Thanks for posting this crucial information. To the victims of this deception: Water distillation and subsequent filtering is easy to do at home. We can refuse to purchase toothpaste containing fluoride and certain medications to avoid exposure. There are even measures, expensive measures, to purify water directly from the pipe coming into your house for washing bathing cleaning etc.
However, water is present in the majority of foods we consume; water more often than not contaminated with fluoride. This is especially true for condensed, boiled, and reduced products as concentration naturally occurs. Fruits, vegetables, and the majority of agricultural products are irrigated with municipal water supplies containing fluoride. Even certain organic food manufacturers are unaware of this hidden poison and unknowingly integrate fluoride into otherwise healthy alternatives to processed corporate food-opoly. Sports drinks, coffee, vitamin water, virtually any prepackaged beverage commercially available to consumers also represents a risk to fluoride exposure.
The stifling conclusion necessarily drawn from the collective analysis of fluoride toxicity, is that in order to protect our selves and our families from deliberate, malicious contamination with these otherwise indisposed aluminum and phosphate mining industrial by-products, we must work together to free ourselves from dependency on municipality in regards to water acquisition and food production. Fortunately these two measures work hand in hand.
An Australian inventor by the name of Edward Linacre, (http://www.gizmag.com/airdrop-wins-james-dyson-award/20471/
) earned the James Dyson award in 2011 for designing a low tech solution for extracting water from air. Drought ravaged agriculture in Australia, and crippled farmers facing debt in the greedy clutches of monopolistic indentured servitude, and this invention emerged as a response to increasing farmer suicides. Essentially, a solar powered condenser extracts humidity in the air and powers a low pressure drip irrigation system to provide free water for crops. This has been shown to work in desert areas where humidity levels are incredibly low. Sounds too good to be true? Think again. It gets even better.
Standalone, this invention revolutionizes the capabilities of home gardening and sustainable household agriculture, however, when coupled with gravity, the sky is literally the limit. Suppose a water tower is erected with several hundred solar condensers mounted atop, each working independently to fill the reservoir with condensed atmospheric humidity, and a turbine is installed midway to ground level to generate electricity as the reservoir empties to irrigate crops. Unused water can be stored in a nearby solar still for purification and pumped with electricity generated by the turbine for use in showering, cleaning, washing etc. When scaled up, this marriage of technologies represents a viable sustainable renewable source of water purification, energy, and agriculture, and if further refined, could be implemented on a small scale for individual families too. Thank you Edward Linacre for this incredibly simple yet unimaginably useful technology. Progress.