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Did You Know – 09/05/2018

In 1963, major league baseball pitcher Gaylord Perry remarked, “They’ll put a man on the moon before I hit a home run.” On July 20, 1969, an hour after Neil Armstrong set foot on the surface of the moon, Perry hit is first, and only, home run while playing for the San Francisco Giants.

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2. The Olympic flag’s colors are always red, black, blue, green, and yellow rings on a field of white. This is because at least one of those colors appears on the flag of every nation on the planet.

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3. A kiss stimulates 29 muscles and chemicals that cause relaxation. Women seem to like light and frequent kisses while men like them more strenuous.

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4. The moon is moving away from the Earth at a tiny, although measurable, rate every year. They say 85 million years ago it was orbiting the earth about 35 feet from the planet’s surface

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5. A ten-year-old mattress weighs double what it did when it was new due to debris that it absorbs over time. That debris includes dust mites (their droppings and decaying bodies), mold, millions of dead skin cells, dandruff, animal and human hair, secretions, excretions, lint, pollen, dust, soil, sand, and a lot of perspiration

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6. Ionized water such as Kangen water causes the body to produce more red cells and consequently increases oxygen carrying capacity. Smaller water clusters , absorption faster greater hydration💦

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Scott Hamilton and pH Water help Shrink His Tumor

 

Yesterday I was watching the Dr Oz show and he had Scott Hamilton on as a guest. For those of you that do not know Scott he is a retired American figure skater and Olympic gold medalist. He won four consecutive U.S. championships.

Scott unfortunately has suffered from many bouts of cancer over many years. The gold medalist previously beat testicular cancer in 1997 and two similar benign tumors in 2004 and 2010 before he was diagnosed with his latest in August 2016.

I listened to his interview with Dr Oz and Dr Oz asked him what he was doing to keep this tumor at bay and improve his health. His first words were I drink lots of pH 9.5 water plus improved his diet where he  cut out sugar and consumed lots fresh clean food.

Basically there is no treatment for his last Tumor and with the program above he has been able to shrink the Tumor which is wonderful news for him. So together with his Diet, water and faith he is succeeding with his fight over the tumor.

The interview with Dr Oz can be seen on this VIDEO

The reason I am telling you this, my ears pricked up when he mentioned pH water. Something I have been writing about to you for some time.  I am not saying Kangen water will cure Tumors or cancer  but it has been proven to help prevent cancer and many other diseases.  Scott Hamilton is an example. The  pH water has been instrumental helping  shrink his brain Tumor. It is not a cure-all but is great for making  your body alkaline which is a preventative of cancer growing in your body.  The other plus,  it is an energy giver. Your life will change when you start drinking this water

This small video will give you an idea the qualities that this water has and how good it is for you.

If you are interested in knowing more call us at 281 239 6410 or go to our website http://www.lifechanging-water.com

 

Scott has a new book out called Finish First: Winning Changes Everything

I believe it to be a book worth getting. It is going in my library that is for sure.

Remember “If you don’t do different nothing will change”

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Did You Know – 08/05/2013

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1. Duct Tape:  During World War II, the U.S. military needed a strong, waterproof tape to help keep ammunition cases dry. By modifying medical tape, researchers at the Permacel division of Johnson & Johnson came up with a three-ply tape that sandwiched a fabric mesh between a layer of polyethylene on top and a rubber-based adhesive on the bottom. Their take on tape performed better than anyone expected. It was exceedingly strong, yet allowed soldiers to rip it easily into strips. And its ability to repel water  became legendary.  Soldiers returned home and took jobs on building sites.
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2. World’s Largest Outdoor Pool:  Outdoor swimming pool at San Alfonso Del Mar Resort in Chile: This pool covers 20 acres, the pool is over 900 meters (3,000 ft) long. Its deep end is 35 meters (115 ft)—also a world record—and it holds 66 million gallons of water. Also, it could engulf 20 Olympic-sized swimming pools, took five years and nearly $1 billion to build, and costs about $2 million yearly to maintain.The pool uses an advanced suction and filtration system and virtually no chemicals, making it surprisingly environmentally friendly
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3. Worlds Largest Waterfall. Inga Falls, along the Congo in Kinshasa, Zaire. It moves more water than any other waterfall on the planet. A lot more, as it turns out. Inga Falls has an average discharge rate well over 10 times that of Niagara—over 900,000 cubic feet of water per second.
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4. Worlds largest Video Screen. Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo, Brazil is a big building. it seats nearly 50,000 and will be the 11th-largest stadium in Brazil. The entire front of the building is one giant video screen.
The screen will be capable of displaying images, video, and scoreboard information that will be visible to anyone even glancing in the stadium’s general direction. At 20 meters (65 ft) high and an astonishing 170 meters (560 ft) long, the screen is comprised of 34,000 LEDs and is easily the biggest video screen in the world.
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5. The largest man-made freestanding structure on the planet is in China.. Taking three years to complete, the structure holds a 14-screen IMAX theater, an ice skating rink large enough to host sanctioned international competitions, a complete replica Mediterranean village, and (of course) a water park. The water park alone can accommodate 6,000 visitors at once, all of whom could easily be put up in the 2,000 available hotel rooms. But even these details don’t do justice to the immense scope of this facility—inside this building, you could fit 20 Sydney Opera Houses. Or over 300 football fields. Or Monaco.
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Did You Know – 10/08/2012

Benjamin Franklin invented flippers for swimming in the year 1717 and was inducted into the international swimming hall of fame for the invention. They were originally wooden swim fins shaped like a lily pad and went on the hands. They were about 10 inches (250mm) long and 6 inches (150mm) wide and helped people to swim faster. Franklin’s swim fins were originally intended for use on a person’s hands. Shaped like lily pads or an artist’s paint palette, they helped attain greater speed with each stroke.

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The AAA Motor Club and travel organization was created initially so that it could warn traveling motorists about police speed traps around the country.

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Archeological researchers have made a recent claim to have found evidence that the Queen of Sheba did in fact rule over Southern Arabia which was then known as the capital of the Kingdom of Sheba.

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Babe Ruth wore a cabbage leaf under his cap to keep him cool and changed it every two innings.

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Because they both lost so many players to WWII military service, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles combined to become the Steagles during the 1943 season.. Despite never being registered by the NFL, the name became the most enduring moniker.
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Washington did have false teeth. His false teeth were made of whale bone and deer antlers.
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The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens, Greece in 1896. There were 311 male but no female competitors.
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