[ExI] Fluoride nonsense

Keith Henson hkeithhenson at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 22:57:34 UTC 2013

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 4:00 AM,  Alan Grimes <agrimes at speakeasy.net> wrote:


> I love how this thread is developing.
> One technical note here. Be aware that there are several types of
> fluoride. There is calcium fluoride that can be a nutrient in some
> limited quantities and there is sodium fluoride that is put into the
> water supply which is a toxin. It should also be noted that what is
> delivered to the water companies is actually a mess of toxic waste
> including depleted uranium and other substances.

Alan, is it too much to expect the quality of information on this list
to be up to Wikipedia standards?



How do you make a case that the fluoride ion in water is different
coming from sodium or calcium?


Given the source of many fluoride compounds from phosphate rock, it's
within reason to expect a little uranium.

But depleted uranium?  Not a chance.


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