I may have missed something, but how did you connect Dow Chemical with this? Do you live near one of their plants?
I'm not questioning their part in the problems that we are having now, just wondering how it relates to fluoride.
I live in a city that has a Dow Chemical plant. In fact, the first one. I have lived here nearly all of my life. I saw your post and immediately started wondering when my health/anxiety problems started. See, I worked for them (as a contractor, and then full time worker) for nearly 6 years. And now that I think about it, my anxiety problems started after working there for several months. I attributed it to a car accident at that time, and that may be the reason, but very suspicious that my health problems started after working there.
In my town, it's very hard to get away from the plant - it takes up so much of my city. And for some reason, they seem to think that there is a protective bubble around them - that when they have a "spill" or "leak" that it magically will not cross the line that defines Dow. And yet we are mere blocks away from the plant, and so if the wind is right, we certainly get something from them.
I remember as a kid, my mom picking me up from school and racing across town to escape the black cloud that was a spill or leak or whatever.
My grandfather worked there from the age of 16 to the age of 42, when he died of a brain embolism - coincidence? medical history? or complications from working in a chemical plant? Who knows?
If anyone finds that elusive island, with no chemical plants, or chem-trails, or scientists touting poisons, please let me know, we will start for there immediately!