We frequently hear that cigarettes contain Formaldehyde.
You know Formaldehyde? It's the stuff they embalm bodies with. They rarely mention it is used in vaccinations as well but that's a side issue.
Then we hear that electronic cigarettes are full to the brim with Diacetyl, which of course causes "Popcorn Lung".
Scary stuff huh?
It's funny though how they never mention other toxic shit?
Uranium – Ideal for flattening Japanese cities.
Radium – Highly radioactive.
Sulfur – Used in matches.
Magnesium – used in flash bulbs.
Hydrogen – Does anyone remember the Hindenberg Disaster?
Tungsten – Used in jet fighters and light bulbs.
Arsenic – To be avoided in recipies as the graveyards will testify.
Mercury – Nasty stuff.
Lead – Does nasty things to the brain. Used for roofing.
Aluminium – Thought to cause Alzheimer's
I could go on because the list is long.
But where do I get my little list of lovely toxic elements?
I think I'd rather just Formaldehyde and Diacetyl?
Or could it be that the dose makes the poison?