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The Big Questions about our drinking water.

Ian Hamlton

Ian Hamlton

AlkaWay Founder

chlorine-DangerThanks to Water Man Neil Sweeney for these disturbing questions we all need to ask.

 

QUESTIONS THAT MUST AGAIN BE ASKED AND CONSIDERED BY ALL FAMILIES DRINKING TAP WATER

*What causes people to drink and cook in Chlorinated/Ammonia treated tap water?
*Why is it unsafe to drink chlorinated pool water?
*Why do fish die in chlorinated tap water?
*Why does direct contact with chlorine powder cause skin burns and breathing difficulties?
*Why do we accept the word of government that treated chlorinated water is safe to drink?
*Why has a worldwide ban been placed on chlorine as the base ingredient used in chemical warfare?
*Why is chlorine used as a bleach in whitening and disinfection?
*Why has there been an increase in G.I. conditions and cancers since chlorine was introduced as a disinfectant in 1901?
*Why do people suffer with irritating skin conditions after taking long baths/showers in hot chlorinated water?
*Why does skin feel dry and tight after long showers?
*Why do hairdressers recommend to not wash in chlorinated water?
*Why dont we consider that Bioaccumulation of chemicals like chlorine and metals wont harm us?

I invite people to write in their answers so that we all can consider.

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