August 28, 2023
LAFAYETTE, INDIANA — A 35-year-old wife and mother-of-2 is dead; and mainstream media have convinced the masses that she died from drinking too much water.
The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine recommends that the average adult man drink 125 ounces (3.7 liters) of water per day. That’s just under one gallon. The average woman should drink 2.7 liters (91 ounces) of water per day.
The typical plastic bottle of water in the U.S. is 16.9 ounces, or 500 mL. That means you must drink eight bottles of water per day to hit one gallon. This blogger easily downs four bottles of water (about 68 ounces) daily during the typical two-hour workout.
We’ll circle back to Mrs. Summers in a bit.
What is water intoxication?
Water intoxication is a real medical phenomenon. But the amounts of water one must drink to die of water intoxication are extreme. A 2003 case study published in the Journal of Clinical Pathology chronicled a 64-year-old woman who drank “30-40 glasses of water” before going to bed. The general consensus is that a standard glass of water contains eight ounces (.25 liters). The woman drank upwards of 320 ounces, or about 2.5 gallons (9.4 liters), of water in a very short time period.
She vomited up some of it before going to sleep, according to the case study. The woman died in her sleep. The cause of death was hyponatraemia – when sodium concentration is abnormally low in the blood. Theoretically, based on the foregoing, if she ate a few salty potato chips, french fries, or unhealthy sugary sports drinks, she’d probably still be alive despite drinking enough water to drown herself.
The case of Zyrees Oliver is another example of the extremes necessary to die from drinking too much water.
The 17-year-old Georgia football player (pictured above) drank four gallons of water and Gatorade after a practice session. He collapsed later that evening at home and died six days later, on August 11, 2014. In other words, despite drinking enough fluid to fill two Honda Accord radiators, Zyrees lived for six days until he died. The cause of death was brain damage.
Some of the other cases of water intoxication death were due to deliberate stupidity.
Ms. Jennifer Strange (pictured above) was a 28-year-old Rancho Cordova, California woman who died on January 12, 2007. She participated in a water drinking contest sponsored by a radio station. The winner received a Nintendo Wii.
Ms. Strange placed second (and won two tickets to a Justin Timberlake concert), after reportedly drinking two gallons (7.6 liters) of water in less than 45 minutes. She died five hours later from brain swelling. The radio station ended up paying a $16.5 million wrongful death judgment to her family.
Mr. Matthew Carrington (pictured above) was a 21-year-old Chico State University (California) student. He died on February 2, 2005 as a result of a fraternity hazing ritual where he was forced to drink at least five gallons of water in less than 90 minutes. The same ritual killed a State University of New York student in March 2003.
We could keep going with this. But you get the picture.
What about alcohol?
Now let’s talk about America’s favorite liquids. Beer, wine and whiskey are all diuretics, meaning they cause you to pee a lot and become dehydrated fast. Thus drinking alcohol not only chemically intoxicates you, but also dehydrates you simultaneously.
The general consensus is that a 0.40 blood alcohol level (BAL) is the danger zone for alcohol poisoning. But for the average person to get to that point, they’d have to drink 25 cans/bottles beers, five bottles of wine, or a bottle and a half of rum in a couple hours to die. Most people passed out before reaching that point. If alcohol poisoning was a common thing, Generation X kids would have dropped dead in droves.
This blogger got an OWI (the Iowa equivalent of a DUI) in the late-1990s. He had a 0.31 BAL. The last thing this blogger remembers from that night was being at a college party, drinking a bottle of Boone’s Strawberry Hill, then bonging four beers all at once. This was fairly typical back then for teenagers and college kids. For those unaware, this is a beer bong (but a single beer one).
The next memory was waking up in jail. If liquid intoxication was that easy to achieve, this blogger and all of his friends would have died in their teens or early 20s. Fast forward to July 2023.
