From: David Rudiak <drudiak.nul> Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2011 13:17:59 -0800 (PST) Archived: Sat, 05 Mar 2011 16:55:38 -0500 Subject: Re: Temporary Hallucinating/Delirium & UFOs >From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul> >To: <post.nul> >Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 20:09:48 +0000 >Subject: Temporary Hallucinating/Delirium & UFOs >After evaluating a cohort of 106 individuals they >found that alcohol consumption contributed the highest number of >"feelings of fear" and delirium, ingesting bromides was the next >agent to create this state. So now we have KK and "bromide delerium" as yet another "explanation" for UFOs. >Bromides? Bromides? >I wondered what were these researchers referring to >and how prevalent were bromides in today's environment. It is my >understanding that most individuals are in and out of altered >states during their lifetime. According to the research, >bromides contributed a significantly to states of delirium or >what has been called awake hallucinating. >Check out this list of where one can find bromides in their >environment. It is considered epidemic in North America: >"Bromide Dominance Theory Or BD Theory. Should really be Bromide Stupidity Theory, or BS Theory. >Bromide is an insidious additive used in many consumer products, >and as a pesticide. Because of the sheer number of bromide- >supplemented products, exposure to this man-made additive has >caused a depletion of iodine in human populations. >Where does bromide come from? Bromide comes from the food we >eat=97especially bread=97from drinking water, and from toothpaste, >mouthwash, flame-retardants, hair dye and other sources." Verily, as I type these very words, hordes of fellow citizens are wandering the streets outside my door like zombies, suffering from insidious bromide delirium. It's especially bad in the mornings and evenings after brushing their teeth and rinsing with mouthwash. All over the country, millions of reports of UFOs and alien abductions pour in every day from epidemic bromide delirium. >In earlier e-mails, I suggested that individuals claiming >interaction with highly strange events be given a chemistry >panel test. ...Plus, an additional test for >toxicity levels looking for the percentage of bromides in the >individual's system. >Maybe, just for baseline levels of the above panels, ufo >researchers need to submit to this type of testing. Good idea. The old fogy school of Ufologists are using a lot of hair dye these days, contaminated with those insidious bromides. They too are no doubt suffering from "bromide delirium." Why else would they advocate such ridiculous ideas? >Just for >comparison. UFO researchers are exposed to the same phenomena as >the individuals involved in the cases they are studying. That >is, searching for physical evidence of "things flying around in >the sky." Without finding physical evidence. Perhaps, this type >of research could be categorized as a form of delirium. Yep, nothing physical going on. Radar sets picking up UFOs are also suffering from bromide delirium. Photos of UFOs are the result of bromide contamination, as are various ground traces, physiological effects, and electromagnetic interference. >Just saying, not advocating, Methinks KK may have a source of bromide contamination near her computer keyboard and may also be suffering from "bromide delirium." Maybe, just for baseline levels, she should also submit to this type of testing. Just saying, not advocating. David Rudiak Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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