Thursday, April 4, 2013

D is for DEATH!

Dihydrogen Monoxide! The Unknown Killer!

Hello, friends! I am taking this A-to-Z post to spread the word about an unknown scourge - DIHYDROGEN MONOXIDE! For too long, this killer has been allowed into our homes, our schools, our work places, AND EVEN OUR BEDROOMS! The government does nothing to stop it! Websites and petitions have been created to spread the word, but they are treated like a joke! According to research done by the non- profit group DHMO.org, Dihydrogen Monoxide (DHMO) is involved in numerous industrial incidents each year. It is a major component in acid rain, and high levels are found in creeks and streams. Despite recent bans on dumping dangerous chemicals, farms and industry are still releasing into the environment. Legislation won't stop it. The government will not ban it, despite the known risk. It is our job to spread the word!To learn more, visit its Wikipedia page for more links and information: Dihydrogen Monoxide

Did you know?

--->It only takes 5ml to KILL!

--->It causes cancer!

--->It could be in your Home!

6 comments:

  1. Cool! From an old chemistry student. Ignorance is a dangerous state in which to live because the ignorant are easy to manipulate. That's yet another reason for being the best educators we can be - and for improving our educational system. Good post!!

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  2. My goodness, thank you for this warning - and to think we're 90% DHMO, if I remember rightly.
    Take care - and happy A to Z-ing

    Jemima at Jemima's blog

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  3. Hi Samuel, Very clever. A very fun post and very indicative of the state of much of what's out there ready to scare us. Thanks. God bless, Maria from Delight Directed Living

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  4. Very Informative and thanks for the warning....though I havent heard of this gas :)Will spread

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  5. AHH!!! Run for your life. But not too fast cause that would make your thirsty.

    Great post!

    --
    Tim Brannan
    The Other Side and The Witch
    Red Sonja: She-Devil with a Sword
    The Freedom of Nonbelief

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