (Source)

Although plant crops may thrive with phosphate fertilizers, the soil does not. It becomes leached of minerals from the fertilizer and the method of large-scale mono-crop farming that demands more and more phosphate fertilizing.

This farming method is considered more rapidly lucrative than cultivating more than one crop to allow crop rotation, which is good for the soil and allowing various parts of the land’s soil to rest for a year as fallow soil

Big Ag’s large scale farming methods are unhealthy for all along the food chain and impossible to sustain.

Beyond the Imminent Dangers

It appears there is a finite limit to the phosphate mining required by this fertilizer that is claimed to help Big Ag feed the world’s demand of an expanding population. Does that phrase seem familiar? It’s the propaganda used by the biotech’s GMO industry, designed to sell more toxic pesticides provided by those who create the genetically modified seeds for crops to withstand the poisons.

The solution for both extreme fertilizer use and GMO interventions is organic farming that serves regional areas. This has been studied by various UN international groups assigned to do an unbiased study on what can actually feed the world and sustain itself without harming the environment and the animals and people in it. 

How Organic Farming Could Release Us From the Curse of Fertilizer

This transition can take some time, and it’s not going happen by decree of most governments, which are usually part of the problem through either ignorance or corruption. It’s going to take consumer choices, selecting mostly organic and locally-grown foods, and disenchanted farmers joining the ranks of organic farmers, which though not covered by the mainstream news, is gradually happening.

In the meantime, creating a more environmentally-compatible method of phosphate mining may help during the hopefully anticipated change to more organic and sustainable farming.

We at the Aguilar Institute believe that Organic Farming is not only a healthy alternative to current chemically induced food production, we also believe that it is our moral obligation to report on the current state of chemically dependent farming methods and to present the world with healthy alternatives of growing nutritious organic foods, says L. Aguilar.   

And now: the good the bad and the Ugly of our current food production Industry:

The Aguilar Institute is an unbiased Research Think Tank on the Organic Farming and Food Production Industry. Our objective is to report on current Food Production Methods and the damage they are doing to our health as well as reporting on Organic Farming methods and the benefits to our soils, air and the health of millions of people around the world.

The Phosphate Fertilizer Industry Provides the Chemical Used to Fluoridate City Water Supplies

Excerpts of this article were copied from Health Impact News: https://healthimpactnews.com/2018/criminal-fertilizer-company-that-already-settled-2-billion-lawsuit-wants-18000-more-acres-in-florida/.

Mosaic Fertilizer http://www.mosaicco.com/has been sued and settled on over $2 Billion dollars in lawsuits by the State of Florida for contaminating their fresh water system and for causing ecological damage.

Where and how Fluoride Gets into our Clean Water Systems 

A major toxic gaseous byproduct from manufacturing phosphate fertilizers has to be gathered by smokestack “wet scrubbers” in order to comply with air pollution regulations put in place a few decades ago, after gases emitted from plant smokestacks ruined nearby crops, killed livestock, and seriously sickened humans.

In its newly liquefied form, from being gathered by wet scrubbers, it is packaged as a hazardous substance to be sold and shipped to a majority of municipalities where they purchase this toxic waste to fluoridate their water supplies.

At first, in 1983, the EPA was hugely in favor of this method, which is considered a win-win for both not polluting the immediate environment and boosting dental health throughout the nation. Fluoride protection for teeth was the current medical myth at the time, which most still hold dearly today.

"Inorganic phosphate fertilizers cause ecological harm. Further processing of mined phosphate adds nitrogen to the mix. Phosphate fertilizers are used extensively in large-scale factory farming and among non-organic small farms. Runoff water from farms using these fertilizers combine to pollute aquifers that many communities siphon for their water". 

The runoff water containing these fertilizers seep into aquifers and underground water tables to pollute drinking water. Water seepage from farms using phosphate fertilizers flow into inland waterways and lakes, eventually spilling into coastal ocean waters,disturbing the ecological balance of aquatic plant life and creating oxygen-deprived “dead zones”. 

It may seem paradoxical that a mineral with nitrogen essential to plants and life, in general, would create dead zones in lakes and coastal water. What happens is too much nitrogen from these fertilizers kills off vital algae and creates an algae imbalance, negatively affecting symbiotic species.

This adversely affects the
whole marine life food chain to create a dead zone that threatens marine life.
Dead zones have occurred in coastal waters such as the Chesapeake Bay, several
Florida coastal inlets, and the Great Lakes as well as smaller inland lakes.  (Source)

Although plant crops may thrive with phosphate fertilizers, the soil does not. It becomes leached of minerals from the fertilizer and the method of large-scale mono-crop farming that demands more and more phosphate fertilizing.

This farming method is considered more rapidly lucrative than cultivating more than one crop to allow crop rotation, which is good for the soil and allowing various parts of the land’s soil to rest for a year as fallow soil.

Big Ag’s large scale farming methods are unhealthy for all along the food chain and impossible to sustain.

Beyond the Imminent Dangers

It appears there is a finite limit to the phosphate mining required by this fertilizer that is claimed to help Big Ag feed the world’s demand of an expanding population. Does that phrase seem familiar? It’s the propaganda used by the biotech’s GMO industry, designed to sell more toxic pesticides provided by those who create the genetically modified seeds for crops to withstand the poisons.

The solution for both extreme fertilizer use and GMO interventions is organic farming that serves regional areas. This has been studied by various UN international groups assigned to do an unbiased study on what can actually feed the world and sustain itself without harming the environment and the animals and people in it.

How Organic Farming Could Release Us From the Curse of Fertilizer

This transition can take some time, and it’s not going happen by decree of most governments, which are usually part of the problem through either ignorance or corruption. It’s going to take consumer choices, selecting mostly organic and locally-grown foods, and disenchanted farmers joining the ranks of organic farmers, which though not covered by the mainstream news, is gradually happening.

In the meantime, creating a more environmentally-compatible method of phosphate mining may help during the hopefully anticipated change to more organic and sustainable farming.

We at the Aguilar Institute believe that Organic Farming is not only a healthy alternative to current chemically induced food production, we also believe that it is our moral obligation to report on the current state of chemically dependent farming methods and to present the world with healthy alternatives of growing nutritious organic foods, says L. Aguilar.

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