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Sunday, January 19, 2014

Fukushima Cesium In American's Urine!

That's what Alex Jones (with his accomplices) would have you believe (at about 2:30):

I don't know exactly how they've pulled it off.  Maybe they manufactured the medical report or maybe they spiked the urine and sent it off to a valid lab.  Doctors Data Inc. appears to be legitimate, though I can't make out the details of the report.

It's funny how the "patient" isn't concerned at all about his "exposure".


  1. Doctor's Data sued Quackwatch a few years ago. Something about some flushing process that will increase the amount of metals in the urine. DDI threatened to sue if Quackwatch didn't take their article down. Quackwatch asked for proof that the article was factually incorrect. DDI didn't provide the proof but instead went ahead and sued. Some alternative health nut promoter named Bolen put himself in the middle of it and writes long content-free blog posts about the case.

  2. Thanks for the info. It looks like Doctor's Data is NOT legitimate.

    Quack, quack.