IrishWhiskey - 2010-08-10 Their entire argument and proof seems to be based on replacing the word "experts" with "bureaucrats":
"That engineer says the bridge is unstable."
"Well he would, seeing as he's a building bureaucrat."
"That NASA scientist says there aren't alien cities on Mars."
"Like you should ever trust a government bureaucrat."
"The Fire Marshall says we need to get out of this burning building."
"Are you really going to listen to that safety bureaucrat?"
IrishWhiskey - 2010-08-10 They close the story by saying that Fluoride doesn't protect teeth, as proven by some non-fluoridating countries having equally good teeth (ignore the fact that they all use evil fluoridated toothpaste). They then graphically show how fluoride rots teeth.
YOU CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS. Either they have equal dental health and fluoride has no effect, or fluoride rots teeth and there should be a marked difference. I'd trust a 6-year old to spot that contradiction.
Syd Midnight - 2010-08-10 It works in countries that don't provide dental care for their citizens. So it's useful in the US and Africa but a waste of time in Europe.
Does Australia have universal dental care? If not, fluoridated water will be helpful.
RomancingTrain - 2010-08-10 Why the hell am I surprised that people are still terrified of Fluoride?
wtf japan - 2010-08-10 Australian bodily fluids are more precious than American bodily fluids.