Everything You Need To Know About Thimerosal and the STUPIDITY of Your Doctors

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  1. “Thimerosal is the infamous mercury-containing preservative.” That is incorrect, because it is a mercury compound. The verb “to contain” explains why most people are very bad at chemistry: compounds have other properties than their elements. One could say that water “contains” hydrogen and oxygen, but both elements are gases that have nothing to do with water as a compound. In the same way mercury is an element with properties that are completely different from its compounds. It is funny that we live in a so-called materialistic society, although most people barely have any relevant knowledge at all about that which we call matter :-).

  2. “In there”. “Where” is the hydrogen in water? It’s okay if you don’t understand. This “conversation” is going to continue forever, which beautifully demonstrates the current state of the planet :-).

    My father worked in a factory where they made special bulbs, thereby using elemental mercury (the silvery, liquid metal as an element). He often brought the stuff home and we played with it, which was fun really. My father is 93 years of age now and as far as I can tell, this “I” is also still roaming the planet :-).

    Apart from that: we already know for quite some time now that matter is an illusion. The soul is connected to it somehow, but how, we do not know. The physical body is simply a temporary and wonderful machine so that we may experience certain things this way. Even without physical bodies on the planet, there will always be Islam, because submission to the natural order of things comes naturally. They may destroy every building, every person or what not. It remains irrelevant, because they can only touch a projection on a screen, which is an illusion.

    • Ah … here we are … finally had time to look this one up

      Sorry Henry. Your diagnosis, as we used say behind closed doors in the hospital ER, is “FOS”!

      Thimerosal: Clinical, epidemiologic and biochemical studies☆
      David A.GeieraPaul G.KingbBrian S.HookercJosé G.DóreadJanet K.KernaLisa K.SykesbMark R.Geiera

      Thimerosal has limited effectiveness as a preservative.

      Thimerosal exposure has been directly linked to fetal/infant death and birth defects.

      Thimerosal exposure has been linked to performance testing issues and developmental disorders.

      Neuronal death and damage occur due to Thimerosal exposure.


      Thimerosal (or Thiomersal) is a trade name for an organomercurial compound (sodium ethyl-mercury (Hg) thiosalicylate) that is — 49.55% Hg by weight — which — rapidly decomposes in aqueous saline solutions into ethyl-Hg hydroxide and ethyl-Hg chloride — Developed in 1927, it has been and is still being used as a preservative in some cosmetics, topical pharmaceuticals, and biological drug products, including vaccines. Concerns have been voiced about its use because it is toxic to human cells. Although it is banned in several countries, it continues to be added to some vaccines in the United States and many vaccines in the developing world.

      This critical review focuses on the clinical, epidemiological, and biochemical studies of adverse effects from Thimerosal in developing humans. This review will include research that examines fetal, infant, and childhood death; birth defects; neurodevelopmental testing deficits in children; and neurodevelopmental disorders (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, tic disorder, and specific developmental delays). The review will also look at the research that examined the outcomes of acute accidental ethyl-Hg poisoning in humans. The studies that examine the underlying biochemical insights into the neuronal cellular damage will also be explored.


      The culmination of the research that examines the effects of Thimerosal in humans indicates that it is a poison at minute levels with a plethora of deleterious consequences, even at the levels currently administered in vaccines.

      AND :

      Brain concentrations of total mercury were approximately 3–4 times lower in the thimerosal group than in the methylmercury group, and total mercury cleared more rapidly in the thimerosal group (with a half-life of 24.2 days versus 59.5 days). However, the proportion of inorganic mercury in the brain was much higher in the thimerosal group (21–86% of total mercury) compared to the methylmercury group (6–10%). Brain concentrations of inorganic mercury were approximately twice as high in the thimerosal group compared to the methylmercury group.


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