posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 07:11 AM
Fluoridation cannot end soon enough. Fluorine is added to water supplies in the form of fluorosilicic acid, a toxic byproduct of fertilizer
production. Don't believe it is toxic? Check out the MSDS:
Danger! Corrosive. Causes eye and skin burns. Long-term exposure may cause bone and joint changes. May cause severe respiratory tract irritation with
possible burns. May cause severe digestive tract irritation with possible burns.
Fluorosilicic acid is obviously not "safe" in any concentration, no matter how low.
"Fluoridating drinking water with recovered pollution is a cost-effective means of disposing of toxic waste. The fluorosilicic acid would otherwise be
classified as a hazardous toxic waste on the Superfund Priorities List of toxic substances that pose the most significant risk to human health and the
greatest potential liability for manufacturers.
The fluoride ion only hypothetically exists as an entity in an ideal solution of purified water - and tap water is far from pure H2O. All clinical
research with animal models is done using 99.97% pure sodium fluoride and double distilled or deionized water. Among the thousands of clinical studies
about fluoride, not one has been done with the pollution concentrate or typical tap water containing fluorides."
We are NOT adding pure sodium fluoride to our water supplies. We are adding fluorosilicic acid, a byproduct from manufacturing that has been heavily
processed, picking up radionuclides along the way.
"Fluorosilicic acid is composed of tetrafluorosiliciate gas and other species of fluorine gases captured in pollution scrubbers and concentrated into
a 23% solution during wet process phosphate fertilizer manufacture. Generally, the acid is stored in outdoor cooling ponds before being shipped to US
cities to artificially fluoridate drinking water."
There is no possible defense of fluoridation that could justify dumping a toxic waste into our drinking water.
edit on 19-6-2013 by apcbm4
because: (no reason given)