Thursday, January 17, 2013

ADA and AMA already declared fluoride as a "protoplasmic poison" in their own journals back in 1936 and 1943---Are these the same "older" studies they cite as "scientific proof" that fluoride is "safe and effective?"


Is the fluosilicic acid used in community water supplies by water fluoridation schemes as innocuous to human health as promoters make it out to be?

A fluorosilicic acid, ether of two silicon fluorides, is what's most commonly used as a water additive in North America and most fluoridating countries for the stated claim of reducing or preventing tooth decay.

This acid releases fluoride ions into the public water supply to a stated controlled value now at 0.7 ppm (or, 7 mg per liter, or, 7 mg per kg) concentration. The concentration may not remain at that value throughout the distribution system depending on circumstances. The ethics, morality and legal issues aside, this "concentration" does not allow for different amounts of water consumption in the individuals in the treated population, which can lead to overdoses. This also means that all foods and beverages prepared with tap water will contain a form of fluoride in them which adds to the toxic load. This way of treating the population also does not account for the health status, genetic makeup, pre-existing chemical sensitivities of individuals consuming such water, nutritional intake and any predispositions to illness considerations of the treated individuals.

Testing is only done for the Fluoride ion concentration, but not for hydrogen fluoride, none of the co-contaminants that come with the "fluoride," residual silicon fluoride, any the many compounds that may form due to recomplexing of the Fluoride ion with the chemicals used in water treatment, chlorine, chloramine, Ph balancers, Alum, and others, and any remaining organics in suspension.
It is a fact that the toxic "fluoride" industrial waste used may also contain but not limited to: fluorine, hydrogen fluoride, lead, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, chromium, phosphorus, iron, iodine, silver, plus uranium238, barium, radon, cobalt, radium, polonium and possibly others because it is derived from the mining processes used to extract the phosphate used in the super phosphate fertilizer industry, mostly from Florida but sometimes imported from China.
Fluoride (F-) is a known protoplasmic poison, as admitted in
1. the Journal of the American Dental Association, Volume 23, page 568, April, 1936, titled Fluorine in relation to bone and tooth development by Floyd DeEds, Phd. and
2. the Journal of the American Medical Association, Sept 18, 1943, Editorial. "Fluorides are general protoplasmic poisons”

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