On Wed, 8 Jun 2016 10:18:29 -0500, Muggles
Any study that does not deal with the concentration of the toxin is
It flies in the face of safety regulations used in industry and your
own government's guidelines.
If you really believe any of these chemicals are dangerous in
virtually unmeasurable amounts (or "any amount" as some of these
"studies" say), you better just stay in the oxygen tent the rest of
You are surrounded by them and most do not come from cigarettes.
It is clear you drank the Kool Aid and no amount of logic will sway
you. Stay hysterical and be happy
On 6/8/2016 2:04 PM, email@example.com wrote:
So, I provide multiple references and access to dozens of independent
studies all over the world that come to the same conclusions, that
secondhand AND third hand smoke is dangerous and causes people to get
sick, and you discount it because *you* think all of those tests are BS??
THEN, you attack me because you don't like the evidence I provided that
counters your argument?
Debate the subject, and if you can't do that, don't attack the messenger.
On 6/7/2016 12:57 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Research
The Effect of a Single Cigarette Puff on Air Flow in the Lungs.
A puff of cigarette is estimated to contain 1016 oxidants. The degree of
smoking or smoke exposure can be ascertained by measuring the serum
levels of continine (a metabolite of nicotine)
Inhalation of cigarette puff has an immediate effect on respiration by
increasing airway resistance and therefore reducing the amount of oxygen
absorbed into the body.4
The present study was designed to examine the effect of cigarette puff
on lung function. It is unique in that it focuses on the acute response
to a single puff of cigarette smoker.
Way back in the early eighties a guy I worked with - and who made a
number of predictions that eventually came true - told me that
eventually smoking would be viewed like chewing tobacco and spitting.
At the time I thought "Geeze, you're a really smart guy.... but this
time you've gone over the top."
Seems to me like his prediction is not too far from coming true.
My grandfather used to chew tobacco, and had spit cans (old coffee cans)
around the house. I think I thought that was disgusting when I was
growing up. That was when I had NO experience with people smoking, which
is much worse. Consider that chewing tobacco spit is a thick liquid that
DOESN'T enter other people's lungs.
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