From: Peter Bowditch on
Mike <mike(a)xyz.com> wrote:

>Mark Probert wrote:
>> Mike wrote:
>>> David Wright wrote:
>>>> In article <DUPwh.78$yH3.42(a)trndny07>, Mike <mike(a)xyz.com> wrote:
>>>>> David Wright wrote:
>>>>>> Children are almost never given TT or Td. The amount of thimerosal in
>>>>>> even the heaviest pediatric HepB dose is less than you'd get from a
>>>>>> tuna sandwich.
>>>>> It is not so innocuous when you take body weight into account. One
>>>>> tuna sandwich for a 9 lb infant is like 20 sandwiches for a 180 lb
>>>>> adult. Actually it is even worse than that because an infant body is
>>>>> much weaker, especially for very young children who do not have
>>>>> blood brain barrier yet.
>>>>
>>>> Except that the amount of mercury is even smaller than the doses you
>>>> seem to be worried about.
>>>
>>> Smaller than what? Pregnant women are advised to avoid tuna sandwiches
>>> to protect their future children, why should the children be getting
>>> an equivalent of 20 tuna sandwiches?
>>
>> Do you know the difference between ethyl and methyl mercury? I'll give
>> you a hint, it is not just the 'm'.
>
>Yes, I do. According to a research on monkeys ethylmercury is MORE toxic
>for the brain than methylmercury.
>http://www.safeminds.org/research/library/Burbacher-EHP-Primates-April-2005.pdf

Why am I not surprised to find to find that SafeMinds are telling
lies?

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From: Jan on
On Feb 4, 1:16�am, Peter Bowditch <myfirstn...(a)ratbags.com> wrote:
> Mike <m...(a)xyz.com> wrote:
> >Mark Probert wrote:
> >> Mike wrote:
> >>> David Wright wrote:
> >>>> In article <DUPwh.78$yH3.42(a)trndny07>, Mike  <m...(a)xyz.com> wrote:
> >>>>> David Wright wrote:
> >>>>>> Children are almost never given TT or Td.  The amount of thimerosal in
> >>>>>> even the heaviest pediatric HepB dose is less than you'd get from a
> >>>>>> tuna sandwich.
> >>>>> It is not so innocuous when you take body weight into account. One
> >>>>> tuna sandwich for a 9 lb infant is like 20 sandwiches for a 180 lb
> >>>>> adult. Actually it is even worse than that because an infant body is
> >>>>> much weaker, especially for very young children who do not have
> >>>>> blood brain barrier yet.
>
> >>>> Except that the amount of mercury is even smaller than the doses you
> >>>> seem to be worried about.
>
> >>> Smaller than what? Pregnant women are advised to avoid tuna sandwiches
> >>> to protect their future children, why should the children be getting
> >>> an equivalent of 20 tuna sandwiches?
>
> >> Do you know the difference between ethyl and methyl mercury? I'll give
> >> you a hint, it is not just the 'm'.
>
> >Yes, I do. According to a research on monkeys ethylmercury is MORE toxic
> >for the brain than methylmercury.
> >http://www.safeminds.org/research/library/Burbacher-EHP-Primates-Apri...
>
> Why am I not surprised to find to find that SafeMinds are telling
> lies?

What lies?

You are the master along with the *gang* who lies.
>
> <snip more of the same>
> --
> Peter Bowditch

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From: Mark Probert on
wrote:
> On Feb 3, 2:41�pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote:
>> Mike wrote:
>>> David Wright wrote:
>>>> Children are almost never given TT or Td. �The amount of thimerosal in
>>>> even the heaviest pediatric HepB dose is less than you'd get from a
>>>> tuna sandwich.
>>> It is not so innocuous when you take body weight into account. One tuna
>>> sandwich for a 9 lb infant is like 20 sandwiches for a 180 lb adult.
>>> Actually it is even worse than that because an infant body is much
>>> weaker, especially for very young children who do not have blood brain
>>> barrier yet.
>> But, of course, comparing Thimerosal to tuna is inherently absurd.
>
> Correct. So why are you and the *gang* doing just?
>
> No need to answer. It is well known why.

I would never compare the toxicity of MeHg to EHg, which is what
comparing tuna and thimerosal is.

Intelligent people know that they are not the same chemical.


From: Peter Bowditch on
"Jan" <jdrew63929(a)aol.com> wrote:

>On Feb 4, 1:16?am, Peter Bowditch <myfirstn...(a)ratbags.com> wrote:
>> Mike <m...(a)xyz.com> wrote:
>> >Mark Probert wrote:
>> >> Mike wrote:
>> >>> David Wright wrote:
>> >>>> In article <DUPwh.78$yH3.42(a)trndny07>, Mike <m...(a)xyz.com> wrote:
>> >>>>> David Wright wrote:
>> >>>>>> Children are almost never given TT or Td. he amount of thimerosal in
>> >>>>>> even the heaviest pediatric HepB dose is less than you'd get from a
>> >>>>>> tuna sandwich.
>> >>>>> It is not so innocuous when you take body weight into account. One
>> >>>>> tuna sandwich for a 9 lb infant is like 20 sandwiches for a 180 lb
>> >>>>> adult. Actually it is even worse than that because an infant body is
>> >>>>> much weaker, especially for very young children who do not have
>> >>>>> blood brain barrier yet.
>>
>> >>>> Except that the amount of mercury is even smaller than the doses you
>> >>>> seem to be worried about.
>>
>> >>> Smaller than what? Pregnant women are advised to avoid tuna sandwiches
>> >>> to protect their future children, why should the children be getting
>> >>> an equivalent of 20 tuna sandwiches?
>>
>> >> Do you know the difference between ethyl and methyl mercury? I'll give
>> >> you a hint, it is not just the 'm'.
>>
>> >Yes, I do. According to a research on monkeys ethylmercury is MORE toxic
>> >for the brain than methylmercury.
>> >http://www.safeminds.org/research/library/Burbacher-EHP-Primates-Apri...
>>
>> Why am I not surprised to find to find that SafeMinds are telling
>> lies?
>
>What lies?

How about "ethylmercury is MORE toxic for the brain than
methylmercury"? That will do for a start.

>
>You are the master along with the *gang* who lies.

I will have to bring back KACHING!! You are falling back into bad
habits.

>>
>> <snip more of the same>
>> --
>> Peter Bowditch
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From: Jan on
On Feb 4, 2:34�pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote:
> wrote:

Who wrote?

Do show us more of your dishonesty. As usual your UDP was a fake.
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Feb 3, 2:41?pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote:
> >> Mike wrote:
> >>> David Wright wrote:
> >>>> Children are almost never given TT or Td. ?The amount of thimerosal in
> >>>> even the heaviest pediatric HepB dose is less than you'd get from a
> >>>> tuna sandwich.
> >>> It is not so innocuous when you take body weight into account. One tuna
> >>> sandwich for a 9 lb infant is like 20 sandwiches for a 180 lb adult.
> >>> Actually it is even worse than that because an infant body is much
> >>> weaker, especially for very young children who do not have blood brain
> >>> barrier yet.
> >> But, of course, comparing Thimerosal to tuna is inherently absurd.
>
> > Correct.  So why are you and the *gang* doing just?
>
> > No need to answer.  It is well known why.
>
> I would never compare the toxicity of MeHg to EHg, which is what
> comparing tuna and thimerosal is.

Fact: The *gang* posted about tuna, as a diversion.
>
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Intelligent people (not you) know the toxcity of thimerosal.




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