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Mt. Hitchcock Spring, Wales, MA

16 July, 2009, 9:47 pm
This spring is on the southern boundary of Brimfield State Forest. Cold, crystal clear water from white PVC. Clearly visable from the road. Very secluded, quiet area with miles of hiking nearby.
Nearest Address
Post Office on Monson Rd. in Wales, Ma.
Directions from Nearest Address
From Wales, Ma. Turn onto Monson Road at the Post Office and go [...]

Chickadee Spring, Ludlow, PA

16 July, 2009, 9:35 pm
Hands down the purest, freshest water in the area (even a grade above nearby Wildcat Spring), though Chickadee Spring is visited by very few because it is more remote and not well known. This spring flows from the bedrock of the Allegheny Wilderness into a simple spring box with a metal pipe. The flow is [...]

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Neuromelanin is found into the eyes and in Substantia Nigra and Locus Coeruleus from brain. People with more eye melanin have less occurrence of macular degeneration; people with less eye melanin have greater occurrence of macular degeneration. About 15% of our original supply of melanin is lost in the eye by the age of forty and about 25% is lost by the age of fifty.

The brain center with the deepest pigmentation is the Locus Coeruleus or black dot.

The Locus Coeruleus supplies the pineal gland with norepinephrine. The less melanin, the more calcified the pineal gland and less access the individual has to the spiritual world.

Women with a calcified pineal gland (associated with a low production of melatonin) have a significantly greater risk of developing breast cancer.

The pineal gland secretes melatonin, which activates the pituitary to release M.S.H. (Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone). It is in the melanocytes that melanin (Greek “melas”=black) is produced. Melanin is somewhat analogous to chlorophyll in plants.

Neuromelanin consists mostly of dopamine with 10-20% incorporation of cysteine. X ray diffraction studies have shown that neuromelanin has a multi-layer (graphite-like) three dimensional structure similar to synthetic and naturally occurring melanins, but, these layers are stacked much higher in neuromelanin than in any other synthetic and naturally occurring melanins.

Neuromelanin was identified as a genuine melanin with a strong chelating ability for iron and an afinity for compounds such as lipids, pesticides, and MPP+.

It plays a protective role by inactivating the iron ions that induce oxidative stress.

When free neuronal iron increases to the point where neuromelanin becomes saturated and it starts to catalyse the production of free radicals, neuromelanin would become cytotoxic.

Because hydrogen peroxide can degrade neuromelanin, the pigmented neurones could loose this putatively protective agent.

(so why are they putting it in water: may cause cancer; contains lead and arsenic)
The consequence is a release of iron and other cytotoxic metals or compounds from neuromelanin that accelerates neuronal death, as in Parkinson’s disease.

The most consistent pathological finding in Parkinson’s disease is degeneration of the melanin-containing cells in the pars compacta of the substantia nigra. The more profound degree of hypomelanization found in the right substantia nigra explains the left (side of body) predominance of parkinson symptomsism.

Copper oxidizes catecholamines such as dopamine and therefore propagates neurotoxin formation. The brain may fail to store excess catecholamines, a job normally reserved for neuromelanin, and hence allow free circulation of neurotoxins (Smythies, 2000; Hoffer, 1981; Hoffer, 1973). This might under certain circumstances contribute to synaptic deletion. Abnormalities in this neuromelanin storage pathway may be considered causative factors in schizophrenia or Parkinson's disease.

This biochemical theory was the first presented in medical literature by Dr. Abram Hoffer M.D., Ph.D. and Dr. Humphry Osmond M.R.C.P., D.P.M. This theory is called the adrenochrome hypothesis.

The ability of neuromelanin to chelate other redox active metals such as copper, manganese, chromium, and toxic metals including cadmium, mercury, and lead strengthens the hypothesis that neuromelanin is a high capacity storage trapping system for metal ions and prevent s neuronal damage.

The afinity of neuromelanin for a variety of inorganic and organic toxins is consistent with the protective function for neuromelanin.

