As the most reactive element on earth, fluorine has the power to intensify reactions.
For this reason it is used extensively in both industry and pharmacology.
High Octane Fuel: Sunoco, the P E W foundation
U r a n i u m : used in the Manhattan Project
Fluorine Cell Battery:
Atomic B o m b
Water Fluoridation on every base
It was one of the “fens” in original Phen-fen that resulted in deaths, as well as being the killer in other drugs such as the recalled Baycol.
Fluoride is also the element that merits black box warnings on fluoroquinolone antibiotics.
The side effects of fluoridated drugs align with fluoride poisoning:
Cipro - gastrointestinal, neurological & rash: http://www.rxlist.com/cipro-drug.htm
Prozac - anxiety, allergic & dry mouth: http://www.drugwatch.com/prozac/
Recalled fluoride drugs:
POWER OF THE FLUORINE ELEMENT
DuPont™ Tedlar® PVF protective films are designed to resist abrasion, scuffs and stains to preserve the desired aesthetics of your graphics and labels for many years.
Tedlar® films also offer long-lived gloss retention and an easy-to-clean surface so graffiti and other unwanted stains can easily be removed from your graphics.
Preserves image color and brilliance
Tedlar® absorbs UV rays to preserve the substrate image’s color and brilliance. Also, even in the hottest, most humid environments, Tedlar® films are unaffected by mildew.
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Available in transparent, translucent and opaque films
Tedlar® films are available in transparent versions that shield UV radiation, as well as translucent and opaque pigmented films that contain no plasticizers, and therefore resist fading, chalking and color shifts for years. For heavy-duty graphics protection, you can print directly on white Tedlar® film and cover it with a clear layer of Tedlar® film.
Typical applications include:
Flexible signs and awnings
Automobile signage wraps