Should Dihydrogen Monoxide Be Banned?
In spring of 1997, Nathan Zohner, a 14-year-old 9th grader at Eagle Rock Junior High School in Idaho Falls, Idaho conducted a science fair project with the same premise. He distributed a tongue-and-cheek report to 50 of his classmates and posed the question to ban the dangerous chemical compound. In the end, 43 students (83%) students voted to ban DHMO, the rest voted not to, and only one student realized it was water.
I don't know if the people of those sites that want to ban Dihydrogen Monoxide are actually serious, but just because something has many dangers and hazards associated with it, it can also be essential for life.
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