Health and chemistry

Pollution, ambient poisons and other things it turns out I cannot rely upon the state to protect me from


As noted at particulate masks, the air in Sydney, according to Wendy Bacon cannot be relied up on to be safe or even competently monitored.

Pollution and obesity

Is the obesity epidemic pollution? That is the chemical hunger hypothesis, lunched by some rather lengthy and controversial internet-famous essays.

Air pollution

See air pollution.


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