Ion-free water for human consumption?
Robert "Doc" Coleman
brewer at his.com
Sat Oct 12 18:46:00 EST 1996
In article <53m3hv$alu at data.csw.net>, cbenson at CSWNET.COM (H.C. Benson) wrote:
> Hello Cornelius,
> My interest is in deuterium oxide which contaminates all terrestrial
> water supplies at a ratio ranging from 1:5000 to 1:7000. It is a puzzle
> to me why so little research has been done on the deleterious effects of
> exposure to these concentrations over the human lifespan.
> H. C. Benson cbenson at cswnet.com
> EUREKA! Idea Development http://www.ntid.com/eureka
If it contaminates all terrestrial water supplies, then we're all used to
it. To gain any useful data you'd have to raise someone on a special water
supply that DIDN'T have deuterium oxide in it!
Unless, of course, you're claiming that said "conamination" occurred
This discussion is getting really esoteric. NG's trimmed.
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