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    "These pills only protect you against radioactive iodine, and we have seen only a little in the way of radioactive iodine being released [in Japan]," Williams said. "Given the fact that it has a very short half-life, it's close to zero that any radioactive iodine of any quantity that would do any harm would end up on U.S. shores."

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    Too Much Iodine

    There are many dangers associated with taking iodine supplements, especially without consulting a physician first to determine what your specific condition is. The Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (Mayo Clinic) explains that the problem with a thyroid conditions might not be a lack of iodine in your diet, but a lack of ability for your thyroid to absorb the iodine you are eating.

    Taking more iodine supplements would not solve this problem, but it could overload your body with iodine and cause serious iodine poisoning of seizures, vomiting, delirium and other short-term problems. Just like having too little iodine can cause problems, too much iodine can also cause goiters and in extreme cases, permanent damage to your intestines and brain.
    Brewdude, I don't like getting into it with you, but the Mayo Clinic also says that taking more than 2000 milligrams of vitamin C a day can be toxic to the system.
    I guess I should be in the hospital since I've been taking 10,000 milligrams of vitamin C a day for years to combat oxidative stress caused by an intense workout regimine. Show me the statistics of deaths and illnesses caused by vitamin C overdoses and maybe I think twice about the Mayo Clonic info.
    FYI by the Rockefellers.

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    Well, archy, you have been pissing approximately 95% of that vitamin C out every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Cosby's nephew View Post
    Alright, next time I order some Pacific tuna at my local sushi joint I'll be sure to request a side of iodine tablets.
    Also, I was unaware of the technology that alllows us to determine the source of radioactivity from thousands of miles away
    The cesium isotope that was found in blue fin off the coast of California is a by product of nuclear fission and not a naturally occurring one. That's how they knew the fish had been exposed to run off from Fukushima.

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    it's a lot worse than THEY are willing to tell us. If it is, how would the nuclear industry create jobs?
    http://rt.com/op-edge/japan-fukushim...vironment-229/
    for those of you that don't unnerstan big werds.
    Last edited by chicharronne; Aug 9, 2013 at 08:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Cosby's nephew View Post
    Well, archy, you have been pissing approximately 95% of that vitamin C out every day
    wrong, I put 1.5 teaspoons (10,000 mgs) of vitamin C powder in a half gallon jug of water and drink it throughout the day. I don't take it in one shot.

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    achy and brew at it again... i love this keep it going yall and you know what brew..archy pmed me and said your a rockafeller kook drunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    Brewdude, I don't like getting into it with you, but the Mayo Clinic also says that taking more than 2000 milligrams of vitamin C a day can be toxic to the system.
    I guess I should be in the hospital since I've been taking 10,000 milligrams of vitamin C a day for years to combat oxidative stress caused by an intense workout regimine. Show me the statistics of deaths and illnesses caused by vitamin C overdoses and maybe I think twice about the Mayo Clonic info.
    FYI by the Rockefellers.
    So I assume if something hasn't hurt your body, it is ok for everyone? Well shucks, lets just stop clinical trials and research on everything. We can just use archy. Silly medical researchers have been wasting money and time all these years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    So I assume if something hasn't hurt your body, it is ok for everyone? Well shucks, lets just stop clinical trials and research on everything. We can just use archy. Silly medical researchers have been wasting money and time all these years.
    The medical researchers and their clinical trials and results at the Mayo Clinic are funded by the Rockefellers.

    “Some even believe we (the Rockefeller family) are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
    David Rockefeller, Memiors pg. 405

    If you believe the fruits of this man's contributions, you are a FOOL!

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    I like Mr. Brewengineer.....

    I like Archy........

    I like when they debate things.

    Hey, you got Archy in my Brewegineer........
    Well, you got Brewengineer in my Archy......

    I know we all got different tastes, but why does this manner of discourse upset people? Compared to the other stuff? Just don't pop this thread if you ain't into. Seems pretty simple to me, but what do I know? Jeez, people may even learn something on here - besides the other wonders of the universe discussed on here. Man, I just saw a doozy a few minutes ago.......

    Hey, would Californians even be affected by radiation? Would they even notice? (Disclaimer: I'm just joking. Any offensive language directed towards California residents was purely coincidental/unintentional, and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the network or it's afilliates.)