Is your drinking water safe? Answer: NO.

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posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 08:44 PM
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Originally posted by theabsolutetruth

Originally posted by GoldenFleece

Originally posted by ProudFossil
So I have a big question for all you people that know it all. If our drinking water is so putrid and unhealthy, why are we living longer than our parents?

It sure ain't because toxic waste fluoride has been added to the water!

Most likely because of indoor plumbing and huge improvements in sanitation.


And many other factors like improved habitation, less labour intensive work, less dangerous working practices, improved nutrition, improved child rearing, improved medicine, improved education, general lifestyle improvements.... many many factors, certainly isn't just about water.


Granted that general health practices, sanitation, nutrition (even with McDonalds) has improved greatly. Still if the conspiracy was true, wouldn't massive amounts of poisons from the water shorten life? Just because a few dozen here have filters, etc., the vast majority of the population does not. They drink tap water. So I would think that would be decimating a portion of the population. I would think you could find a statistical analysis which would show drinking tap water would shorten your life, especially from the insurance companies.




posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 09:39 PM
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Wow Thank you for that! I just checked my water quality here
www.ewg.org...

I need to find out which of possibly three water plants I am getting my water because although 2 of them are pretty safe, the third one will make me move.



posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 09:43 PM
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Fluoride is more toxic than lead and slightly less than arsenic. It's a systemic and cumulative poison that's highly reactive and corrosive, and it affects people in different ways.

Fluoride destroys the body's essential enzymes, cartilage and connective tissues. It can also cause chromosomal damage, cancer, heart problems, arthritis and numerous other diseases. There's currently an epidemic of cancer and arthritis in America, so these may be some of the adverse effects that haven't been linked to fluoride... yet. No safety or epidemilogical studies have ever been done on this toxic waste product (literally), also known as the fluorosilicates FSA and SFS that are indiscriminately dumped in our drinking water.

See this post for an excellent explanation of how toxic waste fluoride is produced.


[edit on 7-12-2009 by GoldenFleece]



posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 09:53 PM
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Originally posted by ProudFossil

Originally posted by theabsolutetruth

Originally posted by GoldenFleece

Originally posted by ProudFossil
So I have a big question for all you people that know it all. If our drinking water is so putrid and unhealthy, why are we living longer than our parents?

It sure ain't because toxic waste fluoride has been added to the water!

Most likely because of indoor plumbing and huge improvements in sanitation.


And many other factors like improved habitation, less labour intensive work, less dangerous working practices, improved nutrition, improved child rearing, improved medicine, improved education, general lifestyle improvements.... many many factors, certainly isn't just about water.


Granted that general health practices, sanitation, nutrition (even with McDonalds) has improved greatly. Still if the conspiracy was true, wouldn't massive amounts of poisons from the water shorten life? Just because a few dozen here have filters, etc., the vast majority of the population does not. They drink tap water. So I would think that would be decimating a portion of the population. I would think you could find a statistical analysis which would show drinking tap water would shorten your life, especially from the insurance companies.


What about the cancer rate.
At the moment It is 1 in 3 people will get cancer at one stage in there lives, and (if i remember correctly) in the 1960's it was 1 in 60.... something like that, it was a big gap, if anyone has the statistics please post, im at work and can't search for them.



posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 10:15 PM
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Good thing I live off of well water. Other than the contaminents in my yard (which are mostly taken care of by our own filter), I hopefully don't have much to worry about. Lots of good minerals in it too.



posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 10:58 PM
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Growing up, jokingly my friends and I use to tell all the younger kids "Don't Drink The Water!!!!"

It seems now that this is a true statement.

I live in the Sacramento area and my current job requirements require me to deal with various inks, thinner, and acetone. Whenever I get these chemicals on my skin we have cleaning compounds to remove them. Sometimes however I get them on my arms in places I cannot see so before I leave home I go into the bathroom to wash off any remaining chemicals on my arms. However just using regular water and soap it is very hard to get off my skin. Sometimes I have to leave before I get the chance to clean off my skin so I do it at my place of residence where I don't need anything but water and the chemicals rinse right off my skin. Scary to think just what are people drinking straight from the tap.



posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 11:18 PM
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The government has publicly admitted to dumping fluoride into the water, so it is not a conspiracy, its public knowledge.

Please see this thread for details:
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Dec, 6 2009 @ 11:36 PM
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This is what happens when tanker trucks carrying fluoride (fluorosilicic acid) have accidents. Haz-mat teams are called in, people who are exposed end up in hospitals, thousands more are evacuated, freeways are shut down for days, cars have to be professionally decontaminated and topsoil along the freeway is removed so fluoride doesn't contaminate the ground water!


Spill snarls traffic, lives
The acid closed the road into the night, forced 2,300 from homes and sent 50 to hospitals.

