Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Keith P Wals » Sat, 16 Jun 2007 02:51:02


Next week David Beckham, perhaps the most famous soccer star in the
world, is set to move from top Spanish club Real Madrid to join the
Los Angeles Galaxy in US Major League Soccer.

But no matter how wide a grin Beckham wears as he takes up his new 250
million dollar contract with the Galaxy, US soccer fans are unlikely
to catch a glimpse of any mercury fillings in Becks's pearly white
teeth - because it appears that he may have had all of his metal
amalgam fillings replaced several ago.

The 32 year old Beckham arrives in the US via Spain from London where
he was born and raised, and then from Manchester where he first became
a star playing for England's top club Manchester United from 1992 to
2003.

It was during his time in Manchester when Beckham appears to have
become just one of the celebrity patients of Dr Philip Wander,
self-styled "dentist to the stars" and a strict practitioner of
mercury-free dentistry at his surgery in central Manchester.

You can see testimonials from other top soccer professionals on Dr
Wander's website at:

http://www.wanderdental.co.uk/philipwander.html

- and you can also read his opinions on why he thinks that
mercury-based amalgams should not be used for filling teeth.

For example, here's what he says about the effects on the human body
of the electrical behavior of amalgam fillings:

"Nevertheless, as potentially damaging as mercury in the mouth is the
electricity itself. When testing teeth for electrical effects, I have
seen momentary sparks of up to one volt - enough to light a small
torch or flashlight. It's worth remembering that the currents
generated by amalgams are formed very close to the brain, which
ordinarily operated at far lower potentials (only a few millivolts).
The brain lies only a few millietres from the jaw bone, where the
roots of the teeth are inserted, just on the other side of the thin
cranial bone and the meninges (the three membranes enveloping the
brain and spinal cord). This kind of current can cause mental
dysfunction, which I often find in clinical practice."

That's a pretty sensational statement to make.

However, in spite of the controvertial nature of these claims, it
appears that there isn't anything that the British Dental Association
or any other organisation can do to discredit Dr Wander's opinions
scientifically.

" ... can cause mental dysfunction" !

Still, not that David Beckham should worry.

I think he'll be a great success in America.

So if anyone out there wants to "bend it like Beckham", then perhaps
they should have their amalgam fillings replaced too!

Keith P Walsh

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Baldoni XX » Sat, 16 Jun 2007 03:00:44

Keith P Walsh pretended :

Quote:
> Next week David Beckham, perhaps the most famous soccer star in the
> world, is set to move from top Spanish club Real Madrid to join the
> Los Angeles Galaxy in US Major League Soccer.

> But no matter how wide a grin Beckham wears as he takes up his new 250
> million dollar contract with the Galaxy, US soccer fans are unlikely
> to catch a glimpse of any mercury fillings in Becks's pearly white
> teeth - because it appears that he may have had all of his metal
> amalgam fillings replaced several ago.

> The 32 year old Beckham arrives in the US via Spain from London where
> he was born and raised, and then from Manchester where he first became
> a star playing for England's top club Manchester United from 1992 to
> 2003.

> It was during his time in Manchester when Beckham appears to have
> become just one of the celebrity patients of Dr Philip Wander,
> self-styled "dentist to the stars" and a strict practitioner of
> mercury-free dentistry at his surgery in central Manchester.

> You can see testimonials from other top soccer professionals on Dr
> Wander's website at:

> http://SportToday.org/

> - and you can also read his opinions on why he thinks that
> mercury-based amalgams should not be used for filling teeth.

> For example, here's what he says about the effects on the human body
> of the electrical behavior of amalgam fillings:

> "Nevertheless, as potentially damaging as mercury in the mouth is the
> electricity itself. When testing teeth for electrical effects, I have
> seen momentary sparks of up to one volt - enough to light a small
> torch or flashlight. It's worth remembering that the currents
> generated by amalgams are formed very close to the brain, which
> ordinarily operated at far lower potentials (only a few millivolts).
> The brain lies only a few millietres from the jaw bone, where the
> roots of the teeth are inserted, just on the other side of the thin
> cranial bone and the meninges (the three membranes enveloping the
> brain and spinal cord). This kind of current can cause mental
> dysfunction, which I often find in clinical practice."

