Texas Man Dies from Apparent Exposure to Palytoxin

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The article seems objective and relevant.. what more do you want? Raising awareness could hardly be irresponsible.

Sorry, that doesn't make the case for anything really.... posting information... on the internet... in the proper place.. how dare he? And maybe he doesn't participate in forums because he just has a life?

You know I watch all of the RB videos and they are some of the best.
No doubt this guy is industry sponsored but I have seen him make critical remarks on multiple occasions which is more than can be said for a lot of other venues ("reefhacks" comes to mind).
Furthermore, people always say "don't take the advice if you don't see their tank". Well this guy shows himself to be quite skillful I think.
Thanks ReefBuilders.

Texas Man Dies from Apparent Exposure to Palytoxin​


is not the same as:

"could have been exposed to Palytoxin but it is unclear how this could have happened or if that was actually the cause of death"

The cause of death within the article posted was much more ambiguous and uncertain than the headline suggests.
 

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