posted on Jul, 3 2004 @ 12:24 PM
There was an industrial accident in New Jersey, I believe, and lots of floride had excaped into the environment. It caused severe damage to the
crops, the lifestock, and the people in the communities down wind. To avoid litigation in this event, they ordered studies done pertaining the the
possible health effects of the stuff. Well, the words were changed and statements like...."they had no teeth" were turned into they had less
cavities. well, it stuck, and now we have flouride added to our water.
I've read the same thing on other site also.
also, there is a site called iris, that is part of the EPA, they have alot of chemicals in their database with the studies they had done. IT can be
found by doing a search for epa, iris. I'm not sure if this was the site of if it was osha, but one had all these harmful effects of flouride
listed, deterioration of the teeth, and bones, ect...but then at the end it states that these risks aren't present when it comes to the small amount
in the water. Why, I don't know... it might be a small amount, but since it is added to the water, it's in alot of our food and beverages we
consume, add that to the flouride in the toothpaste, ect...well, we are being overdosed. Also if you look into it far enough, you will find stories
that the Nazis gave it in their concentration camps to keep the people docile....the studies done by our gov't found that it impaired mental
capacity. In some countries, the communities cannot take it our of their water supply, not without the permission of the central government. which
is kind of troubling really. as it is, never expect our government to admit now that it is unhealthy, they won't....not when there reason it is
there is to cover up a disaster back then...