Old-Thinker News | December 10, 2010
Comment from Old-Thinker News: Dr. Phyllis Mullenix became well known in the field of neruotoxicology when she developed a new, more accurate system of analyzing chemicals effects on the brain and central nervous system. The new technology was called the Computer Pattern Recognition System. She received funding from a variety of high profile sources, and consulted with Exxon, Mobil, 3M, DuPont and others in her early career. She was very well received until she began to investigate the effects of fluoride on the central nervous system. Ultimately, her career was destroyed because of her investigation. This presentation by Mullenix at Clark University in 1996 was done two years after she was fired from her toxicology position at Forsyth Dental Center. Mullenix covers vital information regarding secrecy surrounding Fluoride and the Manhattan Project and much more. For more information be sure to check out Christopher Bryson’s book The Fluoride Deception.
A vital piece of information that Mullenix covers is a communication that took place between Harold Hodge (head toxicologist for the Manhattan Project) and Lt. Col. Rhodes on May 1, 1946. Hodge writes in the letter, in which he uses “F” to abbreviate Fluoride,
“Would there be any use at making attempts to counter-act the local fear on part of the residents of Salem and Gloucester counties through lectures on F toxicology and perhaps the usefulness of F in tooth health?”