Tuesday Night, September 7, 2004, Coast to Coast National talk show with millions of listeners will discuss mad cow disease (BSE) and “Mad deer” (CWD in the U.S.) The host is George Noory, originally from St. Louis WRTS radio station. Coast to Coast is carried on over 500 radio stations and comes on at various times around the US-usually midnight (or 11PM to 4AM (or later) CDT. This show is listened to by millions of urbanites and few rural people.
The guest Tuesday is English biologist Mark Purdey has written and researched: scrapie, BSE, CJD, CWD, tumors, and brain disorders in animals and people. He has written articles concerning phosphorus containing drugs used to fight the wobble fly that he claims is a cause of BSE.
Purdey has concentrated on areas where many cases (clusters) of TSE have occurred linking them to ferromagnetic materials (highly magnetic), piezoelectric materials (light producing materials as in children’s flashing gym shoes), misbalanced metal ratios in the soil (as copper, magnesium, silver, barium) and radioactive materials: all which produce free radicals. Free radicals are chemicals with unpaired electrons, usually neutral electronically but still very reactive. Fires are rapid free radical reactions that can often be stopped by bicarbonates. Polymerization reactions are free radical reactions. Many cancers are started by free radical reactions from UV light, X-rays or radioactivity. Purdey’s web site is: http://www.markpurdey.com/
Coast to Coast’s web site is:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/ (radio stations’ frquencies can be found here by state).
George Noory’s e-mail address is: george (at) coasttocoastam.com .
Several weeks ago Noory had other guests concerning mad cow and he mentioned R-CalfUSA and American Corn Grower’s Association in a favorable manner. This topic will be publicized no matter what; it behooves us to get our input from the start.
Ed Fashing, AAM VP-Communications
2898 Audrain Road 114
Sturgeon, MO 65284-2023
emfashing (at) socket.net