> That's a pretty sensational statement to make.

> However, in spite of the controvertial nature of these claims, it
> appears that there isn't anything that the British Dental Association
> or any other organisation can do to discredit Dr Wander's opinions
> scientifically.

> " ... can cause mental dysfunction" !

> Still, not that David Beckham should worry.

> I think he'll be a great success in America.

> So if anyone out there wants to "bend it like Beckham", then perhaps
> they should have their amalgam fillings replaced too!

> Keith P Walsh

Dentists are big crooks and almost as bad as vets.  They could extract
a tooth but will***about with fillings etc because an extracted
tooth means no much money.  They are most adept at this practice when
dealing with their NHS patients.

--
Count Baldoni

BALDONI REX ROMANORUM

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Slithee » Sat, 16 Jun 2007 09:32:35



Quote:
> Keith P Walsh pretended :
>> Next week David Beckham, perhaps the most famous soccer star in the
>> world, is set to move from top Spanish club Real Madrid to join the
>> Los Angeles Galaxy in US Major League Soccer.

>> But no matter how wide a grin Beckham wears as he takes up his new 250
>> million dollar contract with the Galaxy, US soccer fans are unlikely
>> to catch a glimpse of any mercury fillings in Becks's pearly white
>> teeth - because it appears that he may have had all of his metal
>> amalgam fillings replaced several ago.

>> The 32 year old Beckham arrives in the US via Spain from London where
>> he was born and raised, and then from Manchester where he first became
>> a star playing for England's top club Manchester United from 1992 to
>> 2003.

>> It was during his time in Manchester when Beckham appears to have
>> become just one of the celebrity patients of Dr Philip Wander,
>> self-styled "dentist to the stars" and a strict practitioner of
>> mercury-free dentistry at his surgery in central Manchester.

>> You can see testimonials from other top soccer professionals on Dr
>> Wander's website at:

>> http://SportToday.org/

>> - and you can also read his opinions on why he thinks that
>> mercury-based amalgams should not be used for filling teeth.

>> For example, here's what he says about the effects on the human body
>> of the electrical behavior of amalgam fillings:

>> "Nevertheless, as potentially damaging as mercury in the mouth is the
>> electricity itself. When testing teeth for electrical effects, I have
>> seen momentary sparks of up to one volt - enough to light a small
>> torch or flashlight. It's worth remembering that the currents
>> generated by amalgams are formed very close to the brain, which
>> ordinarily operated at far lower potentials (only a few millivolts).
>> The brain lies only a few millietres from the jaw bone, where the
>> roots of the teeth are inserted, just on the other side of the thin
>> cranial bone and the meninges (the three membranes enveloping the
>> brain and spinal cord). This kind of current can cause mental
>> dysfunction, which I often find in clinical practice."

>> That's a pretty sensational statement to make.

>> However, in spite of the controvertial nature of these claims, it
>> appears that there isn't anything that the British Dental Association
>> or any other organisation can do to discredit Dr Wander's opinions
>> scientifically.

>> " ... can cause mental dysfunction" !

>> Still, not that David Beckham should worry.

>> I think he'll be a great success in America.

>> So if anyone out there wants to "bend it like Beckham", then perhaps
>> they should have their amalgam fillings replaced too!

>> Keith P Walsh

> Dentists are big crooks and almost as bad as vets.  They could extract a
> tooth but will***about with fillings etc because an extracted tooth
> means no much money.  They are most adept at this practice when dealing
> with their NHS patients.

You've got that arse upwards, mate. With NHS patients, they regularly
extract the tooth.....to save time and effort that fiddly recovery work
would take, to spend that same time and effort on their private
patients..... who in turn spend much more money than the state would have
paid them for that NHS recovery work.

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Baldoni XX » Sat, 16 Jun 2007 18:52:47

Slitheen brought next idea :

Quote:


>> Keith P Walsh pretended :
>>> Next week David Beckham, perhaps the most famous soccer star in the
>>> world, is set to move from top Spanish club Real Madrid to join the
>>> Los Angeles Galaxy in US Major League Soccer.

>>> But no matter how wide a grin Beckham wears as he takes up his new 250
>>> million dollar contract with the Galaxy, US soccer fans are unlikely
>>> to catch a glimpse of any mercury fillings in Becks's pearly white
>>> teeth - because it appears that he may have had all of his metal
>>> amalgam fillings replaced several ago.

