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#1 Jan 13, 2011
I am sorry but why dont you explain to people where the fluoride comes from? and why the fluoride is good topical not ingested? Why toothpaste labels say its toxic to swallow? Before you say the amount of fluoride in toothpaste is greater than in water, how many glasses of fluorided water do you drink a day? enough to add to a pea-size drop of toothpaste? the paste that is toxic to swallow. Huh? You know what is "considered one of the greatest public health successes of the 20th century"? Education. You teach people to be clean, to brush their teeth and no need to force medicate people.
#2 Jan 13, 2011
Fluoride is volatile when it comes into contact with the radioactive isotope Plutonium 9, which the York Water Company has been adding to the water for the past 15 years. The isotope was designed by the military in the 80's and used tested on small east Asian nations in an attempt to force sterilization, spontaneous abortion, and mind control.
Look at the top of that company...ex-army!
Look at all the microwave transmitters on top of the water tanks around the area. What do you think they are for? It's an experiment on the residents of York. They can't add fluoride because it will have a nearly nuclear explosive reaction with the other garbage they are already polluting us with.
#3 Jan 13, 2011
You're a nut bar. There is no such thing as Plutonium 9.
#4 Jan 13, 2011
There are many large scientific studies to show that that drinking fluoridated water has no effect on cavity reduction and to show that it causes cancer and other health problems. The best source for scientific information on fluoridation can be found here:( www.fluoridealert.org ).
If fluoride were "proven," there should be evidence of its glory in Kentucky, which has been 100% fluoridated for over 40 years. Kentucky, however, leads the nation in the number of dental cavities in children, and in the number of completely toothless adults, according to government records. The same ineffectiveness is evident in many states and cities.
Most of Europe (16 countries) has rejected fluoridation and is 98% fluoride free. and the WHO reports that they have a better tooth decay rate than any fluoridated country.
If you want fluoride in your water, put it in your own glass of water, leave the rest of us out of it.
#6 Jan 14, 2011
Instead of mass feeding of people that do not want fluoride it should be s parents option as to whether they want their children to have it administered individually!
#7 Jan 15, 2011
No matter how often you beat this horse, it's still
#8 Jan 15, 2011
...and believe me, Buzzard and the vast majority of the other well educated NUCLEAR SCIENTISTS on this thread know of what they speak, through their smiling toothless moufs!
#9 Jan 30, 2011
The alleged benefits for fluoride only affect baby teeth, specifically those that range in age from 5 to 9. As another poster has noted, no evidence appears to show that fluoride even benefits the children. So, we continue to risk the health of all adults for an alleged benefit. Ah, it was only a year or two ago that YDR was belittling the anti-fluoride crowd with sneers about "General Ripper". Given a few more years, and we will see a drinking water limit of about 0.4 mg/l as a maximum allowed concentration. Fluoride is a contaminant with many bad side effects and very little to show in the way of benefits. I cannot believe that this issue is still being debated at EPA after all of these years and millions of cases of dental and skeletal fluorosis. Give it time.
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