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25-04-2024
why would a bottled water business report be interested in #covid? imagine that 80% of the bottled water industry was owned by 3 corporations. how easy or difficult would it be to contaminate the bottled water supply with, say, a coronavirus vector?researchandmarkets.com/reports/526594…
unrelated....academic.oup.com/femspd/article…
unrelated....sciencedirect.com/science/articl…
pls do not spam this thread with snake venom posts, you will find yourself blocked. if you want to discuss that stuff do it on your own timeline. this is about contaminating bottled water with pathogens, which has happened in the past, and corporate control of drinking water.
you all knew this about dasani didn't you? they take the local water (even in california), purify it to remove all minerals - making it essentially distilled water - and then add "minerals". where do the additives come from?
and why were the trumps' water bottles (blue lids) different from all the others around that table, including mike pence? is that what prompted the water bottle shuffle?
bet you haven't even heard of viatris have you? formed from the remnants of upjohn, who pfizer sacrified in 2009 following the record criminal fine for healthcare fraud (upjohn took the hit so pfizer could continue government contracts).@feeredfernfiercepharma.com/pharma/pfizer-…
@feeredfern so of these big 3 water companies producing "purified town water" nestle (purelife) and coca-cola (dasani) has additives. pepsico (aquafina) is basically distilled water. who supplies the additives? digitalphablet.com/news/plastic-p…… #watergate
@feeredfern irrespective of whether bottled water could be a source of a pandemic vector, someone really neds to explain how the health minister of nsw could predict the explosive caseload (post vaccine rollout) 6 weeks after this press conference.