Dihydrogen monoxide

Dihydrogen monoxide is a colourless, odourless and tasteless substance that is responsible for the deaths of several thousand people every year.

Author: Dr. Andreas Kremser

Most deaths are caused by accidental inhalation of DHMO, but the dangers of this substance go further. In its solid aggregate state, it can cause severe tissue damage after prolonged skin contact. after prolonged skin contact. Symptoms of DHMO poisoning include increased sweating, urination urination, bloating, dizziness, vomiting and electrolyte imbalance. disturbances of the electrolyte balance. The addictive potential of DHMO is DHMO is enormous; once addiction has set in, withdrawal means withdrawal means certain death.

Dihydrogen monoxide

  • is also known as hydroxyl acid and is the main component of acid rain
  • is found in beer in high concentrations
  • contributes to the greenhouse effect
  • can cause severe burns
  • is causally involved in the erosion of our natural landscapes
  • accelerates the corrosion of many metals
  • can cause electrical accidents
  • reduces the effectiveness of car brakes

Contamination is reaching epidemic proportions! Large amounts of DHMO have been measured in practically every river, lake and other bodies of water throughout Europe. But the contamination is global. Even in the
Antarctic ice this contaminant has been found. In America, DHMO has already caused already caused damage running into billions. Despite all the dangers dihydrogen monoxide is often used

  • as a solvent and coolant in industry
  • in nuclear power stations
  • in the production of polystyrene
  • in fire-fighting
  • in animal experiments
  • in the application of pesticides. Even after repeated washing, food remains contaminated with this chemical.
  • as an additive in the production of various fast food dishes and other foods.
  • in aquarium circles as a filler for sodium silicate tanks

The industry pumps DHMO untreated into rivers and oceans after use, seas without being able to prevent it, as there is currently no legal against it. The effects on flora and fauna are extreme extreme and can no longer be ignored! [...] The [...] refuses refuses to ban the production, distribution or use of this harmful or use of this harmful chemical on the grounds that it is of great importance for economic well-being [...]. In fact DHMO is used by the Navy for research purposes, among others. In the USA billions of dollars are being invested in technologies to harness DHMO for [...] purposes. Hundreds of [...] are being utilised by tonnes of DHMO through sophisticated underground pipeline systems. by the tonne. Many are storing large quantities of it for future use. [...] It's not too late! Take action to prevent further contamination. Ignorance harms you and your fellow people all over the world.

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