Environmental toxins and nanoparticles: tiny cause but major effect

Dr. med. Michael Wagner, Specialist in General Medicine, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany
In the current industrial era it is no longer acute intoxication, such as lead oxide poisoning suffered by workers in the early days of the industrial revolution, which is at the top of the agenda. It is insidious, chronic intoxication and its cumulative effects which characterise the current pattern. “Insidious, chronic” refers to the cumulative and summative effects of a wide range of substances and their, in some cases long, half-lives within the body. Individual substances may damage one or more organ systems, just as several substances may affect one or more organ systems. Long half-lives, as in the case of lead or cadmium, for example, intensify this effect!
As for threshold limits, that’s a topic which could arouse a great deal of discussion. I feel these limits should be treated with a healthy dose of scepticism: which committees or interest groups are responsible for these threshold limi...

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Nanoparticles – an abstract danger to our health?

Alexander A.C. Rijsberman, Qualified Naturopath, Zug, Switzerland

My work is empirical. This means I can reap the benefits of my experience and investigate a problem in its specific context. There is, however, also the risk that this type of investigation will be dismissed as being insufficiently scientific.
All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self- evident (Arthur Schopenhauer). Yet this is where we can seize on a great opportunity. While others engage in ridicule you can gain time until self-evident acceptance becomes the norm.
My theme today is: Nanoparticles — an abstract danger to our health?
With the BICOM® bioresonance method we have at our disposal a great, and probably unique, method of eliminating these particles and this is in fact something that is very easy to do in practice.
What do we mean by 'abstract' danger?
Abstract (Lat. 'abstractus') means removed, distanc...

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