Hello from a city that is about to become used as human guinea pigs in the name of science!

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posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 05:23 AM
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As a Municipal Water Plant Operator for 19 years, I can tell you that Fluoride isn't used anymore in my State of NY. There are liability issues concerning dosages. I believe most water authorities around the country stopped using it in the 1970's. The stuff is very toxic if chemical pumps malfunction. I don't care how redundant the safety's and alarms are, pumps can still malfunction. There is no fail-safe way to introduce chemicals in the water. It's bad enough that we have to add Chlorine. (which has it's own set of issues)




posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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Thanks for your words dissident. Its great to hear from someone who has many years in the water industry talk about fluoride and the point you make about pump malfunction is a very valid point.

One of the things that concerns me the most is the type of fluoride that may be used for this.
As I understand the places throughout the world who have added fluoride to the water supply in the past (and that includes the USA) have used a high grade sodium fluoride.

Enough tests and experiment have been done on this already and the results are evident that the substance can be deadly.

So why put it in our water and do more tests? What type of fluoride are they using?

Are they actually using sodium fluoride?

Or are they using industrial waste fluoride?

There are many issues involved here and the whole thing stinks.

Expect them to tell the truth?

One thing is for sure, there's a nice big pot of gold for the government at the end of this rainbow of lies and corruption.

Let's just hope this rainbow disappears before they get to the end.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 05:51 AM
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You are right Sir, the whole thing stinks. I haven't done any research on the subject, because we don't use it here. Not sure what type of fluoride was being used. All I know that it is toxic at high concentrations. I think that what people should really be looking out for is THIS: You definitely want to know how close you live in relation to a Defense Contractor. My Water has been contaminated by a major Aerospace Corporation. Northrop/Grumman has been making aircraft, guidance systems, even manufactured parts for the lunar module. What we have in our water are by-products from jet fuel, and many solvents and heavy metals used in the plating process. The Asses at the US Navy decided to build a remediation plant. Only problem is that they built it within 1000feet of 2 of our wells. So the remediation plant actually drew the contaminates to our wells. I will never trust the Navy, Grumman, or anyone else who has a financial stake in what's happening in the Water. One question: If the US Navy was at fault and liable, why would the Justice Dept. write the checks to the local Water Authorities? (to upgrade our plants to remove the contaminates) I hope I didn't run off topic. PS... when approached at their little meetings that are open to the public, that nobody knows about, one Rep from Northrop/Grumman said that the contaminates were a cost of freedom. I nearly flew across the room to choke the SOB.
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