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Unproven, see there.
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unethical (medication without patient's informed consent) * unnecessary (kids get too much fluoride from many sources) * ineffective (at best, fluoridation saves less than one tooth surface out of 128 in a child's mouth) * unsafe (fluoride accumulation can make bones brittle and joints painful) * inequitable (the poor cannot afford to avoid it, if desired) * unscientifically defended (proponents cannot defend the practice in open debate) * wasteful, literally pouring taxpayer money down the drain.
This court action stops the EPA from enforcing unscientifically based, tougher air standards that surely would have thrown countless communities immediately into violation of federal air-quality standards.
The waste dumped unscientifically into the landfills is causing serious environmental damages in terms of water and air pollution.
We wanted experienced leaders to run the state as it was bifurcated unscientifically, creating serious problems", he added.
Voicing their concern over it, they say this is becoming a nationwide phenomenon where protective zones around sanctuaries are decided randomly and unscientifically and feel that all such proposals should go to the Environment Impact Assessment Authorities for verification.
84) Some of the most militant proponents of GM crops believe a like process has been unfolding in the GMO wars, complaining that "bad science is used to justify bad public policies," leading to GM crops being "horrendously, unscientifically .
Extensive research on the consequences and the global financial damage of natural disaster has been done in some countries in recent years indicate that there is no crisis preparedness and crisis has been dealt with ineffectively and unscientifically.
Not everyone in Eugene is a track nut, but speaking unscientifically, we have more hardcore fans per capita than anywhere in the U.
was uncritical, unskeptical, and thus unscientifically optimistic about the possibilities for the comprehensive planning of human settlement and production.
Though Sandiford's theory is speculative and unscientifically derived, it might be worth testing.
Some parties wished to excise entire sections pertaining to attitudes to the Irish in Britain, since the content was arrived at unscientifically and threatened controversy.
It is indeed a pity that a nation, where great reformers have historically used education as an instrument of national development and socioeconomic reform, is struggling to instil conceptual understanding in children due to unscientifically framed curriculum and lack of appropriate environment.