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By Pete Moore On February 21st, 2021

Sperm counts have been dropping; infant boys are developing more genital abnormalities; more girls are experiencing early puberty; and adult women appear to be suffering declining egg quality and more miscarriages.

It’s not just humans. Scientists report genital anomalies in a range of species, including unusually small penises in alligators, otters and minks. In some areas, significant numbers of fish, frogs and turtles have exhibited both male and female organs.

Swan and other experts say the problem is a class of chemicals called endocrine disruptors, which mimic the body’s hormones and thus fool our cells. This is a particular problem for fetuses as they sexually differentiate early in pregnancy. Endocrine disruptors can wreak reproductive havoc.

Endocrine disrupters are everywhere and in everything. Read the link for more info. Our mania for chemical fivers for one problem pften leads to others. To these I would add plastics, chemicals in foods and all those prescription drugs urinated into the water system. We really need to start cleaning up our world.

2 Responses to “NYT: ALEX JONES WAS RIGHT”

  1. Well Pete I am sure you will be first inline for bone broth, super beets and some man-man chemicals

  2. Good post Pete, totally agree.

    If sperm counts have dropped by over 50% in a few decades it’s obvious that we have a serious problem. Chemical pollution could be the end of our species if we’re not more careful. We won’t need a nuclear war after all.

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