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REALLY? NOT FAMILIAR WITH TRICLOSAN? MIGHT WANT TO READ UP. READ CAREFULLY.MKULTRA wrote:Quite simply the only sense you have made.fire wrote: FAR, FAR, FAR, FAR, FAR, FAR, FAR,FAR, FAR, MORE IMPORTANT THAN CLIMATE CHANGE:
THE SCIENCE IS SETTLED, THE QUANTITY OF TRICLOSAN IN THE ENVIRONMENT IS
ALREADY ABOVE THE THRESHOLD FOR KILLING ALL LIFE ON THIS PLANET
DEAD OCEANS = DEAD PLANET
Triclosan is toxic to aquatic bacteria at levels found in the environment. It is highly toxic to various types of algae and has the potential to affect the structure of algal communities, particularly immediately downstream of effluents from wastewater treatment facilities that treat household wastewaters. Triclosan has been observed in multiple organisms, including algae, aquatic blackworms, fish, and dolphins. It has also been found in land animals including earthworms and species higher up the food chain.
Triclosan favors anaerobic conditions which is typical in soil and sediment. The antimicrobial properties of Triclosan are resistant to anaerobic degradation which is the main contributor to its persistence in the environment.
Triclosan can react with the free chlorine in tap water to produce lesser amounts of other compounds, such as 2,4-dichlorophenol. Some of these intermediates convert into dioxins upon exposure to UV radiation (from the sun or other sources). The dioxins that can form from triclosan are not considered to be congeners of toxicologic concern for mammals, birds and fish.
is it clear yet why i dont want us to leave this planet?2,4-Dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) is a chlorinated derivative of phenol with the molecular formula C6H4Cl2O. 2,4-DCP is used primarily as an intermediate in the preparation of the herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D). Annual worldwide production is estimated at 88 million pounds. It is also a photo-degradation product of the common antibacterial and antifungal agent triclosan along with the dioxin 2,8-dichlorodibenzo-p-dioxin.
Liquid (molten) 2,4-DCP is readily absorbed through the skin and contact with large amounts may be fatal. Solid 2,4-DCP does not readily absorb through skin and has a lower NFPA H=3 rating (versus H=4 for molten 2,4-DCP). This is primarily caused by instantaneous renal failure, liver damage and various other organ failure.
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