Recycled water is not microfiltered, so superbugs and their genes are spreading far and wide.
More people are dying of antibiotic resistance now than are dying from AIDS.
These superbugs are called ARB (antibiotic resistant bacteria).
Their genes are called ARGs (antibiotic resistant genes).
Of all the CECs (contaminants of emerging concern) in our water supply, superbugs and their genes are probably the most dangerous.
Other CECs include industrial chemicals, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, food additives, personal care products, etc.
Dr. Edo McGowan (“Water Woes,” Santa Barbara Sentinel, March 8-22, 2014) wrote …
“Soils irrigated with recycled water bioaccumulate these contaminants and pathogens, transferring them to edible crops. This is not good, especially in foods consumed raw.”
Fluoridation makes all CECs exponentially dangerous by dramatically increasing their absorbability.
Pharmaceuticals are up to 70 times more absorbable when fluorine is added to them.
20 percent of U.S. pharmaceuticals contain fluoride, including statins, steroids, and NSAIDs.
According to Wikipedia …
“Fluorine is added to drug molecules as even a single atom of it can greatly change the chemical properties of the molecule in ways that are desirable.”