Got some fan art for Unicorn Brigade! @loligator captured Roy's smug-ass attitude pretty damn well I think!

thumb_up8thumb_downchat_bubble

More from Calbeck

repeat
1.34k views
The teaser to my Blackout superhero comic is now out, as promised. View it here. Will continue it if there is enough interest. #comicsgate #comics #webcomics #comicbooks #superheroes https://imgur.com/gallery/Mizmfl3
1.34k views · Mar 3rd
Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fluoridians have arrived -XD

This is why I do not use conventional toothpaste!! Ingesting Fluoride is HARMFUL! Excess fluoride was discovered to lead to: Skeletal fluorosis - a health problem caused by excess accumulation of fluoride in bone, characterized by pain and tenderness of major joints as well as brittle bones and increased risk of bone fractures. Dental fluorosis - tooth discoloration and pitting Thyroid dysfunction - fluoride competitively binds to iodine and slows the production of thyroid hormones (Peckham and Awofeso, 2014). This can lead to hypothyroidism, a disorder in which the body produces too little thyroid hormone, which can lead to a multitude of symptoms, including weight gain, depression, fatigue, and cognitive problems. There is also evidence that supports that chronic fluoride exposure is a possible cause of uterine and bladder cancer (Peckham and Awofeso, 2014). THERE IS UNEQUIVOCAL EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THAT FLUORIDE TOXICITY CAN HARM THE BRAIN. FLUORIDE TOXICITY HAS BEEN RELATED TO: 1. DECREASED IQ AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN CHILDREN -A multitude of studies have been published on the harm that it can create within the developing brain of children. In 2012, Harvard published a meta-analysis of 27 different fluoride studies, and found that fluoride exposure was associated with reduced IQ in children. -Moreover, in 26 of these studies, there was a relationship between high levels of fluoride and reduced IQ. -A review published in the Lancet concluded that fluoride is a neurotoxin that damages the developing brain, thus increasing the risk of autism, developmental delay, ADHD, and learning disabilities. 2. POOR SLEEP BY DAMAGING THE PINEAL GLAND Fluoride can cross the blood brain barrier (the special protective layer between the blood vessels and the brain) and deposits itself in brain tissue. When fluoride binds to aluminum, another common molecule ingested regularly, it becomes even more permeable to the blood brain barrier and thus can damage neurons more easily. -The pineal gland secretes a hormone called melatonin, which is important for regulating our sleep patterns. Melatonin is also a potent antioxidant and neuroprotector. Calcification of the pineal gland leads to impaired melatonin secretion. Reduced melatonin can lead to insomnia. Reduced melatonin levels are also observed in various diseases, such as dementia, mood disorders, severe pain, cancer, and diabetes type 2 (Hardeland, 2012). 3. POOR MEMORY AND LEARNING BY DAMAGING THE HIPPOCAMPUS -Fluoride can induce neuron damage and increase inflammation in rat brains, especially within the hippocampus (Yang et al, 2018). The hippocampus is a region in the brain that allows us to learn and form new memories

49 views · Mar 4th

More from Calbeck

repeat
1.34k views
The teaser to my Blackout superhero comic is now out, as promised. View it here. Will continue it if there is enough interest. #comicsgate #comics #webcomics #comicbooks #superheroes https://imgur.com/gallery/Mizmfl3
1.34k views · Mar 3rd
Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fluoridians have arrived -XD

This is why I do not use conventional toothpaste!! Ingesting Fluoride is HARMFUL! Excess fluoride was discovered to lead to: Skeletal fluorosis - a health problem caused by excess accumulation of fluoride in bone, characterized by pain and tenderness of major joints as well as brittle bones and increased risk of bone fractures. Dental fluorosis - tooth discoloration and pitting Thyroid dysfunction - fluoride competitively binds to iodine and slows the production of thyroid hormones (Peckham and Awofeso, 2014). This can lead to hypothyroidism, a disorder in which the body produces too little thyroid hormone, which can lead to a multitude of symptoms, including weight gain, depression, fatigue, and cognitive problems. There is also evidence that supports that chronic fluoride exposure is a possible cause of uterine and bladder cancer (Peckham and Awofeso, 2014). THERE IS UNEQUIVOCAL EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THAT FLUORIDE TOXICITY CAN HARM THE BRAIN. FLUORIDE TOXICITY HAS BEEN RELATED TO: 1. DECREASED IQ AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN CHILDREN -A multitude of studies have been published on the harm that it can create within the developing brain of children. In 2012, Harvard published a meta-analysis of 27 different fluoride studies, and found that fluoride exposure was associated with reduced IQ in children. -Moreover, in 26 of these studies, there was a relationship between high levels of fluoride and reduced IQ. -A review published in the Lancet concluded that fluoride is a neurotoxin that damages the developing brain, thus increasing the risk of autism, developmental delay, ADHD, and learning disabilities. 2. POOR SLEEP BY DAMAGING THE PINEAL GLAND Fluoride can cross the blood brain barrier (the special protective layer between the blood vessels and the brain) and deposits itself in brain tissue. When fluoride binds to aluminum, another common molecule ingested regularly, it becomes even more permeable to the blood brain barrier and thus can damage neurons more easily. -The pineal gland secretes a hormone called melatonin, which is important for regulating our sleep patterns. Melatonin is also a potent antioxidant and neuroprotector. Calcification of the pineal gland leads to impaired melatonin secretion. Reduced melatonin can lead to insomnia. Reduced melatonin levels are also observed in various diseases, such as dementia, mood disorders, severe pain, cancer, and diabetes type 2 (Hardeland, 2012). 3. POOR MEMORY AND LEARNING BY DAMAGING THE HIPPOCAMPUS -Fluoride can induce neuron damage and increase inflammation in rat brains, especially within the hippocampus (Yang et al, 2018). The hippocampus is a region in the brain that allows us to learn and form new memories

49 views · Mar 4th