Saturday, January 23, 2010

Action Alert - Monitoring Toxic Chemicals with cancers and chronic illnesses - Congressional Bill

A more realistic Health Care Reform
effort with be battled out at:

The Center For Disease Control's
National Conversation on
Public Health and Chemical Exposure

I am re-writing a research piece
on "Multiple Combination's" that
applies to The Toxic Lotto, with
regard to chemical exposures, infectious
agents and genetic as well as epigenetic
That will be posted at Toxic Revelations

End of March 29, 2010 update - TR

U.S. Lags in Toxicity Data
Wednesday, May 3, 2000
Los Angeles Times, By SUNNY KAPLAN
is archived at


The nation's health experts are
unable to gauge the effect of many potentially toxic
chemicals on humans because the federal government
has failed to study such exposure and has "a long way
to go" before remedying the situation, according to a
report released Tuesday by the research arm of Congress.

The study by the General Accounting Office was
begun nearly two years ago at the request of
Democratic Reps. Henry A. Waxman and Maxine
Waters, both of Los Angeles, Nancy Pelosi of
San Francisco and other members of Congress.
Pelosi announced the findings Tuesday at a House
subcommittee hearing on children and environmental

A study reviewed more than 1,400 chemicals that pose
potential threats to human health and found that only 6% are
being tracked by HHS and the EPA. And only a small percentage
of the chemicals known or thought to be carcinogenic are being
tracked by the government, the study found.

End of excerpts:

Title of newspaper article;

U.S. Lags in Toxicity Data
Wednesday, May 3, 2000
Los Angeles Times, By SUNNY KAPLAN
is archived at

The link to the Congressional Report in
question at the above linked in newspaper
Testimony on Children's Health and the Environment by Richard J. Jackson, M.D., M.P.H.
Director, National Center for Environmental Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- posted at >

Congress has introduced critical legislation to
create a national program combining data from
disease registries, environmental pollution
reporting and biomonitoring programs,
which measures the presence of chemicals in
your body, to connect the dots between
environmental exposures and major health

Current events about this can be found at:

Coordinated Environmental Public Health Network Act of 2009
Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage,
public comments and user community for
You can track the bill (H.R.3426) which Representatives
support and wnich oppose it plus more at:

A database that lists illnesses with the toxic chemicals
that can cause them
is a work in progress because of
"incomplete data". For instance, it mostly addresses
illnesses by known chemical exposures that can cause
the symptoms of that given illness. But it ignores the
The Toxic Lotto, as well as other factors that I discuss at
"Toxic Revelations".

The database is now linked in with a
review and commentary at my alternate

Toxic Reverend Tribe profile:>

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March 4, 2010 reality check:

Hoxsey - How Healing Becomes A Crime
An alternative cancer cure
Video documentary concerns Hoxsey Cancer Cure that was the victim of arrests, or "quackdowns" spearheaded by the proponents of established medical practices.
A clinic in Tijuana, Mexico claims an 80% success rate, while opponents are naturally skeptical. What is apparent is that cancer continues to be one of humankind's more dreaded diseases, and that political and economic forces dominate research and development. Other search word: conspiracy
Free video posted (with others) at:


Please note that research and editing on the "Conspiracy Angle" of this is at

Regardless of how things can look like a "conspiracy" because of the pharmaceutical
companies controlling research and legislation withtheir lobbyists while also being owned by many of the same people that control the toxic chemical industries, there are a few obvious "glitches" in most "conspiracy theories".
In progress:
How the Culture Of Yes Men Corrupted Medicine and the absence of WHISTLEBLOWER protection

What patients at 'The Hutch' weren't told about the experiments in which they died.
A five-part series by the Seattle Times March 2001

Nine years ago, 2001; THE PROSPECTS FOR CHANGE

Continuing Coverage

End of March 4, 2010 Reality Check


In July 2009, Speaker Pelosi and Rep. Louise Slaughter, both long-time champions of health tracking, introduced the Coordinated Environmental Public Health Network Act in the U.S. House. In addition to advocating for the House legislation, we continue to work with Senate allies, including Sen. Orrin Hatch, to find ways to move the legislation in the Senate.

You Can Help
The House bill needs our support! If your Representative hasn’t already signed on as a co-sponsor, ask him or her to sign on now. Reps. Tammy Baldwin (Wisc.), Lois Capps (Calif.), Bill Delahunt (Mass.), Rosa DeLauro (Conn.), Bob Filner (Calif.), Gene Green (Texas), Raul Grijalva (Ariz.), Phil Hare (Ill.), Dennis Kucinich (Ohio), Edward Markey (Mass.), Betty McCollum (Minn.), Jan Schakowsky (Ill.) and José Serrano (N.Y.) are already co-sponsors.

