oil, which does not seem to be a primary cause of harm for most EVOS
workers OR 'gulf war syndrome' vets ... though it is harmful....
the only chemical exposure that is the same for gulf war vets and Exxon Valdez oil spill cleanup workers ... is 2-butoxyethanol.
the most commonly used GLYCOL ETHER
(exposure looks like 'the flu')
A N D Those with CFIDS also 'look like' these
may be caused by this commonly used
have been looking into a chemical that should be suspect for CHD, cerebral palsy and many other birth defects
When I see the chemtrails in our area I cringe ... I suspect the chemical I'm concerned about is in Jet Fuel. I also suspect the airline industry needs to take a look at these fumes getting to people INSIDE airplanes
It can affect people in a lot of ways ... but too much exposure FOUNDATIONALLY should look like Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome. One lady shared with me that she lost her sense of taste and smell after a few hours on a plane.
THE FATIGUE causing Chemical to Avoid & Help
There seems to be hope for help with good nutrition and glyconutrient food supplements . This is based on the nutritional research of Roger J. Williams.
2-butoxyethanol should be suspect for causingCFIDS ... and a lot more ... even the best 'match' for gulf war syndrome ... Vietnam and Korean and WWII vets' harm, too ....
It's no wonder there's confusion. The chemical I've learned about in recent years spreads out into so many different things, that something else gets the blame for what it does ... & the harm goes on and on and on. It is a common chemical exposure for military & civilians alike. My theories are different than mainstream; however those with CFIDS and their doctors would have the proof, if they find the fatigue of EGBE (2-butoxyethanol is the modern name)
I suspect other birth defects besides diabetes are possible: called congenital thyroid ailment, or liver or kidney or various tumors ... pancreatic concerns ... AND diabetes at some point in time if a parent had too much exposure. Congenital heart defects ...
It is not safe in many cleaning products , eitherMy thoughts on gulf war syndrome:
One of the chemical exposures for the 90-91 Gulf War vets was a commonly used chemical from the 1930s to the present. It IS on the list of solvents and pesticides the gulf war troops were exposed to. 2-butoxyethanol and its compound version, diethylene glycol monobutyl ether, are solvents, but also in some odd way ... pesticides. That would explain the endocrine disruption.
It explains why civilians would be equally harmed (per Walter Reed Army Medical Center the gulf war vets are no more harmed than the general population EXCEPT for ALS ). So, some gulf war vets got way too much exposure to 2-butoxyethanol to get that.
Not sarin gas; not vaccinations; not depleted uranium. The USA did not do something wrong and hide it. They don't have a clue.
Many times what is called the FLU is actually this chemical's poisoning. People would have what is best described as CFIDS (Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome) often diabetes, hormonal levels that could go high or low. The fatigue that should be suspect is autoimmune hemolytic anemia which causes the immune system to 'friendly fire' HEADACHES and Central Nervous System damage & many other autoimmune issues are 'part of the picture' CNS includes things like sleeplessness, difficulty concentrating, short term memory loss, all the time irritability, DEPRESSION and suicidal tendencies!
Tired of being tired? Tired of hearing 'it is all in your head?' I believe you! And I do recognize this chemical's poisoning! If you share enough about what was going on when you first felt sick, I may be able to help you find the source of this chemical's poisoning.
We have multiple generations of chemically poisoned people. Is there CFS in the family line? Maybe some health issues are 'birth defects?' Also a very strong 2nd hand exposure!
Look for these clues
I would like to share the story penned by gulf war vet, Donny Richardson in 2000 & 'Paladin'
I would like to share the story of Robin , a worker of the Exxon Valdez oil spill cleanup, 1989
3-24-06 17 year anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill
16 years - 05
15 years - 04
The Valdez Crud - Mother Jones article expanded
Who was Responsible for the Exxon Valdez oil spill? Valdez EVOS photos
Where is the Exxon Valdez today?
More about workers ... this is the Classic LA Times, 2001 article
except for any previously copyrighted material, if any
Someone should check into the health of Robin Crochet of Louisiana. She worked in 1989 at Seward, Alaska seal recovery;
She has now died; Mayo clinic couldn't figure out what was going on with her
Her children may be affected as well: a daughter with heart problems and she also had a son