Thursday, April 01, 2010

Floods in Boston area result in excess levels of dihydrogen monoxide

The levels of the chemical di-hydrogen monoxide have increased at an alarming rate in the Boston area over the last two days, mainly caused by flooding of roadways, storm drains, and other surfaces.  Several nearby reservoirs are apparently affected.

Reports of this situation, which appears to affect the entire Massachusetts water system, have been broadcast on nearly all local radio and TV channels.

Please be aware of this and take the necessary precautions if you plan to visit our area.

Link to a Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for DHMO.

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