Acidify Or Die! / Alkalize Or Live!
Re: You were swimming against the current when you wrote Acidify or Die!
I was swimming against the current in an alkaline river.
Acid rain is alkalizing our rivers and lakes at an alarming rate.
Limestone rock is being dissolved into our waterways.
Environmental geologist Sujay S. Kaushal explained …
“We’re basically dissolving the surface of the Earth. It’s ending up in our water. It’s like rivers on Rolaids. There’s a natural antacid in these watersheds.”
Excess alkalinity allows algae to proliferate — algae that sucks the oxygen right out of the water.
Lack of oxygen kills fish and whatever else lives in the water.
Alkaline water converts nitrogen into ammonia, killing more fish.
Acidify or Die! was written as a rebuttal to Alkalize or Die!
The front cover depicts acidity as a dried-out desert.
Almost all deserts are alkaline — dried-up alkali flats.
Acidic people die from being too young.
They often die of cancer and lack of oxygen.
Alkaline people die from being too old.
They often die of shock and excess oxygen.
Hyperventilation with respiratory alkalosis is a common symptom of septic shock.
Almost all surgeries result in respiratory and/or metabolic alkalosis — one reason why many people with cancer die of the “cure.”