Skip to comments.DDT is safe: just ask the professor who ate it for 40 years
Posted on 07/03/2002 4:09:24 AM PDT by backhoe
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>>It is a well established fact that DDT destroyed the egg shells of a wide range of birds including the bald eagle, our nation’s symbol of freedom. <<
No it isn’t. Read the links here
>>If I have to swat a few bugs in order for my kids to be able to see an eagle soaring across the sky, so be it. <<
Yeah, tell that to the mother holding her DEAD child that could have been prevented by the use of DDT.
What an unbelievably selfish statement you just made. It’s all about your kids, isn’t it?
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i thought it was an american professor ate the ddt on a weekly basis.
I sprayed the backyard patio and breathed DDT when we ate outside in the summer and breathed it durring the 40s.
I love the smell of DDT!
That pelican s eggs being hurt vy DDT was a bunch of BS perpetrated by Eddie Albert of the Center for Democratic Stucis at Santa Barbars.
Both he and the orgiznation are/were communist.
When I was a little boy, the "bug truck" drove through our neighborhood every night during the summer, spraying DDT-- and we, being children and using childish logic ( "bad for bugs, must be good for us!" ) always ran out and played in the plume of spray...
I still remember pictures of people infested with lice and fleas and ticks being doused with DDT powder, in third-world countries.
ping to interesting article, thread
I'm inclined to believe the glut of antibiotic and steroid consumption in our times has been the largest contributor to current immune system problems we're seeing in adults over 30... JMHO....
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