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“I was surprised that we found such poor semen quality among young men ages 20 to 25,” the lead author of that study, Dr. Niels Skakkebaek of the University of Copenhagen, said in a statement. “We found that the average man had more than 90 percent abnormal sperm. … It appears that we are at a tipping point in industrialized countries where poor semen quality is so widespread that we must suspect that it results in low pregnancy rates.” …

So, what is causing this high percentage of abnormal sperm? Could it be plastics? Hormonal drugs in our water and food supply? Fracking chemicals?


And if men who live in Copenhagen have such high rates of abnormal sperm, what must the rates be like for men in America (the fracking capital of the world)?

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