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Raider4ever

Dihydrogen-Monoxide

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I've been told that when a power company opens up a dam to create electricity, this causes a sudden increase in levels of Dihydrogen-Monoxide downstream of the dam. Is the Ministry concerned with this? Should we be?

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I know that there has been great concern and debate about dihydrogen monoxide levels in the Missouri river in the Dakotas. From what I know the Corps of Engineers knows of the low levels and wont do anything about it which has the locals in a tizzy. Both extremely low levels and extremely high levels can be very dangerous, kinda like pH. In fact, I have heard that are a lot of deaths attributed to it and yet the govt does absolutely nothing about it. Typical govt beauracracy.

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CodyDawg,

Thank you for getting it. I put this post up on some of the other forums and a lot of people thought that I had committed some form of heresy by posting a little humor. It's sad when a bunch of Mama's basement dwellers take it upon themselves to inflate their own low self-worth by becoming the "Posting Police". If one of the site administrators told me it was inappropriate, I would of pulled it.

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