Further to previous post The significant difference [LINK]...
Upon further reflection it seems obvious that it is not feasible to reproduce the characteristics of the 'acutely agitated individuals' in a controlled environment.
Having someone perform some voluntary exercise until they consciously report that they're feeling a bit tired, and then tasering them to see if they die - although it is perhaps moving along the same 'Blood pH' axis, the magnitude of the parameter probably isn't even close (*).
(* Remember that, for example, 70% is ten times further away from 100% than is 97%. You need to measure the gap from 'the far end' of the scale. It's a common and despicable debating trick to measure the factor from the uninteresting 'zero' end of the scale to make the difference look much smaller.)
I don't think that any "studies" along these lines carry any weight whatsoever. The real world results cannot be reproduced in a lab environment - at least not in any civilized county.
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