Fluoride spill at water facility burns through parking lot cement


To fully understand the destructive power of a substance, sometimes a strong visual is the best way to proceed. A spill of a highly corrosive chemical, Hydrofluorosilicic acid, at a water facility in Illinois literally burned through the concrete. Interesting fact: this chemical is directly added to drinking water as fluoride. Another interesting fact: adding fluoride to drinking water is totally and completely unnecessary.  Why is it there? To prevent “tooth decay” (it was however proven ineffective by numerous studies, mainly because the fluoride in water is ingested and not directly applied on teeth). What about brain decay? Fluoride actually accelerates it. Well, that’s what the dumbing-down of society is all about.

Here’s an article on the spill from Natural News.

A recent chemical spill at a water treatment facility in Rock Island, Ill., required the assistance of an emergency relief crew decked in the very same type of hazmat suits being worn by workers at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant in Japan. Except instead of radiation, the leaked chemical at the water plant was actually hydrofluorosilicic acid, a chemical fluoride component commonly added to drinking supplies for the stated purpose of preventing cavities. This fluoride chemical is so hazardous that it actually began to burn through parking lot cement in Rock Island before emergency crews arrived on the scene.

According to reports from WQAD News 8 in Moline, a tanker truck delivering the fluoride began to overflow, leaking the chemical directly onto the parking lot where it spilled down towards the street. And before emergency crews arrived on the scene in full hazmat suits and gas masks, the fluoride had actually begun to burn a hole right through the concrete.

“It’s a corrosive agent that the water treatment plant uses,” said Rock Island assistant fire chief Jeff Yerkey, concerning the spilled fluoride. He explained that the crews had to use earthen berms, dirt, sand, and commercial broom equipment to stop the leak. Yerkey also added that there was no “inhalation hazard” from the incident, and no evacuation of local residents was required.

What is truly amazing about the incident is that this very same fluoride, which fire chief Yerkey specifically called a “corrosive agent,” is deliberately added to drinking water supplies across the nation. This highly-toxic chemical that, when spilled, requires similar protective equipment as does a radioactive fallout situation, is being added to millions of Americans drinking water supplies every single day in the name of promoting health.

In reality, the events surrounding this fluoride spill are more than enough proof for any rationally-minded person that adding this poison to water supplies is a bad idea. Anything that requires the use of a protective suit and gas mask in order to handle — and that burns a hole directly through concrete — simply cannot be good for the body when ingested.

Read about the negative effects of fluoride on the brain here Dumbing Down Society Part I: Foods, Beverages and Meds

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come on guys, if we dont get our daily doze of fluoride wont we would not be reading vc but be out on the street protesting? hhmmmm

Soooo, no one noticed the chemtrails all over the sky, in that pic.

First thing I noticed!

Hey vigilant, you are usually right about the things you say, in general I agree with you. And I don't dare to disagree that fluoride is a bad thing to our health and that it poisons the brain and dumbs us down. You must be right about that. But not about the tooth decay. It is known that fluorine is effective, indeed. I can say, as a dentist, that systemic fluorine is good for the teeth. Not as much as when it's diretcly applied and not so much that it's worth all the risks. The thing is that it makes the teeth less vulnerable to corrosion, it reduces dissolution pH to 4,5 when it's usually 5,5. It's also known that bacteria produce acid that can corrode enamel from teeth. The point in the systemic use of it, as in many other medicines, is that your body keeps releasing it so… Read more »
The only thing you can take to get the fluoride, bromine, and chlorine out of your body and brain is iodine. Two years ago, the only conspiracy I truly believed in was the dumbing down of america with fluoride… not just from adding it to water supplies, but because they've turned it into a pesticide and they've taken all of the iodine our of our diets…. for instance, flour used to be conditioned with iodine.. one slice, and you'd had the 16 mg you need in a day… but now, they use bromine and that's a super poison that is in almost in everything around us: like the chairs you are sitting or the curtains hanging near you because they also use it as a fire retardant… but bromine is soooo much worse the fluoride. it causes depression and shows up like cysts in your breast tissues…and it blocks your… Read more »

Thank you for sharing this highly disturbing yet informative video.

