[ RadSafe ] What were they drinking? Crackpot crock pots investigated -- Revigorator

Cary Renquist cary.renquist at ezag.com
Wed Jan 13 13:09:14 CST 2010

That nasty ol' radiation wasn't the likely culprit in Revigorator

Cary.renquist at ezag.com

What were they drinking? Crackpot crock pots investigated

the greatest risks associated with drinking the recommended six to eight
daily glasses of "revigated" water was from toxic elements-arsenic,
lead, vanadium and uranium-dissolved in the water. Although the
concentrations varied with the containers and whether the samples were
taken from the top of the containers or from the leaden spout, most of
the containers exhibited levels of toxic elements in excess of EPA or
OSHA recommendations. Especially striking were the samples of exposed
water mixed with a mild acid to mimic wine or fruit juice. Ordinary
water kept sealed in one of the jars contained two to twenty times the
EPA MCL for arsenic, and some samples showed almost twice as much lead
and uranium. The acidified water contained 300 times more arsenic and
three times more uranium than the EPA MCL.

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