“She never woke up again”
We want to be clear in that there is no definitive evidence that Mrs. Summers received the injections. Indiana also has the fifth-lowest vaccination rate in the country, with only 64% of its residents being at least single-vaxxed.
The state, however, opened vaccination to child care workers on March 3, 2021, the same priority as teachers and other school staff. Mrs. Summers has been a daycare worker for most of her adult life. Further, with #ABV deaths like “happy heart syndrome,” “long QT syndrome,” and “touching ground soil causes heart attacks” (and large numbers of people buying this crap), every death during The Great Reset must be carefully scrutinized.
Mrs. Summers and her family were at Lake Freeman near Monticello, Indiana for the Fourth of July holiday. They were out on a boat from July 1 to July 4. But on the afternoon of July 4, Mrs. Summers felt “lightheaded and had a headache.” Her “head was spinning” and “she felt dizzy.” Mrs. Summers started feeling “dehydrated,” so she drank “four bottles of water” in 20 minutes.
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The family made it home from the lake. But Mrs. Summers collapsed after getting out of the car in the garage. She was rushed to a nearby hospital, but pronounced dead on July 6. Mrs. Summers was brain dead upon collapse. Doctors blamed “water intoxication” and the family went along with it.
Now the family wants to “raise awareness” about water intoxication.
Critical thinking is crucial in 2023
Mrs. Summers reportedly died of water intoxication after drinking four bottles of water, or around 67 ounces (about a half gallon), in 20 minutes. The average amount of water consumed in the four water intoxication deaths we chronicled at the beginning of this article is 3.4 gallons, with all of said cases happening in less than 90 minutes. The lowest amount to death was two gallons of water.
Even if Mrs. Summers kept her pace of four bottles of water per 20 minutes, that would have only been 1.5 gallons in an hour, still a half gallon less than the lowest threshold above. Again, many kids bong 48 ounces of beer (a dehydrating liquid) all at once. One death from bonging alcohol was in New Zealand, when a kid continually bonged liquor and beer as people kept pouring it in the funnel. Note that bonging beer is stupid. Bonging liquor is on the same level of stupidity as receiving mRNA injections.
Ms. Martina Greco was a 27-year-old physical therapist from Italy. She suddenly, out of nowhere, suffered an excruciating headache. She died from a ruptured brain aneurysm less than an hour later, on September 11, 2022.
Ms. Sara Stickles, of Wisconsin, suffered severe headaches five days after her second Pfizer mRNA injection. Doctors diagnosed her with a ruptured brain aneurysm. She died on February 10, 2021, nine days after the injection.
Ms. Anne VanGeest, of Michigan, suffered headaches everyday after her April 8, 2021 Johnson & Johnson viral vector DNA injection. She died from a ruptured brain aneurysm on April 19, 2021.
Mrs. Summers, on the other hand, suddenly got sick, had a severe headache, was lightheaded, then collapsed and died…of “water intoxication.” The worst part is that millions of people are now trying to convince themselves that drinking water is dangerous because mainstream media said so.
The general consensus is that humans can survive no longer than five days, in ideal conditions, without water. That time period shortens significantly as the temperatures rises. Hypothermia will kill you before dehydration when the temperature is below zero (-17 Celsius). Further, anywhere from 60% to 70% of the human body is water.
The powers-that-be (“TPTB”) want you dead or spending money in their medical industrial complex. We’ve now reached the point of The Great Reset where TPTB have turned water, the most vital element to human survival, into a fearmongering campaign. Warmongers and academics call water “the new oil.” Humans can live for over a month without food. Famine is typically ushered in by drought. Water is more powerful than bombs and missiles in the war arena.
This blogger challenges everyone reading this article to drink one gallon of water per day for 30 days. You will definitely notice positive changes in your body, your skin and your mood, since most people don’t drink near as much water as they need to. TPTB want you taking experiment gene therapies, but discourage drinking water. Those still listening to mainstream media and doctors are already dead.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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