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Comment: Dihydrogen Monoxide Risks...yhea, right (Score 1) 44

by Markar (#1861671) Attached to: The Dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide
>>Anomalous Coward writes "I have trouble believing you haven't been sent this a zillion times, but I couldn't find it searching your archives. I feel lame submitting it, but oh well... Billions of people are unaware of the risks posed by Dihydrogen Monoxide. An integral component of acid rain that can be lethal if inhaled, DHMO is nonetheless used as a nuclear power plant coolant, and an ingredient in baby food." I've also been told that in almost all cases, it bonds as hydrogen hydroxide. Sorry but the risks associated with Dihydrogen Monoxide don't seem to hold water ;-)

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