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Heavy Metal Lead Poisoning; Lead Found In Drinking Water In 18 Cities Higher Than Levels Found In Flint MI, 8,000 Toxic Waste Sites Ignored by EPA; Massive Lead Contamination/Poisoning Is Global Problem


TOXIC HEAVY METAL LEAD HAS BEEN AROUND A LONG, LONG TIME, POISONING PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD


"Significant production of lead began about 3000 BC, and large mines in Spain and Greece contributed to the global atmospheric redistribution of lead. The Roman Empire was the first society to use lead widely; in fact, the word plumbing is derived from plumbum, Latin for lead, which also gave rise to the chemical symbol for lead, Pb. Lead is slightly sweet to taste, making it a good additive for fine Roman wine that was then shipped all over Europe. Even in those times, there were reports that lead caused severe colic, anemia, and gout. Some historians believe that lead poisoning hastened the fall of the Roman Empire."
http://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/History+of+Lead+Use

ROMAN EMPIRE'S FALL IS LINKED WITH GOUT AND LEAD POISONING
http://www.nytimes.com/1983/03/17/us/roman-empire-s-fall-is-linked-with-gout-and-lead-poisoning.html

Lead Poisoning in Rome - The Skeletal Evidence
http://www.poweredbyosteons.org/2012/01/lead-poisoning-in-rome-skeletal.html

Those civilizations that do not learn from history often repeat it. 

TOXIC HEAVY METAL LEAD HAS BEEN FOUND IN ALMOST 2,000 DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS ACROSS ALL 50 STATES: HUGE PROBLEM, THAT NO ONE SEEMS TO WANT TO SOLVE



USA TODAY: "lead levels found in almost 2,000 water systems across all 50 states"

THE CDC SAYS AT LEAST 4 MILLION US HOUSEHOLDS HAVE KIDS THAT ARE EXPOSED TO HIGH LEVELS OF LEAD, WHICH MAY RESULT IN HEAVY METAL LEAD POISONING



Today at least 4 million households have children living in them that are being exposed to high levels of lead. There are approximately half a million U.S. children ages 1-5 with blood lead levels above 5 micrograms per deciliter (µg/dL), the reference level at which CDC recommends public health actions be initiated.

No safe blood lead level in children has been identified. Lead exposure can affect nearly every system in the body. Because lead exposure often occurs with no obvious symptoms, it frequently goes unrecognized. CDC’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is committed to the Healthy People 2020 goals of eliminating blood lead levels ≥ 10 µg/dL and differences in average risk based on race and social class as public health concerns. The program is part of the National Center for Environmental Health's Division of Emergency and Environmental Health Services.
http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS; Tips for preventing lead poisoning


Overview of CDC’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program


DATA, STATISTICS, AND SURVEILLANCE;  Data and statistics highlights


STATE PROGRAMS; Lead poisoning prevention programs


PARTNERS; Federal agencies and state and local lead programs


PREVENTING CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING; At-risk populations and sources of lead


POLICY RESOURCES; Data sharing, lead laws, and lead-safe policies and tools


PUBLICATIONS; Scientific articles

HEAVY METAL LEAD POISONING IS A HUGE PROBLEM ALL AROUND THE WORLD


How Lead Poisoning Is Devastating Countries Around the World



RADIOACTIVE LEAD POISONING FROM LEAD 210, END PRODUCT OF NUCLEAR INDUSTRY, URANIUM MINES, MORE, IS MAKING POISONING FROM HEAVY METAL EVEN WORSE, BY ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE

What the CDC, EPA, NRC, FDA and emergency response agencies never mention or refer to is how every man made radioactive heavy metal is also poison. These radioactive poisons more often than not end up as radioactive lead, which is also a deadly poison. But you will NEVER hear this from any doctor, government agency or nuclear expert that is promoting nuclear power. Why not? Because they are hiding the deadly, toxic and radioactive poisons under a mantle of faux safety.

How long will it take for half of Bismuth-214 to decay to lead? (Refer to the Uranium-238 decay chain series.) 5 min 13 min 20 min 27 min

Radioactive Lead 207, 206, 208, 210 From Fukushima, Found In Soil In Japan, Used As Medical Treatment, Lead Poisoning Symptoms, Lead Toxicity, Lead In Drinking Water, Air And Food
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2015/10/radioactive-lead-210-from-fukushima.html

Do your own research. What does radon end up decaying into? How deadly is lead? How deadly is lead that is also radioactive? DOH! 

