About this website
Fluoride is an issue that has been researched by the
webmaster since August 1991. However, it was not
until the year 2000 that the web-site
fluoride.org.uk appeared. The web-site began it's
existence as a basic collection of pre-published
news items, leaflets, etc.
Now, we have changed
to FluoridationFacts.com. A dot.com is more
universal and appeals to a larger audience, as
opposed to a dot.org.uk.
Since the humble introduction of this web-site, much
more information has been included on this web-site
to help inform visitors.
Because of the wide range of fluoride-related
subject materials, improvements to this web-site are
The webmaster [and proprietor]
carry pictures of the content provider, though
rarely of the webmaster. Considering I am both
content provider and *webmaster, I was therefore
in two minds whether or not to publish an image
*Do they not
publish their own images because sitting in
front of a PC for hours on end, day after day,
takes it's toll on one's appearance? I should
know, having lost a copious amount of hair, put
on weight and gone half-blind!
As you can see, I decided to throw caution to
the wind and (by popular demand, I promise!)
reveal myself to the world.
So there you have it
The only other thing you need to know about me is:
am I sufficiently qualified to speak about the
dangers of fluorides and fluoridated water?
Well, yes, to be perfectly blunt. And judging by
some of the literature published by the
pro-fluoride lobby, I am a positive 'Einstein'
More seriously, I have worked very hard on this
subject and researched and investigated vast amounts
of material. OK, so I am a college / university
'drop-out', but it is knowledge, understanding and a
smattering of intelligence (my IQ is 137) that
counts at the end of the day.
In comparison, I have personally witnessed people at
the top of their profession talk about water
fluoridation and spout (and publish) pure garbage.
So who do you trust the most at the end of the day?
Someone with a title (such as Doctor or Professor),
or with so many letters after their name they have
trouble fitting them all on to headed notepaper. Or
do you listen to someone who has worked their
fingers to the bone and can talk from experience?
I let the visitor to this web-site be the judge. All
I ask is that you keep an open-mind.