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Bloom was not a racist, but he was a strong advocate for open-mindedness towards people with different views, and he believed it was in our best interest to listen to those who believed in unpolitically correct theories, such as scientific racism.
I ran into scientific racism again with the Bell Curve by Herrnstein and Murray.
In fact, the study that originally connected nitrates with cancer risk and caused the scare in the first place has since been discredited after being subjected to a peer review.
There have been major reviews of the scientific literature that found no link between nitrates or nitrites and human cancers, or even evidence to suggest that they may be carcinogenic. It may surprise you to learn that the vast majority of nitrate/nitrite exposure comes not from food, but from endogenous sources within the body.
After years of debating and exploring “Human Biodiversity” (HBD), a.k.a.
“Scientific” Racism, I thought it might be good for me to say my final word–much as I did with the Pick Up Artist debate.
These products use “natural” sources of the same chemical like celery and beet juice and sea salt, and are no more free from nitrates and nitrites than standard cured meats.
As long as there is an IR disparity, there will be PUA, and as long as there is racism, there will be scientific racists, so I know that this discussion will most likely continue long after this post.
Even if nitrites were harmful, cured meats are not a significant source, as the USDA only allows 120 parts per million in hot dogs and bacon.
Also, during the curing process, most of the nitrite forms nitric oxide, which binds to iron and gives hot dogs and bacon their characteristic pink color.
It may shock you to learn that one serving of arugula, two servings of butter lettuce, and four servings of celery or beets all have more nitrite than 467 hot dogs.
(2) And your own saliva has more nitrites than all of them!