Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Endocrinological Crisis

Terry Nelson reports "a population-wide decline in Massachusetts's men’s testosterone levels during the last 20 years that is not related to normal aging or to health and lifestyle factors known to influence testosterone levels" — The feminization of men.

My first thought is whether this has anything to do with the "tell-tale signs that a particular type of pollutant, the endocrine disruptor, is wreaking havoc on our ecosystems," reported on earlier on these pages — Contracepting the Ecosystem and Contracepting Ourselves, Contracepting Nature.

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Blogger T said...

The prevalence of soy in everything is also a suspect.

12:49 AM  
OpenID danightman said...

The talk I gave at the Pro-life Technology Symposium in 2008 on the topic of contraceptive pollution and the effect on fish. There were hints of mammalian effects then, and they match those in the article you cite.

10:13 AM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

Great presentation:


1:08 PM  
OpenID danightman said...

I didn't think I did so well at the actual talk, but I figure I could do a better job of it as a topic for a show on blogtalk radio or something.

11:52 AM  

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