10,000 years before the birth of Christ. . . Cavemen carried water to their homes by means of primitive vessels. They worked hard and long days to provide hydration for their families. 9,782 years later, Hannibal rested his army in the Source Pierre where they sipped water in a cup.
160 years later, a man named Nero was replenished with water from an aqueduct when he was playing his violin on a very hot day. 1060 years later, an explorer that we call Leif Erickson drank water from a spring through a bull horn for refreshment from a long voyage asea. In 1805, a dictatorial man named Napoleon kept a supply of spring water at his side so that he would never be thirsty.
In 1845, travelers to a faraway place called Maine drank water from the springs and were quite pleased and brought home this rich water in cups. Thus, began the Poland Spring water company. A few years past and a wise man named Napoleon III suggested that water be provided in the form of a bottle “for the good of France.”This was the origin of the Perrier bottled water company.
By 1910, bottled water became so popular that magazines were published to promote bottled water companies. Since then, the consumption of bottled water has exponentially inclined. Today, some people claim that bottled water may be of some value to health.
But is this a true assertion, or in fact a matter of deceit? Will our once ally, water, further help the health of our troops, or will it provide anything for us Jedis in the battle against our foe, the Sith Lord, Darth Vader?