The analogy that the article puts forth about a murderer on the loose is extremely chilling, but true. Harmful substances are all around us as we type this blog post - they even come from the very computers we are using. It frightens me that the EPA didn't make any serious attempt to study these compounds in the air until the 1980s. Trillions of compounds have slipped under the radar in the mean time and right into our homes. The most shocking thing to me was that these compounds are in our showers! Even the place that we go to get clean isn't safe!
I couldn't agree more Corinne! Now knowing that these compounds are slipping into our homes is frightening! Something needs to be done about this
After reading this article, I am left speechless. It's so frightening knowing that these unsuspected killers are seeping into our house without our knowledge. Our daily exposure to these toxic chemicals is terrifying, and the U.S. government definitely needs to pass legislation in order to protect before these chemicals become life threatening.
And now, for the first time in history, billions of our tax dollars are being used to force wireless transmitters on our homes (aka smart meters) that emit a class 2b carcinogen..