DHMO! Everyone Run!

Have you ever heard of Dihydrogen Monoxide?  Dihydrogen Monoxide is commonly referred to as DHMO.   DHMO is a highly dangerous substance.  In some cases, it is referred to as the “Invisable Killer”.  😮

          The following are some facts taken directly from DHMO.org:

·  Dihydrogen Monoxide is linked to gun violence

·  Dihydrogen monoxide was found at every recent school shooting

·  Athletes use DIHYDROGEN MONOXIDE, or DHMO, to enhance performance

·  Dihydrogen Monoxide has been found in our rivers, lakes, oceans and streams

·  Dihydrogen Monoxide is a major component of acid rain

·  Thousands die each year after inhaling dihydrogen monoxide

·  Dihydrogen Monoxide can be deadly

 

Wanna learn more about Dihydrogen Monoxide?  Click here and go to the Dihyrdrogen Monoxide site.  After, come back and finish reading the rest of this post.  😉

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So, what did you learn about DHMO ❓  It may not have been in-your-face obvious, but did you figure out what DHMO a.k.a. Hydric Acid is?  If yes, good for you.  If no, well, DHMO is actually another term for…water. 😆 Yup,  the same stuff that kills thousands of people, causes burns, is in nuclear power plants, chemical test labs, school shootings and more, is really just water.  😀

          Think about it, hot water will burn your tongue, 😛 you can drown, if you drink too much too fast, you feel sick, and nearly every school has water fountains.   I had to post this because I just thought that it was too funny to pass up.  P.S.  If you find any other websites like this let me know, I would love to see them.  PlzKThx.  8)

          :mrgreen: Churros! :mrgreen:

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