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Desc:Water made with special extra-watery water electrons that will blow other water out of the...water.
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Tags:water, scam, pseudoscience, unclumping molecules
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Comment count is 22
StanleyPain - 2011-12-12
These folks have access to a special, propriety process which adds extra electrons to water molecules! (even though such a process would effectively re-write physics and chemistry)
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-12-13
Everyone knows that free radicals are GREAT for your body too!

Robin Kestrel - 2011-12-13
I *KNEW* I wasn't being properly hydrated! Damn liberal media.

memedumpster - 2011-12-12
You mean it's salt water?
pastorofmuppets - 2011-12-12
Sorry, from now on it's strictly tap.

Last year I had all these Catholic people telling me, check out this water, it's holy. So I drank it when they weren't looking, and I had diarrhea for the rest of the week.
Riskbreaker - 2011-12-12
Our precious bodily fluids are still not safe!
Born in the RSR - 2011-12-13
I will not deny you the essence of my stars.

Randroid - 2011-12-13
Have you ever seen a Commie drink a glass of water?

squadoo - 2011-12-13
Have you ever been in a Turkish prison?

dairyqueenlatifah - 2011-12-13
"Later in this program, I will introduce you to a doctor that will PROVE what I'm selling you is true!"

Sorry blondie, it doesn't work like that.
Pompoulus - 2011-12-13
I loved you in Days of Our Lives as 'cop/guard/Officer Davis' Dr. Larit!
lucienpsinger - 2011-12-13
A missed opportunity on Dr. Dean's demo reel at 1:15:

The Mothership - 2011-12-13
"name brand waters"
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-12-13

citrusmirakel - 2011-12-13
All stars for Courtney's reaction to the science stick at 6:00
exar_kun - 2011-12-13

notascientist - 2011-12-13
I would love to beat Dr Dean's face into a pulp. This kind of thing drives me absolutely insane.
Caminante Nocturno - 2011-12-13
A CG car and a jogging outfit aren't going to distract me from your shitty scam, lady.
Oktay - 2011-12-13
Oh doc-tuh, now that the water is safe, perhaps you can help me with my sexual inhibitions.
YakooMarkTwo - 2011-12-13
With gusto.

Redford - 2012-02-26
I wondered what he was doing with an ORP meter, so I researched it. Turns out that there's a grain of truth in this otherwise amazing lie. An ORP meter, in a way, does measure the positive or negative charge in the water. It does this, however, to determine how many oxidizing agents are in the water versus contaminants. It's a measure of how well the water is being kept clean. A value of zero means that there is an exact balance between oxidizing components and contamination components, which is bad since if you add contamination in this state then the water gets dirty. The standard for clean tap water in the USA is 650. This means that, in terms of keeping itself clean, real water either has something in it confusing the ORP meter, or it is filthy to the point of being dangerous to drink at -500. The grain is that as water's ORP goes up, it gets positively charged.

This is an amusing take on the vegetarian scam wherein all meat is acidic, all fruit and vegetables are basic, and the more basic your blood is the healthier you are.
pyslexic dharmacist - 2013-06-15
I tried blk. water, which is also alkaline, I think around 8. It's not horrible, definitely weird tasting though.

But at least it vastly improved my energy and endurance. Wait....no...the other one...it was instantly neutralized in my HCl-filled stomach and had no effect whatsoever on my blood pH.

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