>>> The 32 year old Beckham arrives in the US via Spain from London where
>>> he was born and raised, and then from Manchester where he first became
>>> a star playing for England's top club Manchester United from 1992 to
>>> 2003.

>>> It was during his time in Manchester when Beckham appears to have
>>> become just one of the celebrity patients of Dr Philip Wander,
>>> self-styled "dentist to the stars" and a strict practitioner of
>>> mercury-free dentistry at his surgery in central Manchester.

>>> You can see testimonials from other top soccer professionals on Dr
>>> Wander's website at:

>>> http://SportToday.org/

>>> - and you can also read his opinions on why he thinks that
>>> mercury-based amalgams should not be used for filling teeth.

>>> For example, here's what he says about the effects on the human body
>>> of the electrical behavior of amalgam fillings:

>>> "Nevertheless, as potentially damaging as mercury in the mouth is the
>>> electricity itself. When testing teeth for electrical effects, I have
>>> seen momentary sparks of up to one volt - enough to light a small
>>> torch or flashlight. It's worth remembering that the currents
>>> generated by amalgams are formed very close to the brain, which
>>> ordinarily operated at far lower potentials (only a few millivolts).
>>> The brain lies only a few millietres from the jaw bone, where the
>>> roots of the teeth are inserted, just on the other side of the thin
>>> cranial bone and the meninges (the three membranes enveloping the
>>> brain and spinal cord). This kind of current can cause mental
>>> dysfunction, which I often find in clinical practice."

>>> That's a pretty sensational statement to make.

>>> However, in spite of the controvertial nature of these claims, it
>>> appears that there isn't anything that the British Dental Association
>>> or any other organisation can do to discredit Dr Wander's opinions
>>> scientifically.

>>> " ... can cause mental dysfunction" !

>>> Still, not that David Beckham should worry.

>>> I think he'll be a great success in America.

>>> So if anyone out there wants to "bend it like Beckham", then perhaps
>>> they should have their amalgam fillings replaced too!

>>> Keith P Walsh

>> Dentists are big crooks and almost as bad as vets.  They could extract a
>> tooth but will***about with fillings etc because an extracted tooth
>> means no much money.  They are most adept at this practice when dealing
>> with their NHS patients.

> You've got that arse upwards, mate. With NHS patients, they regularly extract
> the tooth.....to save time and effort that fiddly recovery work would take,
> to spend that same time and effort on their private patients..... who in turn
> spend much more money than the state would have paid them for that NHS
> recovery work.

But take into account that they can stick it through to the NHS without
any questions.  A private patient could state that the extraction could
be his only option.

I am not doubting your take on the subject though.

--
Count Baldoni

BALDONI REX ROMANORUM

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Keith P Wals » Mon, 18 Jun 2007 23:34:04



Quote:
> Slitheen brought next idea :



> >> Keith P Walsh pretended :
> >>> Next week David Beckham, perhaps the most famous soccer star in the
> >>> world, is set to move from top Spanish club Real Madrid to join the
> >>> Los Angeles Galaxy in US Major League Soccer.

> >>> But no matter how wide a grin Beckham wears as he takes up his new 250
> >>> million dollar contract with the Galaxy, US soccer fans are unlikely
> >>> to catch a glimpse of any mercury fillings in Becks's pearly white
> >>> teeth - because it appears that he may have had all of his metal
> >>> amalgam fillings replaced several ago.

> >>> The 32 year old Beckham arrives in the US via Spain from London where
> >>> he was born and raised, and then from Manchester where he first became
> >>> a star playing for England's top club Manchester United from 1992 to
> >>> 2003.

> >>> It was during his time in Manchester when Beckham appears to have
> >>> become just one of the celebrity patients of Dr Philip Wander,
> >>> self-styled "dentist to the stars" and a strict practitioner of
> >>> mercury-free dentistry at his surgery in central Manchester.

> >>> You can see testimonials from other top soccer professionals on Dr
> >>> Wander's website at:

> >>>http://SportToday.org/

> >>> - and you can also read his opinions on why he thinks that
> >>> mercury-based amalgams should not be used for filling teeth.

