Does smoking really cause lung cancer

January 23, 2014

Does smoking really cause lung cancer? – Read and decide yourself

Make a distinction between cigarettes with chemical poison and natural tobacco!
Horrific warning that smoking causes lung cancer, oral cancer, cancer of the tongue, vocal cords, must be located on each box of cigarettes which are on sale.

Of course, even though cigarettes kill, they are still legally sold in huge quantities.


Tobacco for decades been considered as a healing herb, but some man 50 years ago came to the realization that it can be deadly. Earlier medicinal status of tobacco was generally accepted.
By the early 20th century, almost every inhabitant of the upper class in Europe smoked.

Pipe was part of the equipment of the English gentlemen, Sherlock Holmes with his famous pipe solved mysterious crimes. Churchill led the war with his cigarette, artists have created their greatest works of art with that, and lung cancer hardly existed.

Professor Gerhard Shrauzer under oat gave statement that there is no substance in tobacco which has been proven to cause lung cancer, talking about natural tobacco and not about chemicals that are added in cigarettes.None so far, neither in laboratory testing conditions over animals failed to cause lung cancer in animals.

The whole twist occurred on July 16, 1945 at 5:30 pm, when over the air in New Mexico, the first nuclear bomb exploded with a force of 21,000 tons of TNT.
Some scientists initially thought that this bomb would release 5,000 tons of TNT . After the explosion was calculated that it was twice stronger with 10,000 tons of TNT .

nuclear fallout


Later it was shown that was free energy of 21,000 tons of TNT , even four times more than when the first time was predicted. For a few seconds billion deadly radioactive particles were dispersed through the atmosphere to an altitude of 10 kilometers .

From one whiff of one of these particles, lung tissue is destroyed, and body frantically begins to defend, and cells proliferate until they fully spent all supplies of vitamin B17 and when this process of replication of cells can’t be controlled, It is a lung cancer.


This has been proven in laboratories where same radioactive particles have been tested on animals. The results were unambiguous , each mouse and dog in contact with this particle had some kind of cancer or died.

The question now is how much of these particles are in the atmosphere ?
Before Russia, the U.S. and England , on August 5, 1963, discontinued nuclear tests into the atmosphere , 4200 pounds of plutonium were released.

Before the ban on nuclear testing, these countries hatched 711 atmospheric nuclear tests, and contaminated the atmosphere with more than 715 billion pounds of radioactive material .
That is enough to cause lung or skin cancer for 117 times on every person on Earth.

The Fact that in the period of ten years, the number of deaths from cancer in the near vicinity on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, is a threefold increase.

These data are interpreted by professor Theodore Sterling from the Simon Fraser University, who says that even among smokers in the lung a thin layer is formed on the tissue and that is protection from radioactive particles to penetrate the lung tissue .

Thus radioactive particle remains in the protective layer, and in time it could be tossed out of the tissue . However a number of editors and columnists of global media attacked and belittled his arguments because, as they say, for this research he has received $ 5 million from tobacco companies .

Chemicals used by the tobacco industry:

Sulphur – for the intense yellow color of tobacco.
Preparations based on lead – to correct the taste of cigarettes.
Antifreeze – to achieve a balance of moisture in the tobacco.
Titanium dioxide – for white ash.
- Asbestos fibers – ashes not to be crushed.
Radioactive polonium 210 – in the cultivation of tobacco, in order to increase yields.

Average in one cigarette , there are about 4,000 different chemicals.These are some of them:

Acetone – It is used for removing nail polish, among other things .
Ammoniac – Some scientists have a theory that is added to cigarettes to enhance the addiction of them .
Benzene – It is derived from coal and oil . Associated with leukemia and cancer .
Cadmium – Highly toxic metal. Used in the manufacture of batteries. Causes cancer of the liver, kidneys and brain .
Carbon monoxide – Poisonous gas. The most common gas in cigarette smoke . For people who smoke for a long time , it replaces oxygen in the bloodstream up to 15 % .
Formaldehyde – Highly toxic gas. It is used to preserve dead bodies from decay. It can cause cancer and skin problems.
Lid – Highly toxic , heavy metal. May cause damage to the brain, blood cells, kidneys. Causes birth defects and mental retardation.
Nicotine – Addictive like heroin and cocaine. 60 milligrams of that placed directly on the tongue will kill the person on the spot .
Tar – Deposited in the lungs . Each year, the average smoker has settled one coffee cup in the lungs.
Hydrogen cyanide – One of the most toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke . Short-term exposure can cause dizziness , headache , vomiting .

dona - February 8, 2014

Thanks for great info.

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