Zero Weedkiller and Coke Zero
One of these products claims to be food, the other to kill all food plants it comes in contact with. Can you tell the difference?
Match the ingredients list to the product.
– Phosphoric acid, Acesulfame potassium and Sodium benzoate
– N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine andHexahydro-1,3,5-tris(2-hydroxyethyl)-S-triazine
What are these ingredients made from? How are they made?
Which product contains the most nutrients?
Which tastes better? This one’s entirely subjective, I’m not willing to taste either product to form an opinion. The weedkiller smells slightly sweet, according to the safety data sheet, so might come out ahead in this one.
Which has a higher LD-50 (lethal dose)?
Which is more effective at killing plants?
Which kills the most humans?
Which would cause the most harm if spilt on skin?
Are these products identical, with only the packaging and the slight variation in name to tell them apart?
Would you drink something that was advertised as having no nutritional value, and contained no ingredients derived from food sources, and several ingredients known to be harmful to human health?
Would you drink weedkiller if it was marketed as a food product?
I don’t know the answers to any of these questions, and I’m not bothered to do the research to find out.