  • chelate: Medicine To remove (a heavy metal, such as lead or mercury) from the bloodstream by means of a chelate

  • So why would you put Hydrogen Peroxide in the water when in fact African people have a higher concentration of melanin???

  • Hydrogen Peroxide contains lead and arsenic
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Neuromelanin, Iron and Ferritin in Locus Ceruleus as Potential Determinants of Selective Neuronal Vulnerability

Luigi Zecca, M.D., Ph.D.

Another area of the basal ganglia, the locus ceruleus (LC), is nearly as damaged in PD brains as is the substantia nigra (SN). The healthy LC also contains high levels of neuromelanin, a substance thought to have the ability to protect against against neurotoxicity. Dr. Luigi Zecca and his colleagues at the Institute of Advance Biomedical Technologies (Segrate, Itay) will confirm the relationship between the cell losses of the LC and the presence of depression and dementia in PD patients, seeking to determine both the concentrations to trace metals (iron and ferritin) in PD brain tissue and methods of decreasing their effects on the degenerative process. Their work will be done in tissue autopsied from healthy humans who died without neurologic or psychiatric disease and compared with tissue from known PD patients.

Neuromelanin, Iron and Ferritin in Locus Ceruleus as Potential Determinants of Selective Neuronal Vulnerability - The Parkinson Alliance


Byline: Angela M. Lemire Staff Writer 1999 Daily News

Six months after it was cited for providing unhealthful drinking waterdrinking water

The 2-inch-thick report, prepared for the state Department of Health ServicesDepartment of Health Services may refer to:
  • Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
  • California Department of Health Services a California state agency
..... Click the link for more information. by Boyle Engineering Corp., of Fresno, also dispels rumors that the water wholesaler falsified documents relating to relating to relate prep → concernant

relating to relate prep → bezüglich +gen, mit Bezug auf +acc incidents that occurred Oct. 8 to 17. During that time, diluted hydrogen peroxide contained in recycled wastewater accidentally was mixed with potable potable /pot·a·ble/ (po´tah-b'l) fit to drink.

Fit to drink; drinkable.


fit to drink. water and distributed to customers of the Valencia and Santa ClaritaSanta Clarita, city (1990 pop. 110,642), Los Angeles co., S Calif., suburb 30 mi (48 km) NW of downtown Los Angeles, on the Santa Clara River; inc. 1987. Situated in the Santa Clara valley and nearby canyons, Santa Clarita includes the former towns of Canyon Country,
..... Click the link for more information. water companies.

The long-awaited report came as a relief to Castaic Water officials, who had disputed the state's Dec. 18 citation that they had failed to provide safe and healthy drinking water.

``The initial citation was disconcerting dis·con·cert
tr.v. dis·con·cert·ed, dis·con·cert·ing, dis·con·certs
1. To upset the self-possession of; ruffle. See Synonyms at embarrass.

2. at best for the agency,'' spokeswoman Kiza Stratton said. ``The agency is in the business of providing safe, potable water to the public . . . At no time did water leave the plant that was unhealthy, and the report says that.''

However, the final report does conclude that a potential for danger existed, as a result of inadequate notification procedures. Following the hydrogen peroxide leak, Castaic Water waited 11 days before notifying state officials.

``While the incident didn't cause any significant health consequences, there was a potential for causing serious harm to thousands of water consumers and plant employees,'' the report said.

The final report, which can be reviewed by the public at the Rio Vista Treatment Plant in Saugus, investigated events that unfolded after a leak was discovered in an above-ground, 6,000-gallon hydrogen peroxide storage tank.

The leak was contained in a concrete well at the Rio Vista site and diluted with water. Some 3,500 gallons of the diluted solution was moved the next day to two sludge-drying beds.

Increased turbidity turbidity /tur·bid·i·ty/ (ter-bid´i-te) cloudiness; disturbance of solids (sediment) in a solution, so that it is not clear.tur´bid


The cloudiness or lack of transparency of a solution.

Recycled wastewater from one of the beds was brought back into the front of the plant with incoming water from a clear well. The chemical reaction reduced chlorine and PH levels but caused some turbidity in the water.

