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To: P-Marlowe

I agree. God didn’t tell us to exploit the Earth and its animals without care. We are caretakers.
I don’t want to sound like a CTer but do all the anti-biotics and hormones given chickens and other animals account for the rise in things like an allergic reactions to peanuts?


33 posted on 03/08/2014 12:03:43 PM PST by Lx (Do you like it? Do you like it, Scott? I call it, "Mr. & Mrs. Tenorman Chili.")
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To: Lx

I agree. God didn’t tell us to exploit the Earth and its animals without care. We are caretakers.
I don’t want to sound like a CTer but do all the anti-biotics and hormones given chickens and other animals account for the rise in things like an allergic reactions to peanuts?


No, that is powdered vulcanized rubber.

Think about it: Automobile travel has increased incredibly throughout the 20th century along with the concomitant use of tires. Where do the tires go? The vulcanized rubber wears on paved roads into a fine powder.

In parallel with the increase of powdered vulcanized rubber in the environment is a tremendous rise in peanut allergies and homosexuality.

Q.E.D.

/nutjobconspiracy


107 posted on 03/08/2014 1:34:35 PM PST by Peet (Oderint dum metuant)
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To: Lx
but do all the anti-biotics and hormones given chickens and other animals account for the rise in things like an allergic reactions to peanuts?

Assuming you're over ten years old, and that was a serious attempt at adult education, can you please explain the connection between what chickens are fed, and the level of allergens in peanuts?

You lost me.

170 posted on 03/08/2014 4:30:36 PM PST by publius911 ( At least Nixon had the good g race to resign!)
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