An action alert to e-mail your Congressperson was posted at:

As stated, the bill includes "biomonitoring" and they are well aware of The Toxic Lotto
But I do not yet know if this will include screening for sub-clinical infectious agents that
can work synergistically with toxic chemical exposures. As I have explained at
The Toxic Lotto of which applies to numerous chronic illnesses, including mental illness.
Two peer reviewed medical journal about biomonitoring and the low dose cumulative effects
of toxic chemicals. One explains the association with various illness (D) (such as heart
attacks) and the other gives technical data (C) about the use of them. Of which could
explain variances in heart rhythm disturbances, from the use of a taser.

Environmental Connections: Toxic Victims or Mentally Ill ? (view more of this blog)

Edited excerpts from the above Myspace Toxic Reverend blog:

A peer reviewed medical journal has published an article indicating that
the majority of cases of "mental illness" are actually due to toxic chemical
exposures (B). But the article did not give any biomarkers for such evaluations,
with regard to "mental illness" and or "depression".
How ever;
Prozac, Paxil and Zoloft all effect the neurosteroids governing moods,
the biomarkers of interest should be the same ones that naturally control

the production of neurosteroids (A) ?


Current events about this can be found at:

Coordinated Environmental Public Health Network Act of 2009
Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage,
public comments and user community for
HR3426 Coordinated Environmental Public Health Network Act

You can track the bill (H.R.3426) which Representatives support and
oppose it and more at:


Over the past decade, it has become clear that the brain synthesizes
steroid hormones by using some of the same steroidogenic enzymes
found in adrenals and gonads (reviewed in refs.
1 and 2). These
compounds were given the name neurosteroids (
3), and some of
their functions have been elucidated (

Therefore: The cumulative effects of toxic chemical exposure from a
type of toxic chemicals known as "Endocrine Disrupters", must have
an influence on the neurosteroids (A) that SSRI medications influence.


"Just as toxic chemicals can multiply in toxicity when mixed
(and impair the immune system, as can radiation exposure),
so can infectious agents multiply in their pathogenic potential,
when combined" -

Chronic Bacterial and Viral Infections in
Neurodegenerative and Neurobehavioral Diseases
by Prof. Garth Nicolson, Laboratory Medicine, 2008; 39(5):291-299.
Please not the video by Garth Nicolson Ph.D. that is posted at this profile
in the video section of

Please note that there are peer reviewed medical
journals for the treatment of such infectious
agents that include nutritional supplements
with antibiotic therapies.

They are posted at
The Institute Of Molecular Medicine
Treatment Considerations

The Borrelia (Brucellosis)
infection is listed as a type of non-lethal biological weapon that is also known
as an "Incapacitating Agent".

In reference, see;
Bioterrorism and Biological Warfare Agents

Borrelia Infection is the root cause of at least 70% of Alzheimer's disease

Dr. Alan Macdonald is a staff pathologist at a regional hospital on LongIsland,
His pioneering research shows promising connections between Lyme disease
and neurodegenerativedisease, bacterial biofilms, and

Video of Alzheimer's due to an Infection
Click here to view Video

Dr. MacDonald's website:

Quote from the Pathologist, Alan Macdonald MD:>

Borrelia Infection is the root cause of at least 70% of Alzheimer's disease,
based on the detection of positive In Situ DNA Hybridization results in the
cytoplasic GVB sites of Hippocampal neurons ( with no positive signals
detected in the Nucleus) for Flagellin B DNA sequences of Borrelia burgdorferi.

End of quote from Alan Macdonald MD posted at{47285CD0-A2E3-439C-9584-7BF10E47939D}


Movie titled;

Under Our Skin
Directed by Andy Abrahams Wilson

A movie about Lymes Disease that shows a
lot of the in's and out's of non-lethal biological
weapons (aka Incapacitating Agents), except
name them, as the WMD's that they are.
the corruption of the medical research and health care
industry. Methods of and general operating procedures.


The "Threshold Point" or the "Fight or Flight Response" can be
altered by diet and nutritional supplements *as well as toxic
chemical exposures.

