Updated Checklist and New De-Programming of Frequency Caps (1 Viewer)

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Laron

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the link didn t function to the updated checklist
Did you see the one in a newer article Alain? I can find it if you didn't.
 

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i know only the one that was posted without updates

but the here that should be a link to the updated version
 

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I thought you may have meant this I posted on another article of his:

David just sent through to me an English version of a diagram referenced in this article which I've uploaded and linked to in the article, but you can also find it here: https://www.transients.info/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/david-topi-gameboard.pdf
i know only the one that was posted without updates

but the here that should be a link to the updated version
So for everyone that didn't know, these articles come from https://davidtopi.net/ but are translated by Carl into English. David corresponds with me directly on occasion.

I just found the original article and it's pointing to this link: https://davidtopi.net/checklist/

Because I'm not maintaining wordpress anymore, I'm not going to update the article above to insert it, so hopefully people find this comment.
 

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thx, i manage to understand the language enough between the lines to understand the update

by the way is it normal to drink between 3 and 5l water a day?
 

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To stay healthy, unless there's exercise involved, we should be all drinking around 2 to 3 liters of water a day. You shouldn't need more than that unless you are sweating out the water.

The official health authority recommendation is 2 liters.

It's important not to drink it all at once. For example, if you drank 6 liters in the one sitting/at the same time, then that can be harmful to you. (it could kill you and you can end up getting hyponatremia)
 

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I must sweat more than i thought than at work. If it goes strong half liter water in a minute
 
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