...Some issues to consider...
Did you know that?…On April 25, 2007
Ojai, CA -- On January 29, 2001, Jock Doubleday offered $20,000 to the first U.S.-licensed medical doctor or pharmaceutical company CEO to publicly drink a mixture of standard vaccine additive ingredients:
http://www.mercola.com/2001/feb/10/vaccine_offer.htm The offer had no takers.
On August 1, 2006, Doubleday increased the $20,000 offer to $75,000:
http://www.vaclib.org/links/jockslinks.htm#press The new offer had no takers.
Therefore . . .
as of June 1, 2007, the $75,000 offer will increase to $80,000;
as of July 1, 2007, the offer will increase to $85,000;
as of August 1, 2007, the offer will increase to $90,000;
as of September 1, 2007, the offer will increase to $95,000;
as of October 1, 2007, the offer will increase to $100,000;
as of November 1, 2007, the offer will increase to $105,000;
as of December 1, 2007, the offer will increase to $110,000;
as of January 1, 2008, the offer will increase to $115,000 . . . etc.
The offer will increase $5,000 per month, in perpetuity, until a
M.D. or pharmaceutical company CEO, or any of the 14 relevant
members of the ACIP (see below), agree to drink a body-weight
calibrated dose of the poisonous vaccine additives that M.D.s
routinely inject into children in the name of health.
This offer, dated April 25, 2007, has no expiration date unless
superceded by a similar offer of higher remuneration.
Natural Woman, Natural Man, Inc.
A California 501(c)3 Nonprofit Corporation
"Just because we can clone animals, doesn't mean we should.
Cloning causes severe animal suffering.
Over 95% of cloning attempts fail, according to numerous scientific studies.
Problems occur with cloning far more often than with any other method of reproduction...
Birth defects, physiological impairments, illness, and premature death are the norm, not the exception with cloning.
Animal cloning helps promote industrial agriculture and intensive farming practices.
Approximately two thirds (67%) of Americans disapprove of cloning animals for food...
Animal cloning threatens genetic diversity, leaving farm animals vulnerable to disease...
Numerous dairies, organic foods producers, and retailers have declared that they will not use products from cloned animals or their offspring...
Despite such an abysmal record, the FDA has moved one step closer to allowing animal clones out of the lab and into the grocery store. In December 2006, the FDA announced the completion of its draft risk assessment, concluding that milk and meat from cloned animals and their offspring should be safe to consume. If the draft is upheld, cloned food products will be allowed on the market, and the FDA will likely not require that these products be labeled.
Food safety, however, is only one of the many issues that need to be examined before such a decision can be made. With 96-99% of cloning attempts regularly causing death or severe health problems"...
For further information go to www.EndAnimalCloning.org