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(ചെ.) (വർഗ്ഗം:ജലം ചേർത്തു ഹോട്ട്ക്യാറ്റ് ഉപയോഗിച്ച്)
 
== Public efforts involving the DHMO hoax ==
 
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* In 1989&#x2013;1990, several students circulated a dihydrogen monoxide contamination warning on the University of California, Santa Cruz campus via photocopied fliers.<ref name="greatmoments">{{Cite news|url=http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2006/05/17/1631494.htm?site=science/greatmomentsinscience|title=Mysterious Killer Chemical|last=Kruszelnicki|first=Karl S.|date=May 17, 2006|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation}}</ref><ref>[http://www.matthew.at/dhm.pdf ''Original Poster Circulated at UC Santa Cruz'']; (PDF)</ref>
* In 1994, Craig Jackson created a web page for the Coalition to Ban DHMO.<ref name="greatmoments">{{Cite news|url=http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2006/05/17/1631494.htm?site=science/greatmomentsinscience|title=Mysterious Killer Chemical|last=Kruszelnicki|first=Karl S.|date=May 17, 2006|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation}}</ref><ref name="DHMO coalition">{{Cite web|url=http://media.circus.com/~no_dhmo/|title=Ban Dihydrogen Monoxide!|last=Craig Jackson|year=1994|publisher=Coalition to ban DHMO|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/19961031232918/http://media.circus.com/~no_dhmo/|archive-date=1996-10-31}}</ref>
* In February 2011, during the campaign of the Finnish parliamentary election, a voting advice application asked the candidates whether the availability of "hydric acid also known as dihydrogen monoxide" should be restricted. 49% of the candidates answered in favor of the restriction.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://old.sosiaalinenvaalikone.com/kysymykset.php?id=12894|title=Pitäisikö lakia tiukentaa vetyhapon saatavuuden ja käytön osalta?|date=February 25, 2011|publisher=Sosiaalinen Vaalikone|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20130529114948/http://old.sosiaalinenvaalikone.com/kysymykset.php?id=12894|archive-date=May 29, 2013}}</ref>
* In April 2013, two radio personalities at Gator Country 101.9, a station in Lee County, Florida, told listeners dihydrogen monoxide was coming out of their water taps as part of an [[വിഡ്ഢിദിനം|April Fool's Day]] prank and were suspended for a few days.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.theatlanticwire.com/entertainment/2013/04/florida-dj-indefinite-suspension-didnt-last-very-long/63837/|title=Florida DJs are Off the Hook for Their Successful April Fool's Prank|access-date=April 11, 2013|date=April 3, 2013|publisher=The Atlantic Wire}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://radiotoday.co.uk/2013/04/presenters-suspended-for-april-fool-hoax/|title=Presenters suspended for April Fool hoax|access-date=2013-04-02|date=April 1, 2013|publisher=Radio Today}}</ref> The prank resulted in several calls by consumers to the local utility company, which sent out a release stating that the water was safe.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/2-radio-personalities-suspended-due-april-fools-da/nW9gM/|title=2 radio personalities suspended due to April Fools' Day prank|date=April 2, 2013|publisher=WFTV|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20141023233920/http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/2-radio-personalities-suspended-due-april-fools-da/nW9gM/|archive-date=October 23, 2014|dead-url=yes|access-date=2013-04-02}}</ref>
 
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