The increased turbidity was noticed by workers on Oct. 15, and they shut down one well at 10:25 a.m. The entire system was shut down at 5:45 p.m.

Workers notified the Department of Health Services after receiving complaints from retailers, whose residential users complained about water quality.

The DHS DHS Department of Homeland Security (USA)
DHS Department of Human Services
DHS Department of Health Services
DHS Demographic and Health Surveys
DHS Dirhams (Morocco national currency) requested an incident report on Oct. 16, but Castaic Water didn't submit one until Oct. 27. State officials questioned the report's accuracy, and issued a citation on Dec. 18, saying the agency had provided inadequate notification to consumers and the DHS and had failed to provide healthful health·ful
1. Conducive to good health; salutary.

2. Healthy.

healthful·ness n. water to customers.

Since then, engineers who reviewed the records of the Valencia and Santa Clarita water companies also investigated complaints of several customers about poor water quality. They found that none, however, involved complaints of foul odors or taste.

Discoloration dis·col·or·a·tion
a. The act of discoloring.

b. The condition of being discolored.

2. A discolored spot, smudge, or area; a stain.

Noun 1. cited

Rather, the complaints on record concerned discoloration in the water, thought to have resulted when Castaic Water stirred up sediment when it voluntarily shut down and later restarted its pumping system after the Oct. 8 leak.

Because records at the retailers revealed adequate levels of bacteria-killing chlorine in the water supply they received from Castaic, investigators concluded the water was safe.

As a result of the findings, Castaic Water must update its policies and procedures Policies and Procedures are a set of documents that describe an organization's policies for operation and the procedures necessary to fulfill the policies. They are often initiated because of some external requirement, such as environmental compliance or other governmental so that its employees, four area water retailers and state officials are notified of all emergencies or abnormalities in a timely manner.

Other recommendations call for the company to monitor wells for hydrogen peroxide; install alarms that would detect abnormally low levels of chlorine, as well as high levels of turbidity in the water; and automate the emergency procedures.

Castaic Water had manual emergency procedures in place at the time of the spill, Stratton said, and the agency did not address exact procedures for all potential chemical spills.

Those procedures now will be automated and tracked by a computer to override human error and track their implementation, Stratton said.

``These were all good ideas and will help the agency to better do our job at providing water,'' said Stratton. ``No matter who is on duty, everything they need to do will be spelled out, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.''

Response procedures

Many of the streamlined procedures already have been implemented, while others are in the process of being installed.

Automating the emergency response procedures is taking the longest to implement, as it coincides with Y2K See Y2K problem and Y2K compliant.

Y2K - Year 2000 compliance upgrades, but that phase is expected to be completed in the next two months, she said.

Bulk storage of hydrogen peroxide, which the company used infrequently to enhance the aesthetic quality of the water's color and odor, has been discontinued. However the water company will keep a 55-gallon drum at Rio Vista and the Earle Schmidt Treatment plants for emergency purposes.

``Hydrogen peroxide is rarely used, so if it's needed, a larger supply can always be delivered. And if it's immediately needed, we'd have that small amount that's accessible,'' said Stratton.


Department of Public Health
Drinking Water Program
Headquarters Office
1616 Capitol Ave
PO Box 997377, MS 7400
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377

Hydrogen peroxide is added to the drinking water of poultry as an aid in keeping water lines clean and as a potential disinfectant.

