Today, at a press conference at the National Press Club, Robert Kennedy Jr and Robert De Niro threw out a challenge to all medical researchers. He offered a reward of US $100,000 to any researcher who is able to produce a single study showing that mercury is not harmful to children. He then went on to produce copious research to show that mercury is harmful to children – and said that he hadn’t been able to find a single one with findings to the contrary.
In my opinion, Robert Kennedy Jr who is heading up a commission to investigate vaccines at the request of President Trump is unlikely to be parted from his $100,000 any time soon!
Watch the press conference here:
By Mike Adams
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who has been named to head President Trump’s vaccine safety commission, is joining forces with Robert De Niro to make a big announcement tomorrow about vaccines and mercury.
[Edit added 15th February 2017: to see the result of this announcement, go to Breaking: Robert Kennedy Jr and Robert De Niro throw down the gauntlet on vaccines]
According to a media advisory released this morning, the two are planning on announcing “a unique challenge with substantial cash award to the American people and media.”
The event begins at 9:25 am on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. The entire event will also be live streamed from the World Mercury Project’s web site. The World Mercury Project, headed by RFK Jr., “envisions a world where mercury is no longer a threat to the health of our planet and people.” Continue reading
By Mike Adams
A scientific study has found that using mobile phones can accelerate the release of toxic mercury from dental fillings. This is especially noteworthy given that many people hold their mobile phones right next to their jaws when talking on them.
You can also find the abstract of this study at the National Library of Medicine. A similar study which looked at MRI fields instead of mobile phone use is published at The International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Continue reading