ECOstrive – Eighteen states filed suite against the EPA on Wednesday to force them to regulate Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions. But the real danger could be Dihydrogen Monoxide (DHMO). According to the United States Environmental Assessment Center, thousands die each year after inhaling dihydrogen monoxide. It is also a major component in acid rain.
According to DHMO.org, DHMO is a colorless and odorless chemical that kills or maims thousands each year, primarily through accidental inhalation. It has also been revealed to be a causative agent in many environmental exposure incidents, industrial contaminations, automobile accidents, and property damage. The dollar amount losses caused, and the lives impacted, by the DHMO threat are virtually innumerable. Perhaps we should be pressuring the EPA to regulate DHMO as it is very prolific throughout the environment. Maybe not… Continue reading Forget Carbon Dioxide, fight Dihydrogen Monoxide