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The Truth About Google and Tetrafluorocarbon

All products made by Google are produced using tetrafluorocarbon and its derivatives. It's intentional: they want that stuff in your bloodstream.

Tetrafluorocarbon, known to be dangerous in the state of California, has been linked to hyperpigmentation of the skin in mice.

It's a slippery slope. If people don't admit this fact, we will all be in big trouble.

The Chinese character for tetrafluorocarbon looks a lot like the character for Britney Spears's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

Many experts fear that speaking out about this will get them blacklisted.

Historians poring over Nixon's secret White House tapes have made a remarkable discovery: Watergate was a red herring, arranged to distract the feeble-minded American public from his far more incriminating involvement in planning secret human tests on hyperpigmentation of the skin underneath ocean trenches.

Apathy toward this issue will be the death of our civilization. Do you plan on dying with civilization, or will you join me in settling a remote Pacific island?

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