Individual Radioactive Elements/Isotopes, USA Radiation, Radiation Exposure Prevention, Reversal, Chelation
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/individual-radioactive-elementsisotopes.html

If you are one of the few people that even bothers to read, learn and utilize this information, don't try to talk to anyone else about it, because they will laugh at you, curse you or make fun of you. If you don't believe, try it. Try telling them about how deadly radioactive heavy metal poisons are and that they come out of all nuclear facilities. Most people will walk away, or deny the truth of it. 

DANGERS OF CUMULATIVE DOSES OF HEAVY METAL POISONOUS RADIATION


Is there more proof than what Dr. Helen Caldicott MD says? The answer is yes.. Bottom line, there is no 'safe' dose of radiation. All radiation is cumulative and causes damage. Even a 'diluted' dose of radiation in the form of ONE HOT PARTICLE has some risk and will cause some deaths, especially so in the most vulnerable populations, such as the young and fragile elderly.

Quotes From Famous People About Nuclear Energy And Low Dose Radiation Dangers
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/07/quotes-from-famous-people-about-nuclear.html

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http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/01/infant-mortality-up-to-40-higher-than.html

43% of Fukushima Children Have Thyroid Problems, Could Be Much Worse Than That
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/09/43-of-fukushima-children-have-thyroid.html

Diabetes Caused By Low Level Radiation - 6 In 10 Fukushima Children With Diabetes
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/09/diabetes-caused-by-low-level-radiation.html

28% Rise In Thyroid Problems On West Coast Since Fukushima, According To New England Journal Of Pediatrics
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/01/28-rise-in-thyroid-problems-on-west.html

Birth Defect Rate Up 800% In Washington State, Officials Stumped - Not Considering Fukushima
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/12/birth-defect-rate-up-800-in-washington.html

Fukushima Caused An 50,000 Additional USA Newborn Deaths 3/11 to 12/11; via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/12/fukushima-caused-50000-additional-usa.html

Why Dilution Is NOT The Solution With Radioactive Man Made Heavy Metal Poisons - Dangers of Nuclear Power Documentary Film
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/02/why-dilution-is-not-solution-with.html


LEAD EXPOSURE FROM SHOOTING RANGES


https://youtu.be/mKs8vir4_6k

A look at lead exposure from shooting ranges and some steps that can be taken to reduce exposure and help you to reduce your risk of lead exposure.

8000 TOXIC WASTE SITES TOTALLY IGNORED BY EPA AND PEOPLE GO THERE EVERY DAY, JUST AS PART OF NORMAL LIFE


8,000 Toxic Waste Sites Ignored by EPA; Massive Lead Contamination at Shooting Ranges 
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor 

Firing ranges expose the environment and the ecosystem to lead pollution caused by the presence of lead in ammunition projectiles. This makes lead pollution a major concern for the public. 

When these bullets are fired, they emit lead particles that are then inhaled, absorbed into the skin or disposed of in community landfill facilities. Currently, very few cities are taking action to reduce the health threat and environmental burden of lead bullets.

Similar to mercury, lead is both a heavy metal and a potent neurotoxin that builds up over time in bones and soft tissue. Lead particles, dust and gases are especially present at shooting ranges because of the lead components contained in most bullets. 

Unless the ammunition is specifically manufactured to be lead-free, it is always made with lead. Such bullets contain lead, zinc, copper and antimony; the primer is made up of lead antimony, lead styphnate, zinc, copper, barium and tetazene. Lead styphnate and elemental lead dust are able to attach themselves readily to clothes, hair and skin, and can be passed to another person. 

Firearm-related activities represent one of the biggest and most preventable sources of lead poisoning in the environment. Airborne residue and gases discharged from lead projectiles are easily absorbed by the body once they enter the atmosphere. Simply inhaling at a local firing range can easily cause lead particles to be inhaled in to the lungs. 