> >>> For example, here's what he says about the effects on the human body
> >>> of the electrical behavior of amalgam fillings:

> >>> "Nevertheless, as potentially damaging as mercury in the mouth is the
> >>> electricity itself. When testing teeth for electrical effects, I have
> >>> seen momentary sparks of up to one volt - enough to light a small
> >>> torch or flashlight. It's worth remembering that the currents
> >>> generated by amalgams are formed very close to the brain, which
> >>> ordinarily operated at far lower potentials (only a few millivolts).
> >>> The brain lies only a few millietres from the jaw bone, where the
> >>> roots of the teeth are inserted, just on the other side of the thin
> >>> cranial bone and the meninges (the three membranes enveloping the
> >>> brain and spinal cord). This kind of current can cause mental
> >>> dysfunction, which I often find in clinical practice."

> >>> That's a pretty sensational statement to make.

> >>> However, in spite of the controvertial nature of these claims, it
> >>> appears that there isn't anything that the British Dental Association
> >>> or any other organisation can do to discredit Dr Wander's opinions
> >>> scientifically.

> >>> " ... can cause mental dysfunction" !

> >>> Still, not that David Beckham should worry.

> >>> I think he'll be a great success in America.

> >>> So if anyone out there wants to "bend it like Beckham", then perhaps
> >>> they should have their amalgam fillings replaced too!

> >>> Keith P Walsh

> >> Dentists are big crooks and almost as bad as vets.  They could extract a
> >> tooth but will***about with fillings etc because an extracted tooth
> >> means no much money.  They are most adept at this practice when dealing
> >> with their NHS patients.

> > You've got that arse upwards, mate. With NHS patients, they regularly extract
> > the tooth.....to save time and effort that fiddly recovery work would take,
> > to spend that same time and effort on their private patients..... who in turn
> > spend much more money than the state would have paid them for that NHS
> > recovery work.

> But take into account that they can stick it through to the NHS without
> any questions.  A private patient could state that the extraction could
> be his only option.

> I am not doubting your take on the subject though.

> --
> Count Baldoni

> BALDONI REX ROMANORUM- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

You guys might be interested in the following questions which I posted
to sci.med.dentistry a couple of years back:

*** COPIED TEXT

Most people automatically assume that the current crisis in National
Health Service (NHS) dentistry in the UK is simply due to a lack of
adequate government funding.

However, I think that the problem is more complex than this, and that
the question of funding may in fact be of only secondary importance.

I believe that Dr Lester Ellman, chair of the British Dental
Associations's general dental practice committee, puts his finger on
the real problem when he says:

"It's not to do with the money in terms of their [the dentists'] take-
home pay, but in order to be able to spend more time with their
patients and to do things the NHS cannot do but the public wants."

- taken from, "Crisis to get worse, warns union", Manchester News,
Monday, 9th August 2004, see:

http://SportToday.org/

Dr Ellman highlights a particular problem which is that certain kinds
of dental treatments now being demanded by greater numbers of patients
are not available under the auspices of the National Health Service.

For example, it appears that more and more dental patients are
choosing not to have metal amalgam fillings placed in their teeth,
whilst the National Health Service continues to insist that the ONLY
filling material that dentists are allowed to use when placing
fillings in posterior teeth is metal amalgam.

Therefore the real truth might be that, since more and more people are
both able and willing to pay for private treatment in order that their
preference for non-metallic fillings is met, then more and more
dentists are able to fulfill their earnings requirements without
having to resort to the restrictive practices prescribed by the
authority of the National Health Service.

And an indication of the degree of influence which this particular
example is having on the present crisis in NHS dentistry might be
gained if a sufficiently curious investigative journalist were to pick
up a telephone and call a few "private" dentists to ask what are the
respective percentages of metallic and non-metallic fillings that they
place in their patients' posterior teeth. (Remember that the
corresponding figures for "National Health dentists" are 100% and
0%.)

Does anyone know if anyone has ever done this?

And, if so, what were the results?

Should NHS dental patients in the UK have the right to choose what
material is used for filling cavities in their teeth?

