• Christopher Bryson|
• David Grimes
|Marketed as an anti-tooth decay improvement, there is increasing evidence that the fluoridation of water may have a range of deleterious effects upon population, probably lowers IQ and may not have much affect on tooth decay.|
The fluoridation of drinking water is by no means as uncontravertial as the official narrative would have people believe.
A simple echoing of the official narrative on water fluoridation is provided by a 2013 article by David Grimes in which he praises the practice unreservedly, stating that fluoride in drinking water is safe and effective at preventing dental caries and that the practice "is one of the few health interventions that saves much more money than it costs" and that "it’s easy to dismantle the arguments of anti-fluoridation campaigners". He quotes the Centres for Disease Control that "reviews provide compelling evidence that community water fluoridation is a safe and effective method for reducing tooth decay across all ages".
|A video by James Corbett|
Many governments around the world have for decades put fluoride in drinking water, and the academic community was for a long time extremely hostile to anyone who challenged this practice.
Fluoride in drinking water has been shown to be strongly correlated with later ADHD prevalance, and high levels of fluoride are correlated with fluorosis and lower IQ. In 2016, it was classified as a neurotoxin in The Lancet. Extensive research on the history of water fluoridation was done with the book 'The Fluoride Deception' by Christopher Bryson.
Some areas in China have a high natural level of fluoride, leading to research aiming to find how much to reduce fluoride concentration to make it safe enough to drink.
|Suppression of dissent in science||paper||1999||Brian Martin|
|File:The Fluoride Deception Preview.pdf||Book||7 March 2006||Christopher Bryson||This is a preview PDF, which includes only the first 92 pages of this well researched and well referenced expose of water fluoridation in the USA. Bryson draws on many interviews with scientists, and archival research in places such as the newly opened files of the Manhattan Project and the Atomic Energy Commission. The book reveals how and why water was ever fluoridated, and some of the dangers of this practice."|
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