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Why some knew that years ago...

Discussion in 'General Debates' started by leov, Aug 19, 2019.

  1. leov

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    The fact that so many pollutants make it into our air, food and water...its a wonder any of us still function at all.

    Lower IQ's make people easier to control apparently....o_O
     
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    Revoltingest Greased up & ready for action!
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    Lawyers are no doubt licking their chops.
     
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  4. Rise

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    This has been known for decades. Europe has already banned it's use for a reason.

    It's not an accident it's in the water.

    For one, it gives certain industries a way to dispose of toxic waste like hydrofluorosalicylic acid while pretending it's simple mineral flouride. Not only that, but they have to gall to charge people to have them poison their water supply, when previously they would have had to pay to dispose of it properly.

    But worse, is that it is intended to both dumb down the population and reduce fertility in order to make the population easier for control.

    Not content with that level of evil, you have companies producing bottled distilled water with pictures of babies on it, aimed for use with infants, which proudly proclaim on them that they have flouride added. It is when children are in the womb, or very young, that they are most at risk of damage from flouridated water.


    So strong and effective has the flouride propaganda been in the US that there are even water filter companies that market the fact that their filters don't remove flouride as though it were a positive thing!
     
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    I was watching this issue for awhile, even had a confrontation with my kids dentist a few years ago. I found out that this issue has a very dark side and I 100 % convinced it is by design.
     
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    Kangaroo Feathers Hardline moderate

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    :rolleyes:
     
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    Statements by non-flouridizing nations do not mention health problems with poisoning (except possibly overdose), poisoning, etc. as is alleged in this thread for reasons for their decision. It is based on:
    1. Questionable effectiveness
    2. Political lobbying by environmentalists
    3. Ethical concerns of medicating others without consent or without regard to individual needs.
    Arguably, these are good reasons to NOT flouridize water (rather convincing for me, actually) but certainly do not confirm the following statements:

     
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    E.g. Effect of sodium fluoride on the sperm mitochondrial DNA in mice - PubAg
     
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  10. NewGuyOnTheBlock

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    The study shows 25 mg fluoride intake for the field mice at its lowest level below 0. We get about 1 mg per liter of water. So unless you are ingesting 25 liters of water per day ...

    From your own link:

    So unless you are ingesting 100 liters of fluorinated water per day ....

    At least read the abstract. Think it through. Fact check. Not doing so is how bad ideas, like anti-vaccination, ChemTrails and ULF being mind control devices for the dastardly government, get spread around.

    From what little I have learned the past couple days, I'd agree that fluorinating our water is unnecessary and its effectiveness in anything is tentative and inconclusive; but so far, I have been presented with no evidence to support that it is "dumbing down the populace", causing birth defects or the other fear-mongering assertions that are being made; and there is certainly no evidence that the assertions arise from a dastardly government conspiracy.
     
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  11. Subduction Zone

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    Some people will grasp at the flimsiest of straws and pretend that they are a 20 ton cable when it comes to attacking the government. Not that I am saying that government is perfect, but at least in this case it is a very flawed study that boys were supposedly effected and not girls alone should raise some major concerns. The most likely explanation would have more to do with the culture that those with fluoride were brought up with. This will of course generate new studies. I wonder if the conspiracy theorists will own up to their mistake if these findings are overturned.
     
  12. NewGuyOnTheBlock

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    Nope,

    The "new studies" would become a part of the conspiracy.

    The conspiracy believer will not conduct their own experiments; or at least, not do so with intellectual honesty or scientific ethics.

    Its rather a hobby of mine to watch conspiracy believer. Sometimes they **** me off or upset me (such as these ghouls who are still hounding the families of the Sandy Hook victims), but usually, they just entertain me.

    Like believing that trace amounts of fluoride in drinking water is equivalent to 20+mg of fluoride and the government is putting it there for nefarious purposes ...
     
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