And then we'll discuss it in detail - that's surely what you would want, so the truth will come out, right?
Funny, I thought this was a discussion forum? Bring the argument here, in your own words and show how you understand it.
Youtube is the last refuge of the ignorant and is more often used for disinformation than genuine research. There is a REASON for PEER REVIEW...
BTW - JGirl, I think Neo's point was that because of a whole pile of factors including ones like increased dental health (some of which is attributable to fluoridation), we are all living longer and healthier lives. There is no question that dental disease and loss of teeth resulted in higher mortality rates in historical times. So rather than ebil gubments and scientists trying to reduce our lifespans, I think it's fair to say that generally they do the reverse, ie fluroidation is NOT a plan to shorten our lifespans / control our minds...