Even worse is that they only talk about perclorate, which exists lots of
places naturally, even in the south east.
heck, how else do you find it in the ground in the first place ?
companies don't make most chemicals out of thin air, they dig them out of
Salt peter came from caves where bat droppings collected, and got in water
sources and made many of the population of those small towns not interested
in having sex. the towns birth rates were very low. who should they have
Note this part:
"Perchlorate was little-known before 1997, when tests were developed
that could detect it at lower levels
than before. Soon afterward, the chemical was discovered in Rialto and
found to be widespread around
military bases and defense manufacturing sites."
So basically, it was never a "problem" until it became possible to
detect it. So why are they getting all worked up about it? Also, how
much testing did they do in other areas besides "military bases and
defense manufacturing sites"? Maybe they'd find the levels are just as
Nothing's ever a problem unless it can be detected ;-)
it has been found all over the country in places not near military bases
some found it in the breast milk of Jersey women.
They have to keep their , umm, reloads in a storage magazine.
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