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  • Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

    It has been reported that large quantities of a toxic substance called DHMO have been found in an astounding number of drinking water bottles. This toxin has been found to be in bottled water produced by every major company (Dasani, Poland Spring, Aquafina, etc.) Surprisingly, these companies are doing absolutely nothing about it while thousands of people die each year of accidental consumption of DHMO. Unfortunately, the government is doing absolutely nothing to stop this. In fact, the government has refused to deem DHMO as a toxin because of its 'filler' purposes in the bottled water industry as well as in other food related industries.

    In the scientific world, DHMO is known as dihydrogenmonoxide. It is one of the most common "green-house gases" and greatly contributes to global warming. DHMO has also been found in lakes, streams, and rivers. DHMO has been found in cancerous cells as well as in brain cells of cattle plagued by Mad Cow disease.

    The following website explains the dangers of DHMO...
    http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html#OPPOSE

    Despite the cons of this common chemical substance, DHMO has been used in the medical field for quite some time. Some doctors may prescribe DHMO to patients with meningitis and cancer. There is evidence that this substance has in fact aided the recovery of some of these patients.
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    Originally posted by Phonedave
    Well, if your parents can't teach you, maybe you can learn from a taser.

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    Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

    Yikes! In the insurance field a DHMO is a dental HMO. Looks like we'll have to come up with another acronymn.

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      Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

      In this day and age who isn't surprised that the water we are drinking is tainted with some unknown harmful agent? Yet, what are the odds of this substance alone causing death?

      I tend to refill my water bottle at work with tap water, and when people tell me their fears about it I tell them ... hey you live in Los Angeles!!!

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        Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

        .....I'm not even gonna ruin this one yet.

        Think about the word di hydrogen monoxide, people.....

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        • #5
          Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

          ^ Ha ha, that's a good one!
          I want my cake back!
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          • #6
            Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

            So a bottle of water is full of....water?

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              Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

              Originally posted by Mousey Girl View Post
              So a bottle of water is full of....water?
              yeah. Who would'a guessed?



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                Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

                Lame joke.
                but they do say that they plastic does leech (??) some toxins into the water. That's why you shouldn't reuse plastic water bottles. I don't know how proven that is, but that is what they say.
                Good morning, son
                In twenty years from now
                Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                And I can tell you 'bout today
                And how I picked you up and everything changed
                It was pain
                Sunny days and rain
                I knew you'd feel the same things...


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                  Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

                  Originally posted by NeverNeverland View Post
                  Lame joke.
                  but they do say that they plastic does leech (??) some toxins into the water. That's why you shouldn't reuse plastic water bottles. I don't know how proven that is, but that is what they say.
                  I agree. I didn't plan on posting this as an April Fools joke. It was much better received in Gold a few weeks ago so I thought I'd post it here. However, I completely forgot until a few days ago. I figured I'd add my own twist to it but I guess it didn't work.
                  Oh well.
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                  Originally posted by Phonedave
                  Well, if your parents can't teach you, maybe you can learn from a taser.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

                    Aww it's ok!
                    I just hate April Fool's Day!
                    Good morning, son
                    In twenty years from now
                    Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                    And I can tell you 'bout today
                    And how I picked you up and everything changed
                    It was pain
                    Sunny days and rain
                    I knew you'd feel the same things...


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                      Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

                      Originally posted by NeverNeverland View Post
                      Lame joke.
                      but they do say that they plastic does leech (??) some toxins into the water. That's why you shouldn't reuse plastic water bottles. I don't know how proven that is, but that is what they say.
                      The level of plastic used isn't the same as reuseable bottles, so the plastic breaks down.
                      Also, reusing water bottles... if you just refill and refill and don't wash, bacteria can be growing in that water bottle.

                      *gets a glass of Brita water*

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                      • #12
                        Re: Bottled Water Laced with Potentially Hazardous Substance?

                        Plastic bottles are bad for you.

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