May 1st 2016
Blame the people, the sport fisherman, Native Americans, Global Warming, why don’t we put the blame where it be longs, THE GOVERNMENT, EPA, and the Environmentalists, who says what is going to be put in our water system!!!
Why blame the government for the loss of fish in our rivers and streams, and Oceans, will some have already have found out what our Government Agencies have been doing to the water we drink and use every day, is really safe like they want us to believe, the government does not care, because they do what ever they want without going to or listening to the people.
Chloramine contaminated water,Where does all this water go, it is not hard to under stand that it ends up in our rivers and bays, and aquifer, [any geological formation containing or conducting ground water, especially one that supplies the water for wells, springs, etc.] how about the food we eat, where do they get the water to grow vegetables and feed the meats we eat???
Chloramine Kills fish, how about people over time, what does it have to do with our health and birth defects???? does any one have a true and straight answer what it will do as time does by, NO ONE can answer that because no one can predict the future, some think they can. What do you think, can you predict your future, when you are going to get sick, become disabled, or when you are going to die????
Any one who thinks they can is not looking out for your safety, they are only thinking about what they can put in their pocket, because people today won’t stand up and say we the people not we the Government, Politicians only think about their pocket book $, $, $, not you or your Health and Safety.
What do you think, here are some articles.
Chloramine is a less effective disinfectant than chlorine, but it is longer lasting and stays in the water system as it moves through the pipes that transport it to your home (a process that can take three or four days).
For this reason, chloramine is often used alongside chlorine as a “secondary” disinfectant designed to remain in your water longer – but is it safe?