- In some places, DMHO precipitates from the sky and collects in the streams, rivers, and lakes.
- Cancer tissue can contain significant levels of DMHO.
- In heated gaseous form, DHMO can cause burns.
- 95% of people who die will have ingested DHMO in the previous 12 hours.
- 86% of people who die while swimming have been found to have DHMO in their lungs.
- Nearly all canned soups contain DHMO.
- DHMO can be found in most sodas, beers, wines, and juices.
- Many athletes ingest DHMO to improve their performance.
- Too much DHMO in the system can cause bloating and frequent urination.
- Most household cleaners contain DHMO.
- Electrical circuits cannot operate properly when exposed to DMHO.
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
Dihydrous Monoxide, The Colorless Menace.
Here's one for the GreenPeace Nazis. There's a new environmental movement, campaigning for a global ban on Dihydrous Monoxide. This stuff really is widespread, and I for one support legislation on this normally liberal moon-bat issue.