Some of us find online computer games to be a good way to keep our brains from atrophying when we are disabled by all the toxic chemicals allowed to be used in everyday products and materials.
Here’s a game idea that we’d like developed:
It would have to have an adjustable, variable speed (some of our brains are very slow), as well as an on-off switch for sounds (some of us are also sound “sensitive” when our CNS has been fried from exposures).
The products that pop up can be virtually all regular laundry, cleaning, and personal care products, pesticides, new clothing, shoes, furniture, new electronics, most plastics, in fact, almost anything new. Toxic, health-harming petrochemicals are everywhere now!
The game could be turned into an educational tool too (instead of just a therapeutic tool) by including hyperlinks that inform what the known and suspected to-be-harmful and still-questionable chemicals are in each product, and what health effects they can cause! Scoring could be based on whacking (eliminating) the most toxic products first!
Can someone please make us this game?
In the meantime, here’s an existing way to be active in learning and changing the toxic world we currently live in to a safer one:
Mind the Store
Posted in Action, Brain, Chemicals, Environmental Health, Environmental Sensitivities, Products
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The evidence (and casualties) are piling up
– Articles about the neurotoxic pandemic
– From Harvard… on Everyday Toxic Trespass
– Powerful article about perfumes for children
– Pesticides in flea collars harm children too
– Important news about ALL pesticides
– Someday there will be less toxic clothing
– Driveway sealants are bad for Your health
– Doctors can’t be counted on to help treat oil related illnesses
– Illnesses linked to toxic chemicals increase health care costs
– Chemically injured woman has to sleep in a tent
– Some Things We Can Do
Why do we need much better laws and regulations to protect us and future generations? Have a look at the following articles:
Posted in Air Quality, Brain, Child Health, Environmental Health, Fragrance, Neurotoxicity, Pesticides, Toxic Trespass
Tagged asthma, autism, cancer, Chemicals, chemicals in clothing, end ecocide, fragrance chemicals, hazardous air pollutants, health care access for people with MCS/ES, MCS housing, mind the store, news, Research, toxic chemicals