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Question for a Federal Court to answer:
If it is true that Glyphosate
in farms and found in most water
supplies due to farm drainage runoff
and from use of Glyphosate
in home gardens and lawns,
golf courses and municipal lawns
the testosterone level of males,
what percentage of males might
have a testosterone level too low
to go to a war zone,
or to return
to a war zone once they know what
they face there?;
isn't it true that the Government
should test all males who refuse to
go to war,
or refuse to return to a
for their individual
testosterone level to see if,
they are "fit" for military
service for which there is an
soldier will perform the job duties
of killing human beings,
requires a significant testosterone
level to do?
Isn't it a material fact that it requires
a significant testosterone level for
a person to be able to willingly kill
Isn't it true that the Government has
strict and absolute liability under
the federal toxic hazardous
substances law in conjunction
with companies like
Monsanto for allowing Glyphosate
to leach into the water system?
Isn't it true that studies prove that
criminals who kill (are charged with
have high testosterone
and that soldiers who refuse
frequently, if not always,
to the killing going on in a war zone
Nov 22, 2012 ...
But emerging evidence
suggests that men have
today than their
have dropped markedly in the ...
that it can transform an adult male frog
into a fully reproducing female. ...
in the upper 25 percent of normal have a lower risk ...
Low Testosterone (Low T) Symptoms, Causes, Treatment ...
Glyphosate is a herbicide
widely used to kill weeds
both in agricultural
and non-agricultural landscapes.
Glyphosate's reproductive toxicity
is related to the inhibition of a StAR protein
and an aromatase enzyme,
which causes an in vitro reduction
and estradiol synthesis. ...
Evaluations included the
progression of puberty,
body development, the hormonal production
estradiol and corticosterone, and the
morphology of the testis.
Results showed that the herbicide
(1) significantly changed the
progression of puberty
in a dose-dependent manner;
(2) reduced the testosterone
in semineferous tubules' morphology,
decreased significantly the epithelium...
(4) no difference in tubular diameter was observed;
and (5) relative to the controls,
no differences in serum corticosterone
or estradiol levels were detected,
but the concentrations
were lower in all treated groups...
These results suggest that
is a potent endocrine disruptor
causing disturbances in the reproductive
development of rats
when the exposure was performed
during the puberty period.