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When you dump the wrong chemical into the public water supply, it makes people nervous. Yesterday, chemical treatment plant workers in Bellaire, Ohio, accidentally dumped 40 pounds of hydrochloric acid into the public water supply instead of 40 pounds of toxic fluoride chemicals they were supposed to dump.
Falling fluoride levels alerted water treatment officials to the problem, and they immediately issued an alert to tell people to stop drinking the water. The water system was then flushed by opening fire hydrants across the town to remove any trace of hydrochloric acid.
But here's the hilarious part in all this: Hydrochloric acid is safer than fluoride! It's the same acid used in your stomach to digest food, and at levels of a few parts per million, it's absolutely harmless. The real poison in the water is the toxic fluoride being dumped into the water supply by ignorant city officials all around the world.