Due to the fairly-recent DHMO research of scientists Eric Lechner, Lars Norpchen, Tom Way, Nathan Zohner and others, it has been shown that yet another chemical compound is pervasively affecting lives around the country (and probably the world).
This insidious substance is sometimes known as hydric acid or hydroxic acid. Be forewarned: According to researcher, T. Way, its influence looks to be incredibly difficult to escape. DHMO is more prevalent than Radon gas, and so far not much of a problem, until you start getting too much.
The good news: Low-Moderate-level intake of DHMO/hydroxic acid has thusfar been deemed non-fatal and reasonably non-cumulative in effects.
The bad news: In excess, DHMO can kill.
The best course of action is to recognize it and exercise appropriate caution and common sense whenever you come into contact with it.
Some DHMO facts:
- Since 1946, and probably before the Industrial Revolution, Every known aquifer in the United States has been contaminated with DHMO, especially those in New Jersey and Delaware.
- Due to its polarized arrangement of electron bonds, DHMO is frequently used as an industrial solvent.
- Several people are injured or killed each year due to excess exposure to, or intake of DHMO.
- Accidental inhalation, even in small quantities, has caused death in several individuals.
- A chemical cousin of DHMO has been used extensively in the manufacture of atomic fuel rods and weapons-grade plutonium.
- DHMO has been found embedded in human and bovine muscle tissues in rural England from 1992-1998; and also inside cancerous tumors.
- Once DHMO gets into food, it is almost impossible to get out completely.
- One or more chemical advocacy groups have tried to counter the claims of DHMO.org and have tried to rename it the more benign and people-friendly term “Hydrogen Hydroxide”.
- As of this time, there isn’t a filter yet made that can remove DHMO from drinking water. More than 95% of them end up refining the substance.