Lead poisoning from firearms can be caused by the shaved lead particles that pass through the barrel, from dust and vaporized lead gases in the air surrounding the firing range, or from handling bullets or spent casings. (Simply touching lead bullets causes exposure to lead.) 

Firing ranges are technically toxic waste sites. "The grounds of some of the nation's 8,000 public and private recreational shooting ranges are contaminated with hundreds of tons of lead from bullets," said Rick Lowden, a metallurgist with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), a facility managed by the Department of Energy (DOE), in their Metals and Ceramics Division. 

Lowden is the chief developer of the ESPTM bullet. "The most contaminated ranges pose a threat to humans and wildlife. Ducks and geese have been found poisoned in lakes polluted by lead shot. Shooting ranges could be declared hazardous waste sites by the Environmental Protection Agency when they are shut down, and it will cost millions of dollars to clean them up. DOE recognizes the contamination problem that exists at its own shooting ranges, which are used by security personnel. So, it plans to switch from lead bullets to ESPTM bullets for training and security." 

According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation (www.nssf.org), categories of ranges include handgun outdoors, rifle outdoors, skeet shooting, sporting clays, trap shooting, and cowboy action shooting. 

The toxicity of lead exposureBoth the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) agree that lead harms virtually every system in the body -- physiologically and psychologically. Lead exposure has been recognized as a health hazard for over 2,000 years and can be of particular danger to small children and fetuses, as even the smallest amount can cause irreversible harm. 

While lead poisoning usually takes a good deal of time to work its way through the body and cause symptoms, exposure from firing ranges may cause symptoms to appear within a matter of days or weeks. In fact, according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), if the lead contained in a single bullet were totally dissolved in the water supply it could contaminate enough water to affect hundreds of thousands of people. Lead accumulates easily in the human body, since it is one of the few elements not eliminated by the kidneys, liver or skin. 

The symptoms that arise due to lead poisoning or lead exposure include a long list of ailments: damage to the central nervous system, insomnia, anemia, loss of memory, sudden behavioral changes, difficulty concentrating, headaches, abdominal pains, menstrual irregularity, fatigue, depression, muscle spasms, disorientation, convulsions, psychoses, brain deterioration, brain damage, decreased fertility, malaise, high blood pressure, red blood cell damage, impotence, premature ejaculation, sterility, stillbirth, sore or bleeding gums, loss of appetite, miscarriage, digestive problems, limb paralysis, joint pains, coordination problems, elevated blood pressure, irritability, insanity, confusion, kidney or liver damage, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and even death.



There is now mounting evidence that lead poisoning may cause violence, especially in children, according to a recent report on the effects of lead pollution conducted by EWG and the Violence Policy Center (VPC) entitled "Poisonous Pastime." A subsequent study conducted by Dr. Herbert L. Needleman, a psychiatrist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, concluded similar findings, stating: "Lead is a brain poison that interferes with the ability to restrain impulses." 

Many Americans don't realize that the U.S. alone has around 8,000 shooting ranges, all of which are contaminated with lead pollution -- including the area surrounding the shooting ranges. "Poisonous Pastime" highlights the dangers that come from prolonged contact with lead infested areas, which can poison not only those who visit shooting ranges but also their neighbors, including wildlife and surrounding water sources. The report concluded the total amount of lead released into the environment from shooting ranges represents one of the leading causes of lead pollution in the U.S. -- as much as millions of tons of lead. 

"There is no question that the toxic levels of lead at shooting ranges are endangering America's children and families," says VPC senior policy analyst and report author Tom Diaz. "No amount of lead exposure is known to be completely safe for a child. 'Poisonous Pastime' reveals for the first time that the gun industry -- through toxic and unregulated ranges -- is sacrificing the health of our children for profit." 

Firearm instructors, range employees and frequent shooters seem to be the group with the highest levels of lead poisoning. However, the families of those contaminated are also at risk, since lead dust is able to attach to anything that might have been exposed at the firing range -- clothes, shoes, bags, hair, etc. According to "Poisonous Pastime," a New Hampshire police captain warns, "If you take your clothing home, you actually contaminate the family clothing when you wash it together." 

Often, the group that becomes most contaminated by lead exposure are the construction workers that are hired to dismantle, repair or renovate indoor and outdoor shooting ranges. The report states that health officials in California have experienced "some serious lead poisoning cases among construction employees engaged in the demolition of a firing range, as well as among these employees' children." 

