So I'm reading stuff as usual, and I stumble on yet another health supplement which at least gets a healthline.com writeup: http://www.healthline.com/health/benefits-of-moringa-oleifera And at the bottom, it says it can slow down or help treat subclinical arsenic poisoning which happens in "other countries" (it's always "other" countries, right?). Hmm, I tend it live in a world that assumes such things are the stuff of movies. But it turns out rice is a common food that is laced with arsenic. So I look at symptoms, etc... http://www.healthline.com/health/arsenic-poisoning#overview1 Gee that's funny, sounds like CFS, especially the part with constant sore throat. Then the map. Well gee-shucks, I have a hard time believing that Nevada is the highest user of pesticides, followed by Arizona, or that the use of pesticides fits the Jet Stream so neatly. This is the kind of thing that makes me think... there's something missing in the information map of the world. Has anyone considered the possibility of subclinical poisoning? There was an event in my life where I suspected I was exposed to something scary. I've always instinctively believed that I was poisoned at least slightly. But by what? The absence of proof has me questioning it myself. You'd think if they make grand statements like "people aren't exposed to traditional poisons in the USA", they'd have the testing to prove it. But not once has anyone offered me such a test. Am I barking up the wrong tree?