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AND YOU THOUGHT IT WAS REALLY FOOD POISONING? (Or second hand smoke or transfat?)
EPA, USDA, FDA, CDC, the states and your local government responsible for sewage treatment have agreed to a
national policy of releasing deadly disease organisms (and chemicals) into the environment, and placing the deadly
pollutants as close to the public as possible. The disease organisms go through our sewage treatment plants where
some disease organisms are stressed or injured and mutate into drug resistant organisms by the toxic combination of
chemicals. Some become undetectable by standard laboratory culture test methods but regain viability when they are
released to the environment. Based on certain disease organisms being undetectable for a short period of time the
sewage effluent (reclaimed water) and sewage sludge (playfully called biosolids) is promoted as a safe unlabelled
product for growing food and direct public contact on parks and lawns-- and the agencies don't want you to know
where or when you are being exposed. While the life and health of everyone is at risk, the most exposed individuals
are children and the elderly who are hit the hardest.
The current theory is that the agencies need more money, more people, more laws, more regulations and more
scientific studies to solve the problem. What is needed is for Congress to be held accountable for these agencies
failure to abide by the current laws which would have protected you. How could Congress allow these agencies to
create a national policy based on perceived exclusions in the nations laws?
1986 there were one to two million cases of food poisoning (Gerba) (EPA Risk Axssessment for landfilling sludge)
1990 there were about 6 million case of food poisoning
1994 there were about 33 million cases of food poisoning 9,000 deaths EPA-USDA- CDC-Report to President -From Farm to Table
1996 there were about 80 million case of food poisoning (Ralph J. Touche-Chief Sanitarian -Public Health Service
1997 there we about 81 million case of food poisoning (GAO-report)
1998 CDC estimates 360 million cases of acute diarrhea, Most from unknown source of exposure.(1987 estimate) 9,100 deaths
1999 (Mead,et.al) (CDC) estimates there are only about 76 million foodborne cases annually, 325,000 Hospitalized and 5,000 deaths.
CDC still uses these figures = 6.3 million illnesses per month, 27,000 people hospitalized each month, 416 dead each month.
E.coli in frozen food. In 1954, use of Escherichia coli as a test organism was not considered feasible because the organism died
patent_E_coli.html Patent to create E. coli 0157 using calcium chloride -- issued 1980
streptococcus the medical community was shaken by the arrival in the late 1980s of several severe forms of streptococcal
According to Dr. David Swerdlow, a CDC epidemiologist, there were 15 reported deaths from E. coli between 1982 and 1992. By
1997, that figure had climbed to an estimated 200 to 250 deaths; 20,000 cases of E. coli-induced disease are reported every year.
In 2002 the estimate was 73,000 cases annually for E.coli 157-- out of 269,060 E.coli cases.
SludgeScience.html pathogens in viable but non-culturable state have demonstrated the ability to return to an active state (1985)
Health significance and occurrence of injured bacteria in drinking water --VBNC 1986.
Chlorine injury of E. coli and the enumeration of waterborne coliform bacteria -- viable, but nonculturalable. 1979
Dead fish and red herrings -- How EPA pollutes the news
Project-Censored 2. HOW THE EPA POLLUTES THE NEWS AND THE DIOXIN COVER-UP
Project-Censored 21. EPA FAILS TO PURSUE VIOLATORS OF FRAUD AND ABUSE
NSA_PAGE.html Use of Reclaimed Water and Sludge in Food Crop Production (safe-- if-- all laws and rules work) 1996
NSA-Review.html Review of study: Use of Reclaimed Water and Sludge in Food Crop Production (unsafe study) 1998
food poisoning --Arthritic USDA (1996)
Food Irradiation --Not all pathogenic spores and viruses will be destroyed by irradiation 1999
Recycled-effluent-BioCycle-Salinas.html RECYCLED WATER SAVES CALIFORNIA FARMS [or kills them and the customers?] 2001
Concentrations of Copper Thought To Be Toxic to Escherichia coli Can Induce the Viable but Nonculturable Condition
Staphylococcus food poisoning in Japan -Viable S. aureus was not detected from the incriminated food or patients' stool,
Bacteria Survive Pasteurization, Resist Culturing - viable, but nonculturable 2002
KIDS HEALTH -- Clostridium -- Gas Gangrene -- FOOD POISONING 2004
RECOVERY OF CHLORINE - EXPOSED ESCHERICHIA COLI IN ESTUARINE MICROCOSMS
E. coli thrive outside wastewater treatment plants -- and regrows in mixed effluent. 2005
Recycled-effluent-pathogen-study.html report to document strategies to reduce the risks of regrowth in reclaimed water 2006
Recycling-effluent-by-law.html water reuse in irrigation, industrial supply, building cooling system, toilet flushing, etc.
Genetic diversity of Clostridium perfringens type A isolates from animals, food poisoning outbreaks and sludge 2006
CDC FOOD POISONING E. coli 0157 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS -- WITH COMMENTS-- IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT FOOD 2006
Resuscitation of Acid-Injured Salmonella in Enrichment Broth, in Apple Juice and on the Surfaces of Fresh-Cut Cucumber and Apple 2006
wickipedia -- vegetarian food poisoning -- Even the experts can be wrong!
Penn-rights.html Corp. Stripped of personhood
CALIFORNIA FOOD, WATER, SEWAGE DISPOSAL PROBLEM
U.S. Geological Survey CHLORINE TREATMENT FAILURE OF SEWAGE EFFLUENT (RECLAIMED WATER)
Subj: Industry, Government Join E. Coli Fight (Its time for a laugh)
Jim Sibbison was a press officer for the Environmental Protection Agency, where he gained insight into the toxic alliance of self-
Pneumonia caused by infectious bacteria, viruses, fungi and other organisms kills 60,000 people a year.
Pneumonia-Viral / bacteria, viruses, fungi and other disease organism infect three million people each
Virginia Department of Health says biosolids not dangerous (it lied)
TRANSFATS HAVE BECOME THE NEXT SECOND HAND SMOKE SCARE /claims to cause 400 cases of heart disease a year.
Infection and coronary heart disease associated with pathogens (24.7 million), deaths (654.092)
Releases of Multi-drug Resistant Bacteria to the Environment - Reclaimed Effluent and Sludge
E. coli - Death - Disease - Chronic Illness: the results of: Politics - Religion and Magic
Food Safety and Digestive Diseases of theDigestive Diseases Interagency Coordinating Committee
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) Cells infected with scrapie and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease agents
produce intracellular 25-nm virus-like particles
Food data - history of food borne illness