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Sunday, June 19th, 2005

“History is merely a list of surprises. It can only prepare us to be surprised yet again.”
Kurt Vonnegut

I got to thinking about June 8th’s entry, wondering if it was something with real substance worth a bit more investigation. It seems so. I’ve spent the last 10 days researching this and even in just that short space of time the evidence looks overwhelming. There is so much of it that all it seemed to be waiting for was for someone to stand far back enough from it to be able to join the dots. What I’ve found has ended up as a full article which you can find here.

In short, it does actually look as if our global disruption of the Earth’s Nitrogen Cycle is responsible for cardiovascular disease (and a few other things besides).

Starting Thursday, I’ve been trying to interest the press, medical journals and researchers in the field to see if it looks as plausible to the experts as it does to me from the periphery. So far no response. Well if someone from completely left of field wrote in saying they thought they’d managed to pinpoint the underlying cause of cardiovascular disease, CRACKPOT!! would be the understandably instant conclusion. It’s too preposterous to be believed. I can only hope that someone somewhere takes the risk of actually reading it.

Please let me know if you think it makes as much sense as I do. And if you do, pass the word around. If it stands up to closer scrutiny, then the sooner global policy-makers pay this issue some serious attention, the sooner something can be done about it.

“If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.”
Albert Einstein

One could, of course, take a step even further back and admire the ability of the Earth’s ecosystem (of which we are very much part) to keep itself in overall balance. In an attempt to increase the food supply to support a growing population of humans, we have unnaturally boosted the average yield of the soil. Yet the means by which we have done so is killing us off in ever increasing numbers. It seems that there is an overall optimum number of humans the Earth will support which it’s unlikely to let us exceed. So any measures taken to address the nitrogen cycle imbalance will also need to take into account population dynamics on a global scale.

We have a tendency to pull together in times of crisis and threats to survival. Is it too much to hope that this one issue could unite the world to address this situation together? This touches each and every one of us. How many of us have grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, husbands, wives, children dying of these diseases, if not ourselves as well? (I know, I know … dream on! But I do!)

“Anyone who thinks they are too small to make a difference has never been in bed with a mosquito.”
Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama



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