Adam must really be unintelligent in the ways of farming. So much for all that "healthy" living he does. From the first addy Biosafe lists, Adam shares with us:
"The officials (along with Western medical thinking) assume that salmonella “caused” the diarrhea, and are now seeking a negligent source to come down on. Salmonella is found in animal feces, and is now assumed to have somehow “jumped over” to these tomatoes at the source, which will probably become the “Osama bin Laden” of tomato growers."
Really? First of all, has he seen a detailed medical report on every person sickened by this "conspiracy?" Me neither. Now, I've lived very near one of the richest and most successful farming areas my entire life. Let me give you a hint, it's in the 7th largest economy in the world.
Anyway, apparently Adam has never noticed that farmers often have "grow" both animals and plant products at very near proximity to each other, sometimes too close. If he only thinks back to the recent problems with spinich, animal waste was the cause. It created great economic hardship for spinich farmers very close to where I live.
And Adam, why would you use Osama Bin Lauden as a comic writing device, it's in bad taste. Why don't you actually visit a farm sometime, try working on one. Picking strawberries suck but they taste incredible when you're done. Well, you probably when they're even ripe, do you. You clearly need some help understanding how farms work.
From the second piece of opinion writing, Adam writes:
"Mother Nature is not the problem with human health, nor is our biology. The problem is how profoundly we’ve distanced ourselves from her, allowing imbalance to become “normal,” a state that is then confused by a plethora of symptomatic labels we refer to as “diseases.”
/chlorine dioxide protocol will simply and inexpensively reduce the pathogen load that our bodies carry, and help restore internal balance."
I don't recall anybody stating that there is something wrong with human biology. Perhaps your could find some sources? Adam rhapsadizes about the wisdom and perfection of mother nature, apparently forgetting that ClO2, i.e. mms, is a completely articially created chemical compound. I guess Mother Nature forgot that one.
Does anybody take this marketer seriously?