The dangers of dihydrogen oxide are extremely wide. Composed of Hydrogen gas, which is highly explosive, and oxygen, ( an ingredient in battery acid), dihydrogen oxide is also known as dihydrogen monoxide.
Dihydrogen oxide, a common chemical is a prime component of acid rain. Hour after hour, thousands of pounds if it are poured into the air and water by countless factories. Many sewer systems, regardless of the content of their wastewater, dump dihydrogen oxide tainted waste into the ocean, destroying the nearby wildlife habitats. dihydrogen oxide is easily available to anyone, including children. Some of the hottest burns are in fact burns of dihydrogen oxide in its heated gaseous state. Temperatures can reach up beyond 373 K. When excessive amounts of this chemical are ingested, gastric disconforts occur, and then to excessive urination. dihydrogen oxide is also deadly to humans. In 1995, 92 people died from prolonged contact with graditious amounts of dihydrogen oxide in Maricopa County, AR alone. The estimated figure of total deaths of dihydrogen oxide is around 5000 people per year in the U.S. Most of these deaths are children.
Dihydrogen oxide contributes to the erosion of the soil, and the general destruction of roads and highways. In 1997, a large amount of dihydrogen oxide broke loose and washed away an immense part of Highway 50 in California. And in the early half of the 1990s, a huge outbreak destroyed millions of dollars of farmland near the Mississippi.
This chemical is also unregulated. A company can add it to their food without regulation or approval of the FDA. Many baby food corporations add dihydrogen oxide to baby food and export it to third world countries, despite its dangers. It also remains on fruits and vegetables even after washing! Nuclear power plants use Dihydrogen oxide in their reactors to reduce the heat of reaction. This can then be dumped into the ocean, lakes, or rivers without consultation of the EPA!
Industrial applications of dihydrogen oxide include use as a dissolvent. The corrosive properties of dihydrogen oxide allow it to dissolve a wide range of substances. Its solubility, 100 percent in water, allows for quick disposal, and easy cleanup in case of industrial accidents, which there are several of every year.
This clear, colorless and odorless chemical is usually found in one or
more forms in 91 percent of homes in world! Every one and a half-hour,
another person dies from contact with dihydrogen oxide. The majority of
schools have containers of dihydrogen oxide, which are easily available
to young children, often carelessly left in easy reach! This chemical,
stored in huge underground vats by the military, awaiting biological and
chemical warfare, the destructive nature of dihydrogen oxide is great.
Unless something is done about this, the misuses of this chemical will
continue to grow, and more people will continue to be injured and killed.
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