Tropical Fish Keeping - Aquarium fish care and resources - Conversation Between Alienbetta1 and wallywestisthebest333
Conversation Between Alienbetta1 and wallywestisthebest333
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  1. Alienbetta1
    06-22-2010 01:11 PM - permalink
    Thank you.=)
  2. wallywestisthebest333
    06-22-2010 11:30 AM - permalink
    I'm sorry I had no intention of making you frustrated. <=[ I meant to help and didn't mean to bother. I won't breech the subject further. Hope you have a wonderful day. =]
  3. Alienbetta1
    06-21-2010 01:14 PM - permalink
    *sigh*Theres no chemicals in my water!You make me sooooo frustrated!
  4. wallywestisthebest333
    06-21-2010 01:51 AM - permalink
    Sweet heart, I don't think a filter can take out radiation. <=[ Or trace amounts of mercury or arsenic. I could be wrong but I don't think they can. <=[
  5. Alienbetta1
    06-19-2010 11:38 AM - permalink
    My tab water isn't safe for humans to drink there are little bugs in it that don't harm fish.Our water that we drink is filter.
  6. wallywestisthebest333
    06-18-2010 07:48 PM - permalink
    neat that you have a snake btw. If I wasn't slightly afraid and I had the resources then I'd try my hand at snake/reptile keeping.
  7. wallywestisthebest333
    06-18-2010 07:46 PM - permalink
    Trust me on this. I'm a double major: Business and Environmental Science and my dream is to work with the EPA to stop human health hazards such as this. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE get your water professionally checked for your and your family's safety.
  8. wallywestisthebest333
    06-18-2010 07:46 PM - permalink
    There are high concentrations of heavy metals such as Mercury, Arsenic, Lead, and other toxic and deadly heaqvy metals and substances in coal ash. It's also radiactive. More so than Nuclear waste. I'm not kidding. If there are a lot of people in your area with cancers or diseases that are normally considered rare in most other parts of the country then the water system in your area is contaminated and it is extremely dangerous.
  9. wallywestisthebest333
    06-18-2010 07:45 PM - permalink
    You live just east of West Virginia. Due to the way wind moves in the Northern hemisphere, all of the soot and ash from coal mining and coal-fired power plants in West Virginia is most likely ending up in your well.

    Are you allowed to fish in your streams and lakes in the area? If not it's probably due to pollutioin and diseased, cancerous (as in HUGE tumors), and mutated/deformed fish.
    If you are drinking from your well please get the water checked. There have been lost of cases in Maryland around where you live and in West Virginia of coal ash contaminating wells and the aquifers.
  10. Alienbetta1
    06-17-2010 10:16 AM - permalink
    No its east of WV.=)
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