Water challenges

Re: Stopping fluoridation


As we move forward with our challenge to stop water-fluoridation, we will continue to educate in an effort to tell the truth of what water-fluoridation entails.

The following is a chemical analysis of hydrofluorosilicic acid: H2SiF6 24.04 percent, HF 0.16 percent, SPGV 1.211 g/ml, TPA 0.02 percent, APHA 20.00, Arsenic 32ppm, Lead <1ppm, Barium 0.15ppm, Cadmium <0.01ppm, Cobalt <0.04ppm, Chrome <0.1ppm, Copper <0.10ppm, Mercury <0.09ppm, Antimony <0.22ppm, and Selenium <0.27.

Two of the listed chemicals that cause great concern are the lead and arsenic which is a known carcinogen.

Do we really want this added to our water?

Hydrofluorosilicic acid is a toxic poison and should never be put in a municipal water system for any reason.


Marty DaBell


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