Keith P Walsh

 *** END

So Slitheen and Count Baldoni, if you want treatment on the NHS you
might find that because of the uncertainties regarding adverse effects
from amalgam fillings, some dentists offering NHS treatment may still
be demotivated to place them in your teeth and opt for extraction
wherever it my be justified, and they might just be doing you a favour
when they do.

And by the way, do you think that David Beckham will be a success in
the US?

Keith P Walsh

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Baldoni XX » Tue, 19 Jun 2007 04:21:16

Keith P Walsh submitted this idea :

Quote:


>> Slitheen brought next idea :



>>>> Keith P Walsh pretended :
>>>>> Next week David Beckham, perhaps the most famous soccer star in the
>>>>> world, is set to move from top Spanish club Real Madrid to join the
>>>>> Los Angeles Galaxy in US Major League Soccer.
>>>>> But no matter how wide a grin Beckham wears as he takes up his new 250
>>>>> million dollar contract with the Galaxy, US soccer fans are unlikely
>>>>> to catch a glimpse of any mercury fillings in Becks's pearly white
>>>>> teeth - because it appears that he may have had all of his metal
>>>>> amalgam fillings replaced several ago.
>>>>> The 32 year old Beckham arrives in the US via Spain from London where
>>>>> he was born and raised, and then from Manchester where he first became
>>>>> a star playing for England's top club Manchester United from 1992 to
>>>>> 2003.

>>>>> It was during his time in Manchester when Beckham appears to have
>>>>> become just one of the celebrity patients of Dr Philip Wander,
>>>>> self-styled "dentist to the stars" and a strict practitioner of
>>>>> mercury-free dentistry at his surgery in central Manchester.
>>>>> You can see testimonials from other top soccer professionals on Dr
>>>>> Wander's website at:

>>>>> http://SportToday.org/
>>>>> - and you can also read his opinions on why he thinks that
>>>>> mercury-based amalgams should not be used for filling teeth.
>>>>> For example, here's what he says about the effects on the human body
>>>>> of the electrical behavior of amalgam fillings:
>>>>> "Nevertheless, as potentially damaging as mercury in the mouth is the
>>>>> electricity itself. When testing teeth for electrical effects, I have
>>>>> seen momentary sparks of up to one volt - enough to light a small
>>>>> torch or flashlight. It's worth remembering that the currents
>>>>> generated by amalgams are formed very close to the brain, which
>>>>> ordinarily operated at far lower potentials (only a few millivolts).
>>>>> The brain lies only a few millietres from the jaw bone, where the
>>>>> roots of the teeth are inserted, just on the other side of the thin
>>>>> cranial bone and the meninges (the three membranes enveloping the
>>>>> brain and spinal cord). This kind of current can cause mental
>>>>> dysfunction, which I often find in clinical practice."
>>>>> That's a pretty sensational statement to make.
>>>>> However, in spite of the controvertial nature of these claims, it
>>>>> appears that there isn't anything that the British Dental Association
>>>>> or any other organisation can do to discredit Dr Wander's opinions
>>>>> scientifically.

>>>>> " ... can cause mental dysfunction" !
>>>>> Still, not that David Beckham should worry.
>>>>> I think he'll be a great success in America.
>>>>> So if anyone out there wants to "bend it like Beckham", then perhaps
>>>>> they should have their amalgam fillings replaced too!
>>>>> Keith P Walsh

>>>> Dentists are big crooks and almost as bad as vets.  They could extract a
>>>> tooth but will***about with fillings etc because an extracted tooth
>>>> means no much money.  They are most adept at this practice when dealing
>>>> with their NHS patients.

>>> You've got that arse upwards, mate. With NHS patients, they regularly
>>> extract the tooth.....to save time and effort that fiddly recovery work
>>> would take, to spend that same time and effort on their private
>>> patients..... who in turn spend much more money than the state would have
>>> paid them for that NHS recovery work.

>> But take into account that they can stick it through to the NHS without
>> any questions.  A private patient could state that the extraction could
>> be his only option.

>> I am not doubting your take on the subject though.

>> --
>> Count Baldoni

>> BALDONI REX ROMANORUM- Hide quoted text -

>> - Show quoted text -

> You guys might be interested in the following questions which I posted
> to sci.med.dentistry a couple of years back:

> *** COPIED TEXT

> Most people automatically assume that the current crisis in National
> Health Service (NHS) dentistry in the UK is simply due to a lack of
> adequate government funding.

