To The Daily Sun,
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Water Research Comendium 2009-2014 lists prions eight times as an emerging contaminant of concern in sewage sludge "biosolids," water and manure.
Alzheimer's Disease is a human prion disease (like mad cow in livestock). The millions of victims of the Alzheimer's epidemic shed infectious prions in their urine and feces. The sewage treatment process concentrates the indestructible prions in sludge biosolids.
Research in 2015 by Dr. Claudio Soto, et. al., on uptake of prions: "Prions are the proteinaceous infectious agents responsible for prion diseases. Pritzkow et. al. report that prions from brain and excreta can bind grass plants and remain attached to living plants for a long time and that contaminated plants can infect animals. In addition, grass plants can uptake and transport prions from infected soil."
I would think twice about feeding my animals hay from someone who spreads sludge biosolids on their crops.
Alzheimer's, prions and sewage sludge: http://www.alzheimers-prions.com/
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