It was all a scare tactic to keep smokers away from electronic cigarettes. It was a marketing strategy to retain market share for Big Tobacco. Here's how it went down. Some Portland State University scientists published a "peer-reviewed" letter in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) summarizing a study on e-cigarettes that said the vapors contain formaldehyde. In fact, "High Levels of Formaldehyde Hidden in E-Cigarettes" was the headline at NBC.com. "E-Cigarettes Not Safer Than Ordinary Cigarettes" was another headline at Tech Times, and yet another claimed e-cigs to have a HIGHER cancer risk than smoking. This sounds a lot like the recent arsenic-in-California-wines scare we all caught wind of last week. Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, deconstructed and exposed this huge HOAX with a brilliant science-based video short that is a must see: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZp49O0sUhc)
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In the e-cig study, the scientists claim to have found formaldehyde when running the electronic cigarette device only at high voltage. Their conclusion? Heavy users of vaporizers at high voltage were FIFTEEN TIMES more likely to get cancer than a "longtime smoker." They said "vaping" at just 5 volts causes formaldehyde-releasing agents to develop. Really? How? Are we sure they didn't test real cigarettes by accident?
Coverage swooped across the internet, paid for in large by Big Tobacco. The New England Journal of Medicine blasted their website home page with this breaking news: "Hidden Formaldehyde in E-Cigarette Aerosols"
Pay it forward for a second here to the California Wine Hoax, which is relevant to this E-cig hoax. Researchers said that 50 parts per billion of arsenic was highly dangerous, but the Health Ranger informs us that vaccines contain much MORE heavy metal toxins like mercury and aluminum at alarming rates, so that media frenzy was all ONE HUGE LIE -- most likely perpetrated by the top shelf wine makers of California to ruin all the rest of the wine makers businesses in one fell swoop. The script made it across many media outlets, so there must have been a ton of profits to reap for the "players club." Now, if you "Google" e-cigs and formaldehyde in the same sentence guess what you get? Widespread coverage of a hoax. But it's the "flip" that's true. Cigarettes kill about a half a million Americans every year, and it's the pesticide, plastic, formaldehyde, bleach and fiberglass that kills them. Big Tobacco has been lying to the public for a century, and even used thousands of doctor endorsements in the 1930s, 40s and 50s to encourage smoking for health, digestion, and even dating. It's reverse psychology.
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