Just checked the label on the bottle of Costco's Kirkland purified water I've been drink. This is what its says.

Processed by Advanced Filtration, Ozone and Reverse Osmosis Technologies.

Phew guess I'll be sticking to Kirkland brand plus its cheaper.

I live in Gothenburg, Sweden but i have know idea if they put fluoride in water.

I guess they do.

Let's go to DC and protest the floride in water until they fix it. Make a big deal about it tshirts stickers signs ect. Maybe nothing will happen but if that's the case we can shout about it and make it real uncofortable for them.

The board of the Santa Clara Valley Water District (in California) held a public meeting March 22nd on water fluoridation. This summer they are scheduled to vote on whether or not to fluoridate the water supply. The board and their staff were given 20 copies of a 75-minute cd of doctors explaining the history, origin, and health hazards of this toxic waste. Doctors included John Lee, John Yiamouyannis, and Phyllis Mullenix. The audio is posted at the website http://www.MaeBrussell.com. Just go to the bottom of the homepage.

If people were to burn a cd of that audio and spread it around (especially to churches, schools, health food stores and health clubs) you might find it very effective in waking up the public in your area. Good luck.

Does boiling water remove fluoride?? :S

Weleda toothpaste has no fluoride at all, it tastes good to : ) Here's a link to the toothpaste. And if you want something that is a SUPERB tooth whitener, try their Fennel toothpaste. http://shop.weleda.com/item_detail.aspx?ItemCode=… http://www.saffronrouge.com/weleda/plant-gel-toot… http://www.makeupalley.com/product/showreview.asp… Most of the mineral waters do, and in fact I haven't found one that doesn't. The safest bottled waters are the ones that come from glaciers. Even if they do have trace amounts of fluoride naturally, it's negligible. You must understand that fluoride is a mineral we need in TRACE amounts, but the fluoride ADDED to toothpaste and water is a toxic form and that is the main problem with it. Nazis put this same fluoride (usually a toxic byproduct of the aluminum industry) in the water in the concentration camps to make the prisoners more docile. Prozac is mainly this type of fluoride. It's one of the primary causes of bone loss.… Read more »

Whatt! Is this why they tell you to drink 8 glasses of water a day? Omgg i actually started doing that thinking i was doing the right thing i am glad i have come to this website and been educated. Thanks very much i will no longer be a foolish sheep!

there's no toxic substances, there's only concentrations of substances that is toxic.

Something in the water? Posted on February 19, 2011 by Unrest and protest against the authorities… no, I’m not talking about North Africa and the Arabian Penninsula, the news story that you may not have picked up on recently is that campaigners in Southhampton have failed to stop the South Central Strategic Health Authority from fluoridating the water of 195,000 people, NutriVital have reported. Debates are arising around it’s undemocratic nature, and questions about dosing control… but what health concerns should we be aware of? 1. 90% of fluoridating is done using hydrofluoric acid. It is undisputed that consumption results in a coloured mottling of the teeth, called fluorosis, which is often presented as a purely cosmetic side effect by it’s promoters, however critics raise that this is a clear indication of damage to the bone. 50% of the fluoride that you consume in your lifetime settles in your bones,… Read more »

Little off subject, but we're discussing poisoning, intentional or not… just read article about record snow fall, and snowpack in the Sierra Mountains in California, record snowmelt/runoff expected ….any thoughts as to whether Japan's radioactive fallout might ultimately affect the total water supply throughout California & Nevada drinking water, agricultural, and lawn irrigation systems?

It is time to pull an Erin Brockovich on it people. I totally agree to find solutions like alternatives and such, I do the same thing…but I think if we all start uniting, maybe some real change can be made. We should go to the source of the problem and fight from there. (And by fight I mean not rioting in the streets like the mob for them to have yet another excuse to force a martial law)…. I mean by spreading the word like wildfire with all our friends and family, placing it on the social networks like Facebook, Myspace (how many of us have accounts with at least 30, 50 or more "friends"), calling the water companies, writing to them….over and over and over if necessary. Let's use our talents against them. If you VC fans (Im one of em 🙂 have blogs, use your writing skills about… Read more »

Nice post VC!

