This is not even remotely on topic.Either way to bring this back on topic: How well does the Pyra resists fluoride? Is it fluoride proof to a depth of 2 meters? If I ever go to an American water facility then I would like to use my Pyra to take pictures and upload the pictures to my laptop through USB-C. But thanks to the protection suit I might accidentally drop my Pyra while doing so, so it would be handy if it is fluoride proof to a depth of 2 meter or more.
Yes. Just wet the toothbrush, touch the bristles to a spot of fine cool ashes, brush, rinse well. It isn't as bad as you're likely imagining.Raw? You didn't make a glass of wood ash lye? It would probably have still tasted terrible, though.
There have been several ideas for creating a second Pyra-like device using most of the parts of a Pyra. I dubbed it Pyramon or Pyratroller.Ok this is going to sound a bit silly but I seem to keep wanting tech that's sounds perfectly reasonably until you try to buy it, then turns out to be rare/impossible. Currently the thing I'd most love the pyra to have (I know it doesn't have one) is a HDMI in port. I've been looking for a small (7") battery powered screen that will take HDMI. I though there would be loads of these but the only ones I can find are for cameras and are therefore quite expensive, everything else is either too big or not battery powered (often usb).
Oh look more of your completely devoid of facts rantings.Fluoride is literally toxic waste and it makes the teeth and bones brittle (in addition to other damage to the body). Dentists get taught to use it because it creates a good market to get rid of the abundance of fluoride. It makes marketing sense, because they can use people their bodies as toxic waste dump (most people use their bodies as toxic waste dump anyway) and they get paid for it as well. In America they really do this in a smart way because they just dump it in the drinking water and say it is medicine for people's teeth. I love to get my medicine in random doses completely independent of my size and other physical factors. That is how everyone does medicine, right?
I stopped with fluoride long ago. It is better to just make sure that the body does not get too acid because acid is what really damages the teeth. With an alkaline body your saliva will help neutralise the acid. And of course to brush the teeth without fluoride.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5651468/The beneficial effects of fluoride on human oral health are well studied. There are numerous studies demonstrating that a small amount of fluoride delivered to the oral cavity decreases the prevalence of dental decay and results in stronger teeth and bones.
Raspberry pi screens are probably what you are looking for.Ok this is going to sound a bit silly but I seem to keep wanting tech that's sounds perfectly reasonably until you try to buy it, then turns out to be rare/impossible. Currently the thing I'd most love the pyra to have (I know it doesn't have one) is a HDMI in port. I've been looking for a small (7") battery powered screen that will take HDMI. I though there would be loads of these but the only ones I can find are for cameras and are therefore quite expensive, everything else is either too big or not battery powered (often usb).
Did you know that smoking-induced lung cancer is actually caused by radiation? The tobacco leafs contain radioactive isotopes whose alpha rays are weak enough to be shielded by the resin of the leafs or the dead upper layers of your skin, but inhaling the smoke will directly expose your unprotected lung tissue to the radiation.Also if you ever have salt you are being dosed with iodine. I guess you would prefer to have your teeth fall out of your head and a huge goiter. But you do you
More food for the conspiracy theorists:Also if you ever have salt you are being dosed with iodine. I guess you would prefer to have your teeth fall out of your head and a huge goiter. But you do you
I use my nails for that. Can't get into the corners, but for that part I use a dental stick.need to disrupt the plaque buildup at the gum line
I do too. I use a salt-based toothpaste called Parodontax. Of course, a twig of the Neem tree is better, but I don't have that tree around here. Somebody triedMy mother think's it great to brush the teeth with salt
Well, you always could... you know.the Pyra comes with a fold out electric toothbrush but if it did
Brian Hyland came up with an alternative.they cant sealed the Pyra
Nope. When you have kids PLEASE read the disclaimer and don't use more than a pea-sized amount.. and never let them ingest the paste.Flouride is good for your teeth
Well, strictly speaking, you are right. But never swallow Flouride, beyond your teeth, it's bad. Of course, such a product did not exist for all mankind during the ages. And their teeth were fine, even without plastic toothbrushes! And it is because our modern diet (too much acid, sugar etc) that makes us need poisons to brush our teeth.Flouride is good for your teeth
And they only grab those radioactive particles due to a particular soil. So change the soil and you have non-radioactive tobacco. There was a study done, and it would be more expensive and their customers wouldn't care. So it wasn't done.The tobacco leafs
So don't swallow which is EXACTLY what I said? Got it.Code:
Nope. When you have kids PLEASE read the disclaimer and don't use more than a pea-sized amount.. and never let them ingest the paste.
If you want to know, read up on the Nazi experiments with Fluoride...
Well, strictly speaking, you are right. But never swallow Flouride, beyond your teeth, it's bad. Of course, such a product did not exist for all mankind during the ages. And their teeth were fine, even without plastic toothbrushes! And it is because our modern diet (too much acid, sugar etc) that makes us need poisons to brush our teeth.
Look at the teeth of this Pompeii victim. I think the teeth are the only thing that is fine... (last picture)No old time teeth weren't just fine
Linux-Swat already replied. It is "a" salt, but not "the" salt (NaCl, that's correct).They don't list salt with the ingredients. (I'm talking about table salt. NaCl, was it?)
Now see that is proof of evolution: our heads are getting bigger and that makes the tinfoil hat feel smaller! /KIDDINGYour tinfoil hat is on a little too tight there.
Yes, teeth quality had famously declined by the time of Queen Elizabeth I in the UK, who wrecked her teeth due to her consumption of sugary treats, and the lack of toothbrushing to compensate I assume. Her reign roughly coincided with the importing of sugar into the west, and before then sugar was far less common. Before her reign, vegetables like parsnips and carrots were considered to be very sweet (indeed young carrots still taste sweet), so we had carbohydrates in the form of starches but basically no refined sugar. Now that we eat sweets, we basically need to brush our teeth with abrasive pastes (known as toothpaste) to remove the plaque that grows.Teeth today are far better because of toothbrushes, floss, and yes flouride
"Excessive ingestion of fluoride may cause toxic and harmful effects. It is important to note that the major source of fluoride toxicity remains oral hygiene products."https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5651468/
The study does say that toxicity is a concern, but the major cause is high floride toothpaste being swallowed or mouth wash/oral care products. It does not have fluoridated water as cause.
Cavities are caused by acid and can be prevented by having one's saliva neutralise the acid. This is what the body normally does but since most people live on junkfood their body gets too acid to do it and hence they get cavities. There is no need to put toxic waste in your mouth to prevent cavities.
And of course proper brushing without fluoride can help too.
https://www.carefreedental.com/resources/17-nutrition/152-the-importance-of-ph-balance-in-the-mouth .And you can find much more backing of this if you wanted to. It is well-known that cavities are formed by acid and that the saliva of a healthy body keeps the mouth too alkaline for cavities. This is how nature would normally protect against cavities. But most people do not benefit from it anymore since almost nothing they eat is natural.Not a single thing you wrote is
2. Accurate or
3. Backed by anything
I think we need a way to say I don't believe anything you say without having to find evidence either way.
So, in that respect, Bye, Gene!
I've heard, for example, that our apples, due to cross-breading them, are much sweeter than they used to be. I wonder if the people who did the paleo-diet did not have to brush...since almost nothing they eat is natural.