There was a Dihydrogen Monoxide Warning Sign placed on a drinking fountain at the north east corner of Wellman Hall around October 9th, 2007. Signs were also seen near water fountains in Kemper, South Silo, and random bulletin boards around campus.
Learn all about DHMO at Google Answers.
2007-10-09 18:08:00 yay! ban all dihydrogen monoxide! it can cause bladder problems and you could die! —JessicaRockwell
2007-10-09 19:25:44 I think hydrogen hydroxide sounds deadlier. —EmilyTung
2007-10-09 21:22:07 DHMO in vapor form has been known to block out huge amounts of sunlight. Its also a major component of sewage. Its currently the largest unregulated substance in our oceans; outweighing oil, plastics bags, Paris Hilton CD's and diapers combined. Even scarier, it has the highest percentage of all known compounds in coffee, Snapple, Diet Coke, Crystal Light, Red Bull, iceburg lettuce and tap water. I'm glad someone's taking a stand. —jefftolentino
2007-10-09 21:45:14 Old meme. —WilliamLewis
2007-10-09 21:49:19 Do we really need this page? —TusharRawat
2007-10-09 21:56:09 yes —AndrewPeake
2007-10-09 22:55:56 I knew there was something wrong with Iceberg Lettuce!
Seriously, Dihydrogen monoxide is also a major greenhouse gas and is linked to hurricanes and flooding. A girl was killed by Dihydrogen monoxide poisoning after contest went awry on a KDND radio show. It's good they're raising awareness. —KarlMogel
2007-10-10 09:15:08 thats hilarious, were just going over naming right now in chem 2A. I wander if this is related. Dr. Enderly is know for things like this, although the sign does say that it was written by the campus crusade for chaos and confusion. —MattHh
Perhaps Dr. Enderly is part of the illustrious cabal? -wl
2008-11-23 23:17:21 Where can I get some dehydrated dihydrogen monoxide? Although I realize that it is poisonous, particularly in its fully hydrated form, and that it is a major cause of death even in the most advanced countries, and that most of the pipes on campus are already contaminated with it, dehydration often removes most of the health issues associated with dihydrogen monoxide, as well as making it much easier to carry on a bike (you don't even need a container!) —IDoNotExist
2009-04-20 09:41:53 Dihydrogen Monoxide is a major component of acid rain and causes erosion! —doggies9