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27 May 2010

There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true. –Soren Kierkegaard
PAG e-NEWS: 27 May 2010
— questioning dogma, ideology, authority, reality, and whatever is left
   — peeking behind the curtain
   — thinking outside the program
   — looking below the surface       
   — lifting the veil
Published by Peter A. Gersten, Esq. (
It could be merely a coincidence that our food, our water, and our atmosphere – the three things carbon-based life forms need to survive – are being poisoned, but I do not believe so. It could be a mere coincidence that the oceans and the forests are systematically being destroyed, but I do not believe so. But what difference does it make what one believes if that person is not willing to act upon those beliefs?
Are You Eating a Gasoline Additive?
Soy sucks nutrients right out of your bloodstream. It can turn a man into a woman. Soy is one of the worst crops for the environment. It destroys the soil and wrecks our ecosystem.
Presidential cancer advisors find courage to warn about environmental risks of cancer chemicals
Late last week, a report from the President’s Cancer Panel (PCP) broke ranks with the sick-care cancer establishment and dared to say something that natural health advocates have been warning about for decades: That Americans are “bombarded” with cancer-causing chemicals and radiation, and if we hope to reduce cancer rates, we must eliminate cancer-causing chemicals in foods, medicines, personal care products and our work and home environments.
Guilt-free eating: 10 nutrition myths debunked
Some nutrition myths bounce around on crazy e-mail chain letters and pop up on goofy evening news reports. Others fuel the sale of rip-off diet books. Some are so accepted they seem hardwired into our brains. Take deep-fried foods, for example. They’re universally bad for you, right? Well, no.

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