Do you think dihydrogen monoxide should be banned?

Do you think dihydrogen monoxide should be banned? Yes, but not for the reasons you might think.

This topic has some interesting research done on it. In 1997, a 14-year-old boy did a science-fair project around this. He surveyed 50 random people, and asked if dihydrogen monoxide should be banned.

He told them that this chemical:
• Causes skin burns in its gaseous form.
• Is a main component in acid rain.
• Can be found in cancer cells.
• Can kill if inhaled.
• In its solid form, was a major contributor to the Titanic sinking.

A resounding 47/50 people said that it should. 2 people were undecided, and 1 was a strong supporter of dihydrogen monoxide.

Guess what dihydrogen monoxide is also called?
H2O. Also known as… Water.

Obviously, water should be banned, according to 94% of the population.