By Cory Lancaster
OF THE ORLANDO SENTINEL STAFF
Sept. 7, 1994

DELTONA - Jeff Carine was driving to Daytona Beach to play golf Tuesday morning when his Toyota Camry hit a mushy, snowlike liquid covering Interstate 4.

Carine, a golfer from Windermere, assumed it was a minor chemical spill and kept driving.

Six hours later, he returned to the spot after hearing news throughout the day about one of the worst chemical spills in Volusia County's history.

A tanker truck cracked open on I-4 near Deltona shortly before 10 a.m. and released 4,500 gallons of fluorosilicic acid in one big whoosh.

Early today, the highway remained closed in both directions, though officials were hopeful it would open by the morning rush hour. About 2,300 people remained in shelters, evacuated from their homes.

The spill sent more than 50 people to hospitals with complaints of skin and respiratory irritations, including some hours after the spill. Most, including the driver of the truck, were treated and released. Two police officers were admitted overnight to Central Florida Regional Hospital in Sanford after complaining of headaches and burning in their throats.

Authorities were frustrated In attempts to neutralize the acid with lime and potash, which delayed I-4's reopening. Fumes also were detected late Tuesday in the neighborhood of Deltona Woods, causing emergency workers to conduct a midnight door-to-door evacuation.

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the spill. A spokesman from Pencco Inc., the Bellville, Texas-based chemical company that owns the tanker, would not comment on the accident late Tuesday.

The tanker truck started out from Fort Meade, south of Lakeland, about 8 a.m. Tuesday, FHP Patrol Lt. Art Brown said.

...Police, firefighters and hazardous waste experts dumped bags of lime over the contaminated area to neutralize the acid and vacuumed the residue with special machines.

Fluorosilicic acid is a highly corrosive acid used in the process of adding fluoride to drinking water, hazardous waste experts said.

If inhaled, it can cause respiratory difficulty, burning eyes and numbness around the Ups. Upon contact with skin, it creates a burning and tingling sensation. Symptoms can take up to 24 hours to appear, medical experts said.

The chemical evaporates quickly and is carried by the wind. Fearing a health hazard, police began evacuating homes within a mile area, including about 1,750 people in Orange City and 500 people In Deltona. Students and teachers at Deltona High School went home early.

..."There are probably many motorists who drove right through and didn't realize it and some of them might not be being feeling well," Deltona FIre Capt. Chris Nabicht said.

Carine, the golfer who drove through the chemical, estimates that as many as 150 cars got through before the highway closed. The chemical left a white film underneath his car that must be professionally decontaminated.

"It looked like dirty, mushy snow, 2 to 3 inches thick" he said. "The color ... the feel of the road - it was identical to wet snow."

(next day's Orlando Sentinel)

...Michael Taylor, the on-scene coordinator for the EPA, said the agency wants the cleanup to continue nonstop until the contaminated soil has been removed.

Experts do not know whether the ground water has been contaminated. "At any site you go to, it's always a danger," Taylor said, "especially with bad weather." It rained most of Thursday.

The Public Health Department has advised owners of private wells in the area to have their water tested for traces of the chemical before drinking it.

Robert Pierce, vice president of Florida Spill Response, said he has a geologist testing the area to determine whether acid has seeped into the water table or the aquifer.


Elaine Bennett Purvette Bryant, Lynne Bumpus-Hooper and Derek Catwn of the Sentinel staff contributed to this report.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.



[edit on 7-12-2009 by GoldenFleece]



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 12:10 AM
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Just get a water distiller. They're cheap and effective ($150-$200). Best water I've ever tasted. Activated charcoal filters are cheap, too.

twitpic.com...

Filtered through the distillation process:




www.nutriteam.com...



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 12:47 AM
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when the taps opened and milky white water that bubbles and smokes, comes out, one really wonders how safe it is to drink or how many chemicals are really in our water supply.
Even rain water tanked cannot be used for drinking water in some places as all the aircraft that pollute the skies add to chemicals for this water.

water filtration and boiling seem to be the only sure way of getting uncontaminated water from any source these days.
bottled water may be what will become the norm of the future if other treatments cause waters to be hazards to health, but even these might still be negatable due to the plastics water is bottled in. Clean untainted water will become another item for power control for those in charge in years to come.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 01:00 AM
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Im so glad we have a water filtration sysytem that gets filled every night


S & F for you my friend for bringing it to light



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 01:04 AM
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Hey what do you mean no fluoridation in Europe. think again you are being taught untruths and disinformation or are mistaken!!

You might not realize it but in 2001, in the UK 10% of ALL water was fluoridated according to the British Fluoridation society and the British Dental Association.

you might not realize that, just this year in Southampton, Feb 2009 a scheme has been in action to increase this number.

Invisibly you are all being fluoridated against your will!! Don't believe me? Comments like this are enough to bring anyone back to reality, I'd hope:



"The[B] right to fluoride free water is not a basic civil right[/B]. ... It is [B]not a right which affects the ability of individuals to make autonomous choices[/B] ...

