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[Merged] Aspartame made using sewage?

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Proof: Aspartame is grown on human sewage in Augusta, Georgia

ou've got to see this to believe it, go and look at this map:

http://goo.gl/maps/Oq9sb

the map is zoomed in a bit close to capture the detail of the sewage ponds,

try scanning it first at the original zoom setting (in order to see the huge poop

ponds beside the Nutra Sweet plant). Then, after that, zoom out and you'll see that the Nutra Sweet plant is adjacent to Augusta's main sewage treatment plant. They are right beside each other. This is mind blowing . The sewage

plant has tertiary poop ponds of filtered/treated waste water, and then if you

scroll the satellite map just a bit farther North , you see the exact same type of sewage collection ponds right beside the Nutra Sweet plant. Furthermore, some of the ponds are filled with brown sewage slime. I am going to have to do some

screen caps of all this , as I know how lazy people can be about reading these things. A visual satellite graphic or series of them properly labeled is a lot better way of showing this.

Augusta is the second biggest city in Georgia, after Atlanta. That's a lot of

sewage.

The Nutrasweet (aspartame) factory in Augusta, Georgia ( 1762 Lovers Lane, Augusta, GA 30901)

is surrounded by bacterial collecting ponds smack beside the

main Augusta, Georgia sewage treatment facility at Phinizy Swamp (James B. Messerly Waste Water Treatment Plant - 1820 Doug Barnard Parkway, Augusta, GA, United States)

The James B. Messerly WWTP treats approximately 34 MGD of raw sewage from the collection system. The plant is a conventional activated sludge plant followed by wetlands for tertiary treatment

This means they are making aspartame out of the Augusta, Georgia sewage water. Go look at the map. The Nutrasweet factory is right on the same

wetlands region beside the Savannah River, there are huge brown lakes

of sewage right beside the Nutrasweet factory:

http://goo.gl/maps/Oq9sb

Needless to say, the whole area would stink , so I googled

Augusta, Georgia smell

and look what came up:

https://www.google.c... smell&safe=off

http://www.rense.com/general88/alias.htm

read the blurbs on stinky Augusta here:

http://www.urbandict...erm=Augusta, GA

http://www.topix.com...FQ19GL9MTI2MEKP

http://chronicle.aug...-27/whats-smell

The stench of Augusta greets you before you arrive, as I've often noticed on returning from N. Georgia. The two biggest offenders are Federal Paperboard, Hwy. 56, and the Waste Water Treatment plant on 56 loop. When the cloud cover is low it doesn't allow for dissipation, but some of the worst days for the smell seem to be over the weekend and it can seep into your house on occasion. I can't hold my breath long enough to get past the waste treatment plant some days and can't imagine why any business would want to locate in that area. Weren't they looking into selling some airport property to a business and didn't that fall through? While Federal Paperboard has made improvements over the years there's still room for more.

The entire thread is a must read, there is more and more convincing evidence posted (better satellite images, then its revealed the Aspartame plant is smack below the urea (urine & sewage) nitrogen fertilizer plant just north of it)

read the whole thing here:

http://letsrollforum...man-t30343.html

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I've read it and you still failed to prove that aspartame is made from sewage, not one link supports it. Good job.

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I'm old enough to choose what I want to eat and drink.

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You're drawing conclusions that this stuff is grown on human sewage and Google maps images do not equate to proof!

I Googled Aspartame and sewage together and got returns that were mostly forum sites including one from davidicke.com/forum

I don't see anything to substantiate your claims. If you have some definitive proof, please zero in on that instead of offering a huge post with many links. Most people will not read or go to all of the links in your post......

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I agree, but anyone who knows that Aspartame is made from the excretions of e-coli bacteria will find the research interesting to say the least.

It should have been given a different title, such as 'emerging proof' or whatever would suit you better. Or posed as a question,

Aspartame made from sewage?

It is still pretty compelling research , to anyone who knows that aspartame is the secretions of e-coli bacteria, to find out the very nutrasweet factory is squeezed in between the main sewage treatment plant in Augusta and the nitrogen fertilizer plant (which recycles high-nitrogen human waste into nitrogen fertilizer.)

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I lived just outside of Augusta in the mid 80's and yes it stunk, from paper mills. Paper mills stink! Lived near one in Virginia, too.

Lots of logging trucks on the road to Augusta and home to a famous paper manufacturer. Can't remember the name offhand.

Googled it, Georgia-Pacific.

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If the Nutra Sweet plant is nearby a sewage treatment plant, aspartame is made from sewage?

its not just nearby a sewage treatment plant, did you not even read it or look at the satellite view of the region.

