Chlorpyrifos—described by some as “the most dangerous pesticide you’ve never heard of”—is an insect-killing organophosphate. Organophosphates trace their roots back to Nazi-era IG Farben nerve gases; contemporary scientists still describe the compounds as “junior-strength nerve agents” that have a mechanism of action comparable to sarin. Dow Chemical—the company that helped bring the world mustard gas during World War I and napalm and Agent Orange during the Vietnam war—is the manufacturer of chlorpyrifos-containing insecticides.
This is a republished article to bring attention to the unprecedented amount of Glyphosate that’s now found in soil all across the world, most notably in North America. It’s also being republished to bring awareness to heavy metal pollution, of which aluminum is one of many that now abundantly present in our environment, for the first time…Read more & videos