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Will Francis Have the Guts to Expose THIS Ecological sin?

One ecological sin I commission Pope Francis to expose is the dogged determination to applaud the presence of damaging hormones in our water supplies and dairy products.

More and more women are using the contraception pill as well as using the "morning-after" pill, which is nothing more than dangerous levels of contraceptive pill hormones all at once.

Scientific research has an eye-raising absence of important data they are not clamouring to produce.

Head research at NIH cannot stop short of studdering the undeniable reality that there "could be an important risk" of exposure to dangerous hormones in dairy products.

I have no doubt that scientists sleep fine at night knowing fish in our water supplies have "flexible fertility" because, in their wildest dreams, most of them would wish for flexible fertility in us pesky humans.

As far as the presence of dangerous levels in our milk? Simple: Feign concern for milk availability among the poorest of the poor.
Pope Francis will never condemn China's staggering destruction of the environment, either.
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I saw a program some years ago on British TV where they tested the theory that high levels of female hormones from the pill etc were making their way into the water supply. They found no such levels. What they did find (by accident) was that the plastics we use secrete a chemical that acts in the male human body like oestrogen and could cause defects in babies etc. I don't know if those results …More
I saw a program some years ago on British TV where they tested the theory that high levels of female hormones from the pill etc were making their way into the water supply. They found no such levels. What they did find (by accident) was that the plastics we use secrete a chemical that acts in the male human body like oestrogen and could cause defects in babies etc. I don't know if those results were followed up.
I am wondering about conclusions there is no significant effect from drinking water levels. Contraceptive use has increased as well as high doses in "emergency contraceptive" use...let alone the reality of some specific studies that simply haven't been done (as I understand in the NIH literature I skimmed).
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They never publish these facts as it does not fit their agenda!
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