Originally posted by timetothink
reply to post by Chrisfishenstein
I read, and even you said the studies are inconclusive.
So you take inconclusive studies with practically no control groups.....and you make up your mind that they conclude what you want them to.
I am quite certain there is NO way what so ever that those 10 e cigs have more pollution than 1 car exhaust.
edit on 19-3-2013 by timetothink because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by stirling
Get yer nose out of somebody elses business......
It gets pretty damn tiring having people dictating to others.....because of their own proclivities.
Thisis the direction society is headed in....
Everyone the sam,e everyone with their heads up everybody eles gigi.
Truthfully you are breathing literally TONS of industrial byproducts and exhausts.all day every day.....
Why not go after the major pollutors instead of some wore out old folks......
This rap makes me angry.
I bet you complain about yer neigbours lawn too.....bah!
Originally posted by Chrisfishenstein
reply to post by butcherguy
Did you learn a new word? Surreal.....Man you are surreal now.....
That comes from reading.....If you want some reading, go to the peer reviewed study and take a look....Might learn a thing or two that don't include bashing me for not wanting this crap in public areas.....
During the smoking session we found: TOC=6.66mg/m3, toluene=1.7 μg/m3, xylene=0.2 μg/m3, CO=11 mg/m3, nicotine=34 μg/m3, acrolein=20 μg/ml and PAH=9.4 μg/m3. No glycerin, propylene glycol and NOx were detected after the smoking session. During the e-CIG session we found: TOC=0.73 mg/m3 and glycerin=72 μg/m3. No toluene, xylene, CO, NOx, nicotine, acrolein or PAHs were detected on room air during