I understand how it has to be set up for a well, I was just simplifying it.
Your are getting ahead of the discussion, so slow down a bit.
The question at hand is whether or not we can trust the government in their interpretation of the studies. They studied rats and came up with guidelines that are used worldwide. Shortangle says that you can't translate information from studies on rats to use with humans.
My question is are the minimum risk levels that are set based on rat testing accurate?
We will get into concentrations and amounts involved with Miracle-Mineral-Supplement later. For now, I think the minimum risk levels are a good place to start, even if they were derived from rat studies.