> However, I think that the problem is more complex than this, and that
> the question of funding may in fact be of only secondary importance.

> I believe that Dr Lester Ellman, chair of the British Dental
> Associations's general dental practice committee, puts his finger on
> the real problem when he says:

> "It's not to do with the money in terms of their [the dentists'] take-
> home pay, but in order to be able to spend more time with their
> patients and to do things the NHS cannot do but the public wants."

> - taken from, "Crisis to get worse, warns union", Manchester News,
> Monday, 9th August 2004, see:

> http://SportToday.org/

> Dr Ellman highlights a particular problem which is that certain kinds
> of dental treatments now being demanded by greater numbers of patients
> are not available under the auspices of the National Health Service.

> For example, it appears that more and more dental patients are
> choosing not to have metal amalgam fillings placed in their teeth,
> whilst the National Health Service continues to insist that the ONLY
> filling material that dentists are allowed to use when placing
> fillings in posterior teeth is metal amalgam.

> Therefore the real truth might be that, since more and more people are
> both able and willing to pay for private treatment in order that their
> preference for non-metallic fillings is met, then more and more
> dentists are able to fulfill their earnings requirements without
> having to resort to the restrictive practices prescribed by the
> authority of the National Health Service.

> And an indication of the degree of influence which this particular
> example is having on the present crisis in NHS dentistry might be
> gained if a sufficiently curious investigative journalist were to pick
> up a telephone and call a few "private" dentists to ask what are the
> respective percentages of metallic and non-metallic fillings that they
> place in their patients' posterior teeth. (Remember that the
> corresponding figures for "National Health dentists" are 100% and
> 0%.)

> Does anyone know if anyone has ever done this?

> And, if so, what were the results?

> Should NHS dental patients in the UK have the right to choose what
> material is used for filling cavities in their teeth?

> Keith P Walsh

>  *** END

> So Slitheen and Count Baldoni, if you want treatment on the NHS you
> might find that because of the uncertainties regarding adverse effects
> from amalgam fillings, some dentists offering NHS treatment may still
> be demotivated to place them in your teeth and opt for extraction
> wherever it my be justified, and they might just be doing you a favour
> when they do.

> And by the way, do you think that David Beckham will be a success in
> the US?

> Keith P Walsh

As regards teeth I still have my suspicions especially with root canal.

However to the point I do indeed think David Beckham will be a success
in the US.  I have heard tell that he is particularly popular with
Latino's and Latin Americans.

I am not sure of the standard of the American game though.  One critic
suggested that the league in which Beckham will play is equal to our
"Conference" (5th tier).  This could make Beckham look outstanding
where he will get freedom that he would not experience in the European
game.

I don't think the Beckhams will take Hollywood because he ain't no
Errol Flynn and she ain't no Olivia de Havilland.

--
Count Baldoni

BALDONI REX ROMANORUM

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Keith P Wals » Sun, 24 Jun 2007 20:54:53


Quote:

> As regards teeth I still have my suspicions especially with root canal.

Would you disagree with Beckham's Manchester dentist that the
electrical behavior of metal fillings "can cause mental dysfunction",
which he says he often finds in clinical practice?

Keith P Walsh

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by David Wrig » Mon, 25 Jun 2007 12:46:08



Quote:

>> As regards teeth I still have my suspicions especially with root canal.

>Would you disagree with Beckham's Manchester dentist that the
>electrical behavior of metal fillings "can cause mental dysfunction",
>which he says he often finds in clinical practice?

If Beckham's dentist is suffering from mental dysfunction, then heaven
help his patients.

  -- David Wright :: alphabeta at prodigy.net
     These are my opinions only, but they're almost always correct.
     "Only George Bush could start a war for oil and not get any."
                                          -- Bill Maher

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Keith P Wals » Mon, 25 Jun 2007 18:44:25


Quote:

> If Beckham's dentist is suffering from mental dysfunction, then heaven
> help his patients.

You're feeling sorry for David Beckham?

What would you know about the electrical behaviour of dental amalgams
anyway?

Don't tell me. You've got 'em in your own teeth.

Do you remember Andrei Kanchelskis who played for Manchester United
from 1991 to 1995?

