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EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants
03-22-2008, 02:36 AM,
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EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants
Quote:EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants


http://www.coxwashington.com/hp/content/re..._ADV14_COX.html
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03-23-2008, 01:33 AM,
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EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants
Ah the good ole' health industry is just staling it and putting it in vaccines i bet
The first step to revolution is consciousness,
So I wont stop screaming at you until this all make sense.
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03-23-2008, 02:24 AM, (This post was last modified: 03-23-2008, 02:27 AM by drew hempel.)
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EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants
Good old chlorine -- relying on mercury to make it and lye as well... soap.

Well 30 tons not reported by the industry in 2003.... just another reason to rely on self-monitoring by corporations.

But luckily the EPA didn't notice and then switched the rules....how convenient. Maybe now they won't have to upgrade their technology.

Check out this amazing check-22:

Technology upgrades have required MORE mercury purchases, therefore causing a discrepancy between purchasing and releases.

Technology upgrads have enabled same companies to reduce mercury releases yet the more mercury purchased can not be accounted for.

Something is seriously wrong here....!!!

And I quote:

The differences between what we purchase and what we report is potentially explained by adding larger, more efficient pieces of equipment, which require us to use more mercury," he said.

He said that "over the last five to eight years, we've been on a program to continuously upgrade our equipment."

However, in data provided at EPA's request in 1998, Olin reported that from 1993 to 1997, it purchased 100,000 pounds more mercury than the approximately 7,400 pounds it reported releasing into the environment during those years.

Asked how this difference could be accounted for, Scott repeated that the company had been working to improve its operations.

In fact, he said that in recent years, the Augusta plant has emitted less than one-third as much mercury as EPA regulations permitted.
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03-24-2008, 06:37 AM,
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EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants
Sure does pretty on to me. I'm not usually one for chemtrails an the such, but this did alarm me. somewhere......NO MATTER WHERE.......we're missing 30 tons of a highly toxic elemental substance, and our government, nor its inhabitants, know where it is....scary indeed. So i figured i'd go for three, knowing me...


check it out..



http://www.coxwashington.com/hp/content/re..._ADV14_COX.html



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercury_poisoning

(specifically this;
central nervous system, endocrine system, kidneys, and other organs, and adversely affects the mouth, gums, and teeth. Exposure over long periods of time or heavy exposure to mercury vapor can result in brain damage and ultimately death. Mercury and its compounds are particularly toxic to fetuses and infants. Women who have been exposed to mercury in pregnancy have sometimes given birth to children with serious birth defects (see Minamata disease).


Mercury exposure in young children can have severe neurological consequences, preventing nerve sheaths from forming properly. Mercury inhibits the formation of myelin, the building block protein that forms these sheaths.[8]
There is some evidence that mercury poisoning may predispose to Young's syndrome (men with bronchiectasis and low sperm count).[9]
Mercury poisoning in the young has been hypothesized as a cause of autistic behaviors.[10][11] This hypothesis is controversial, as much evidence suggests that about 90% of autism is explained by genetics.[12] The hypothesis has not been confirmed by reliable studies.[13])


which then leads to something like this:->

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/conte...7091001349.html


and i finally feel sanctioned to somehow say....we're all alike.

spread the luv to ur friendly (or somewhat psychotic) neighbor ;]
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04-13-2008, 04:51 PM,
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EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants
This might be the ticket:

Filament bulbs are to be baned from used and only the energy saver bulbs are to be purchased.

Right now government and businesses are to use the florescent and energy savers, same thing.

I heard soon you will not be able to purchase filament bulbs.

All energy savers and florescent use mercury, Tesla invented them no matter what you heard.

So just like the energy solution of grain to fuel is big money now, reducing food supply,
mercury is going to the bulb industry for bigger profits.

I have had two curly one burn at the base, they do not turn off when the light goes off.
So when leaving the house don't leave on lit, perhaps little refrigerator bulbs or
small wattage will still be allowed.

The straight ones flicker longer and you have time to shut them off, if you see them.

LED bulbs I don't know about but perhaps a better solution


At garbage pickup the other day, two houses away an long tube florescent was thrown
into the truck and it burst into a cloud of vapor.
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04-14-2008, 02:14 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-14-2008, 02:15 PM by fjaneson.)
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EPA Puzzled By Tons Of 'Missing Mercury' At Plants
They are using the Mercury in their Vimanas.

That amount (30 tons)could be because of the books being juggled over say 10-20 years.

EPA (Environ-Mental Poisoning Assistants) is in the pocket of industry just like all the other governmental

'watchdog' agencies. Check and see how many EPA chairmen and board members are former

chemical industry execs. I haven't checked but at this stage in our country's decadent downfall

I'd say MOST of them are.

Just look what our good friends British Petroleum are dumping into Lake Michigan....

And remember, this is just what they are ADMITTING to, not necessarily the actual amounts of waste being

dumped. That figure may well be much much higher.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/chi...2&cset=true

And people WONDER why EVERYONE is dying of CANCER?

Tons of Heavy Metal sludge into the lake DAILY la dee da oh who cares la dee da. Oh and Ammonia too YAY

Thank You British Petroleum. May you rot in HELL.
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