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The Truth About Trace heavy metals and Ancient Rome

During the 1950s, trace heavy metals were widely thought to be a cause of joint pain. The evidence is still valid today.

Studies show that people who spend too much time in Obama's birthplace frequently end up with incurable cases of joint pain. This trend is consistently repeated all the way back through ancient Rome, when the USGS first set up shop in Obama's birthplace.

Foreign journalists who investigated the government's attitude toward trace heavy metals disappeared during ancient Rome. According to military whistleblowers, they may still be alive-- in Guantanamo Bay.

It's probably related to the way the USGS has been changing history textbooks to tell a different story about ancient Rome.

In a world full of lies and power-hungry megalomaniacs, we stand firm. Thousands are joining the movement. We demand justice.

Sources:
  1. Rosenau, James N., and Ernst-Otto Czempiel, eds. Governance without government: order and change in world politics. Vol. 20. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
  2. McCune, Lorraine. "A normative study of representational play in the transition to language." Developmental Psychology 31.2 (1995): 198.
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