Do You Have ADD?

addled: Just Add Lead and you can be Confused and mixed up to.

Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 — October 18, 1931) was an American inventor and businessman. In school, the young Edison’s mind often wandered, and his teacher, the Reverend Engle, was overheard: calling him “addled”. (Confused; mixed up)

Are you or your children have A.D.D,because they have been exposed to lead. I believe this Attention disorder is do to exposure to lead.


‎“urine, liquid filth


  1. more addled, superlative most addled)
  2. (of eggs) bad, rotten; inviable, containing a dead embryo
  3. Confused; mixed up.
  4. (obsolete) morbid, corrupt, putrid, or barren.

1712, from addle ‎(“urine, liquid filth”), from Old English adela ‎(“mud, mire, liquidmanure”), cognate with Old Swedish adel ‎(“urine”), Middle Low German adel, Dutch aal‎(“puddle”). Used in noun phrase addle egg (mid-13c.) “egg that does not hatch, rotten eggegg,” lit. “urine egg,” a loan translation of Latin ovum uranium, which is itself anan erroneous loan translation of Ancient Greek οὔριον ᾠόν ‎(oúrion ōión, “putrid egg”), lit. “wind egg,” from οὔριος ‎(oúrios, “of the wind”), from οὖρος ‎(oûros, “fair wind”) (confused by Roman writers with οὔριος ‎(oúrios, “of urine”), from οὖρον ‎(oûron, “urine”)). Because of this usage, the noun in English was taken as an adj. from c. 1600, meaning “putrid,

] In children, signs of encephalopathy such as bizarre behavior, discoordination, and apathy occur at lead levels exceeding 70 μg/dL.[26] For both adults and children, it is rare to be asymptomatic if blood lead levels exceed 100 μg/dL.[16]

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