You do know that heating up a substance doesn't change its chemical composition. It changes it's physical state. So your whole argument is now invalid. Heating up water does not turn it into chlorine. It turns it into a vaporized form of water called, wait for it.... Water Vapor! Guess what heating up eLiquid does? Turns it into a vaporized form of the contents in the juice. These contents include Vegetable Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Nicotine, and flavoring. In simplest terms, the vapor produced is essentially water vapor with the above ingredients mixed in. So try and get your facts straight before publishing a video like this saying that eLiquid, when vaporized, somehow completely changes it's chemical composition into a substance that causes cancer. It does not do this.