NaturalNews: Why flu shots are the greatest medical fraud in history?

Why flu shots are the greatest medical fraud in history?
My independent atomic elemental analysis of flu vaccines, published in the summer of 2014, proved that

flu vaccines contain over 50 ppm mercury

an extremely toxic heavy metal linked to kidney failure, birth defects, spontaneous abortions and neurological damage. This finding has never been refuted by anyone. In fact, it was affirmed by vaccine proponents who insisted that it is perfectly safe to inject pregnant women, young children and senior citizens with mercury even though the flu vaccine insert itself readily admits there is no scientific evidence whatsoever to support the safety and efficacy of the vaccine in such groups.
That’s simply not true.
It’s still there. And toxic mercury is present in influenza vaccines at a level that’s literally 25,000 times higher than the EPA limit of mercury in drinking water. [7] It’s 100 times higher than the highest level of mercury contamination I’ve ever tested in ocean fish.

EXCLUSIVE: Natural News tests flu vaccine for heavy metals, finds 25,000 times higher mercury level than EPA limit for water
The tests were conducted via ICP-MS using a 4-point mercury calibration curve for accuracy. Even then, the extremely high level of mercury found in this flu shot was higher than anything we’ve ever tested, including tuna and ocean fish which are known for high mercury contamination.
Here are the actual results of what we found in the influenza vaccine from GSK (lot #9H2GX):

Aluminum: 0.4 ppm
Arsenic: zero
Cadmium: zero
Lead: zero
Mercury: 51 ppm

All tests were conducted via calibrated, high-end ICP-MS instrumentation.

EXCLUSIVE: Natural News tests flu vaccine for heavy metals, finds 25,000 times higher mercury level than EPA limit for water

Here are the actual results of what we found in the influenza vaccine from GSK (lot #9H2GX):

Aluminum: 0.4 ppm
Arsenic: zero
Cadmium: zero
Lead: zero
Mercury: 51 ppm

All tests were conducted via calibrated, high-end ICP-MS instrumentation as shown in these lab videos.

Read more at:

http://www.naturalnews.com/045418_flu_shots_influenza_vaccines_mercury.html

EXCLUSIVE: Natural News tests flu vaccine for heavy metals, finds 25,000 times higher mercury level than EPA limit for water

EXCLUSIVE: Natural News tests flu vaccine for heavy metals, finds 25,000 times higher mercury level than EPA limit for water

(NaturalNews) Mercury tests conducted on vaccines at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab have revealed a shockingly high level of toxic mercury in an influenza vaccine (flu shot) made by GlaxoSmithKline (lot #9H2GX). Tests conducted via ICP-MS document mercury in the Flulaval vaccine at a shocking 51 parts per million, or over 25,000 times higher than the maximum contaminant level of inorganic mercury in drinking water set by the EPA.(1)

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/045418_flu_shots_influenza_vaccines_mercury.html#ixzz36IQAU4ud

EPA releases carbon dioxide emissions rules for new power plants

EPA releases carbon dioxide emissions rules for new power plants

Natural gas can meet the standards, but coal faces a struggle.

  by       –    Sept 20 2013, 8:19pm +0300

Over a year ago, the US Environmental Protection Agency announced that it would start the process of implementing rules that would limit the carbon dioxide emissions from newly built power plants. The intended rules would put a uniform limit on fossil-fuel burning plants of 1,000 pounds of CO2 for each Megawatt-hour of electricity produced.

Today, the EPA has announced a revised set of rules to replace last year’s effort. The revised versions split the single standard and only hold large natural gas plants to the 1,000 lbs/MW-hr figure. Coal and smaller plants will only have to meet a less stringent 1,100 lbs/MW-hr standard. If a new plant is built that does not meet these standards, its operators will have seven years to bring it into compliance—possibly enough time to develop carbon capture and storage technology.

Based on figures from the US Energy Administration, natural gas plants nearly meet the proposed standards already, while coal is nowhere close. But given the low cost of natural gas, nobody was planning to build a coal plant anyway, something explicitly recognized by the EPA’s proposal: “existing and anticipated economic conditions mean that few, if any, solid fossil fuel-fired EGUs will be built in the foreseeable future.” As such, the new rule is unlikely to have much of an impact, something that’s also recognized by the EPA: “the EPA projects that this proposed rule will result in negligible CO2 emission changes, quantified benefits, and costs.”

So why bother proposing the rule at all? Because past decisions will now compel the EPA to formulate rules that limit carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. The stakes there will obviously be much higher, and the ensuing fight will be far more challenging. By setting precedents with these rules, the EPA will undoubtedly lay important foundations for putting general emissions controls in place.

The public and any other interested parties will now have 60 days to comment on the rules, including at a public hearing. At the end of that period, the EPA may either amend the rules again or attempt to put them into effect. Even though utilities and other interested parties have been extensively consulted while the rules were formulated, legal challenges are almost certain to delay the actual implementation