Odd kitty s 10th life will be in museum Me-wow - The one-eyed, noseless animal from Oregon will be preserved in New York Friday, April 07, 2006 WILLIAM KATESMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 13, 2006View Source
Odd kitty's 10th life will be in museumMe-wow - The one-eyed, noseless animal from Oregon will be preserved in New YorkFriday, April 07, 2006WILLIAM KATES
A one-eyed, noseless kitten from Oregon that stirred international debate last year over whether it was a hoax will become the "spokesanimal" for a new museum of anomalies intended to launch discussions about how science and religion intersect. ETC
it's for real. Veterinarians said it suffered from a rare disorder called holoprosencephaly.I took a look at he link you give, and found the following hi-lights:holoprosencephaly (improper brain lobe development) can have the following associated with it:
cleft lip or other facial abnormalities
Endocrine disorders: Diabetes insipidus (DI) occurred in 70% of patients with classic HPE. severity of the DI correlated with the grade of HPE and hypothalamic non-separation
I think researchers should look in the direction of 2-butoxyethanol for causing such. From what I've learned about it, 2-butoxyethanol is a pesticide, a poison, a frequently used solvent.
cardiac malformation or effects
It is a teratogen chemical, meaning it harms the developing fetus. I suspect it for causing
Do any of you know any gulf war vets or Exxon Valdez oil spill cleanup workers?
Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction
and 'gulf war syndrome'
and much cancer and birth defects. http://www.valdezlink.com/acute.htm
It is a chemical exposure they share in common: 2-butoxyethanol.
But so have many in the general population (without realizing it)