Oh, this is kinda' off topic but is it weird if your school has a plaque with the freemason sign on it?

call me crazy but doesn't lemon juice in high enough concentrations do the same thing? everything thats highly concentrated is dangerous

hmmm, never heard anyone refer to lemon juice as a hazmat before though…

Yo wats up with the pic… with the nazi sign on the fluoride container????

The Nazi sign is there because 'Dee' knows: The first occurrence of fluoridated drinking water on Earth was found in Nazi prison camps. TONS of info/articles on this, here is just one.
This practice was then brought to America in 1945 via "Operation Paperclip". It is 'by design'….

thanks… i heard bout something like that, but wasn't for sure.

Well, if you weren't clued in by the large skull in the water, the chem trails in the sky and the water tower that said, "Docileville"… its a not-so-subtle reference to the nefarious intentions of putting poisonous chemicals into a water supply.

Well it is a 'deesillustration' as stated on the left corner below..in other words, not a real pic but an artist's conception…

What I would really like is that VC does an article on how the European Union secretly raised the 'harmless' level of nuclear contaminated food… 🙁

Really there is nowhere to go…

"They" say that only two-thirds of Americas public drinking water is fluoridated, to find out if your local water company is deliberately dumbing you down, you can check this database provided by the CDC. http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/MWF/index.asp Fluoride is hidden in a lot of products that you normally wouldn't consider such as: soda, cigarettes, cereal, salt, juice, tea, beer, processed soups, canned fish, pesticides (which means your fruits and vegetables contain fluoride as well) anaesthetics, infant formula, prescription drugs, mechanically deboned chicken (ie. chicken nuggets) wine, and of course toothpaste. Since fluoride is a cumulative neurotoxin; any fluoride you ingest over the course of your lifetime remains in your body, constantly building up and contributing to a host of problems such as lowered IQ, dental fluorosis, Alzheimer’s disease, mental retardation in children, skeletal fluorosis, and cancer. Fluoride also decreases the activity of the thyroid, resulting in an underactive thyroid, which is a… Read more »

🙂 Awesome!!! I was just about to post on this very thing but figured I had better scroll down all the way first, and here you are!! Couldn't say it any better myself D!!!

So as usual, I'll just post a little something:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSZQ3ixu7a4 – Flouride and the Pineal Gland 4 minute youtube scientific approach.

http://vigilantcitizen.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f… – Pineal Gland is the Third Eye from VC message boards


10 minute documentary on the pineal gland and the pine cone symbology, and why the truth and information about this knowledge have been a well-guarded secret of the priest-class for millennia.

By the way – I am so psyched to see how many of you guys are calling your water departments, writing letters, getting water filters, telling friends etc…. so proactive!!! Warms my heart for reals ~~~Sharing IS Caring!!

never saw the documentaries above but somehow I always knew they want to forcibly 'open our eye'.. We cannot see the demons unless we 'improve' our sight so everything will do: chemicals, digital and 3D video systems, hypnosis, enhanced reality devices etc. I am also sure the particle accelerator plays a role in this..

When I learned about the pineal gland, and the fact that fluoride's 'prime target' for fluorided accumulation is that gland….. is just seriously made me ponder these verses: Matt:6:22-24 The light of the body is the eye; if therefore 'thine eye be single'; thy whole body shall be full of light. But if thine eye be evil (horus?) thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light (illuminated?) that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness! No man can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. Then came across this one just this week!!! Luke 11:34-36 The light of the body is the eye; therefore when thine eye is single, they whole body also is full of light; but… Read more »

I wonder if people will still call me “crazy” after they see all of this! Unfortunately the mainstream media doesnt report on anything! This is outrageous!! Thanks for keeping us informed VC!


has alot of more detailed topics on fluoride for people who need more insight.

Good site!

