“Asbestos of the Sky” – The Aviation Industry’s Darkest Coverup — Collective Evolution – April 7, 2019

The aviation industry hangs its hat on air travel being “the safest way to travel.” The truth, however, is that it has harbored a dark secret since its inception: it’s poisoning its passengers and crew due to deeply flawed aircraft design, de-prioritizing safety in favor of profit.

In flight, every crew member and passenger relies on an air supply. The assumption, of course, is that this air is filtered if not fresh. Perhaps you have sensed (and promptly dismissed) that there may be quality control issues around cabin air. The problem goes further than that, however, and astoundingly, this is not by accident but by design.

What’s more concerning is the fact that the industry has known about this completely preventable health hazard for at least 40 years, but no attempts have been made to filter this cocktail of hundreds of chemicals (including organophosphates in the same category as toxic nerve agents like Sarin) out of the cabin air before travelers are forced to breath them in. Nor has the root cause of the problem — unsafe aircraft design and the deprioritization of human safety — been effectively addressed.

Read more & videos: “TEASER: Unfiltered Breathed In – The Truth about Aerotoxic Syndrome” (7:34) and “Toxic Flyer” (15:20) via “Asbestos of the Sky” – The Aviation Industry’s Darkest Coverup — Collective Evolution

Eat Organic to Limit Toxic Pesticide Exposure – April 22, 2017

Although they are extremely toxic, organophosphate pesticides remain some of the most commonly used insecticides today. A variety of fruits and vegetables are regularly treated with organophosphates, including green beans, apples, grapes, and peaches. The Dangers of Organophosphate Pesticides This highly toxic type of pesticide has been linked to numerous health problems, including reduced testosterone,…

via Eat Organic to Limit Toxic Pesticide Exposure — The Sleuth Journal