Read part I HERE.
Melanin, the source of skin pigmentation, is also found in the brain and I know of at least a particular fungus (the one responsible for Valley Fever) which targets melanin. Having seen a lot of fair kids with autism, I'm not implying that mercury was "designed" to target
A few studies conclude that melanin is *protective* against mercury poisoning. Apparently mercury does effect melanin by displacing the copper in the cell and making the skin appear lighter (which is why it was used as a skin-lightening cream comparable in effect to
I see a few possible ramifications of this: for instance, how would it effect outcomes if study subjects are all darker-skinned in research on the effects of vaccine mercury? Would this effect the study of m-hg poisoning in the Seychelles and the Faroe Islands?
Update: On the day that Part I of this article appeared, after three years in recovery, our six year old daughter had faint tan lines for the first time.