I've been strictly drinking distilled water for almost 2 years. I buy it from the grocery store …but how do I know if It's actually distilled?? I think I'm becoming paranoid…

You won't know unless you filter your own water with whatever method works for you and your family. Same with food, so I would advise those of you who can to grow your own.

how to grow them? There's almost no sun in the summer any more… There are two years now since last time tomatoes ripened in my backyard. Four year ago we had plenty, enough to share with our neighbors. But not anymore. I'll try cherry tomatoes this summer. Or maybe I'll just give up.

Many health foods have reverse-osmosis systems on site where the water is actually dispensed… this is a pretty fail safe way of getting clean water.

You're right, you don't anymore… there was a study done by a news show in Toronto, and they investigated the origin of fish in the supermarkets…fish listed as "wild atlantic salmon" was actually farmed rainbow trout in some cases!!…that's not a small discrepancy, it's outright lying!…so when the anchor asked the manager how this was happening, they had a bunch of loopholes they talked about…BS…they lie and get their lawyer friends to get them out of it… same with organic food…look at whole foods getting their food from China and calling it organic!!…..what would make anything else like water any different… the better the brand name, the worse the product!

It's interesting how she says the local area was in "no immediate danger"…. !?!

So they add this as fluoride in the water, which they tell us is safe…

But they spill some and it creates a hole in the ground.. ??

can anyone explain to me how is this safe and pose no immediate danger to the population drinking this stuff.

…do people still believe in this crap?

It's too bad the depopulation agenda is happening in front of our very eyes but too many people are blind or asleep to the fact that all this is real and not healthy for them.

Right now, people are reacting like a reactor meltdown is a small problem with no important impact on our planet and it's population. I'm no scientist or radiation expert, but i'm sure we can't start spreading radiation all over the planet every 20-25 years with nuclear meltdown's or explosions.

People cant see whats happening or even care because this goes to show its already too late, the SODIUM FLUORIDE is in everything, not just the water supply, and has already weakened the masses to where they dont even care anymore to stand up for them selves…this is exactly what the governments intentions were all a long. Evil sick twisted bastards.

I totally agree that flouride is harmful and everyone should buy a dispenser and fill up on reverse-osmosis water in large dispenser jugs at their local health food store if they're able to.

The argument from natural news is a bit faulty though… you can't compare an undiluted source of any kind to its diluted form as far as the immediate results on another substance. For example, chlorine bleach in undiluted large amounts will also burn through many things… but a couple of drops will also make unpotable water drinkable in a survival situation or to clean stored water.


Hexafluorosilicic acid releases hydrogen fluoride when evaporated, so it has similar risks. It is corrosive and may cause fluoride poisoning; inhalation of the vapors may cause lung edema. Like hydrogen fluoride, it attacks glass and stoneware.[7]

from wikipedia, redirected from Hydrofluorosilicic acid.

But he said we cant be harmed if inhale the vapors!

…also, the city of Calagary in Canada has voted to remove fluoride from there water…should tell you something…

*oops I mean Calgary not Calagary

I live in Calgary and this news made me absolutely ecstatic, they were fighting over it for a long time. It makes me glad that someone's trying to be responsible around here…

when I was 16 (years ago), I worked at a grocery store and this old man came in and he was telling the person at the check out in front of him not to buy the toothpaste they were getting because it was poison…he seemed really erratic and crazy so we all kind of dismissed him…guess he wasn't crazy after all!!

I sent an email to the Department of Health in my country (South Africa) about the dangers of fluoride in our water more than a week ago and I'm still waiting for a reply. This is the nonsense they put up on their website: http://www.doh.gov.za/department/fluoridation.htm

Know the difference in naturally occurring fluoride ((calcium fluoride)) and chemical waste by-products ((sodium fluoride))! There IS a difference, and the gov't doesn't want people to realize this. (Add that to the list of things they do not want people to know)

What other water is there to drink or toothpaste is there to use that doesn't have flouride in it??? Can someone let me know???