It is right beside the sewage treatment plant, and surrounded by ponds/swamps identical to those surrounding

the sewage treatment plant. The nutrasweet plant even has small square pools of green slime right inside the

factory grounds which are identical to the sewage ponds at both the Waste Treatment facility and at the

Nitrogen sewage fertilizer plant smack beside it.

Here we have a product which was scandalously exposed to be made using e-coli bacteria, and then it turns

out that the factory is surrounded by sewage pools.

Aspartame is Made of GMO Bacteria Feces PART - 1

http://tv.naturalnew...0A60CA7A2B9A48D

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I agree, but anyone who knows that Aspartame is made from the excretions of e-coli bacteria will find the research interesting to say the least.

So is the vitamin c that you get as a supplement. So what.

And there are two ways to produce aspartame, one is chemical synthesis, the other is using Thermolysin from Bacillus thermoproteolyticus.

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Augusta stinks from way more than the big Kimberly Clark Kotex/diaper plant across the river. It is crammed full of gigantic chemical and fertilizer factories, slimy industrial canals, the Aspartame sewage installation, you name it, the whole area reeks. It doesn't help that Augusta is located in sweltering hot and humid Georgia.

Read the thread instead of making ignorant generalizations . A lot of good research and information there:

http://letsrollforums.com/proof-aspartame-grown-human-t30343.html

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Read the thread instead of making ignorant generalizations . A lot of good research and information there:

http://letsrollforum...man-t30343.html

No, that is what you call clutching at straws. All you've done is stated Augusta stinks, shown a Nutra Sweet plant near a sewage plant then described how sewage is treated. Utterly pathetic, the lack of thinking skills shown in that thread doesn't help either. Edited by Rlyeh
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I wonder if there is such a thing as water that hasn't been through a sewage treatment plant. Actually I might prefer such water considering all the untreated stuff that goes into our water supply.

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I wonder if there is such a thing as water that hasn't been through a sewage treatment plant. Actually I might prefer such water considering all the untreated stuff that goes into our water supply.

When you drink water you will undoubtably take in a few molecules that passed through the bladders of a T. Rex and Oliver Cromwell.
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This thread is awesome. Gonna go grab a poop soda and some ice.

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The most cost effective method for manufacturing aspartame is to have genetically modified E.coli bacteria produce large amounts of phenylalanine – in essence, bacteria excretion – and combine it with amino acid.

This process was revealed in 1999 when the Independent newspaper in Britain investigated Monsanto after G8 leaders launched an inquiry into the safety of genetically modified food.

In 1999, The Independent published an article entitled “World’s top sweetener is made with GM bacteria,” which revealed that Monsanto was knowingly adding aspartame to soft drinks in the United States – and that aspartame is made from GM bacteria. This report, which remains one of the earliest disclosures on aspartame in a mainstream newspaper, received little attention after its publication – possibly because its implications were underestimated at the time – and it has long been forgotten.

http://www.naturalnews.com/041766_aspartame_GM_bacteria_patent.html#

video:

Part 1

http://tv.naturalnew...0A60CA7A2B9A48D

Part 2

http://tv.naturalnew...2DAE13240E3A76F

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This thread is awesome. Gonna go grab a poop soda and some ice.

Monsanto is going to try to keep a tight lid on this latest, for sure.

Too late, though. If you shake a soda enough, it doesn't take much

of a leak to make quite a mess. Well, this oughta shake things up ,

and the leak is on, big time.

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Of course.....

But it's safe to eat, right?

*coughs*

:lol:

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Well I'm not much for artificial sweeteners, but if you say it's bad then its gotta be good.

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You're persistent about this thesis of yours, aren't you. This is the second time at least.

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I read somewhere that this thing is stronger over 200 times then ordinary sugar. Is this same thing ( aspartame ) that is being used in many drinks too?

Hopefully someone can say if its too dangerous? Afterall its being produced via chemical process and i am suspicious about anything that comes from chemical works. God knows how much money this thing save for industries...

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People have been accusing artificial sweeteners of being poison for a long time now, for the most part without good cause. Nowhere near as bad for you as sugar, but be moderate.

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:w00t:

Using naturalnews as the source. Thats rich.

BTW, what CTers have to say about microorganisms producing alcohol (feces)? My goodness, we were drinking fecal beverages for ages... Ah, I get it, Monsanto traveled back in time, created yeast, and then collected money from brewers until patent expired. Chew on that CTers...

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People have been accusing artificial sweeteners of being poison for a long time now, for the most part without good cause. Nowhere near as bad for you as sugar, but be moderate.

Poison or not, the evidence of it being made from human waste is lacking.
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Poison or not, the evidence of it being made from human waste is lacking.

I don't care what it's made of. That would be an aesthetic rather than health issue.
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