the disappearing male

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    The disappearing male
    Studies show rise in birth defects, infertility among men
    Sonja Puzic, Windsor Star
    Published: Thursday, November 06, 2008
    Are males becoming an endangered species?

    That's the question scientists and researchers have been pondering since alarming trends in male fertility rates, birth defects and disorders began emerging around the world.

    More and more boys are being born with genital defects and are suffering from learning disabilities, autism and Tourette's syndrome, among other disorders.

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    oh snap! so THATS what happened to Andrew!
     
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    Just evolution.

    the balance is being struck here. there are too many people on the planet and the ecosystem is just balancing out. Since one male can impregnate many females and men are fertile and able to reproduce much longer than women, there is a biologic need for less males than females.
     
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    vaccinations and fluoride
     
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    huh....?
     
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    WE live in a environment with something like hundreds of thousands of chemicals floating around us.

    We haven't a CLUE what the interaction of those chemicals is really doing to us or the environment.

    The latest question we're facing is plastic as food containers.


    When you consider that we are exposed to tenso of thousands of chemicals that have never been tested for safety, and then consider that the interactions of those ten of thousands of chemicals have never been tested for safetely either, you really might start questioning whether these chemicals are really...

    bringing good things to life?
     
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    people seem more than willing to continue to buy containmentated products from china....i wont feed my dogs food from china...i am not feeding my family that crap either....yes the plastics are being found to be worse and worse for people...

    we have a lot of ground/water pollution from christimas tree growers..the trees are sprayed with a number of chemicals...that runs off in the ground water...we do not have a well due to this...this county has an amazing amount of "rare" childhood cancers.
     
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    we have high levels of arsenic from old farming methods of fertilization decades ago in our well water...remediation is very costly....
     
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    Why does this affect males and not females?
     
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    i think it has to do with sperm being more delicate and all...responding faster to chemical changes...after all ...all fetus start out female...and then are mutated into males by a chemical wash...(not hating on men just stating a fact)

    now all of this oddly enough has shades of a "handmaidens tale" by atwood...i dont even recommend the book or the movie...but it does deal with chemical changes...and the infertiliaty of men. of course on the up side..women no longer need men to have a child...sweet....i mean really guys if you think about it...yalls day are numbered.

    as skull said ...the world is overpopulated and the destruction of the male will help with that.

    i still do not believe any hard core evidence has been presented to prove that vaccinations are harmful.
     

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