Residents question safety of Coldwater Creek after increased illnesses

Jun 1, 2011 Full story: KMOV.com 13

Over the past 30 years, local residents living along Coldwater Creek in north St.

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Portland, OR

#1 Jun 2, 2011
citizensofcoldwater.info
Doomsdayers

AOL

#2 Jun 2, 2011
The air we breath has contaminants, the water we drink is full of chemicals, the car you ride in is a death trap, the planes you fly in are under inspected and poorly maintained, the rain has acid, the air has smog, the food you eat has been irradiated or chemical treated, the meat you eat has growth hormones injected, the second hand smoke is lethal, the environment is dangerous for your fetus, the sounds we hear or damaging our hearing, the power lines overhead are giving off electro magnetic current, the cell phone you use is giving you brain cancer, the coffee you drink is giving you stomach cancer, the smoke you breath is giving you lung cancer, the sex you have is giving you HIV, the this and the that is going to doom you today, tomorrow or next week.

Where does it all end, and we can peacefully and happily all live forever and ever.

100 years ago we died in our 40's
50 years ago we died in our 50's
25 years ago we died in our 60's
now we are living well past 70 and 80
won't be long and we will average 90 and 100

Maybe our grandkids will be the first to live forever.

But, who is going to pay?
Not to worry

AOL

#3 Jun 2, 2011
The Mayan Calendar ends next year in 2012, and mankind will blink out like a cheap light bulb.
Hire a lawyer

AOL

#4 Jun 2, 2011
Hire a Lawyer or two, and sue someone or sue everyone.

Someone must be held accountable. Damn it!
Dis Belief

Saint Louis, MO

#5 Jun 2, 2011
Not to worry wrote:
The Mayan Calendar ends next year in 2012, and mankind will blink out like a cheap light bulb.
My 5 year calendar ends on December 31 of this year so we must have a lot less time than you think!
My calendar couldn't be wrong!
Calendars don't lie!

Wait...
I just remembered a new 5 year calendar came in the mail two days ago.

Hey, maybe the Mayans just hadn't mailed out the next calendar yet!
Donna

Saint Charles, MO

#6 Feb 2, 2013
Very curious to learn more. We played in the creek when we were kids, in Paddock Hills.
Please advise me of any help that can be given to help this research .
Cancer has been diagnosed , without prior family history.
Info

Saint Louis, MO

#7 Feb 2, 2013
Donna wrote:
Very curious to learn more. We played in the creek when we were kids, in Paddock Hills.
Please advise me of any help that can be given to help this research .
Cancer has been diagnosed , without prior family history.
You need to go to the FB page that has been setup just look for Coldwater Creek as if you are searching for a new friend
Concerned Reader

Saint Charles, MO

#8 Feb 5, 2013
What a great news article by KMOV . This ought to give the masses something to worry about that is OVER & DONE and keep there minds off TODAYS REAL ISSUES at hand that we might be able to do something about NOW before it becomes OLD NEWS and just HISTORY !
where is the proof

United States

#9 Feb 5, 2013
Hysteria is driving the fear.

Gods plan is , every will die.
Good Grief

Florissant, MO

#10 Feb 5, 2013
where is the proof wrote:
Hysteria is driving the fear.
Gods plan is , every will die.
Of course everyone will die eventually that is hardly a surprise now is it. I thought the devout believed in eternal life so how could that be God's plan if believers are supposed to live forever?

Hysteria? What hysteria? Some concerned people and media are reporting something that the public is entitled to be aware of? Here's a suggestion, you buy a home where Cold Water Creek is almost in your backyard and raise your kids there. Then in a few years when members of your family become ill, you decide if it is still "God's plan".
not a new story

United States

#11 Feb 5, 2013
Good Grief wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course everyone will die eventually that is hardly a surprise now is it. I thought the devout believed in eternal life so how could that be God's plan if believers are supposed to live forever?
Hysteria? What hysteria? Some concerned people and media are reporting something that the public is entitled to be aware of? Here's a suggestion, you buy a home where Cold Water Creek is almost in your backyard and raise your kids there. Then in a few years when members of your family become ill, you decide if it is still "God's plan".
This is not a new story. Its been going on for years and years. It has just recently in the past several years came back up. There is nothing scientific about a FB research. The Feds and the EPA have be monitoring and studying for years.
If this danger is as great as outlined, how do you explain Tokyo an Nagasaki both thiving after being bombed.
The news just picked up on this because it is sensational.
What about the Weldon Springs site?
You cannot be serious

Florissant, MO

#12 Feb 6, 2013
not a new story wrote:
<quoted text>
This is not a new story. Its been going on for years and years. It has just recently in the past several years came back up. There is nothing scientific about a FB research. The Feds and the EPA have be monitoring and studying for years.
If this danger is as great as outlined, how do you explain Tokyo an Nagasaki both thiving after being bombed.
The news just picked up on this because it is sensational.
What about the Weldon Springs site?
that's your take? First of all it has been 6 decades since Hiroshama and Nagasaki and you are totally wrong about "thriving". I suggest you take your argument to the Radiation Effects Research Foundation site and convince them you are correct. After 60+ years there is still higher numbers of cancerous tumors in persons who were small children then and in persons born afterward. So what your idea of thriving is, I cannot imagine, unless it has a $ sign attached.

In regards to Weldon Springs the findings of the MO. EPA/Health Depts is a joke. They did not allow any independent studies, they did not allow any public imput and they did not supply information/data about how the study was done. In other words they cited zip code testing without bothering to take case history of any current cancer victims nor did they provide any information concerning the possibility of increases in cancer rates in the future.

FYI, guess what you can do with your hysteria theory?
Dude

Florissant, MO

#13 Feb 6, 2013
not a new story wrote:
<quoted text>
This is not a new story. Its been going on for years and years. It has just recently in the past several years came back up. There is nothing scientific about a FB research. The Feds and the EPA have be monitoring and studying for years.
If this danger is as great as outlined, how do you explain Tokyo an Nagasaki both thiving after being bombed.
The news just picked up on this because it is sensational.
What about the Weldon Springs site?
I want to make a suggestion, learn what you are talking about before making unsupportable statements. Here's a clue...Tokyo was not a target for the H or A bomb. Tokyo was attacked with incendiary bombs (fire bombs).

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