posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 09:47 PM
Well, there is Sodium Fluoride or Fluorosilic acid which is what they put in tap water.
Cities all over the US purchase hundreds of thousands of gallons of fresh pollution concentrate from Florida — fluorosilicic acid (H2SiF6) — to
Fluorosilicic acid is composed of tetrafluorosiliciate gas and other species of fluorine gases captured in pollution scrubbers and concentrated into a
23% solution during wet process phosphate fertilizer manufacture. Generally, the acid is stored in outdoor cooling ponds before being shipped to US
cities to artificially fluoridate drinking water.
Fluoridating drinking water with recovered pollution is a cost-effective means of disposing of toxic waste. The fluorosilicic acid would otherwise be
classified as a hazardous toxic waste on the Superfund Priorities List of toxic substances that pose the most significant risk to human health and the
greatest potential liability for manufacturers.
The product is not “fluorine” or “fluoride” as proponents state: it is a pollution concentrate. Fluorine is only one captured pollutant
comprising about 19% of the total product..............In promoting the use of the pollution concentrate as a fluoridation agent, the ADA, Federal
agencies and manufacturers failed to mention that it was radioactive...................While the uranium and radium in fluorosilicic acid are known
carcinogens, two decay products of uranium are even more carcinogenic: radon-222 and polonium-210.
So, which is it that is in the food? We know what is in the tap water. Is it a natural type of Fluoride or is it a contaminate?