Pheomelanin, the lesser form of the two primary forms of melanin, becomes carcinogenic when exposed to Ultraviolet Light. It is found in the in hair, skin, retinas, organs, lymph nodes, mental faculties and chiefly the Pineal Gland of Caucasians.
The American Medical Association (AMA), Center For Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) & Skin Cancer Foundation now warn Caucasians that their skin can begin burning in as little as 10 minutes when directly exposed to Sunlight.
The West does not recognize the onslaught of the Sun & “his” forms of light against them as condemnation of their kind because of their historic, continued and unrestituted for atrocities against the Earth, humanity and even the Universe. Rather, they assert that the Sun has “harmful rays” that are present in our atmosphere as a result of the irresponsible use of toxins that damaged the Ozone Layer.
To combat these so called “harmful rays,” and with skin “cancer” and melanoma now recognized as at epidemic levels and the fastest growing of all “cancers” affecting mankind, Western science is engaging in a battery of methods to protect themselves.
(Above) In response to the increased Ultraviolet Light in our atmosphere, the West has produced the UV Index guide and, to determine how much time they should spend in direct sunlight, advises Caucasians to refer to it daily.
One of the chief ways Western science advises whites they can protect their skin from UV Light is through the use of a topical application it calls “sunscreen(s).” Sunscreen(s) contain a combination of synthetic chemicals, that are assigned a skin protection factor (SPF), and are suppose to provide creatures whose skin is composed of pheomelanin with limited protection from The Sun of God’s Ultraviolet rays. This “limited protection” is meant to provide them additional time in the Sun.
The usefulness of and healthiness of using SPFs, however, has come under question in recent years and, now is even proven to be as toxic to the skin as Ultraviolet Light.
According to the Environmental Work Group (EWG), there are two main concerns about sunscreen; the false sense of protection that they offer, and the chemicals that they contain.
Only 8% of the beach and sport sunscreens (39 out of 500) offer sufficient protection and healthier ingredients to earn the EWG’s “green” rating. (Link)
According to the Skin Cancer Foundation: Clothes can protect your skin against the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. But not all clothing is created equal. That white T-shirt you slip on at the beach when you feel your skin burning provides only moderate protection from sunburn, with an average ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) of 7. At the other end of the spectrum, a long-sleeved dark denim shirt offers an estimated UPF of 1,700 – which amounts to a complete sun block.
The color of the fabric also plays a role. Darker-colored fabrics are more effective than lighter at blocking out the sun. For instance, the UPF of a green cotton T-shirt is 10 versus 7 for white cotton, and a thicker fabric such as velvet in black, blue or dark green has an approximate UPF of 50.
When selecting clothes for sun protection, consider fabrics that have been specially treated with chemical UV absorbers, known as colorless dyes. These prevent some peneetration of both UVB and UVA rays. (Link)
With 2010 being regarded as “the hottest year on record” and the coming years forecast to be “even hotter,” what a drag to have to suit up in all those long sleeve clothes!
Because large amounts of carcinogenic pheomelanin are also present in the retinas of Caucasians’ eyes, The American Medical Association (AMA), Center For Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) & The Skin Cancer Foundation are also warning them that they are “most at risk” for Macular Degeneration: There are good scientific reasons to be concerned that UV absorption by the eye may contribute to age-related changes in the eye and a number of serious eye diseases. (Link)
Along with the other reccomendations of the AMA, CDC, WHO & Skin Cancer Foundation, they also admonish Caucasians to wear “wide brimmed hat.”
“Slap on a wide-brimmed hat,” the researchers at Www.SkinCarePhysicians.com advise whites. “A wide-brimmed hat shades your face and neck from the sun’s rays. Wide-brimmed means the brim circles the entire hat and shades both the face and neck.”
Pills Western researchers claim can protect the epidermis of creatures composed of pheomelanin are the latest things on the market.
Along with the other reccomendations of AMA, CDC, WHO & Skin Cancer Foundation, the organizations admonish Caucasians they should wwear “big hat.”
“Slap on a wide-brimmed hat,” the researchers at Www.SkinCarePhysicians.com advise whites.
“A wide-brimmed hat shades your face and neck from the sun’s rays. Wide-brimmed means the brim circles the entire hat and shades both the face and neck.”
While it is said to have first began being used at sometime during the early part of the 20th century, the exact origin of the expression “everything but the kitchen sink” is unknown.
With each of the West’s preventive methods for protecting them form The Sun of God’s skin plague and melanoma damnation failing, it’s researchers might want to throw in The Kitchen Sink too.