In considering the ethics of fluoridation ... we should ask [B]not are we entitled to impose fluoridation on unwilling people, but are the unwilling people entitled to impose the risks, damage and costs of failure to fluoridate on the community[/B] at large."




My friend reprinted this Green Party Article which goes through the breaches of the Human Rights Violations in the UK / European breaches of rights going on right now.
Also there is a lot of worrying and surprising information on the British Fluoride Foundation Website, one reference is included above.

The question is how many people will find out before the continuing media blackout and censorship on the real truth about fluoridation in Europe - and the answer to that is - not enough.

Want answers then search around a bit y'all

Abductee



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 01:25 AM
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So which is better: Reverse osmosis filtration or a water distiller?

I only ask because I would love to make a water distiller, just as a fun project.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 02:17 AM
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My drinking water here at home is A.OK...but I am using rain water like most of the 90% of the households in the area and drink only but that, but our town water has proven to make almost every body who drinks it sick after prolonged consumption since they introduced fluidation and is also (im told by most girls) to be extremely damaging to your hair and skin.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 03:08 AM
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I visited a friend in the States in May and I have to say, I only tried the tap water once. That was enough for me, it was horrible!

It was cloudy and if you left it to settle, there was a sediment on the bottom of the glass.

I'm not saying the tap water over here is perfect, there is usually a slight metallic taste to it (dependant on the source), but it's a damn sight better that over there.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 05:20 AM
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Starred your excellent post.

On a personal note: My one brother in law is a geologist and a close friend of ours has worked testing water tables and both have mentioned exactly what you have in your post.

Both have not drank "tap" water for the last ten years.

Live long & prosper




posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 05:50 AM
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It is possible to make a water distiller, but it would be rather complicated. I saw someone online make one out of trash bags, only to find that he was drinking the plastic chemicals in the trash bag used as a collection device.

Reverse osmosis is better than nothing, but a water distiller is better because it removes 100% of all particulate matter and solids. The one I got on Nutriteam is used by dentists, laboratories, etc. so you know you are getting pure H2O. It has an activated charcoal filter to add taste to it. The only disadvantage might be that it doesn't add minerals, but drinking water without minerals is certainly better than drinking water with poison in it.

The distiller I bought makes water at a slow pace, but it doesn't matter if you store the stuff in *GLASS* jugs. I just leave it on overnight, and I have 4 liters of pure water to use for coffee or whatever. Coffee and tea taste much better with distilled water!

Shower filters are important too, because you absorb fluoride and chlorine through your skin. I found one online that converts the sodium fluoride into calcium fluoride (naturally occurring in soil, tea, coffee, etc. harmless).

www.promolife.com...

Ever since I stopped drinking tap water, I have noticed a marked increase in mental ability. I am more calm inside, and thoughts flow quicker. I am better able to remember things and interact with people.

Of course, I just drank beer full of sodium fluoride. Time to start brewing my own.


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posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 06:54 AM
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These are the chemicals/Minerals in the water i drink:

Typical Values mg/l

Calcium 20
Magnesium 5
Potassium 0.9
Sodium 13
Bicarbonate 45
Chloride 26
Sulphate 21
Nitrate 8
Fluoride less than 0.1

What do you make of that? Dangerous or Not?

I'm not sure on the Sodium intake but the rest is good... although Nitrate isn't good for some or too much of it

[edit on 7-12-2009 by TruthxIsxInxThexMist]



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 08:04 AM
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here is a good joke

What happens if terrorist take out all the water bottling factories in the west e.g Evian!

A: They wipe out the entire middle class!

Still makes me laugh to this day that joke



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 08:30 AM
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I have drunk water (made tea, cooked, taken it to drink while away from home, etc.) poured from an EMX-Water Jug (Effective Microorganisms) for the last six months: alzyone.com...

• According to the findings of Dr. Teruo Higa, EM-X ceramic has the incredible ability to delete any kind of
• negative information from water by causing an ion exchange. It also emits long infrared waves that
• erase toxic information from water molecules and reestablish the pure, original state. In addition, EM-X
• works as an anti-oxidant. Not only does it inhibit oxidation but EM-X also reverses oxidation that has
• already happened. At the same time, EM-X reestablishes the matter’s magnetic resonance. EM-X
• ceramic is the medium that transmits the burned-in positive information from the clay into the water.



It's excellent and I can taste and feel the difference.

I first filter it through a Brita pitcher.

My water originally comes from the Hamburg, Germany supply which has been deemed of best quality (who knows for sure?), but I need to do these two processes for it to be to my own satisfaction.

I have never been a fan of bottled water as, apart from it most often standing in plastic on shelves forever, I don't believe it's economically shipped or good for the environment.





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