I use Tom's of maine flouride free toothpaste, can buy from most healthfood shops 🙂

Biorepair (an italian brand) doesn't contain the poison .http://www.biorepair.co.uk/
I live in the UK and I used to find it in the shops until last Spring. Now I buy it on the sites and it's the same price as in the shops + free delivery. Another one is weleda. Perfect for kids. They love it. http://www.weleda.co.uk/calendula-products/childr
You need to search where they sell it cheaper. I heard toms has some fluoride free toothpastes but I never used them. Anyway these 3 brands (weleda, biorepair and toms) have some fluoride free toothpastes for sure.

but, fluoride in tothpaste.. with directly application it DOES help your teeth right?

otherwise im buying ne toothpaste today.

vitacost, spry toothpaste

Not sure about the water but 'Tom's' has a toothpaste without fluoride in it. I use this brand and love it. The taste takes some getting used to but the advantages obviously outweigh the disadvantages here…

We have a store around here that sells natural products. I use a toothpaste that is called tea tree oil toothpaste. My teeth are actually healthier since using it. They even have natural soaps. I use this oatmeal soap and my skin is less dry and softer. Reverse Osmosis water filters are the best for removing as much flouride as possible. I think you can search it online.


'Spry' is a new fluoride free toothpaste/gum out on the market. They had tons of it at the local wholefoods/organic store.


@NotFallForIt – Martinelli's apple juice is fluoride free. When the county was trying to put it in the water supply, they (Martinelli) threatened to move their plant elsewhere. I pay a few bucks extra for it, but my boys get fluoride free apple juice. It taste awesome, and it makes me very happy to support a company that stands up for what is right.

Baking soda is also great for brushing teeth…

"Toms Of Maine" toothpaste offers a non fluoride toothpaste, but be careful to make sure the label says NO FLUORIDE b/c they also offer paste WITH it as well.

VC you must LOVE riling me up every day. 😉

You must purchase a filter, and it is a shame. But you cannot trust tap or bottled water. Actually, this fluoride is in everything, drinks- foods- and goods… so there is no escaping it. Only minimizing exposure. I purchase Nature's Gate toothpaste from a health food store- or when I'm broke I just mix a little tsp of baking soda with some hydrogen peroxide and drop some organic peppermint oil for taste and it does the job without the neurotoxin added by those evil corporations.

Actually this is the preferred method for oral hygiene! Baking soda and a peroxide rinse (especially after flossing) baking soda has proven it's worth over and over again and a peroxide rinse in my opinion is a little more acceptable/beneficial than the "Burn" of an alcohol based one. Let me admit this though. I have had two rear teeth removed and I have been brushing with Baking Soda and rinsing with Peroxide for the past 10 years! But before you brag about your fluorinated crap, let me state that I am a beer/ale drinker and sometimes we, OK I, think my teeth are can openers hence the two removals. However, I have absolutely no cavities, no bone loss and I promise you this is thanks to a $.89 box of baking soda a $1 bottle of peroxide along with those cute little sword floss things. A tip though. When you… Read more »

You rock, awesome tips, thank you. And stop using your teeth to open your beer 😉

I love to order BFresh gum from IHerb.com in 100 count bottles. Best gum on the market in my opinion! None of the bad stuff, plus 200% RDI of B12 and 2 sources of water soluble calcium! If you haven't tried that kind yet, please do! But don't chew more than 2 pieces at once or else you will BOUNCE off the walls from all the B12!

Appreciate and right back at cha!

Thanks for the gum recommendation, seriously. Aspartame and our friend High Fructose seems to be the mainstay in traditional chewing options. Thank you for this suggestion.

Yes, I have now realized after two fractures that the teeth are required for your suggestion not Guinness or Budweiser metal caps…

:jaw drop:

I got a fluoride filter from purewaterfreedom.com

who knows if it removes all traces….

but it is better than nothing.

I spent about 200 bucks on a fridge filter and a shower filter, plus a replacement filter.

From what I understand, you want a reverse osmosis system to assure the cleanest water possible.

I also have an R/O system from purewaterfreedom.com, I love it and the best thing about it, I don't feel stupid anymore. hehe

AC ….there are water filters that can remove flouride from your drinking water.

