There are two basic forms of halogenated tranquillizer:
major and minor. The minor tranquillizers are
halogenated with either chlorine or bromine
The major tranquillizers, albeit of
variable potency, are are all
In research studies, there are a number of reasons why the results may
not be accurate or valid. These are called biases. Bias can come from poorly
designed studies, or from problems in the collection, analysis,
reporting, publishing or review of study data.
Bias can lead to invalid results… “
BIASES AND OMISSIONS – SOME EXAMPLES IN THE 2016 DRAFT REPORT:
A) Reverse Osmosis water filters are now in many private Australian homes.
B) Non-fluoridated cities receive food and bottled drinks from fluoridated sources.
C) Fluoridated cities receive food and bottled drinks from non-fluoridated sources.
D) Many country homes are not connected to city mains supply
they use rainwater, well water and or some bottled water.
E) Movement of populations in and out of fluoridated and non-fluoridaded areas.
F) Absorption through skin-demal exposure – bathing/showering.
G) Apoptosis & Fluoride – A Norwegan study.
H) Damage to collagen.
I) Uneven distribution through city water mains.
J) Contaminants in fluorosilicic acid: lead, arsenic, mercury,
cadmium, chromium, copper, thallium, selenium,
barium and Polonium 210 .
A The legal implications
B More legal
C more→ HERE
K) The use of old research data from geographic areas with no industrial
fluoride emissions, e.g. coal burning power stations, and smelting industries
L) Other sources of fluoride: fluoridated pharmaceuticals, fluoroquinolones
toothpaste, crop sprays, (herbicides, fungicides,) household insecticides,
fluoride in P.F.O.A.s, teflon, food wrappers, foods and drinks e.g. tea.
M) Because fluorides are highly reactive and are antagonists of zinc,
iodine ♦, vitamin C, and numerous other essential minerals
and vitamins, the nutritional
status of communities and individuals needs
to be taken into consideration.
The report does not mention,
or consider this. It is these complicated reactions with fluorides
that make it responsible for so many human and animal illnesses
that this report omits, denies, fails to mention,
or its authors are unaware of.
N) Fluoridation Increases Lead Absorption In Children.
O) Contaminants in the fluoride products are bad enough, See (J) but fluorides
strip lead from water pipes and fittings. We from ‘Fluoridation Queensland’ have
been studying these reactions since 1975. We do not expect you to have a definitive
understanding of all these chemical actions and reactions; we are still learning.
Fluorine is a complicated element, but your failure to deal with many of responses
may involve you in litigation in the future.
P) Chlorine should not be used in drinking water. It needs to be replaced with
the more effective and safer Chlorine dioxide (See ‘The Safe Drinking Water Act’
signed into law by President Gerald Ford USA, on December 1974).
Q) Global warming will cause populations to drink more water and
correspondingly be exposed to more fluorides.
R) A few nations that did experiment with fluoridation are abandoning
the procedure. Is Australia to be the last one?