Monday, June 9, 2008

The Question Now Finally Answered.

On this web site and many other reputable sites across the globe, this question has already been gone over time and time again.

There are even some crazy forms which can be filled out with questions like:

How much do your weigh?
Do you play sports?
Are you a smoker?
Do you own a cat?
How old are you?
What colour is your hair?

And many other irrelevant questions.

It is now truely obvious that this question can only be answered by the individual under the following criteria as a guide line.

What type of water are you drinking?
How hard are you physically working?
Do you feel thirsty?
What is the temperature?
Are you in an air conditioned environment?
Is your water happy?

Yep, you heard me right. Is your water happy?

And other such relevant questions that vary so much day to day that it really is the responsibility of and only of the perso himself to be his of her own monitor of how much water they should be drinking.

Now, let's get down to the subject that is most exciting to me at current. What water are you currently drinking.

There is water and there is water. Right! No Ah! Water has such a dramatical difference from bottle to bottle and glass to glass that even a dumb dog can tell the difference.

For example, try the following experiment:

Get two bottles of water and expose them both to two completely different type of communication. This experiment is such an easy one to carry out. Expose one to some lovely soft music with a positive relaxing message. A Christmas Carol would be a good example of this. Silent Night for example. With this bottle place a label that is facig in towards the water that says "Love and Peace." With the other bottle. expose it to some heavy metal music and place a tag on it that says "Hate and War." Now take these two types of water out to the dog in two separate bowls and let him loose upon them to make his choice.

I am sure that you can guess which Mitsy will go for, but please let me know. I would love to hear your result.

Warmly, Mike King.

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