I want to ask you what your or "skeptics" views on water fluridation are. (I only got to a 2 or 3 meetups in last 1-2 years due to situation/condition so asking on here.)
From my general impressions of the few meetups I've been to, etc I'm guessing you will mostly be pro-fluoridation (and cite examples of seeming reduction of tooth decay in fluoridated areas)?
I am suffering bad health issues which i am pretty sure are somewhat due to fluoridated water. The general evidence seems to me strong that it is harmful to our health and is not beneficial to teeth. However the health authorities through government force it on us/me and they claim scientific/professional authority that it is beneficial for teeth [and not harmful] and that they carefully monitor, review and research.
(Don't need/want to be told about reverse osmosis filters as often i get told in reply. I know but aren't able to due to problems like finding out when i tried to get a filter that i'd have to get all the plumbing redone, etc.)
If any of you agree that evidence supports that fluoridation should not be forced because of apparent harms/risks and lack of benefit, do any of you think there should be some urgent action?