[ RadSafe ] SCAREMONGERING FOR FUN AND PROFIT --RE: The Bereted Wonder and his Pills
brent.rogers at optusnet.com.au
Sat Oct 15 22:27:40 CDT 2011
Steven, you missed his point. Clearly what he means is that he hasn't imposed sanctions on the people he organized to flog his snake-oil in such a way that his lack of credibility is so obvious. ... Or perhaps there are even OTHER ways one can construe '...not sanctioned by me...
TDY Melbourne Australia
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On 16/10/2011, at 8:26, Steven Dapra <sjd at swcp.com> wrote:
> Oct. 15
> "Not sanctioned" by you, but the magic pills are in bottle that says "Busby Labs" and you are pushing them as hard as you can. What do you have to do before your sanction is on a product?
> What are your medical qualifications to tell anyone what medicines or medicinals he should take? Sounds to me like you are getting very close to practicing medicine without a license.
> Steven Dapra
> At 07:46 AM 10/15/2011, you wrote:
>> Not sanctioned by me; All I do is say what they should take. They can get it at the health food shop.
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> Sent: Sat 15/10/2011 02:01
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>> Subject: [ RadSafe ] SCAREMONGERING FOR FUN AND PROFIT --RE: The Bereted Wonder and his Pills
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>> If there was ever any doubt that "Dr. Chris".... was a scaremonger who it
>> could be argued exemplifies the worst actions of a con-man trying to profit
>> by misleading vulnerable people, they should look at the link posted by
>> Roger Helbig below.
>> Dr. Phil had better watch out since Dr. Chris wants to bump Dr. Phil out of
>> the limelight by presenting world-saving YouTube performances about the
>> dangers of Fukushima.
>> Rad protection specialists perhaps should set up an initiative that might be
>> termed, as a working name, the "Berating of the Bereted".
>> However, if you really can't resist, and want to pattern yourself after Dr.
>> Chris, you can spend $4.00 USD online and buy your own beret:
>> The so-called "Busby Foundation for the Children of Fukushima" [really, I am
>> not making this up] established by Dr. Chris is now hyping the sale of a
>> mineral supplement that Dr. Chris claims will protect children from
>> "radioactivity binding to the DNA" released from the Fukushima accident [
>> see: http://www.4u-detox.com/
>> and look at the Youtube video of Dr. Chris himself selling his
>> detox/radioprotective pills while he swings on a children's swing in an
>> empty playground in Sweden].
>> These little magic Busby detox pills [for which he is charging 8000 yen =
>> $75 US a bottle - no joke] contain nothing more than the following 4
>> minerals, Mg, Se, Mo, and Ca. I've show a colum below of the US DV or RDA
>> for each of these 4 minerals, and the amount of these 4 minerals found in a
>> random multi-vitamin [my Mom's multi-vitamin in this case]:
>> Busby Detox Daily Value [DV] My Mom's
>> Pills [$75 ] US Recommended Multivitamins [$8 per 150
>> tabs] [+ 36 other
>> Per Bottle vitamins
>> & minerals
>> ____________ ______________ _____________
>> Magnesium 300 mg 400 100
>> Selenium 50 micro-gm 70 20
>> Molybdenum 25 micro-gm 75 75
>> Calcium 66 mg [*] 1000 mg 200 mg of Ca
>> Note: Busby's little magic detox pill is listed as having 800 mg of Calcium
>> Lactate of which only 66 mg is Calcium.
>> As seen above, the US DV for each mineral [a minimal amount that people
>> should normally be able to obtain via their diet] is more than that
>> contained in the Busby magic DNA/detox pills costing $75 a bottle.
>> So if the Children of Fukushima want to be protected in an equivalent manner
>> to that afforded by the magic little Rad Protective Detox Pills, they could
>> save their $75 by not sending it to the Dr. Chris...... Foundation, and take
>> any normal multivitamin and wash it down with 55 ml [ one-quarter cup or 2
>> oz.] of milk equal to the 66 mg of Calcium in the magic pills, since milk
>> contains 1200 mg/liter of Calcium.
>> What a scam. Can someone be arrested for assault and battery on the truth?
>> Stewart Farber, MS Public Health
>> Scientists Committee Opposing Radiation Nescience [SCORN]
>> Foundation for Truth and Justice
>> Bridgeport, CT 06606
>> email: SAFarber at optonline.net
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