Enviromnental pollution


lead,was put into our gasoline claiming it, was to improve the engine performance,of our vehicle's,now we find out that ,ethanol,does the same thing,without the air pollution,produced ,through the use of lead additives.

My first question is this,why,is it,we didn't use ethanol,instead of lead additives to begin with ,seeing as Henry Ford,was using ethanol as a fuel,in his first production car? It ran better,amd cleaner,than gasoline,as well as being,the only fuel available to the general public,in quantity,as gasoline was not even available as a fuel,in large enough quanity until it was discoverd that it could be used for that purpose,later on.

Everyone knows that even ,small amounts of lead in children,can cause brain damage! Was this a case of knowingly putting a poisonious substance,into the air,for the purpose of dumbing down the people and or increasing health problems?

Look up - 'Alcohol can be a gas'

It turns out,that "prohibition" was started by a group called the Babtist women's temperence movement ,They convinced congress to ban the production of Alcohol for any purpose whatsoever ,and ended only after the oil companies,and gasoline was entrenched as the only fuel available for vehicles to run on !

Sounds like a conspiracy to me!


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JYOTI KOTHARI 7 years ago from Jaipur

Hi someonewhoknows,

A nice article that describes about lead and other injurious metals. You have linked well, environment with health.

Thanks for a good hub.

I rated this up.

Jyoti Kothari

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someonewhoknows 7 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio Author

Thank you for reading. I appreciate your support Jyoti

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