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Should dihydrogen monooxide

Dihydrogen monoxide is known to cause burns, contributes to the greenhouse effect, etc. It is found in a lot of people when they die and a lot of people die because of it. Yet it is in schools and everywhere else you go. This chemical is highly dangerous

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You never actually ask a question, but I'm assuming you're asking if it should be banned? Obviously not.

Side: No
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I have never known diugydrogen monoxide to cause burns. Unless you're talking about a boiling pot of it. I have also never heard of it contributing to the greenhouse effect. People kind of need dihydrogen monoxide to survive so it is fairly obvious that you would find it in someone as well as in schools and just about everywhere else. Its only dangerous under certain conditions

Side: No
LichPotato(362) Disputed
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"I have also never heard of it contributing to the greenhouse effect."

Dihydrogen Monoxide vapor is, by far, the most abundant greenhouse gas in the Earth's atmosphere.

"People kind of need dihydrogen monoxide to survive"

Every single person who's ingested the chemical either has died or will die in the relatively near future.

"Its only dangerous under certain conditions"

I wouldn't equate "significant quantities" with "certain conditions". While not immediately lethal in its liquid state, a somewhat minute quantity is capable of killing a person if inhaled.

Side: Yes
luckin(176) Clarified
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Dihydrogen Monoxide vapor is, by far, the most abundant greenhouse gas in the Earth's atmosphere.

How does steam contribute to the greenhouse effect?

Every single person who's ingested the chemical either has died or will die in the relatively near future.

Ya of old age unless they drank a few hundred cups of it within an hour or so

I wouldn't equate "significant quantities" with "certain conditions". While not immediately lethal in its liquid state, a somewhat minute quantity is capable of killing a person if inhaled.

What do you mean by minute?

Side: Yes
MistVillage(62) Disputed
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You do know dihydrogen monoxide is just water correct? Soooooooooooo

Side: No
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Should...........I think.....seriously I think my brain broke.....This is a joke, yes? Ok. I'm going to assume it is. I'll go with an emphatic, resounding....No.

Side: No
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Whoever says yes to this is stupid...Dihydrogen Monoxide is water H2O

Side: No