Johnson False Statement #1:

"Effective: It reduces cavities by at least 25% or more for everyone, regardless of color, socio-economic status, religion, ethnicity, or education."  

Johnson Statement to the Public - September 6, 2013

In case anyone is curious as to why I continue to ignore the question above, which I will post below as well, is that quite simply, it is a request to produce a "study" which has never been done on any topic. Nor can it be done.

To challenge a scientist/researcher to account for every conceivable parameter that could be
 imagined, including finger nail polish and mustache color, is ridiculous. Studies take into account parameters that may affect the outcome of the research, and they attempt to control these parameters as well as they can be controlled.

The challenge below is nothing more than an attempt to deflect the facts away from you, and to instill questions and doubts in your minds. It ain't so, folks.

From Paul Melters:
"Provide ONE scientific study which show this effectiveness of water fluoridation, and which has accounted for established confounding factors such as race, gender, age, total intake, tooth eruption, brushing and other oral hygiene factors, socio-economic status, etc.."

Response - Paul Melters - September 6, 2013

To Johnny Johnson 

Regarding your statement (and lie):

"In case anyone is curious as to why I continue to ignore the question above, which I will post below as well, is that quite simply, it is a request to produce a "study" which has never been done on any topic. Nor can it be done.  

To challenge a scientist/researcher to account for every conceivable parameter that could be
imagined, including finger nail polish and mustache color, is ridiculous. Studies take into account parameters that may affect the outcome of the research, and they attempt to control these parameters as well as they can be controlled."


PM Response: No Johnny Johnson - these are established confounders. Shall we go through them one by one, and show the public how you have been deceiving them?  

Just like your buddy Steve Slott states:

"It is futile to attempt to make any kind of assessment on effectiveness water fluoridation or any of the numerous other variables involved in formation of dental decay without controlling for these factors. There are countless peer-reviewed scientific studies which demonstrate the effectiveness of water fluoridation. i will gladly provide you with a list of some of them if you so desire."

May I remind you that YOU claimed the efficacy of water fluoridation for everyone, "regardless of sex, age, race, SES, or education". I am simply calling you on your BS:

So, please. Provide the evidence. Or go away.

Provide ONE scientific study which show this effectiveness of water fluoridation, and which has accounted for established confounding factors such as race, gender, age, total intake, tooth eruption, brushing and other oral hygiene factors, socio-economic status, etc..

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