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For over 15 years dangerous and deadly bioengineered NanoFood has been taken over our commercial and corporate food supplies.
Unregualted, untested, Nanotechnology was a $ One Trillion dollar market in 2014 while Engineered NanoFoods was said to be at .8 Billion in 2012.

The nanotechnology in foods has been found in studies to cause entry into the tissue, blood and brains due to its subatomic particle size.

In rats it was found to enter lungs, liver, kidney and spleen as reactions at the nano size cause unknown reactions due to their incredibly small size.

Shelf life extension on beer, milk, etc. taste bud alterators that trick taste buds, biochps in the food and soil with rfid antennas to track food inside your body as well many sensors in biosolids (waste) used as fertilizer are just some of the applications.

The USDA/FDA/WHO are silent as to any oversite and strictly are action as advisors as corporate instituions work hard to keep the public uninformed.

The few industry polls taken show a whopping 75% are grossly and completely uninformed while only 7% said they had fairly good knowledge on this most critical silent invasion into our food supplies.

Another huge wake up call. Know a farmer, grown your own. Send this around.

(Correction: At 29:30 I meant to say %75 instead of %85.)

Why Do We Need to Know What the Public Thinks about Nanotechnology?
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2837220/

Nanotechnology – the new threat to food

Nanotechnology – the new threat to food

Are you ready for your nanotechnology engineered wine?
http://www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=1441.php

Read more: Are you ready for your nanotechnology engineered wine?
http://www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=1441.php

Welcome to the world of nano foods
http://observer.theguardian.com/foodmonthly/futureoffood/story/0,,1971266,00.html

Nanotechnolgy in Agriculture and Food Workshop
ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/nanotechnology/docs/nanotechnology_in_agriculture_and_food.pdf

Nanomaterials in Soil
http://www.iatp.org/files/2013_04_23_Nanotech_SS.pdf

Nanotechnology offers disturbing parallels to GMOs
http://www.non-gmoreport.com/articles/sept09/nanotechnology_parallels_gmos.php

Nanomaterials In Soil: Our Future Food Chain?
http://www.iatp.org/documents/nanomaterials-in-soil-our-future-food-chain

Eating Nano

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NIA ~ Nanotechnology Industry Association

How Nanotechnology Is Entering Our Food Supply

How Nanotechnology Is Entering Our Food Supply

Industry Video showing how Nanotech works. (of course not showing NanoFoods!)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZVH7CASrBk
Video Rating: / 5

Science for the Public, September 27, 2016. Sameer Sonkusale, Ph.D., Professor Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Tufts University; Principal Investigator, Tufts NanoLab.
The Sonkusale Nanolab does cutting-edge research in several interdisciplinary areas, including nano-devices that benefit medicine and the life sciences. Dr. Sonkusale discusses one nano-sensor, “smart thread,” designed to transmit direct information from surgical sutures about any danger signs following surgery. Dr. Sonkusale and his team also work on zero-cost “do-it-yourself” diagnostics for the developing world. See the SftPublic website page for this event for articles and other information.
http://www.scienceforthepublic.org/medical-research/breakthroughs-in-nanotechnology

The decision to euthanize a pet is for most owners a difficult choice. Consultation with your veterinarian will help you make the right choice. Some pet owners are unable to cope with the daily care of an ill pet. The tasks around the care, cleaning, feeding, and expense can build resentment towards the pet and would rob them of happy memories. Some pets are euthanized because of behaviour problems such as aggression and barking. Rather than consult their veterinarian or an animal behaviorist, the owner opts for an easy out. They are focusing on the possibility of law suits or eviction rather than the love for their pet.

Healthy dogs are also euthanized because the owners housing situation has changed. The owner finds that they are moving to an apartment where no pets are allowed. Rather than consulting their veterinarian or a pet placement service the owner opts for euthanasia. They either do not feel they can trust someone else to love their pet, have a distrust of the pet placement services, or do not want the expense and trouble of finding someone to adopt their pet.

We’ve all heard the phrase “Quality of life, not quantity.” When a dog becomes old, or ill, or is in pain, it may be the best and kindest thing to let the pet go in peace and with dignity. Your veterinarian should always be consulted before and during this decision. He/she will know when the time is right for you and your pet so than neither your nor your pet will suffer excessively physically or emotionally.

The act of euthanasia is never as bad as we fantasize. We can choose to be present or not during the actual euthanasia. The shot is painless and many veterinarians will tranquilize the pet before hand as many pets will react to the nervousness of their owners and react likewise. Being with your pet gives you a chance to say your final good-byes and put closure to your relationship. If grief seems unbearable ask your veterinarian for some brochures dealing with loss of pets. Be assured that if you have been consulting your veterinarian all along during your pets life and illness, that you have now made a wise, informative, and correct decision. Be at ease and turn your thoughts to happy memories.


Terrie Simpson has been involved in the dog world for over 28 years and has achieved numerous awards with her Springer Spaniels in tracking and obedience. Over that time, she has amassed a good amount of knowledge about how to keep a dog healthy. She is now happy to give back by sharing her experience with other dog owners.