Feb 22nd 2010 1:00AM Oh HeyMikey!
I find your last statement just a little comical. "I find it utterly fascinating that humans only have one body in this lifetime..." So, you're indicating to us, the reader, that you're not human. Wow! This is very interesting. I've never talked to an alien before.
But, anyhow, back to your hypothesis. The molecular structure of any frozen water form looks like an atomic bomb hit it. The particles are much closer in frozen form. Therefore, the particles are bouncing back and forth much faster! As the frozen water melts, pressure is released and the particles bounce much farther and slower. Your frozen mineral water also looks like an atomic bomb hit it, because the particles are claustrophobic and are freaking out. All in all, if consumers want mineral water they'll take the ease of buying pre-bottled vitamin water or gatorade. But, if we want crisp, clean, great tasting tap water; consumers will likely change their bottled water buying habits and take the route I did. In that, they will buy bobble. It really does make water, and the environment better!
"Kudos" to the makers of bobble! I thank you for introducing a great, cost friendly, product that will change our wasteful habits and save us money.
Feb 21st 2010 6:05PM It basically transforms tap water into bottled water quality, and by now it’s common knowledge that purified water alone, without minerals, electrolytes or flow structure, is sterile and dead.” (MG)
Sorry Mr. Grady, but I believe you hit it right on the button! American Consumers would rather spend 10 bucks on 300 refills that are “bottled water quality”. As opposed to spending over $300 on three hundred separate bottles of water, while filling up more than 10 trash bags in the process. Design gimmick? I think not! Give the american consumers a break, and go terrorize the French culture with your so called, “Lively” water!