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Hey now, for one, I completely support the removal of dihydrogen monoxide from our water supply!





BTW, I found some data. It shortens gestation, but inhibits breeding... Seems to to more harm than good, definately.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...06349579851784

Now, Pulsing magnetic fiends can double the amounts of melatonin (which is an important hormone)) but the affects of the two-fold increase could, at best, be unpredictable. (and expensive.)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...04394098007782

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