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| Aluminium |
|Interest of||• Fraser Bruce|
• Chris Exley
|Lightweight, reactive, toxic metal.|
Aluminium (US: aluminum) is a metallic element.
Despite its widespread occurrence in the Earth's crust, aluminium has no known function in biology. According to Wikipedia, though no living organism is known to use aluminium salts for metabolism, but aluminium is well tolerated by plants and animals, the potential for a biological role for them is of interest, and studies continue into as to why.
|Aluminum is everywhere. From airplanes to cooking pans, this versatile, light-weight metal has been around for generations. And its many benefits have made life easier and more convenient for millions of people. But a new documentary portrays what the filmmaker describes as the "dark side" of aluminum. VOA's Julie Taboh attended the movie's world premiere at a Washington film festival and has this report - Voice of America.|
High levels of aluminium occur near mining sites. Aluminium in the air is washed out by the rain or normally settles down but small particles of aluminium remain in the air for a longer periode of time.
|Autism||“Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) rates around the world are skyrocketing for unknown reasons. Parents have fingered vaccines but studies have failed to confirm a link. Concurrently, aluminum, from vaccine adjuvants, has been found actively transported to the brains of animals inciting inflammation. Fluoride has been implicated in children’s brain dysfunction, and, fluoride has been shown to potentiate aluminum toxicity. No vaccine study to date has controlled for a practice widespread around the world – water fluoridation. Autism is more prevalent in United States cities that fluoridate their water supplies, and less prevalent in rural non-fluoridated areas even with high vaccination rates.”||Robert Jay Rowen||February 2017|
|Chris Exley||“We have confirmed previous conclusions that the aluminium content of brain tissue in Alzheimer’s disease, autism spectrum disorder and multiple sclerosis is significantly elevated.”||Chris Exley|
|Document:Meeting Note Moscow Stock Exchange Forum||seminar description||12 June 2017||Integrity Initiative||II, probably Victor Madeira or Perry Fawcett, attended a Russian business forum in London|