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Is this the beginning of the human extinction

Updated on November 10, 2008
 

I have some alarming news for us the human species, we are very quickly becoming extinct. In the past 100 years synthesized chemicals have slowly been changing our physiology, especially in males. Studies have shown though out almost every species infertility is a wide spread phenomenon. The males especially are being affected by this chemical soup we have polluted our selves with.

95% of the items we have are made from some for of synthesized chemicals, everything from sheets and bedding, toys and furniture, personal hygiene products, baby products, food and so much more. These chemicals had once thought harmless due to the small amounts used in these products, but constant prolonged exposer is only now being realized as a true threat.

Mothers are having a higher then ever rate in miscarriages and across the world less and less males are being produced. The males that are lucky enough to be born have had a dramatic change in testosterone levels; levels are as low as ever. These levels are causing males to have smaller penises and less sperm count, or in some cases a greater sperm count but the sperm are stupid and can't find their way. Studies are showing that since the 1950's male sperm counts have lowered over 50% in some cases, this is also true for many mammals, reptiles and aquatic creatures. Studies also show that their has been a significant rise in testicular cancer in younger men.

What have we done to our selves, our children and our world, and is it too late to fix it? I really don't have an answer to this; I don't even know where one might begin. Just take a look around your home, office or car everything in it has been made with synthetic by-products. All our food is filled with preserves and god only knows what else, the soft safe toys we give our infants to play with are made from toxic synthetic chemicals. Everyday we ingest, absorb and breathe in these chemicals. When we put skin cream on, the lovely smell of cleanliness (chemical) is penetrating our bodies.

Many studies around the world have proven just what I am saying, this is no false accusations only truth. The future is a scary place, if we no longer produce males and lose the ability to produce all together where will that leave us, the human species, and not just us but every creature that we share the world with.

I ran my own test of these theories here is what I found....

I live in a small community of 32 houses, there are 15 children under the age of 12 years out of 15 children, their are only 2 boys.

My oldest child in the 5th grade, their are 22 children in her class, she is one of 14 girls leaving only 8 boys.

My youngest daughter, yes I have two girls....my youngest has 18 kids in her class guess how many are boys? Only 5 leaving 13 girls.

Out of the 8 girls I grew up with 5 of them have had kids in total they have 9 kids, 6 girls and 3 boys, not including me who has 2 girls....so 11 girls and 3 boys...

These statistics can be found in almost every city across the world, especially in those cities and towns based in and around large factories, chemical plants, and other related industrial businesses. Do your own test the results may surprise you....

I'm afraid for what the future holds for us aren't you?

Do you have more males or females in your family?

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    • Lady Guinevere profile image

      Debra Allen 

      9 years ago from West By God

      I am not alarmed at all. In my generations there have always been more males then females. Another thought occured to me that might be funny--we are humans and it only takes one male to get a whole tribe pregnant.........are we going back to neanderthal?? You do know tht we were not always monogamous in the world?

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      Rodney Fagan 

      9 years ago from Johannesberg South Africa, The Gold Mine City

      Interesting statististcs there, and a bit alarming ones as well. The thing to do is to go back to basics eat organically, grow your own do away with petrochemically based products even cookware.

      Then maybe in two or three generations things will start to change.

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