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Earthkanu
08-05-2009, 03:49 PM
I do remember shouting at the radio that day.
I really don't understand why people cannot see that Cancer UK are in the business of generating new cancers rather than preventing them.
We've sussed our bankers are ethically challenged individuals who put their own best interests before that of the clients or the country. We've sussed out our politicians are by and large the same.
Why do we continue to delude ourselves that Health Professionals are all aiming to work themselves out of a job?
We know and they know, why skin nowdays fries to crisp under UVB light whereas before we had industrial cooking oils it didn't.

We also know perfectly well that sunscreens work by shifting the UV rays from the vitamin D producing wavelength into the damaging UVA spectrum. So while it's true your skin doesn't burn what is happening is actually worse as it's being damaged without you knowing it. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeXtGHSt-5o)
Look at the slide where he places the rise in sales of sunscreen against the rise in melanomas.
The advice Cancer UK issues causes more cancers than it prevents and they know it.

They will do their utmost to keep vitamin d3 levels below the levels that reduces cancer incidence because they know that once people are no longer afraid of cancer their jobs will be redundant.
worthwhile videos from other vitamin D scientists explaining how vitamin D is implicated in all stages of cancer development and progression. But as we all know you can get D3 for free from sunlight or it's made from the biproducts of the wool/fish industries so will always be unpatentable and dirt cheap. Who can make money out of that?
So lets pretend it's dangerous and if that doesn't work we'll pretend we need lots more reseach to understand it properly.
They didn't do any double blind all cause mortality trials before they reduced our levels to just above that which causes rickets so why do they need them to correct that situation. It simply doesn't add up.

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