The Environmental Protection Agency, acting on the largest study of its kind ever, has issued an urgent warning on the dangers of Dihydrogen Oxide. The $4.5 billion study found that over 3,000 people die annually of Dihydrogen Oxide inhalation.
Even more alarming to EPA scientists was the extent to which Dihydrogen Oxide is found in the environment, including lakes, rivers, oceans, even in daycare centers and schools. While Dihydrogen Oxide occurs naturally in nature, its also coming out of the tailpipes of our cars.
Results of the study will be examined by the World Health Organization.