Treatment and prevention of lead poisoningAlthough there is no cure for lead poisoning, it is treatable and proper care can lengthen a person's life and make their suffering more bearable. First, the person must completely eliminate all sources of lead from their daily activities, including any handling of firearms containing lead ammunition and being on or near a firing range. 

With treatment and avoidance of any materials or environments containing lead, the symptoms eventually disappear. However, if the symptoms are not caught quickly enough the body may degenerate rapidly, causing irreparable damage. In such cases, the person may be left with chronic health problems, and/or death might be unavoidable. 

There are certain drugs that can be administered to an exposed person that allows the heavy metal to work its way out of the body through the digestive tract. What must be seriously considered is that these drugs will also eliminate from the body most other heavy metals such as zinc and copper. This can prove to be especially dangerous since these elements are needed by the body in trace amounts in order to function properly. 

According to Christopher P. Holstege, M.D., an associate professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Virginia, "The cellular, intracellular, and molecular mechanisms of lead neurotoxicity are numerous, as lead impacts many biological activities at different levels of control: at the voltage-gated channels and on the first, second, and third messenger systems. Lead impacts postnatal reorganization of brain through a number of recognized mechanisms: decreased oligodendrite density; myelin deposition; cortical synaptogenesis; induces precocious glial cell differentiation; blocks voltage-sensitive calcium channels; interferes with neurotransmitters; disorganized synaptic pruning; interferes with protein kinases." 

EPA loopholes allow firing ranges to continue poisoning the environment. If firing ranges were to implement even the most basic safety standards, such as regular removal of lead bullets and casings from the soil, the safe disposal of lead waste, and shooting over land instead of water, lead toxicity could be reduced. Firing ranges, however, remain curiously exempt from almost all major pollution control laws in the U.S. 

They also are not required to follow the EPA's new lead reporting requirements, or any measures of the Clean Water Act or the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. This is because the EPA does not interpret the act of firing bullets into the soil or water as "discarding" lead -- just one of a number of loopholes that allow firing ranges to operate despite unlimited lead contamination

Some of the best ways to prevent lead poisoning and exposing others to lead contamination include: 

• If you visit a firing range, wash your hair when you get home to remove lead particles. 

• Always wash your hands and face before eating. 

• Wear an air filtration mask while spending any time on the firing range. 

• Clear you sinuses by blowing your nose after using the firing range. Yoga practitioners often use a neti pot to wash the sinuses with salt water, but it's probably not likely that many people are both yoga practitioners and shooting range customers. 

• Change your clothes and shoes so you do not contaminate your home, your office or your car. Wash them separately from your family's clothing. 

• Have a regular medical checkup and request that you be checked for lead levels. 

• Switch to ammunition that contains lead-free primers -- this is widely available from most makers in many popular calibers. 

• Take up archery. 
Originally published December 6 2007
Reprinted with permission

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PUT A SHOOTING RANGE WITH ALL OF THAT TOXIC LEAD DUST, RIGHT NEXT TO AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL?


In the following video, we take a look at a shooting range that is located next to an elementary school. The video shows lead fragments being found around the school, and the sand lot being covered with a plastic sheet. 

Shooting lead bullets that can fly a couple of miles makes anything within several miles a potential SuperFund cleanup site. Why? Because just one lead bullet dissolved in drinking water can poison the water supply for hundreds of thousands of people. Where are all of those bullet fragments, richocets and wild shots going that have their source at outdoor gun ranges?


https://youtu.be/Q64KTo6I47Y

Redondo RBPD Pistol Range Lead Contamination Part1

LEAD IN DRINKING WATER IN 18 CITIES AND LINK TO FRACKING, TIE IN WITH HUGE CORPORATE PLUS GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION

18 cities have more lead in their water than Flint Michigan, which is a disaster zone
VIDEOhttps://youtu.be/Qr4cz8VYKfk 4 min.

Thousands of complaints about drinking water have been discovered coming from communities near fracking activity. This casts doubt that on the claims by the Environmental Protection Agency that fracking isn’t causing widespread damage to drinking water...

Read More At: https://www.rt.com/usa/331334-frackin...

