Deadly Protein Unstoppable In Sewage
The San Diego City Council approved plans to recycle sewage water into drinking water this week. The move likely failed to account for a proven health risk.
In my opinion, San Diego joined a growing global movement in what could become a human health disaster. The move is a death sentence for millions of people who will drink reclaimed wastewater and contaminate their homes, gardens and offices with a highly contagious and unstoppable pathogen called a prion. The exposure can cause neurological disorders in mammals, including Alzheimer’s disease.
The “treated” water from the proposed San Diego system could be mixed into the San Vicente Reservoir and piped to customers, or the city could route the water directly into the distribution system. Once exposed to deadly prions, the waterways will be contaminated forever–serving as incubators and distributors of neurological disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease.
The Orange County water reclamation program was recently featured on CBS’ 60 Minutes. Reporter Lesley Stahl bravely drank a sample of treated sewage water during the story. As she explained, San Diego won’t be the first to drink its own sewage. A number of other cities around the world have already sold their souls down the river based on half-truths and misinformation. Orange County, for example, recycles 70 million gallons a day to potable. It’s expanding capacity to 100 million gallons per day.
Prions and Prion Disease
If not for one tiny detail, I would be more open-minded and supportive of the practice of recycling wastewater. That microscopic detail is called a prion—the deadly and unstoppable protein behind the exploding Alzheimer’s epidemic, mad cow disease and other neurological disorders that are killing millions of people, wildlife and livestock around the world.
A new study confirms that people and animals dying of prion disease are contaminating the environment around them with a deadly and unstoppable protein found in their bodily fluids. Claudio Soto, PhD, professor of neurology and director of the George and Cynthia W. Mitchell Center for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Brain Related Illnesses at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, and his colleagues recently found prions in urine. The study has been published in the August 7 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
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