This corresponds with "Homicide - Suicide". And if
only the behavioral conditioning responses are dealt
with (from violence in movies,
PTSD symptoms, and or
other factors) that predispose the responses, a reduction
in homicide may very well result in an increase in

To re-state this. Reducing the violence in movies to
reduce the "predisposition to violence" may very well
result in a reduction of murder. With a corresponding
increase in suicide if the "thresh hold point" at which an
individual enters into becoming suicidal - homicidal are
not addressed and or corrected.

End of excerpts from :

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Suicide - Homicide and the Biochemistry of Crime

Independent research:
Suicide - Homicide as it corresponds to
the Fight or Flight Response.

In general, the following is theory and research from
my own observations and experiences.
Posted at


It seems that I have some serious editing to do. I
have been considering the fact that John Du Pont
(now deceased) was diagnosed as "insane". He

was heir to the Du Pont chemical empire.
Since it has been shown that most mental illnesses are due
to toxic chemical exposures, could Du Pont have been
the victim of "The Toxic Lotto", himself ?

It has become very apparent to me that I owe John Alexander an apology.
He has made some very good points about "conspiracy theories". And I now
understand that there are more than a few problems with the majority of such
theories. A specific examples is Casey Johnson, the now deceased heir to
the Johnson & Johnson fortune and daughter of New York Jets owner
Robert Wood “Woody” Johnson, as being a "probable victims" of The Toxic Lotto

As well as President Reagan's Alzheimer's disease. From which my Uncle
(a retired Spook) is also now suffering from.

Work in progress with "conspiracy theories:>

Realities and tacit conspiracies of today's health care and political system

Toxic Revelations - The Toxic Lotto
Censored Military, Health Care And Non-Lethal
Biological Weapons Information (Incapacitating Agents)‎ > ‎


Tom Krohmer aka The Toxic Reverend
Environmental Technologist
No known relationship to Jon Krohnmer MD
the chief medical officer of Homeland Security
and the
Bioterrorism Preparedness Research Program

A database lists chronic illnesses with the toxic
chemicals that can cause them, is now linked in
with a review and comments at :>

Source of reference for 1, 2, 3, 4 :>

A: Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors directly alter activity of neurosteroidogenic enzymes
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
November 9, 1999 vol. 96 no. 23 13512-13517

B: Environmental Connections: A Deeper Look into Mental Illness

Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 115, Number 8, August 2007

C: Environmental Health Perspectives Supplements Volume 106, Number S1, February 1998


The Use of Biochemical and Molecular Parameters to Estimate Dose-Response Relationships at
Low Levels of Exposure

D: Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 114, Number 12, December 2006
Signs of the Times: Biomarkers in Perspective

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From: Prof. Garth Nicolson
Date: Jun 5, 2006
Subject: Re: Mycoplasma: effects on cancer / suicide
To: Toxic Reverend

You might be interested in the paper that I presented (invited presentation) at
the American Academy of Environmental Medicine 2005 Annual Meeting.

American Academy of Environmental Medicine 2005 Annual Meeting

Association of Mycoplasmal Infections with Malignant Progression, Relapse
and Stage in Breast Cancer Patients

Prof. Garth L. Nicolson
The Institute for Molecular Medicine,

16371 Gothard Street H, Huntington
Beach, California
Web address:

Intracellular bacterial infections have historically been proposed as a cause of
cancer [1,2]. Although bacterial involvement in malignant transformation and
its reversal with antibiotic treatment have been demonstrated in animal
models [3], there are few examples of direct involvement of bacteria in
clinical transformation of malignant cells [4]. It seems more likely that the
release of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) and other genotoxic molecules by
intracellular bacteria play a role in progression to malignancy rather than the
inception of cancer or transformation [5]. Reports in the literature indicate
that over one-half of ovarian cancer patients have mycoplasmal infections in
their tumors [6], and the incidence of infection in ovarian cancer was related
to stage and survival [7]. Some results have been questioned on the basis of
contamination in tissue culture [8], but most studies did not use culture
procedures. Therefore, we examined breast cancer patients to determine if
there was a relationship between systemic mycoplasmal infections and
progression of their breast cancers. Examination of breast cancer patients
showed mycoplasmal infections inside blood leukocytes (~50%+) not blood
plasma or serum. The most common species found were M. fermentans, M.
pneumoniae and M. genitalium. In contrast, in healthy adults the incidence of
these species was low [9]. We found an association between stage,
progression (measured by relapse after surgery) and presence of
mycoplasmal infection(s) (P<0.001)>

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