People are pissing in the pool

Cancer rhymes with answer. I hear ya Jacob!  We’re working on it.

I’m back to research. I’m back.

And the more I learn of science, the more I question its intent. So many studies…so many different conclusions. So many interests in their outcomes. So much money. So much deception.

But I’m not giving up. I’m digging for the truth. To stop the madness. To stop the anomalies. To protect my family and yours.

Just trying to summarize my internal thoughts today. What I’ve been thinking below:

Cancer occurs when a cell divides with a mutation. Cell divisions happen all the time and often there are mistakes, it’s just math, but those cells are killed. The human body has built-in mechanisms to deal with those mistakes, called the immune system. One of those includes the anti-oncogene, which is a tumor suppressor gene (the brakes in the body). This gene kills mutated cells. 

According to Knudson’s Hypothesis, anti-oncogene’s can stop working from “two hits.” These hits can be genetic or environmental. Therefore, Jacob would have needed TWO hits for his anti-oncogene to stop functioning to allow cancer to flourish.

Neuroblastoma is more prevalent in younger children because often the first hit is genetic and then the second one happens young while the neuroendocrine system is developing rapidly. However, Jacob developed it later than most and his tumor impact study did not show a genetic marker. Therefore, one could hypothesize that Jacob’s cancer is from two environmental hits. Two independent hits. Likely the first happened young and the second happened four years later. 

So that means the culprit is the environment. 

The world we inhabit. 

It happened somewhere between our life of home, school, and after school. And one day we will return to this. We will return to the carcinogens.

And I know Jacob is not a smoker, so blame cannot reside there. It is something else. Something out there. 

But what?

And I’m drawn back to my post Observing the Water. It was this post that marked the beginning of my search for the environmental answers. I think the answer lies in the water. Doesn’t it always. It’s right where we are swimming.

Remember this quote? It is ringing truer and truer everyday for me.

There are two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming along, who nods at them and says “Morning boys. How’s the water?” And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes “WHAT THE HELL IS WATER?”

Exactly. 

We don’t question. We trust. We have no idea what we are swimming in. We have zero clue. Actually…I’m learning that is not true. Some people do, but they are suppressed.

While I don’t have time to write about all of my research now. I will start with just this factoid.

In 1996 the telecommunications act was passed after the industry spent $50 million in lobbyists.  Beyond the disturbing clauses in there that protect them from ANY liability for FOREVER (yes they are guaranteed this even in the future- how is that possible?!), what is the most disturbing is that there have been NO updates since 1996. This includes on how things are tested and rated. The standards haven’t changed.

But the world has changed…hasn’t it?

In 1996, 16% of Americans had a cellphone compared to 82% in 2017. The term “hotspot” did not exist. The idea of wifi was incomprehensible. There was no such thing as “googling” (google was founded that year). To bring all those cell phones online…that required more than a few more towers and each tower increases the EMF signals in the air. 

The water is changing.

And people know. Actually (in theory) we all know.

Have you ever read the fine print of your iphone when you get it? Or do you just press “accept?”

 Did you read the part that tells you to not keep your phone on your body? And that you are to only speak with it at 5mm from your face. Samsung is about 15mm. Did you really know that? 

And that even this standard that admits you should keep this thing away from your body is based on the testing that is done for a 220-pound large man. This testing doesn’t reflect the majority of users (women, children and any human less than 220 pounds!). And it is fact that the smaller you are the more susceptible to EMF exposure.

And don’t get me started on cell phone cases!! They aren’t even tested. So we don’t know if they trap and amplify the frequencies emitted from your phone. So really you have ZERO clue what this device is doing.

But no one is talking about it.

Why would they, it’s just the water. We don’t think about it. We just swim through it.

And when people try…

One town in California felt that the consumer was not well informed. This town printed out the fine print and displayed (in regular sized print) this information in cell phone stores and can you guess what happened? The telecom companies SUED! Sued them for just putting the fine print in regular print.

Turns out the water we are swimming in is warm. 

People are pissing in the pool!!!!!!

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