Mercury is one of the most toxic substances known to the human race, and any scientist or doctor would agree. That being said, there is a dangerous scientific theory that plagues the medial industry: That it’s somehow OK to be exposed to ‘trace amounts’ of mercury.
This makes absolutely no sense, because when it comes to the toxicity of substances like mercury, any amount can have a detrimental effect on human biology. Sure, you may not die, but mercury poisoning is very real and can have significant long-term health effects.
And how big is a ‘trace’ amount of mercury compared to the size of a neuron or a neuronal pathway, anyways?
What’s really concerning is that mercury is still added to many vaccines, including some flu shots as well as some vaccines that are administered to the elderly and those in third world countries.
The bioaccumulation of these substances, including after being given a vaccine, has never been studied. Heavy metal contamination is one of the biggest problems today, yet the medical industry completely ignores it, thus there is very little awareness surrounding this issue.
“In nature, toxic metals generally are bound with other elements rather than being present in their pure form.
“However, with the advent of large-scale industrial processes to extract metals from naturally occurring compounds, humans let the genie out of the bottle, contributing significantly to the distribution of mercury, aluminum and other heavy metals in the environment. When released from nature’s semi-protective hold, these “invariably toxic” metals wreak havoc on living systems, including humans, animals and plants alike.
“Modern-day scientists have been amassing evidence of mercury’s toxicity for decades, with a growing focus in recent years on the metal’s association with neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
“A new review article in the multidisciplinary journal Environmental Research pulls together a wide body of literature with the aim of summing up current research and emerging trends in mercury toxicology. Geir Bjørklund, the study’s lead author, is the founder of Norway’s non-profit Council for Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and has published prolifically on topics related to heavy metals, autoimmune disorders and ASD.” – Robert F Kennedy Jr.
Mercury is present everywhere in our environment, and exposure to mercurial compounds is now widespread, despite feeble attempts to ban some uses. Bjørklund et al.’s review covers all three categories of mercury: elemental, organic and inorganic.
Exposure to volatile elemental mercury can come about as a result of occupational contact or vapor from dental amalgam fillings.
Organic mercury — the most frequent form of exposure, according to Bjørklund and colleagues — exists as methylmercury (in fish) and ethylmercury (in the vaccine preservative thimerosal). Coal-fired power plants send inorganic mercury into the environment, where the toxic metal works its way up the marine food chain.
Mercury plays no constructive metabolic role whatsoever, and humans have not evolved effective mechanisms to excrete it. Children with ASD have a particularly hard time detoxifying and excreting mercury.
Below is a video from the University of Calgary, in which researchers look at a neuron isolated from snail brain tissue. In the video, it’s displaying normal, linear growth. Growth “cones” in all species have identical structure and behavioural characteristics. So, regardless of the species, this is what mercury does to the body.