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Is it something in the water?

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posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 08:50 AM
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I did a experiment on the public water. For one month all I drunk was public water. And After that felt really strange. headaches, sore throat, depression, dizzyness, etc. Do you drink your public water?
What do you think about this topic?




posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 09:45 AM
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I think compared to non treated water public water is safer.Water in a river or stream might be poisonus.
However what they use to treat it isn't entirely safe.Tank rain water still needs treatment before drinking.And then filtering if you want the treatment stuff out of it.
It doesn't cost all that much to have a water filter in your house.Just for drinking water.
But one at the water mains so it filters all water coming into the house so you don't ever even go near the chemicals in the water is a little more expensive.
I notice differences in people who drink tap water compared to people who drink filtered water.So I think you might be onto something.



posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 09:59 AM
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I agree with Being Form Earth. Putting filters on your water sources is a good idea. I am an environmental consultant that deals primarily with lead based paint & Pb issues. The county I live in has a high lead in water content (this was tested by another firm. I'm not trying to drum up business - just trying to stay factual & unbiased. Thus, I won't name the county or city.) The main city in our county does nothing to improve the pipe mains. They will only address them if a water main breaks.

Also there is only suppose to be a minimal amount of lead in solder. However some plumbers still use the 50/50 solder (50% lead, 50% other metal,) because lead has a low melting point & it's easy to weld.

Another reason for filtering your drinking water is the finding a few months ago. There were pharmaceuticals getting into the water supply.

So, to make a short answer long, yes, there probably is something in the drinking water. However, it can be any number of things.



posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 10:13 AM
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As far as I know it is common knowledge that municipal drinking water in most of the (so-called) developed world is FLUORINATED. The powers that be say this is better for our teeth, but the amount of fluorine needed to benefit our teeth can be gained from brushing our teeth only ONCE PER MONTH with a fluorinated toothpaste.

...and as many ATS members will be aware, fluorine is a chemical which makes us all more open to suggestion (ie: sensitive to advertising).

This is much a more believable reason for the fluorination of the water.
MAybe a fluoride overdose can cause headaches etc.?



posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 10:18 AM
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When you say 'public' water, do you mean 'tap' tap water from your own residence, or were you also drinking from other 'public' sources? That could have something to do with your symptoms totally aside from what kind of water you were drinking.



posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by DJTRUTH
I did a experiment on the public water. For one month all I drunk was public water. And After that felt really strange. headaches, sore throat, depression, dizzyness, etc. Do you drink your public water?
What do you think about this topic?


What did you drink before that?
What else did you do differently during your experiment?
Your symptoms could have many causes.



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