Well it looks like he even brought his mother-in-law over from the
Ukraine to Manchester to have her amalgams replaced.

To quote Kanchelskis' testimony to Beckham's dentist - "Thanks for the
magic wand."

I wonder if the real reason why you feel the need to pity these guys
is because you're too arrogant to recognise your own ignorance.

Keith P Walsh

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by David Wrig » Tue, 26 Jun 2007 00:56:01



Quote:

>> If Beckham's dentist is suffering from mental dysfunction, then heaven
>> help his patients.

>You're feeling sorry for David Beckham?

>What would you know about the electrical behaviour of dental amalgams
>anyway?

Gee, I'd know a lot about it, given your incessant postings about how
fillings can cause electrical potentials of <blah blah blah>.

Quote:
>Don't tell me. You've got 'em in your own teeth.

Two.  In adjacent molars.

Quote:
>Do you remember Andrei Kanchelskis who played for Manchester United
>from 1991 to 1995?

No.  Manchester United is not widely followed in the US.

Quote:
>Well it looks like he even brought his mother-in-law over from the
>Ukraine to Manchester to have her amalgams replaced.

That's nice.  I always look to professional athletes for cutting-
edge information on dentistry.  I usually look to plumbers for
cutting-edge information particle physics, too.

Quote:
>I wonder if the real reason why you feel the need to pity these guys
>is because you're too arrogant to recognise your own ignorance.

No, I just look at you as a nut with a dental fixation and continue
with my life.  

  -- David Wright :: alphabeta at prodigy.net
     These are my opinions only, but they're almost always correct.
     "Only George Bush could start a war for oil and not get any."
                                          -- Bill Maher

 
 
 

Beckham Comes To America - Mercury Free

Post by Keith P Wals » Wed, 27 Jun 2007 02:58:00


Quote:

> That's nice.  I always look to professional athletes for cutting-
> edge information on dentistry.  I usually look to plumbers for
> cutting-edge information particle physics, too.

Well if you'd only listen to scientists you might recognise that your
sarcasm isn't appropriate.

It has been demonstrated experimentally that metal amalgam dental
fillings generate electrical potentials with magnitudes of up to 350
millivolts - you can read all about it at:

http://book.boot.users.btopenworld.com/dutch.htm

Mercury-free dentists often measure these potentials in the mouths of
their patients to determine the order in which they will remove the
amalgam fillings. You can see an example of one such dentist's
measurements at:

http://book.boot.users.btopenworld.com/potentials.htm

I wonder how large the electrical potentials in your fillings are.
(Remember that the resting potential of the human neurological synapse
is only 70 millivolts.)

Do you ever suffer from "stress", or "depression"?

David Beckham doesn't appear to.

Keith P Walsh

 
 
 

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Post by M.A. Sonjari » Wed, 27 Jun 2007 09:47:38

On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 10:58:00 -0700, Keith P Walsh

Quote:

>I wonder how large the electrical potentials in your fillings are.
>(Remember that the resting potential of the human neurological synapse
>is only 70 millivolts.)

>Do you ever suffer from "stress", or "depression"?

>David Beckham doesn't appear to.

>Keith P Walsh

Once more the previously referred 'gentleman trol' surfaces.  Only
this time there is quite an edge in his posts.  Perhaps his amalgams
are causing his mental disorder to amplify?  His meds were poorly
adjusted?  Maybe he had his electrician give him advice on what pills
he should not be taking?

I still like good old Uncle Al's reply of a year and change ago as
copied and posted the last time KPW surfaced here:

On 25 Oct 2006 01:01:10 -0700, "Keith P Walsh"

Quote:


>> The gentleman troll, of mercury amalgam fame!

>> Completely wrong, but entertaining none the less.

>> Welcome back Keith you old nutbar.

>So ridiculing me is still the only way you are able to come to terms
>with your own (and everyone else's) ignorance regarding the
>electromagnetic and thermoelectric behavior of dental amalgams is it?

No need to ridicule you Mr. Walsh, you do it to yourself so well, no
one else need step in.

I still see you as the gentleman troll AND mercury almagam induced
head case spammer.  Your posts are harmless and in good fun unlike
others on various sci. newsgroups.

