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Should Dihydrogen Monoxide Be BANNED?  

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    • Yes. It's Dangerous and need to be Banned!
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    • No. It's Safe enough.
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    • I Don't Care
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Dihydrogen Monoxide is a compound that should be banned.

It's used as a Strong Cleaning agent, a coolant in some machinery, Large amounts of it can be found in some of the resent oil spills that have killed many animals, and it is the LARGEST component in ACID RAIN!!!

Currently the US government refuses to ban the production, distribution, and use of Dihydrogen Monoxide this could be a costly mistake.

AND YOUR HELP IS NEEDED TO BAN IT.

Please no replies, I just want a yes or no in the poll. Please don't spoil my research at the end of the poll, I will open it up for responses.

(poll will run for 5 days.)

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Dihydrogen Monoxide is a compound that should be banned.

It's used as a Strong Cleaning agent, a coolant in some machinery, Large amounts of it can be found in some of the resent oil spills that have killed many animals, and it is the LARGEST component in ACID RAIN!!!

Currently the US government refuses to ban the production, distribution, and use of Dihydrogen Monoxide this could be a costly mistake.

AND YOUR HELP IS NEEDED TO BAN IT.

Please no replies, I just want a yes or no in the poll. Please don't spoil my research at the end of the poll, I will open it up for responses.

(poll will run for 5 days.)

EDIT: Im gonna die from this Dihydrogen Monoxide thing... I inhaled a bunch of it and ZOMFG. It is killing me...

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Just imagine if this dihydrogen monoxide got into our water supply. I could see where this would be a terrorist field day.

I've heard that Dihydrogen Monoxide was even responsible for creating the Grand Canyon, apparently the Colorado River contains tons of this stuff.

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