“Drugs in the Drinking Water? Don’t Ask and Officials Won’t Tell”


“There’s no doubt about it, pharmaceuticals are being detected in the environment and there is genuine concern that these compounds, in the small concentrations that they’re at, could be causing impacts to human health or to aquatic organisms,” noted Mary Buzby, director of environmental technology for Merck.

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  1. Wow, what a sick situation, based on this article. Putting power in the hands of a very few, absolutely results in absolute corruption of the whole system, including seemingly our entire ecosystem. Quite certain the “central banks and corporations that will grow up around them,” that Thomas Jefferson forewarned the US citizens regarding, have indeed taken over the US, and it is indeed a bad thing.

    I hope we can go back to a more competitive market, and a more personally responsible and human friendly one, which is 100% the opposite of the goals and legal responsibilities of today’s large corporations. Which are legally required to behave as complete, profit only motivated, psychopaths for only their investors.


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