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Re: Lou's response-phloaryhd Lou Pilder

Posted by larryhoover on September 4, 2011, at 17:01:45

In reply to Lou's response-phloaryhd, posted by Lou Pilder on September 4, 2011, at 11:04:36

Sorry, Lou, but I really cannot continue this discussion with you, as your sources have no credibility in my eyes. The "doctor" you reference is a semi-literate chiropractor. Her inability to distinguish between fluoridation and fluorination (note the subtle difference in spelling, but immense difference in meaning) leads me to dismiss her out of hand.

Your other references also fail scientific scrutiny.

I suggest you google "the dose makes the poison".

With respect to the "toxicity" of fluorinated pharmaceutical drugs, the carbon-fluorine bond is significantly stronger than the aliphatic carbon-hydrogen bond. As the latter does not dissasociate in the human body, I cannot imagine that the former is capable of doing so. The activation energy is simply far too high. Ergo, there can be no fluoride ions formed. But even if they did, they would be far too few to have toxic effects. Fluorinated molecules are remarkably stable, and are actually preferred in drug synthesis over brominated or chlorinated structures.





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