"The signs at the cascading pools in Waterfront Park are meant to frighten: They proclaim in bold letters, "danger" and "high levels of hydrogen."
But the warnings are bogus.
The water in the fountain pools is, like all water, made of two-thirds hydrogen atoms and one-third oxygen atoms."
That's a great way to keep the homeless, kids and those who failed chemistry class out of the fountain.
Read the article here.