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Yes, President Coolidge was treated in a sealed room with chlorine gas on 3 consecutive days (May 20-22, 1924). On the second day he brought his wife into the room even though she wasn't sick. He liked the treatment so much he is quoted by American Review vol. 71 as saying to Bishop Anderson: You must go down and take a chlorine treatment. I recently ...


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Yes, it is to a large extent. This paper by Lian et al. explores the formation of volatile chlorinated compounds that are formed from reactions with organic nitrogen compounds, such as urea, amino acids, uric acid and creatinine. The authors exposed both dilute solutions of uric acid and bodily fluid analogs (mixtures of compounds intended to mimic the ...


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The Red Cross itself denies that the video is accurate. Their statement categorically denies that they were involved in any clinical trials for Malaria. You can find the following statement on the website of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC): IFRC strongly dissociates from the claim of a ‘miracle’ solution to ...


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Chlorine does evaporate, so if exposed to air (e.g. in a bucket) in warm water (especially under UV light or sunlight) it will probably mostly dissipate overnight. Both fluoride and chloramine will not similarly dissipate, if you want them removed you need to filter them out (e.g. with activated carbon) or distill the water. See: Can You Remove Fluoride ...


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Speaking about Germany, the health regulations for tap water are somewhat tighter than for bottled water - specifically, they cover more contaminants. But of course both are intended to be perfectly safe to consume. Some of the tap water regulations are tighter for non-health-related reasons, e.g. the Sodium limit is lower to prevent the water from ...


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at least in italy, the definition of legally drinkable tap water is crushingly tight: bottled "mineral" water can get away with much more minerals and metals. In particular, some mineral waters would have too many dissolved minerals in them to be ok as tap water. Recent tests show that tap water is just as good as bottled water http://www.ilfattoalimentare....


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Let me start off by saying it is very hard to determine what is fact and what is propaganda, since this is a water filter that competes with the biggest water filter company in India. Court to Decide Water Purifier Battle Pure Water, Dirty Linen Water purifiers ineffective in preventing waterborne diseases, revealed through RTI For those who don't know (...


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Quoted from this article on chlorine in water The EPA warns that levels that exceed the regulated amounts will be harmful. The agency’s conventions state that the allowable chlorine levels in drinking water may be up to 4 parts per million. This stipulation has a wide margin of error, so if higher levels of chlorine are mistakenly added, most drinkers ...


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I didn't see any claim for 100% pure water, as your original post indicates. Nevertheless, they clearly state that it achieves purity "comparable to boiling water." (1, 2) The product claims to be EPA certified, (4) so it must comply with the safety levels for disinfectants, including chlorine (5). Nevertheless, you could contact the EPA concerning the ...


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Calcium chloride is a desiccant (moisture absorbent) and will, to a degree, control odors due high humidity. Calcium chloride, CaCl2, is a common salt and the compound of calcium and chlorine. It behaves as a typical ionic halide, and is solid at room temperature. It has several common applications such as brine for refrigeration plants, for use ...


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