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    Baron

    i do not agree with your theory.
    if you do not use a water filter,
    your body ogans are take up that filter function,
    see how terrible the old filter cartridge is when you replace it.

    >> you try to make everything 'pure',
    you can make something purer easily by filter only if it is certainly "not pure"

    >>the more susceptible you become to other illnesses.
    if you organs are overload with detox function,
    your organs can no longer do other functions well

    >>The water is a hell of a lot cleaner now days than years of old!
    Exactly opposite ! The environmental pollution (include water) is much worse than my grandparents time. In future, it is harder to finder clean air, water and food


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    Yes and the world will explode in 15 years! Talk about living scared. Scared to breath,scared to drink,scared to eat anything...what a great way to go through life! By saying the water is better now than years of old, means better than what many people in cities consumed 100,200,500 years ago. Same for food, same in a sense for air pollution. The difference is that back then the methane levels were bad due to horses etc,now its automobile fumes. The fact is that we have it BETTER than ever before,as standards HAVE to be better. Although there is one big difference i see going by these posts...nowdays there are a lot more hypochondriacs! Stop living like you're dieing.


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    It is not scare here. Worsen pollution is a fact.
    Iqnoring the problem is no help to future generations.
    We need to do something and accept the true fact.
    Forget about those speeches by those Gov. head who like to hide fact, tell lies and play with numbers.


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    to tex; and water folk

    Hi tex: can't really recommend the air filter I use, as hard to tell if there's a difference! (for sure see that fair amount of dust is filtered out, but can hardly tell re some of the nasties for lungs; should be that some of these removed by active carbon as I recall)
    Baron: seems you've taken on the task of troll for this thread. (From my understanding of internet "troll"). It's true that for many of us, get cleaner drinking water to homes than in days of yore; but as to pollution of the water at source - woah!, disgusting.
    Should indeed get on with living, but if some precautions are simple enough, take these - and don't worry unduly (which might also bump you off!)


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    do not mix up hygiene vs pollution

    i agree that
    hygiene is better now in cities,
    but pollution is worsen.

    we artificially make some things or some places more hygienic
    do not help reduce pollution, in fact it is most likely increase the pollution
    by being more hygienic sometimes.


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    every neck should have one


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    Vrindavan,i agree that pollution levels are higher now, what i was trying to say is that there has been bad pollution for a long time. Its not at the level where you'll get cancer as one person has claimed. What a city like Hong Kong needs (particulary the Island) is for all cars to be run on electricity (a batery that can be charged overnight and that DOES exist), but it would cost too much for everyone to change over. Also the government would lose too much in oil/petrol loss. If the government really wanted to make a difference then they would introduce a plan of incentive for people to change over to electric, perhaps selling these cars would be a start?

    I dont really understand how being more hygenic increases pollution?

    And kombuchakid...don't get me started on that waste of money gadget!

    DocBird...i'm that kind of guy!

    Last edited by Baron; 24-10-2004 at 03:21 PM.

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    >> I dont really understand how being more hygenic increases pollution?

    i do not wish to explain this.
    just think more about this ,
    i am sure some people will undertsand what i say


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    Perhaps you don't want to explain this because you know it makes no sense?


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    provoke Thinking !


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