This is an exact quote from the Brita website:

"Drinking flouridated tap water is also good for children. Flouride helps prevent cavaties. Brita systems have been tested and verified to remove only a trace amount or flouride over the life of a filter"

I'm pretty sure Brita is an elite company.

These districts have artificially fluoridated drinking water: Source National Pure Water Association Berkshire: RG1, 4-6, 40, 41 Birmingham: B6-11, 13-21, 23-34, 37, 40, 42, 45, 60-62, 65-71; parts of Central Birmingham and B36, 38, 43, 44, 46, 47, 63, 64, 90, 92, 97 Buckinghamshire: Parts of SG18, 19 Chelmsford: CM1 Coventry: CV1-6, 10, 11; parts of CV 7-9, 12, 13 Crewe: Parts of CW1, 2, 5-7, 12, 17 Cumbria: CA24, 25, 27, 28 Dartford: DA1 Derby: DE13-15 Doncaster: DN15, 16, 18-21, 38-40; parts of DN9, 10, 17, 22, 31, 37 Dudley: Parts of DY9, 10 Durham: DH2, 7-9; parts of DH15 Lancaster: Parts of LA19 Leicestershire: Parts of LE10, and 18 Lincolnshire: Ln1, 2, 4-7 Milton Keynes: MK17, 43-46 Nottinghamshire: NG18-20; parts of NG17, 21-24, 31, 32, 34 Oxfordshire: Part of OX9 Sheffield: Parts of S80 Shrewsbury: Parts of SY13, 14 Stoke: Parts of ST7, 8 Tonbridge: TN26 Tyneside: NE1… Read more »

If you're referring to the Brita filters, they don't. Their website confirms this.

I've got a stainless steel Berkey with the PF-2 Fluoride filter attachments and I love it. The manufacturer claims it removes up to 95% of fluoride but I haven't had it tested. So, not quite as good as the R/O system for removing fluoride but still very good. Plus, it's great at removing just about all other baddies, works in an emergency because it's gravity fed, and it's way cheaper to maintain than R/O. And no, I don't sell Berkeys 🙂

Actually GE makes a nice one that is a reverse osmosis system. This is what I used for over 3 years now. I test the water weekly for flouride. So far, there isn't even a trace amount present.

How does one test their own water weekly for Fluoride? I have not heard of this.

Another thing People in Scotland ,UK tell me That the don't have Fluoride in there Water ???

Can Any body confirm This???

Thanks VC for the heads Up Again !!!


UK Councils Against Fluoridation:

Read the story and the comments, follow the links:

Scotland decided not to add fluoride to the water. In the UK, around 10% of the water has fluoride artificially added to it. I drink a lot of diluting juice so it's good to know, hehe.

I wanted to see the picture with the BIG HOLE!!!!!

So as long as our teeth are white, who cares if it rots our brains!

Does anyone have any suggestions of how to avoid flouride in water? It's clearly terrible for us to ingest, yet bottled/filtered and tap water contains this nasty chemical.

buy a water distiller. if you do your research, youll find out that distilling water, then adding back the electrolytes and minerals is the best way to go. or buy a farm that is way out in the boonies somewhere with a natural spring on it. then just filter out the dirt and test the water to make sure that you didnt buy land on top of some secret government toxic waste facility. :^]

Reverse Osmosis systems should take out most flouride/chlorine/radioactive particles/pharmaceuticals/viruses etc. Everpure or Nimbus. They aren’t cheap but pay for themselves long-term.They do NOT remove chloramine (which some cities add to water and is highly toxic: chlorine+ammonia). If your city adds chloramine MAKE them stop. http://www.chloramine.org/

Bottled water leaches plastic chemicals and BPA- it is expensive and you never know how clean it really is (and its a load on our environment: trash, delivery, storage, manufacturing).

Berkey Water sells a portable water filtration system. One of the extra cartridges also removes fluoride. It costs a bit less than $250 for the system (and the extra filters are between $50 – 100 after that), but the filters last for 1.5 – 3 years depending on usage. Expensive at first, but good if you need something portable (live in an apartment), and cheaper in the long run than bottled water.

