“ If it is economic to poison people, then there must
be something wrong with economics.” ~ Albert Schatz




image Adolf Butenandt

1) Adolf Butenandt The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1939



Arvid Carlsson ff
2)  Arvid Carlsson (Medicine, 2000)




Hans von Euler-Chelpin ff

3)   Hans von Euler-Chelpin (Chemistry, 1929)




Walter Rudolf Hess ff

4)   Walter Rudolf Hess (Medicine, 1949)



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5)   Corneille Jean-Francois Heymans (Medicine, 1938)



    Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood

6)  Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood  (Chemistry, 1956)



Joshua Lederberg ff

7)  Joshua Lederberg Hinshelwood (Chemistry, 1956)



William P. Murphy ff

8)   William P. Murphy (Medicine , 1934)



Giulio Nutta

9)   Giulio Natta (Chemistry, 1963)



Robert Robinson ff

 10)  Sir Robert Robinson (Chemistry, 1947)



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11)  Nicolai Semenov (Chemistry, 1956)



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12)  James B. Sumner (Chemistry, 1946)



Hugo Theorell

13)   Hugo Theorell (Medicine1955)



Artturi Ilmaari Virtanen ff

14)  Artturi Virtanen (Chemistry, 1945)





15)  Professor Henri Moissan1906 Nobel Prize in Chemistry )



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16)  Albert Schatz    toxicity of fluoride

Green strip

In a 2005 interview, Dr. Arvid Carlsson noted that
“fluoridation is against all modern principles of pharmacology. 
It’s obsolete. I don’t think anybody in Sweden, not a single dentist, 
would bring up this question anymore.”  [See image #2 above.]


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F. Prof who are skeptical


Some one needs to explain to me why wanting clean
drinking water makes you an activist, and
why proposing to destroy water with
chemical warfare doesn’t make
a corporation a terrorist-
 Winona LaDuke