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  1. Yea boy, maybe a few more gallons of formaldehyde per hour in the Georgia atmosphere would raise funeral home stock prices by increasing the velocity of death, increasing revenue to hospital cancer units and thus require less formaldehyde when they embalm us…

    If it’s good for Louisiana Pacific, it must be good for Georgians:

    “The European Union has decided on the date September 22, 2007 to ban Formaldehyde use throughout Europe, because of its carcinogenic properties”

    “Formaldehyde is an intermediate in the oxidation (or combustion) of methane as well as other carbon compounds. It can be found in the smoke from forest fires, in automobile exhaust, and in tobacco smoke. In the atmosphere, formaldehyde is produced by the action of sunlight and oxygen on atmospheric methane and other hydrocarbons. It thus becomes part of smog pollution. Small amounts of formaldehyde are produced as a metabolic byproduct in most organisms, including humans.” – wikipedia

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