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Old 06-13-2012, 11:36 PM   #29
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Why don't we install a bunch of ozone generators down at the South Pole with their outlets pointing up? We can replenish the ozone layer that way...
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Personally I've been disappointed in the tone of some of the responses to this thread. Seems unusual for iRV2 folks.

Makes one think twice before posting something he may think will be useful to others.
Agree.

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Old 06-14-2012, 02:19 AM   #31
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Why don't we install a bunch of ozone generators down at the South Pole with their outlets pointing up? We can replenish the ozone layer that way...
LOL! Ya know, I've actually wondered about that!

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We have to remember that everything is dangerous in California i bought a sheet of cabinet grade plywood the other day and it was stamped 'This product is known to the state of California to cause cancer" good thing i live in Missouri it doesn't cause health problems here darn those people out there must have weak immune systems makes you wonder how there is anybody left !
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Yeah. I heard the other day that breathing causes cancer.



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We have to remember that everything is dangerous in California i bought a sheet of cabinet grade plywood the other day and it was stamped 'This product is known to the state of California to cause cancer" good thing i live in Missouri it doesn't cause health problems here darn those people out there must have weak immune systems makes you wonder how there is anybody left !
Actually, most plywood, particle board, carpeting, etc. does contain carcinogens, most notably, formaldehyde, easpecially when new, which has been proven to cause cancer from prolonged exposure. Many people, including those from Missouri, are very sensitive to the effects of formaldehyde fumes, even in trace amounts, often to the extent they can't live or work in newly constructed buildings unless they were built with formaldyhyde free materials or have had several years for the formaldyhyde to stop outgassing. Just because Missouri doesn't warn anyone about doesn't mean the danger doesn't exist nor that people there do not develop health problems. Granted, California does get a bit carried away with its warnings but that is preferable to leaving consumers ignorant of potential dangers.

Btw, I had to move from Missouri, where I was born, when I was a child because of a weak immune system (caused severe allergies). My Daddy also had severe allergies and he also was born in Missouri.
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Too much ozone is not good, but a little can help with odors. Also, look where this paper is published....Commiefornia. They tend to go a bit overboard on most things.

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Dogpatch, who has been trained in the use of ozone, had supporting documentation for his post. Do you have supporting documentation for your claim that a little ozone can help with odors? Being published in California is a poor reason to dismiss a document, especially when California is referred to so hatefully. I agree California often does go a bit overboard but that doesn't mean any information from there is inaccurate.


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Curious attitude. I can see questioning something and then doing some research to either verify or disprove it but to simply dismiss it out of hand and openly denounce it solely on that basis is unbelieveable.


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the original post was abit condescending. coupled with a 6yr old CARB document written by Gov't tools. ... thread tone set and it was off the tracks.

Then we had posters with practical use experience and even some additional anecdotal info added.

Id say theres something to be learned... but dont treat the members of this forum like insolent children and a good discussion on the topic might blossum.
It's a shame when someone with professional training and experience volunteers to share some of that knowledge gets blasted by the negativity shown in some of these posts. So what if a supporting document is six years old? Unless there is documentation showing the earlier information is invalid, condemnation of supporting documentation solely due to age, or even where it is published, is invalid.

I personally didn't find Dogpatch's post (which I appreciated) to be condescending or treated anyone like insolent children. Several of the responses, however, were.
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We're closing this thread as too many continue to discuss each other rather than the topic.
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