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Date Posted: 10:16:03 07/27/06 Thu
Author: Steve in ATL
Subject: Re: i dont think so
In reply to: nsf 's message, "Re: i dont think so" on 10:12:46 07/27/06 Thu

>It may have already been discussed, but I don't have
>time to go through all the posts and check. I assume
>that in addition to dousing so many many bottles over
>his head during stage 17, it appeared that Floyd
>consumed much more fluid from post-stage 16 through
>the end of stage 17 than might be normal. I know that
>hyponatremia (sp?) does some odd things and would not
>be an issue here, but could the intake of so many
>fluids in such a short period cause a change in the
>ratio -- some sort of dilution? Thanks, nsf

No, because dilution does not change the T/E ratio...

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