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Material Safety Data Sheet

Ashland Chemical Co. Date Prepared: 12/14/95 Date Printed: 06/22/99 MSDS No: 999.0190478-004.001I HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 70%(DIL TO SG SPEC) __________________________________________________ ________________________ 1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Material Identity Product Name: HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 70%(DIL TO SG SPEC) General or Generic ID: PEROXIDE Company Emergency Telephone Number: Ashland Chemical Co. 1-800-ASHLAND (1-800-274-5263) P.O. Box 2219 24 hours everyday Columbus, OH 43216 614-790-3333 Regulatory Information Number: 1-800-325-3751 __________________________________________________ ________________________ 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Ingredient(s) CAS Number % (by weight) -------------------------------------------- ------------- ------------- HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 7722-84-1 68.0- 72.0 WATER 7732-18-5 28.0- 32.0 __________________________________________________ ________________________ 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Potential Health Effects Eye Can cause permanent eye injury. Symptoms include stinging, tearing, redness, and swelling of eyes. Can injure the cornea and cause blindness. Eye effects may be delayed. Skin Can cause skin irritation. Symptoms may include redness and burning of skin, and other skin damage. Additional symptoms of skin contact may include: skin blistering abnormal coloring of the skin Swallowing Swallowing this material may be harmful or fatal. Ingestion of high concentrations causes rapid release of oxygen which may expand the esophagus or stomach resulting in severe damage (bleeding, ulceration or perforation). Inhalation Breathing of vapor or mist is possible. Symptoms of Exposure Signs and symptoms of exposure to this material through breathing, swallowing, and/or passage of the material through the skin may include: stomach or intestinal upset (nausea, ing, diarrhea) irritation (nose, throat, airways). Target Organ Effects No data Developmental Information Based on the available information, risk to the fetus from maternal exposure to this material cannot be assessed. Cancer Information Based on the available information, this material cannot be classified with regard to carcinogenicity. Other Health Effects No data Primary Route(s) of Entry No data __________________________________________________ ________________________ 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Eyes If material gets into the eyes, immediately flush eyes gently with water for at least 15 minutes while holding eyelids apart. If symptoms develop as a result of vapor exposure, immediately move individual away from exposure and into fresh air before flushing as recommended above. Seek immediate medical attention. Skin Immediately flush skin with water for at least 15 minutes while removing contaminated clothing and shoes. Seek immediate medical attention. Wash clothing before reuse and discard contaminated shoes. Swallowing Seek medical attention. If individual is drowsy or unconscious, do not give anything by mouth; place individual on the left side with the head down. Contact a physician, medical facility, or poison control center for advice about whether to induce ing. If possible, do not leave individual unattended. Inhalation If symptoms develop, move individual away from exposure and into fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention. If breathing is difficult, administer oxygen. Keep person warm and quiet; seek immediate medical attention. Note to Physicians Preexisting disorders of the following organs (or organ systems) may be aggravated by exposure to this material: skin, lung (for example, asthma-like conditions). __________________________________________________ ________________________ 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Flash Point Not applicable Explosive Limit Not applicable Autoignition Temperature No data Hazardous Products of Combustion May form: acetic acid. Fire and Explosion Hazards Substance is an oxidizer. Will increase fire hazard if in contact with combustibles. Extinguishing Media water fog, carbon dioxide, dry chemical. Fire Fighting Instructions Wear a self-contained breathing apparatus with a full facepiece operated in the positive pressure demand mode with appropriate turn-out gear and chemical resistant personal protective equipment. Refer to the personal protective equipment section of this MSDS. NFPA Rating Not determined __________________________________________________ ________________________ 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Small Spill Absorb liquid on vermiculite, floor absorbent, or other absorbent material and transfer to hood. Large Spill Eliminate all ignition sources (flares, flames including pilot lights, electrical sparks). Persons not wearing protective equipment should be excluded from area of spill until clean-up has been completed. Stop spill at source. Prevent from entering drains, sewers, streams or other bodies of water. Prevent from spreading. If runoff occurs, notify authorities as required. Pump or vacuum transfer spilled product to clean containers for recovery. Absorb unrecoverable product. Transfer contaminated absorbent, soil and other materials to containers for disposal. Prevent run-off to sewers, streams or other bodies of water. If run-off occurs, notify proper authorities as required, that a spill has occurred. Persons not wearing protective equipment should be excluded from area of spill until clean-up has been completed. Stop