Mike's main point is that we need to be rational here. The media is all in an uproar because they were suckered to believe that EPA limits set for drinking water can be shifted to point a finger at wine, which most people consume in far lower amounts.
An interesting point is that the RBTI community is aware of Carey Reams insistence that we must regularly consume colloidal arsenic via food if we want to have heart health. He repeatedly taught that the way to repair a damaged heart is to eat asparagus, the richest source of arsenic he knew of, twice a week.
I'm not sure how the organic arsenic Mike speaks of compares to the colloidal, but if I were a wine drinker I could not be less concerned about the paltry amounts of arsenic in California wine. Actually, on second thought, I think I would welcome it as a benefit. I might even compare the California values to the amounts in imported wine and use that to make my selection.
So much of RBTI consists of "unlearning" that which is not as true as our world teaches us. For instance, it is tough to remap our mind to stop sucking up the "cholesterol causes heart disease" of doctor-talk and instead understand that proper water drinking washes away the true cause, namely excessive salts or urea build up.
I usually applaud Mike Adams work. He expends considerable energy, talent, and bucks helping us get a better idea of the contaminants, nutrients, and conceptual falsities we experience daily. He also seems clear that drugs or injected vaccines can only cause mischief. I pray that his next step is to start analyzing cremation ashes so that he can better understand the relationships between sickness and mineral deficiencies.
It would be cool if Mike studied a little RBTI, enough that he could make the absolute connection between depraved food and the long road to degeneracy. He has the scientific knowledge and lab equipment to put the lie to the confusion that Big Pharma feeds us via their appointed medical priesthood. Every year of their mis-reasoning brings us less health for more money.