We are now in the midst of biological, biochemical and electronic revolutions. Not surprisingly, these new revolutions are turning out to be just as damaging, and possibly more so, to human and life-support systems’ health, than the industrial and chemical revolutions, established before them. The result is that our bodies and our planet’s life-support system are awash with chemical compounds that our bodies and life-support system have had zero experience responding to or processing. Since an estimated 1,000 new chemical compounds are being added to our common environment each year, we are breathing, drinking, eating, wearing, living in, etc., more human-created chemical compounds than ever before in history. This is especially hard on fetuses, infants and the young because they are exposed to these chemical compounds when they are most vulnerable to being harmed by them.