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Topic # 151350 22-Aug-2014 12:57
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http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11312777

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t's only cost like $50M to investigate it for the 11 people with tin foil hats who wouldn't accept the answer from the first 100 experts telling them the first time. 

Sheesh!



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  Reply # 1113428 22-Aug-2014 13:20
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and what's worse chances are they won't accept this either.

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think of how fast the internet in Outram would be if they spent the $50M on that instead

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  Reply # 1113430 22-Aug-2014 13:34
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My preference has always been to brush my teeth properly and leave things like water as pure and natural as possible.  Never really understood why I need to have chemicals in my water just because other people eat too much candy or other such things.






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TwoSeven: My preference has always been to brush my teeth properly and leave things like water as pure and natural as possible.  Never really understood why I need to have chemicals in my water just because other people eat too much candy or other such things.




Well, you could always buy bottled water if it bothers you enough.

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TwoSeven: My preference has always been to brush my teeth properly and leave things like water as pure and natural as possible.  Never really understood why I need to have chemicals in my water just because other people eat too much candy or other such things.




Because it benefits you too, even if you do brush your teeth properly? Natural doesn't necessarily mean 'better for you.' Also, and not to belabour the point, but pure water isn't natural.




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  Reply # 1113440 22-Aug-2014 13:45
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TwoSeven: My preference has always been to brush my teeth properly and leave things like water as pure and natural as possible.  Never really understood why I need to have chemicals in my water just because other people eat too much candy or other such things.




Because it benefits you too, even if you do brush your teeth properly? Natural doesn't necessarily mean 'better for you.' Also, and not to belabour the point, but pure water isn't natural.


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  Reply # 1113466 22-Aug-2014 14:32
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I hate people.

Edit: The people with the tinfoil hats who take away the awesome things from us people who want it.




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  Reply # 1113474 22-Aug-2014 14:56
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TIL - We have a health forum! :)

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  Reply # 1113489 22-Aug-2014 15:16
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michaelmurfy: I hate people.

Edit: The people with the tinfoil hats who take away the awesome things from us people who want it.


Why didn't someone just suggest dunking a pink quartz crystal in the glass of the water to use it's aligned magnetic ions to absorb the negative energy charges caused by the fluoride, thereby gently and naturally purifying it? They totally would have believed that, and then normal people could have gotten on with their lives. Even if they gave out the crystals for free to anyone who wanted them, it still would been a much smaller waste of taxpayer money.




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Fluoride might be safe, but Colgate Total probably isn't by the looks! Dodgy.

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My favourite was the dramas in Hamilton.  At a referendum, 66% voted for flouridation (even when half their councillors voted against it), but the New Health group tried to use all sorts of legal avenues to block it being reintroduced.  Surely if the people want it, give it to them?

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muppet: Fluoride might be safe, but Colgate Total probably isn't by the looks! Dodgy.


That's why I only use Crelm toothpaste!




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nate: My favourite was the dramas in Hamilton.  At a referendum, 66% voted for flouridation (even when half their councillors voted against it), but the New Health group tried to use all sorts of legal avenues to block it being reintroduced.  Surely if the people want it, give it to them?


That's not how democracy works, Nate.

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don't get me started on immunization




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networkn: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11312777

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t's only cost like $50M to investigate it for the 11 people with tin foil hats who wouldn't accept the answer from the first 100 experts telling them the first time. 

Sheesh!




i wonder why they didn't spend $100 million studying the effects of wifi? telecom i mean spark has one every corner of the street. surely that's going to kill you faster than fluoride?




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