spill at source, dike area of spill to prevent spreading, pump liquid to salvage tank. Remaining liquid may be taken up on sand, clay, earth, floor absorbent, or other absorbent material and shoveled into containers. __________________________________________________ ________________________ 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling Containers of this material may be hazardous when emptied. Since emptied containers retain product residues (vapor, liquid, and/or solid), all hazard precautions given in the data sheet must be observed. __________________________________________________ ________________________ 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION Eye Protection Chemical splash goggles and face shield (8" min.) in compliance with OSHA regulations are advised; however, OSHA regulations also permit other type safety glasses. (Consult your industrial hygienist.) Skin Protection Wear impervious gloves (consult your safety equipment supplier). To prevent skin contact, wear impervious clothing and boots.. Respiratory Protections If workplace exposure limit(s) of product or any component is exceeded (see exposure guidelines), a NIOSH/MSHA approved air supplied respirator is advised in absence of proper environmental control. OSHA regulations also permit other NIOSH/MSHA respirators (negative pressure type) under specified conditions (see your industrial hygienist). Engineering or administrative controls should be implemented to reduce exposure. Engineering Controls Provide sufficient mechanical (general and/or local exhaust) ventilation to maintain exposure below TLV(s). Exposure Guidelines Component ---------- HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (7722-84-1) OSHA VPEL 1.000 ppm - TWA ACGIH TLV 1.000 ppm - TWA WATER (7732-18-5) No exposure limits established __________________________________________________ ________________________ 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Boiling Point (for component) 212.0 F (100.0 C) @ 760 mmHg Vapor Pressure (for component) 17.500 mmHg @ 68.00 F Specific Vapor Density 1.020 @ AIR=1 Specific Gravity 1.288 @ 68.00 F Liquid Density 10.750 lbs/gal @ 68.00 F 1.288 kg/l @ 20.00 C Percent Volatiles 99.8 % Evaporation Rate SLOWER THAN ETHYL ETHER Appearance No data State LIQUID Physical Form No data Color No data Odor No data pH .5 __________________________________________________ ________________________ 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Hazardous Polymerization Product will not undergo hazardous polymerization. Hazardous Decomposition No data Chemical Stability Stable. Avoid heat, open flame, and prolonged storage at elevated temperatures. Incompatibility Avoid contact with: combustible materials, copper, cyanides, ferrous metals, heavy metals, organic materials, reducing agents, strong oxidizing agents. __________________________________________________ ________________________ 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data __________________________________________________ ________________________ 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data __________________________________________________ ________________________ 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION Waste Management Information Dispose of in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations. __________________________________________________ ________________________ 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION DOT Information - 49 CFR 172.101 DOT Description: No data Container/Mode: No data NOS Component: None RQ (Reportable Quantity) - 49 CFR 172.101 Product Quantity (lbs) Component ---------------------- -------------------------------------------------- 1429 HYDROGEN PEROXIDE __________________________________________________ ________________________ 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION US Federal Regulations TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) Status TSCA (UNITED STATES) The intentional ingredients of this product are listed. CERCLA RQ - 40 CFR 302.4(a) None listed SARA 302 Components - 40 CFR 355 Appendix A Section 302 Component(s) TPQ (lbs) RQ (lbs) ----------------------------------------- ----------- --------- HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 1000 1000 Section 311/312 Hazard Class - 40 CFR 370.2 Immediate(X) Delayed( ) Fire( ) Reactive( ) Sudden Release of Pressure( ) SARA 313 Components - 40 CFR 372.65 None International Regulations Inventory Status Not determined State and Local Regulations California Proposition 65 The following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986: This product contains the following substance(s) known to the state of California to cause cancer. LEAD The following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986: This product contains the following substance(s) known to the state of California to cause reproductive harm. LEAD and ARSENIC New Jersey RTK Label Information HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 7722-84-1 Pennsylvania RTK Label Information HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (CONC >52%) 7722-84-1 __________________________________________________ ________________________ 16. OTHER INFORMATION The information accumulated herein is believed to be accurate but is not warranted to be whether originating with the company or not. Recipients are advised to confirm in advance of need that the information is current, applicable, and suitable to their circumstances. Last page

May cause cancer...Lead and Arsenic. May cause Parkinson, depression, dementia, and death too...

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