With Poison Still in the City’s Drinking Water, Sioux Falls Ranks 3rd in Living Conditions for Senior Citizens

“Public Works Waits For Go-Ahead from Pierre to Stop Poisoning Residents”

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5 – 23 – 15  Sioux Falls, SD. By Devin Saxon.  A 25-mile bike trail looping around historical centers in Sioux Falls has landed the city in the sights of the AARP, who have ranked the greater Sioux Falls region as 3rd in living conditions for senior citizens, even though the City still enforces water toxicity levels dental experts now claim causes fluorosis. Conflicting with recommendations in regards to health and public safety, “The City will continue to add fluoride,” according to Sioux Falls Public Works, at dangerously high levels twice that what is recommended by the Department of Health and Human Services, until attorney’s from the Capital City tell District Sioux Falls to stop poisoning local residents.

Fluorosis Poisoning Symptoms
Fluorosis Poisoning Symptoms

“The City will continue to add fluoride to the level of 1.1 parts per million until the State of South Dakota revises state law.” – Sioux Falls Public Works

“..recommendation is for a single level of 0.7 milligrams of fluoride per liter of water” – Department of Health and Human Services

“0.7 milligrams per liter = 0.7 parts per million” – Mathematics and Science

caesarPerhaps if there wasn’t poison in the public drinking water along-side our nationally recognized bike trail, we could have finally beaten those bastards in Madison, Wisconsin. Thankfully for the placebo effect though, senior citizens can still feel that their teeth and their grandkids’ teeth will stay cavity free. However, it seems protecting this placebo effect and big brother’s go-ahead in Pierre is taking priority over reality, planet earth, the city of Sioux Falls, and all beings of water of which require the drinking of water to survive.

“..exposure to high levels of fluoride from drinking water can contribute to a seven-point drop in IQ on average.” – Time Magazine Feb. 14, 2014

“The consequence of such brain damage is impaired [central nervous system] function that lasts a lifetime and might result in reduced intelligence, as expressed in terms of lost IQ points, or disruption in behavior,” – Lancet Neurology Journal

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