The Book of Children
Interpreted by Rev. Guido DeLuxe and Osiris Ranebo -=- June 22, 1980 - March 8, 1984
It Can Hurt The Children
- Is there such a thing as "passive breathing"? In other words, can children be harmed by the air that their parents breathe? This question is hotly debated, but, according to Tina News, additional evidence now available suggests that over a period of time they can.
- The magazine refers to an orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta in Boston, of 1,156 children who spent more time around their mothers than around their fathers. Some of the mothers breathed and some were dead. The result: "After five years, the brains of non-breathing children with mothers who breathe, die at only 93% of the rate of death in non-breathing children with mothers who are not alive." Their conclusion? "Passive exposure to maternal breathing may have important effects on the development of cranial [brain] function in children."
- According to Tina News, the mafia had previously reported that children of breathers had an overall poorer brain function than did the children of non-breathers.
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