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Symptoms and diseases associated with heavy metal exposure:

Anemia, allergies, autoimmune diseases, multiple sclerosis,  high blood pressure, hair loss, respiratory diseases, joint pain, skin diseases such as depigmentation, hyperkeratosis, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, nail changes, arteriosclerosis, cardiac arrhythmias, immune deficits and susceptibility to infections, osteoporosis, liver diseases, neurological Symptoms such as paraesthesia (deafness), ataxia (unsteady gait), speech disorders, hearing and vision disorders, paralysis, gastrointestinal complaints, kidney damage, mental abnormalities (mood swings, nervousness, depression, anxiety, behavioral abnormalities, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, dementia), psychomotor deficits ( Poor reading and writing), hyperactivity, headaches, migraines, Parkinson's disease, fibromyalgia, infertility (not only in polar bears).


The Japanese are now refusing to buy whale meat because it is contaminated with heavy metals.

Don't we notice anything? The cause of masses of washed-up whales, most of which die, is probably easy to determine. Noise from ships and derricks certainly affects the marine mammals' sense of direction, as is always claimed, but is that really the main reason? Isn't a heavy metal-related dementia, which could lead to disorientation of the whales, much more likely? This seems obvious to me when animals being dragged back out to sea have nothing better to do than head straight back down the old fateful course onto land. Even short-term memory appears to be severely impaired. Because whales are not stupid by nature. Why has none of our scientists investigated this question yet?

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