July 27, 2004
Acid Rain?
Today we continue our investigation of Dihydrogen Monoxide (DHMO). Perhaps you did not realize that DHMO is a well-known "enabling agent" in acid rain; without sufficient quantities of this substance, acid rain can not occur. However, DHMO is found in nearly every stream and lake in the US and around the world. In fact, measurable quantities of the compound have been detected in ice core samples in both the Arctic and Antarctic.

Exposure to large quantities of DHMO have recently resulted in immense property damage and loss of life at many locations worldwide. However, your homeowner's insurance routinely excludes any coverage for this type of damage.

For your own safety, ascertain the true facts about this substance by visiting dhmo.org.

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