I don’t want to be part of an experiment.

I don’t have grandchildren (yet).

I am looking ahead to that time in my life when and if it comes.

I am not daydreaming about buying cute outfits, stocking up on Christmas gifts, or even collecting classic storybooks for any grandchildren.

What I am doing is my research and what I’m discovering doesn’t always come with a storybook ending.

When I raised my children, I didn’t know how many choices I had. I didn’t know how much responsibility I had to educate myself to better care for them.

I just listened to the experts and thought that anyone who questioned the ‘norm’ was simply a crunchy mom with too much time on her hands.
Now, I know better and I plan to do better.  For them.

I now know there are choices. We do have choices.

I’m doing my research; I’m keeping my eyes open.

Keep the Faith. Ask questions. Trust your instincts.

Do the research.

Do the research.



“THE HUMAN EXPERIMENT lifts the veil on the shocking reality that thousands of untested, unregulated chemicals are in the products we use every day, our homes, and inside each of us. Simultaneously, disease rates are rising: everything from cancer to infertility is appearing at levels doctors and researchers have never seen. This is the shocking reality explored by Journalists Dana Nachman and Don Hardy, as they follow the personal stories of people who believe their lives have been drastically and painfully affected by these chemicals. Taking viewers to the front lines as activists go head-to-head with the powerful and profitable chemical industry, staking their lives on this battle to protect our health, these activists bring to light a corrupt, unaccountable system that has been hidden from consumers … until now. THE HUMAN EXPERIMENT makes the case that the biggest chemical threat facing humans today is not from an oil spill, or a nuclear meltdown, but could be right in your kitchen.”

Take a look… then look a little closer.


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One Response to I don’t want to be part of an experiment.

  1. Thanks for posting the link. I agree, we have WAY too many artificial chemicals in our environment. Activists have been trying to draw attention to this for years, but no layperson has the expertise to isolate and identify the miasma surrounding us, and the EPA is utterly overwhelmed and is a bureaucratic institution with little actual political power or motivation to change things.

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