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Good post BC thank you.we are not talking about altering the density of the blood significantly but talking about the effect of exhalation of fluids from the water on the surface surfacant density which is released into the blood in tiny pulses with each exhale and the affect of introducing this back into the blood.The winter link as you call it cannot be explaining the high percentage of deaths in river valley and low lying coastal areas, statistically proven by Munro and accepted by Universities. ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGINReturning to your point about insignificant density changes.The Atlantic Conveyor System is an excellent example.The surface water of the Atlantic is indeed insignificant to the massive volume of the ocean. Yet the evaporation from that insignificant surface water causes a massive flow and return system bigger than all of the rivers in the world combined and in doing so drives the weather.