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DHMO, the invisible killer
Transcript of DHMO, the invisible killer
DHMO is an enabling component is acid rain DHMO is present in large quantities in our atmosphere, as well as every ocean, sea, lake, and river in the world DHMO contributes to global warming Overexposure to DHMO can cause automobile breaks to fail DHMO flows from the faucet of most sinks, hoses, and showers DHMO inhalation alone killed an estimated 8,000 people during the recent earthquakes in Japan.
Overexposure to DHMO was responsible for 3,842 deaths in the U.S. in 2010.
Accidental inhalation of DHMO is the 3rd leading cause of death worldwide. According to the United Nations, 87.4% of the world's population is exposed to DHMO everyday. What is being done to combat DHMO? Virtually nothing... The Environmental Protection Agency takes a neutral stance on DHMO and sticks to a strict code of silence when questioned about the issue. Studies show that DHMO plays a role in the formation of at least 10 types of cancer. It seems hopeless, how can human beings ever overcome such a powerful killer that has infiltrated so many aspects of our lives? Relax, there is hope. DHMO is also known as water. GOTCHA! Don't be ashamed if you were fooled into thinking that water is dangerous, you are not alone. In our own survey 26 out of 30 people expressed general concern for their own well-being, and feared the effects HDMO after being exposed to these facts. 2 out of 30 honestly did not care about the possible negetive effects of DHMO. Only 2 out of 30 recognized DHMO as water. Purely through the use of rhetoric, visual aid, and conviction, we were able to actually convince college educated students that water is dangerous. Thus proving our point; that rhetoric, visual aid, and conviction can validate almost any argument.