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Published by the Parliament of  Western Australia

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See pages 13 – 30

Full original text  HERE

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  People Are Drinking More And More Bottled Water  –
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     … One of the problems in assessing the impact of fluoridated water is that the government does not actually know how many people are drinking it.  According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, each Australian consumes an average of 1064ml of plain water per day, accounting for half of total beverage consumption on any given day.  But not all of this is fluoridated tap water.  Some people who are not comfortable ingesting fluoride install expensive reverse osmosis water filters to remove the fluoride.  Consumption of bottled water has also increased and is now the fastest growing beverage market in the world. According to a Roy Morgan Research survey, in 2015, 27 per cent of Australians aged 14 or more drank bottled water in any given seven days (and around 30 per cent in WA, where bottled water consumption is highest) 

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The fluoride added to tap water, is derived from industrial waste silicofluorides: hydrofluorosilicic acid (H2SiF6) and sodium silicofluoride (Na2SiF6). They are now used for over 90% of water fluoridation and increase absorption of lead and other contaminates into our blood.  See⇒ HERE

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Natural Calcium fluoride is found in soil, rocks, and water.
It has been detected on the planet Mars. It is less
harmful than the man-made pollutants referred
to above but is however a world wide problem
research by Queensland Government. 

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 TYPICAL  ANALYSIS of FLUOROSILICIC ACID:

Nickel                   1742.  ppm
Aluminium               2.1 ppm
Cadmium                    4.  ppb
Arsenic                 4826.  ppb
Mercury                       5.  ppb
Chromium           3763.  ppb
Lead                           15.  ppb 

Fluoride is toxic and corrosive. It rates ‘four’ on a one to five
scale. More toxic than lead, slightly less toxic than arsenic.

       MSDS for Sodium Fluorosilicate Power 
       Sodium Fluorosilicate Powder MSDS.jul12

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