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Humans have been breathing

Humans have been breathing smoke, soot and ash since we discovered fire. Mankind would have never survived without fire for warmth and protection. Ventilation did not exist in caves.

Over the course of hundreds of thousands of years, humans breathed a lot of smoke. It was natural...fire was life. People gathered around the fire, breathed it in, and went to sleep in the same surroundings of smoke. Now they gather around a flickering television....

What is the human immune system's evolutionary response to breathing in smoke? A mucous membrane is formed around the lungs as a form of protection - that is a scientific fact of life.

No smoke inhalation, no mucous membrane protection...pretty simple, basic science.

Japanese men smoke a lot, perhaps the most in the world...but they do not show high rates of lung cancer. Why?

Which Country Has The Highest Rate Of Lung Cancer?

http://healthhubs.net/cancer/which-country-has-the-highest-r...

Hungary 52.0
Untied States Of America 42.1
Poland 40.9
Serbia 40.7
Denmark 38.4
Armenia 37.6
The Netherlands 36.0
Canada 35.9
Belgium 35.5
Croatia 34.1
Czech Republic 34.0
China 33.5
Slovenia 33.3
Cuba 31.6
United Kingdom 31.3

What country smokes the most?

Greece.

What countries have the highest cancer rates?

World cancer statistics: Overall

http://www.wcrf-uk.org/research/cancer_statistics/world_canc...

1 Denmark 326.1
2 Ireland 317.0
3 Australia 314.1
4 New Zealand 309.2
5 Belgium 306.8
6 France (Metropolitan) 300.4
7 USA 300.2
8 Norway 299.1
9 Canada 296.6
10 Czech Republic 295.0

WHERE'S GREECE?

Greece smokes the most, but they're not even in the top 50 of world cancer rates!!!!

In the past 50 years, the amount of people who smoke in the United States has been cut in half. Have cancer rates been cut in half? No.

Cancer rates have skyrocketed. If half of the population quit smoking, why is cancer exploding?

Go to youtube, and please watch the video, "World Without Cancer," the story of vitamin B17.

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.