You can get them from a lot of sites, but here is one: http://www.bigberkeywaterfilters.com/

Distil your water, it removes all of the fluoride, reverse osmosis membranes eventually wear out, causing fluoride to get through. And if people use the term "it takes out all of the minerals!", you can get plenty of minerals from your food. Also, I use plasma ph drops to increase the alkalinity of the water for maximum cellular absorption.

I called several bottle companies. Dasani and Nestle pure life informed me that their water didn't contain it. They didn't add it to it, nor does it occur naturally in the water. Aquafina however, does contain it. Just call the 1 800 number on the back of any bottled water that you're drinking and ask. I went to so far as to call my water treatment plant. I asked if they added flouride to the water. She said yes. I asked her if she knew it was a poison. She said it was good for teeth, so how could it be a poison. I had to hang up! lol

Often you can google "Water Quality Report, MyTown,MyState" I did this for my city, Dover, NH, and found the fluorosilicic acid listed with the category:Contaminant. Ever since then, in letters to the City Council or discussions, I refer to this plain wording. I practically automatically connect the words, Contaminant Fluorosilicic Acid, in writing and speaking. It belongs there. As contrasted to the Non-nutrient, neurotoxin in our water. I hope readers of this site will set up "google alerts" to "fluoride" and also "fluorine". A daily update, and you find places to read and add your voice. Many voices won't be stilled. To your health!

Surviving Fluoride (on blogspot)

does just asking really answer your questions? alot of marketing lie to have you accept that everything is ok and healthy when actually its not. Just saying.

I called mine too and the guy agreed with me! He also asked me not to use his name. He said last time someone called in with similar questions, he told them he doesn't have any idea why we should be putting a toxic chemical in our water. A few days later the person he spoke to called the Indiana Health Department and gave his name saying he agreed. Then the guys boss at the water plant told him to shut up and stop badmouthing fluoride!!! Costco has reverse osmosis machines for only $159 now everyone!

I picked up one of the reverse osmosis systems at Costco as well. Normally $190, it had a $30 "instant rebate" on it. Plus, for those with Costco memberships, their bottled water (Kirkland Signature) is something like $3.20 for a 30-pack, and its reverse osmosis water.

thank you so much Jeff S – I did not know that about the Kirkland water.

I looove drinking water… i drink most of my water from a well we have tapped …. hopefully there is minimal to no flouride in it since the soil purifies and cleanses it as it moves down thru it

Instead of using filters (which may get rid of the fluoride, but you're drinking dead water that has no nutrition, considering it STILL comes from the tap.), please have a look into Daniel Vitalis's information all about natural springs and aquifers. And no, not "natural springs" like on the front of Nestlé's poisonous bottled water, as most of those waters come from a simple TAP, just like the garbage one's trying to avoid when they BUY bottled water (and let's not forget about anything packaged in plastic – it leeches estrogen and carcinogens into the water you're drinking, which messes up any body). I would look into natural springs, aquifers, Artisian wells, etc., to get your water. There is a real, untainted, untreated, uncooked (whereby all the nutrients are killed off – just like when drinking any pasteurized.) version of water out there, and it is stupendous. 🙂 http://www.findaspring.com http://www.danielvitalis.com… Read more »

Use a reverse-osmosis filtration system- It does remove the Fluoride from the water.

Consumer Reports recently reviewed water filters, including reverse-osmosis. The write-ups include amount of F removed from water. Most filters are slow, according to the article, with the highest performing one ($1800) less slow. I think planning ahead, filling a pasta pot early, could be a worthy deed towards family health. I believe the second highest rated filter was way less costly than the top ranked one. I continue to research, and will report on my findings on my blog, Surviving Fluoride at blogspot.

only those who live in the third world countries will suffer the consequence of consuming this nasty chemical, whatever products u guys have that are flouride free those who dont have or cant get it r the ones in jeprody

..what? I believe any human that consumes this chemical will suffer consequences….

meaning millions of Americans.