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  1. #1 If mast cells degranulated in response to H2O, how long would a person live? 
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    Let's say that an otherwise healthy 20 year old woman's mast cells (the cells responsible for allergic reactions) fired whenever they saw H2O molecules. How long could that person feasibly live without being hooked up to an IV of adrenaline and other anti histamines? I'm talking so allergic that they cannot drink a sip of water without having a reaction.
    These people (for whatever agenda) seem to be convinced their body is allergic to H2O itself and the newspapers also think this too without question. But what do doctors think of this premise? If the mast cells degranulated whenever they saw H2O what would actually happen?

    Would they be able to live normal lives unless they drank water?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
    Let's say that an otherwise healthy 20 year old woman's mast cells (the cells responsible for allergic reactions) fired whenever they saw H2O molecules. How long could that person feasibly live without being hooked up to an IV of adrenaline and other anti histamines? I'm talking so allergic that they cannot drink a sip of water without having a reaction.
    These people (for whatever agenda) seem to be convinced their body is allergic to H2O itself and the newspapers also think this too without question. But what do doctors think of this premise? If the mast cells degranulated whenever they saw H2O what would actually happen?

    Would they be able to live normal lives unless they drank water?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrUrchin View Post
    Let's say that an otherwise healthy 20 year old woman's mast cells (the cells responsible for allergic reactions) fired whenever they saw H2O molecules. How long could that person feasibly live without being hooked up to an IV of adrenaline and other anti histamines? I'm talking so allergic that they cannot drink a sip of water without having a reaction.
    These people (for whatever agenda) seem to be convinced their body is allergic to H2O itself and the newspapers also think this too without question. But what do doctors think of this premise? If the mast cells degranulated whenever they saw H2O what would actually happen?

    Would they be able to live normal lives unless they drank water?
    Let's say an otherwise healthy male developed a pathology where he had a compulsion to post on the same topics over and over. Would they be able to live normal lives if they were kept away from a computer?
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