IMO the funniest reply to your last round of posts  was this gem by
the ascerbic Uncle Al, who posted a little over a year ago:


Organization: The Noble Krell
Subject: Re: 40,000 V vs. 350 mV
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 15:44:25 -0700

Walsh - you are a spamming trolling idiot with a psychotic dental
amalgam fixation.  Have all your teeth pulled, shove them up your ass
individually or in groups, then FOaD.

--
Uncle Al
http://www.mazepath.com/uncleal/
 (Toxic URL! Unsafe for children and most mammals)
http://www.mazepath.com/uncleal/qz.pdf

 
 
 

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Post by David Wrig » Wed, 27 Jun 2007 13:16:47



Quote:

>> That's nice.  I always look to professional athletes for cutting-
>> edge information on dentistry.  I usually look to plumbers for
>> cutting-edge information particle physics, too.

>Well if you'd only listen to scientists you might recognise that your
>sarcasm isn't appropriate.

>It has been demonstrated experimentally that metal amalgam dental
>fillings generate electrical potentials with magnitudes of up to 350
>millivolts - you can read all about it at:

>http://book.boot.users.btopenworld.com/dutch.htm

I'm sure I can.  But that's the extreme, it's not as though every
filling generates such potential.

Quote:
>Mercury-free dentists often measure these potentials in the mouths of
>their patients to determine the order in which they will remove the
>amalgam fillings. You can see an example of one such dentist's
>measurements at:

>http://book.boot.users.btopenworld.com/potentials.htm

>I wonder how large the electrical potentials in your fillings are.
>(Remember that the resting potential of the human neurological synapse
>is only 70 millivolts.)

So what?

Quote:
>Do you ever suffer from "stress", or "depression"?

Only when I see the kind of nutty stuff you post.

  -- David Wright :: alphabeta at prodigy.net
     These are my opinions only, but they're almost always correct.
     "Only George Bush could start a war for oil and not get any."
                                          -- Bill Maher

 
 
 

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Post by Keith P Wals » Thu, 28 Jun 2007 01:50:38


Quote:

> Once more the previously referred 'gentleman trol' surfaces.  Only
> this time there is quite an edge in his posts.  Perhaps his amalgams
> are causing his mental disorder to amplify?

I don't have any amalgams. Just like David Beckham, I'm mercury-free.

By the way, if you go to the following website you will see that Dr
Philip Wander, David Beckham's Manchester dentist, is listed as being
both a member of the British Dental association AND a specialist in
amalgam replacement:

http://www.howyoubeatasthma.com/practitioners/wander_dental_health_ca...

And on his own website Dr Wander claims that the electrical behavior
of amalgam fillings "can cause mental dysfunction".

Perhaps these days the British Dental Association is not so
particularabout having anti-amalgamists as it used to be.

Keith P Walsh

PS, English soccer fans might be interested to hear that Joey Barton
is one of Philip Wander's latest celebrity patients - see:

http://www.wanderdental.co.uk/index.html

I wonder if having his amalgams replaced will have any effect on
Joey's notorious disciplinary record.

Any thoughts?

 
 
 

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Post by Keith P Wals » Sat, 07 Jul 2007 17:31:53


Quote:

> I'm sure I can.  But that's the extreme, it's not as though every
> filling generates such potential.

Is this statement supported by the findings of any scientific
investigations?

Or are you just guessing?

I think you're just guessing.

I think that the ONLY scientific way of finding out what the size of
the electrical potentials generated by the amalgam fillings in your
own teeth are is to measure them.

Remember that the Dutch study measured potentials with magnitudes of
up to 350 millivolts, see:

http://book.boot.users.btopenworld.com/dutch.htm

And in spite of the fact that the resting potential of the human
neurological synapse is only 50 millivolts, it appears that
experimental studies to determine whether or not the electrical
potentials generated by metal amalgam dental fillings are able to
dissipate electrical energy through the nerves in people's heads have
never been carried out.

Perhaps that's why no-one is able to discredit Dr Philip Wander, David
Beckham's Manchester dentist, when he says that the elctrical behavior
of amalgam fillings "can cause mental dysfunction", see:

http://www.wanderdental.co.uk/mercuryfreedentistry.html

I wonder if David Beckham noticed any difference when he had his
amalgam fillings replaced?

Keith P Walsh