WHY ARE DANGEROUS AMOUNTS OF LEAD ALLOWED IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC DRINKING WATER? WHY ISN'T ANYONE DOING ANYTHING, DESPITE IT BEING ILLEGAL ACCORDING TO EXISTING LAWS?


Erin Brockovich This is common signage in the Los Angeles Unified School District..... 2016.

Shameful... Disgusting... Wrong... Ridiculous... F'd Up

This notice is posted because of the high levels of lead found in the schools. This is not only wrong... it is illegal, unlawful... and should be criminal.

AB 1194, Block. Drinking Water. Made this an unlawful.

The Calderon-Sher Safe Drinking Water Act of 1996 required the State Department of Public Health (now Division of Drinking Water) to, among other things, adopt regulations relating to primary and secondary drinking water standards for contaminants in drinking water. The act authorizes the department to enter into primacy delegation agreements with local health officers for enforcement of these provisions. The act defined various terms, including human consumption, which means the use of water for drinking, bathing or showering, hand washing, or oral hygiene.

AB 1194 includes cooking, including, but not limited to, preparing food and washing dishes, in the definition of human consumption.

AB 1194 provides that its provisions are not applicable to a public water system that meets specified conditions, including that the system sells water to users through a submetered service system if the water supply is obtained from a public water system to which the act applies. So this makes the Los Angeles School District's water faucet "Notices" the City of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power's.

While AB 1194 made exempt public water systems that sell water, obtained from a public water system that is subject to the act, through a submetered distribution system if each user of the system is charged no more than the rate the user would be charged by the public water system.

AB 1194 exempts from water quality requirements noncommunity water systems that meet specified criteria, including that the system does not provide water for human consumption, other than handwashing, unless bottled water from an approved source is provided. The act requires these exempted noncommunity water systems to be tested annually for specified bacteria.

AB 1194 repealed this exemption. By adding entities to regulate, this bill would increase the duties of local health officers that have received primacy delegation, and would impose a state-mandated local program.

AB 1194 allows the Division of Drinking Water to issue a citation if  it finds that a public water system is in violation of the act or any regulation, permit, standard, or order issued or adopted thereunder and specifies procedures for service and form of the citation. AB 1194 classifies citations according to the nature of the violation or the failure to comply and assesses penalties based on that classification.

AB 1194 allow the Division of Drinking Water to issue a citation if it finds that a public water system is in violation of the act or any regulation, permit, standard, citation, or order issued or adopted thereunder. AB 1194 made specified changes to the process for service and the form of the citation. AB 1194 also set the penalty that may be set by the department at an amount not to exceed$1,000 per day for each day that a violation occurred and for each day that a violation continues to occur, and would eliminate the classification process. AB 1194 allows a separate penalty for each violation."

MAYO CLINIC: LEAD POISONING SYMPTOMS, AND ACUTE LEAD ENCEPHALOPATHY


MAYO CLINIC: Lead poisoning symptoms in children

The signs and symptoms of lead poisoning in children may include:
Developmental delay
Learning difficulties
Irritability
Loss of appetite
Weight loss
Sluggishness and fatigue
Abdominal pain
Vomiting
Constipation
Hearing loss


Rachael Lead poisoning? At very high lead exposures adults also can develop what is called "acute lead encephalopathy". This can occur suddenly. Warning signs include irritability, headaches and hallucinations, and dullness. At lower exposures asymptomatic (without symptoms) effects on the peripheral nerves occur. This means that changes are present that are detectable only by special diagnostic techniques. 

Workers having blood lead levels lower than 70 µg/dL have been found to have slowed movement of nerve impulses. In adults exposed to lower amounts of lead, some changes typically reported are increased occurrence of fatigue and short-term memory loss, decreased functioning of the nervous system for activities that depend on visual intelligence, and visual-motor co-ordination. Effects in Infants and Children The clinically evident effects of lead on the nervous system differ for children and adults. 

For children blood lead concentrations of about 100 µg/dL to 160 µg/dL and higher are associated with severe damage (encephalopathy). When this happens there is swelling of the brain. This increased pressure severely limits the brain's functioning. Before chelation therapy (administration by injection of organic acids that bind or chelate lead, so that it can be eliminated)


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