Dental fluorosis - could be Sarin! 
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 Dental fluorosis - could be Sarin!

Oh, my mistake. You said mental fluorosis ....
that is imagining that you've had too much fluoride! Now that IS dangerous!


What does that have to do with,
"Acute exposure to Sarin, a drop, about the size of a grain of sand, causes
spasms (tetany)?"

Jeez, are you tryting to scare people or somethin'?


Topic: Fluoride in the Water??
Mental Fluorosis: Brain Damage from Fluorides
George Glasser

Mental Fluorosis: Brain Damage from Fluorides
Courtesy of Sarasota ECO Report
Guy Alland, Publisher
P.O. Box 35500
Sarasota, FL 34242
(941) 9251946
Mental Fluorosis: Brain Damage from Exposure to Fluorides
(environmental retardation)
George Glasser
"Those who are for and against fluoridation have little common ground other
than issues they disagree on. They cannot dialogue objectively because they
have different realities. They see things differently, and have different
criteria in determining validity. Our lives are enriched by artists for whom
"beauty is in the eye of the beholder." But our lives are often endangered
when scientific truth is in the eye of the beholder." (Dr. Schatz,
discoverer of streptomycin)
Only now are the insidious facts about Sarin (nerve gas) surfacing as more
comes out about the "Gulf War Syndrome" and the Tokyo subway incident. It
appears that with both incidents, the people exposed to Sarin are suffering
with variety of chronic adverse health and lingering neurotoxic effects such
as memory loss.
, Sarin is the most potent neurotoxic substance known. Sarin is also a
fluorinated organophosphate similar to, but more toxic to humans than the
insecticide, Parathion. Sarin is the prime example of toxicokinetics of the
fluoride ion, when the fluoride ion is combined with relatively benign
substances, it often creates a powerful toxicant (toxic synergism). With
Sarin, the fluoride ion is like an arming mechanism for the relatively
benign organophosphate which transforms it into a compound with one

Acute exposure to Sarin, a drop, about the size of a grain of sand, causes
spasms (tetany), heart palpitations (cardiac arrhythmia), many other
neurological disorders, and possibly, collapse of the nervous system and
death. Production of acetylcholine, the most important chemical for nervous
system function is disrupted. Acetylcholine is responsible for carrying all
neuro-transmissions in the brain and throughout the nervous system of the
Many animal studies of fluorinated organophosphates also suggest a delayed
neurotoxic reaction similar to those experiences by those people exposed to
With water fluoridation, the public is exposed to a variety of fluorides,
and aside from the fluoride ion, some of those fluorides are neurotoxic.
Many scientists discount the fluoride ion as being neurotoxic; however, the
weight of scientific evidence strongly indicates that the fluoride ion is,
if nothing else, the perpetrator. This is evidenced by the variety of highly
effective fluorinated {*filter*} that are used to treat mental disorders, and the
fluoride ion's role in the devastating effectiveness of Sarin as a chemical
nerve agent.,
Many psychoactive {*filter*} are fluorinated. Two of the most noted are Rohypnol
(the infamous date-rape drug, "Roofies") and Prozac. Rohypnol is fluorinated
Valium, which is about 20-30 times more potent than Valium alone.
Essentially, these {*filter*} effect enzyme functions in certain areas of the
brain to achieve the desired effect. The primary ingredients of most
psychoactive {*filter*} suppress enzyme production, and the fluoride ion is also
an enzyme inhibitor. The one particular side effect common to almost all
fluorinated {*filter*} which is mentioned in the Physician's Desk Reference is
memory loss. These {*filter*} include Fenfluramine (a fluorinated weight loss
drug), fluorinated corticosteroids, and fluorinated psychoactive {*filter*}.
Memory loss and learning disorders are associated with the hippocampal area
of the brain.
On page 125 of the Toxicological Profile for Fluorides it is stated:
"Neurotoxicity: Because fluoride interacts with calcium ions needed for
effective neurotransmission, fluoride can affect the nervous system." This
statement is reinforced by recent studies performed by Dr. Robert Isaacson
and Dr. Phyllis Mullenix which were concluded shortly after the publication
of the profile.,,,,,
Since 1992 there have been three studies confirming that fluorides affect
brain functions. Dr. Robert Isaacson, Binghamton University, New York
conducted two studies using low levels of aluminum fluoride and sodium
fluoride. The levels were similar to the amounts people are exposed to on a
daily basis from fluoridated toothpastes and drinking water. Results showed
that both types of fluorides were neurotoxic. The most recent study,
Neurotoxicity of Sodium Fluoride in Rats, Mullenix, et al, published in
Neurotoxicology and Teratology 1995, was done using larger doses of sodium
fluoride and corroborated the results of both Isaacson studies (1992 &
1994). All the studies demonstrated that the hippocampal region (learning
center) of the brain was the most susceptible to the effects of fluorides.

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