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Do You Drink Dead Waters by manenof: 2:00pm On Oct 10, 2008
Although may of us make conscious effort of various forms: boiling of water, filtering e.t.c just to ensure that, the water we and our family members drink are safe from contamination and dirt. Hence, what we have succeeded in doing is to kill bacteria, germs and microorganism of what ever forms that might be finding a niche in the water we drink. However, it is said to say despite all that conscious effort most of us still engage in drinking DEAD WATERS of which am not an exception until I discovered……

So what really is DEAD WATER?

WATER is dead when it has lost its nature which is it natural form of H2O.  sad though that as human we can not detect with our naked eye the true forms of water except with the use high resolution  and magnifying devices such as the electron microscope.

However, that is not to say we can not find LIVING WATERS amongst us. Such waters can be found among undergrounds water bodies, such as river, lakes, and even the well we dug in our neighborhood. No doubt this water sources are difficult to come due to their location by default.

Nonetheless, a special tiny aid is now available for use to ensure that we stay healthy at all times by drinking LIVING WATERS. Thanks to the consortium of researcher in Quest.net
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