Discussions on public diplomacy and political warfare and occasionally related topics affecting national security
Exposing the danger of dihydrogenoxide.
Matt:I must admit it: I did have to look up the term “dihydrogenoxide” since I wasn’t immediately familiar with this mysteriously dangerous compound.
The moment I realized just how pervasive this insipid compound actually is, I felt a bit ashamed and foolish – hook, line, and sinker!
Good grief – to be so easily played over a simple play
DO NOT EXPOSE TO OPEN FLAMES!And be extra careful with those flames if you happen to be near canisters containing noble gases. Oh, the humanity!!
I note on the sponsoring organization’s homepage that dihydrogenoxide is described as a colorless, odorless chemical.This is just flat wrong. The Dachshund That Controls The Known Universe can actually detect this chemical in either its raw or tamed state and for a easily negotiated annual royalty fee I would be happy to place his amazing skill at DHMO’s disposal.
In the military, we are provided dehydrated dihydrogen-monoxide. Just add water.