A recent study (2014) done in Southeast Florida clearly concluded that the density of calcium is indisputably higher than anywhere in the United States. Local minerologists confirmed that this density is clearly due to one thing: The exact locations of the local dairy farm. Regional dairy manager, Ron Ronson met up with the team of mineralists and weatherman, Philip Abucket. They realized on slightly cloudy days with a chance of wind (which is every day in Southeast Florida) the air molecules that naturally embed in milk were being carried throughout the town by, you guessed it, wind. These molecules naturally land on calcified tissue. The number one calcified tissue in the world is, you guessed it: Teeth.