The Dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide
By Alan Wandke
One hundred percent of people who consume it die, it is used to manufacture chemical weapons and homemade bombs, it is used by every terrorist organization on the planet, yet still dihydrogen monoxide is has gone largely unnoticed throughout the twenty first century.
Now many people might wonder what is “Dihydrogen Monoxide?” Dihydrogen Monoxide, also commonly known as Oxide, Hydrogen Hydroxide, or Hydronium Hydroxide is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless chemical compound. Unknown to the common person, it is also one of the most deadly chemicals know to man.
Each year, thousands of people die of Dihydrogen Monoxide related causes. Inhalation of Dihydrogen Monoxide can be lethal as well as coming into contact with its solid form can lead to death. Dihydrogen Monoxide is also a major pollutant in our oceans, lakes, and rivers, leaving oceanic wildlife to fend for themselves. It is also a major contributor to acid rain and its presence oceans leads to increased likelihood of powerful coastal storms. The culmination of all these aspect of Dihydrogen Monoxide leads to billions of dollars in damage and has taken the lives of many americans.
When many people begin to see that facts about Dihydrogen Monoxide they begin to wonder why they have never heard of it before. Many agencies like the CDC and FDA simply ignore many of the facts about Dihydrogen Monoxide. The public awareness for the problem is very low and its dangers are unknown to most citizens. Until recently, the problem it has caused were considered minor and easily dealt with, but as more research reveals the deadlier aspects of Dihydrogen Monoxide, something must be done about it.
After hearing about Dihydrogen Monoxide most people just want to know what the so-called dangers are. They, in fact, very real and scarier than you might think.
- gaseous forms of Dihydrogen Monoxide can cause severe burns to the skin
- major component of acid rain
- it causes severe soil erosion
- it causes corrosion and oxidation of many metals
- it has been know to be given to vicious dogs often before deadly attacks
some common uses of it are
- in nuclear power plants
- used to enhance athletic performance
- production of biological and chemical weapons
- it is a major ingredient in some types of home-brewed bombs,
- used in some cult rituals,
- used by the KKK during rallies and marches,
- historically, in Hitler's NAZI death camps across europe, found in prisons in Turkey, Libya, Iraq and Iran, syria
- used by many terrorist groups such as al Qaeda and ISIS