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Doesn’t anybody care?

 

On May 7, 2012, Senator Baucus forwarded to Mr. James Martin, EPA Regional Administrator, studies, photo documents, and data I provided, concerning birth defects and health problems consistent with fetal thyroid hormone disruption on children and multiple species of wildlife throughout Montana. Mr. Martin’s April 24 letter to Senator Baucus said there’s no problem with birth defects in white-tailed deer in Western Montana. (Data sent to Senator Baucus concerned multiple species of grazing animals, rodents, birds and most importantly newborn children.) Mr. Martin told Senator Baucus, “My staff contacted Montana

Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MFWP) regarding Mrs. Hoy’s concerns with these developmental malformations, and MFWP reported that they have been unable to determine any adverse effects on white-tailed deer populations in Western Montana. MFWP further noted the rate of these malformations does not appear to exceed the normal variation within the population, and the productivity and fawn recruitment in the Bitterroot Valley deer populations are considered good by wildlife managers in the area.”

First, there is no normal variation in white-tailed deer populations concerning underdeveloped facial bones resulting in underbite. Studies of large numbers of white-tailed deer in other states and in Ravalli County prior to 1995, when the birth defects began, produced no deer with underbite. Second, news reports quoted the MDFWP as saying white-tailed deer (mule deer, elk, moose and mountain goat) productivity and populations are in decline in much of Montana. Third, soon after completely dismissing our concerns, Mr. Martin resigned because of alleged chemical company ties. No testing was done.

I have only been able to examine a few big game animals and male rodents in 2013, but the birth defects appear to be increasing, especially underbite and overbite on grazing animals, no scrotum on male rodents (especially the squirrels that live on sprayed lawns where children play), and autism, diabetes, asthma, enlarged hearts and others on human newborns.

Are there any parents out there who care? Maybe you could also contact your Senators and Representative. Maybe you can convince them do something to find the cause of the birth defects. On some species, the changes to newborns are so severe we may be running out of time. The doubling of autism in newborn children the last 5 years, being just one example. Autism is a birth defect and it is similar in cause during development in the womb to underbite and overbite, except, a portion of the brain is affected by lack of calcium rather than the facial bone/s, according to recent studies.

Judy Hoy

Stevensville

5 Responses to Doesn’t anybody care?
  1. Mike in Stevensville
    November 23, 2013 | 4:03 am

    I think we\’re poisoning our country in many ways. Sadly, the very \’government\’ that is supposed to take care of and protect is instead FAILING us by allowing these multiple poisons to continue, thanks to Big Business Special Interests owning our politicians.

  2. Kezia Kolb
    November 21, 2013 | 11:46 pm

    Thank you, Judy, for not giving up in sharing this critical research. It’s as critical as the U. S. health crisis, and we will see a major pivot in rescue attempts once your research is implemented into health care approaches to rescue the well-being of humans, wildlife, and of our shared habitat.
    Gratefully a recipient of your directives,
    Kezia Kolb

  3. Judy Hoy
    November 21, 2013 | 8:12 pm

    Mike, the symptoms indicate thyroid hormone disrupting toxins in the air, in the surface water, in the snow and rain and on the plants we and plant eating animals eat. We need to find what is causing the young (including human fetuses) to have such severe thyroid hormone disruption during development in the womb or egg. Only the EPA can do anything about this. Another thing the toxins do is cause the inside of the eyelids on many animals of all ages to become very red and swollen looking, sometimes with granulation (very uncomfortable). If you have any pets or domestic animals or children, you might want to check the inside of the eyelids every couple of weeks. Sometimes the toxins in the air cause the eyelids to be quite red and swollen, with green discharge and then the eyes clear up in other time periods. This strongly indicates the amount of toxins in the air varies with weather patterns and season. Anyone can check this symptom of toxin exposure. And you can also check the mouth of domestic animals like goats, calves, horses, llama, deer or elk you harvest or other grazing animals to see if they have an underbite. Are the lower teeth on the front of the lower jaw in front of the dental pad on ruminants and in front of the upper front teeth on horses, children and other animals with upper teeth? If this is the case the child or animal has a birth defect that is only caused by thyroid disruption during development in the womb. A lot of animals now have underbite, so we need to find out what is causing this. According to children\\\\\’s dentists, children now have either underbite or overbite at quite a high prevalence with overbite being the most common on children since 2007. In 2007, the bees, bats and amphibians began dying in very large numbers, the autism rate in children doubled and the underbite prevalence in grazing animals doubled. I doubt if that is a coincidence. What do you think?

  4. Judy Hoy
    November 21, 2013 | 8:10 pm

    Mike, the symptoms indicate thyroid hormone disrupting toxins in the air, in the surface water, in the snow and rain and on the plants we and plant eating animals eat. We need to find what is causing the young (including human fetuses) to have such severe thyroid hormone disruption during development in the womb or egg. Only the EPA can do anything about this. Another thing the toxins do is cause the inside of the eyelids on many animals of all ages to become very red and swollen looking, sometimes with granulation (very uncomfortable). If you have any pets or domestic animals or children, you might want to check the inside of the eyelids every couple of weeks. Sometimes the toxins in the air cause the eyelids to be quite red and swollen, with green discharge and then the eyes clear up in other time periods. This strongly indicates the amount of toxins in the air varies with weather patterns and season. Anyone can check this symptom of toxin exposure. And you can also check the mouth of domestic animals like goats, calves, horses, llama, deer or elk you harvest or other grazing animals to see if they have an underbite. Are the lower teeth on the front of the lower jaw in front of the dental pad on ruminants and in front of the upper front teeth on horses, children and other animals with upper teeth? If this is the case the child or animal has a birth defect that is only caused by thyroid disruption during development in the womb. A lot of animals now have underbite, so we need to find out what is causing this. According to children\\\’s dentists, children now have either underbite or overbite at quite a high prevalence with overbite being the most common on children since 2007. In 2007, the bees, bats and amphibians began dying in very large numbers, the autism rate in children doubled and the underbite prevalence in grazing animals doubled. I doubt if that is a coincidence. What do you think?

  5. Mike in Stevensville
    November 21, 2013 | 7:32 am

    And your suggested causes for these deformities are…?

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