Dihydrogen monoxide (DHMO, also known as μ-Oxido dihydrogen) is a chemical that kills more than 380,000 people every year. Despite the great damage it causes to people and to Mother Nature, the mass-polluting industrial corporations continue to use it in massive quantities.
Dihydrogen monoxide is used in:
Monsanto's dangerous genetically-modified Frankenfoods
The reactor cores of the nuclear power plants that pollute the world and harm the environment
The manufacture and use of chemical WMDS
Corporate vivisection facilities
Industrial facilities as a coolant in the production of even worse unnatural chemicals
DHMO was used by the Trafigura megacorporation in its massive dumping of highly toxic waste in West Africa.
DHMO was used in Adolf Hitler's death camps
Sustained skin contact with the solid form of DHMO is responsible for serious tissue damage and mass cell death, along with eventual loss of function. In its gaseous form it causes severe burns. DHMO has been found in biopsies of pre-cancerous tumors, showing that it contributes to the development of cancer.
DHMO is the leading cause of the serious problem of soil erosion, especially in developing countries.
DHMO has also been found to be the cause of the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters, and it is a critical component of many other toxic chemicals.
DHMO is commonly found in products sold to the general public, such as:
The "medicines" produced and sold by Big Pharma corporations
Shampoos, deodorants, and other hygiene products
A preservative in food
DHMO is commonly used as a supposed "decontaminant" in food even though it is nearly impossible to remove DHMO from food that has been exposed to DHMO. Big Food does not want you to know about the dangers of this chemical!
The greedy corporate oligarchs don't want you to know about dihydrogen monoxide or its harmful effects! Spread the word about this dangerous chemical before it does even more damage!
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