“Infertility TimeBomb”

Human reproduction is being altered.  This has been the goal of many who think the world is overpopulated.  Dr. Don Huber’s Vimeo and discussion of this time bomb in crops,  livestock and human consumption is presented.  It is not about overpopulation, it is about selectivity of the few.     There is plenty of room on this planet for all.   Selectivity teaches us nothing about humans , for  one does not learn the true meaning of life by extinguishing the right to reproduce.   The very food that nourishes becomes an impediment to life.

Dr. Don Huber explains the science behind a new organism. David Murphy of Food Democracy Now interviews Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology, Purdue University on discovery of new organism and crop disease, livestock infertility and threats to U.S. food and agriculture.

Activists speak out:

Known by some as the ‘infertility timebomb’, men are increasingly becoming infertile at an astounding rate that worries many scientists. We can’t control the trajectory of asteroids, but we can control what we put into our bodies.

Scientific reports have been revealing that men are rapidly on the path to infertility at an alarming pace. One in five men between the ‘healthy’ ages of 18 and 25 were reported to produce abnormal sperm counts, with only 5 to 15% of their sperm healthy enough to be classified as ‘normal’ by the World Health Organization. What’s more, a male infertility problem is considered important by a shocking 40% of couples.

Professor Niels Skakkebaek from the University of Copenhagen has been speaking out about the fertility issue, stating that it is as important as the severe environmental concerns that currently face the planet. Another scientist stated that if scientists from another planet were to study the male reproductive system, they would actually conclude that ‘man was destined for rapid extinction’.






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4 Comments for ““Infertility TimeBomb””

    • Kathryn A. Augustyn

      This tells us a lot about the EPA’s stance. It is possible that their monies are going to “geoengineering”, rather than protection”.

      ” In its history, the E.P.A. has mandated safety testing for only a small percentage of the 85,000 industrial chemicals available for use today. And once chemicals are in use, the burden on the E.P.A. is so high that it has succeeded in banning or restricting only five substances, and often only in specific applications: polychlorinated biphenyls, dioxin, hexavalent chromium, asbestos and chlorofluorocarbons.

      Part of the growing pressure to update federal rules on chemical safety comes from advances in the science of biomonitoring, which tells us more about the chemicals to which we are exposed daily, like the bisphenol A (BPA) in can linings and hard plastics, the flame retardants in couches, the stain-resistant coatings on textiles and the nonylphenols in detergents, shampoos and paints. Hazardous chemicals have become so ubiquitous that scientists now talk about babies being born pre-polluted, sometimes with hundreds of synthetic chemicals showing up in their blood. ”


    • Kathryn A. Augustyn

      Thank you for the link. We often forget about BPA and that this form of plastic does not degrade in the body and can accumulate.


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