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Have there been cases of overdose? As many as with aspirin?

Surely not from drinking 100 cups of coffee: the water overload would kill you before the caffeine overdose. Maximum "dose" of water is 2 gallons (128 oz.), and you'd have to drink 800 oz. of coffee to get a caffeine overdose.

This article was written at a time when liberals were stealthily inserting silly stuff to discredit the project. --Ed Poor Talk 15:37, 30 August 2007 (EDT)

well actually, the diuretic effect of the caffeine and its metabolites would prevent water poisoning - the fact of the matter is that you CAN overdose on caffeine. Wisdom89 15:59, 30 August 2007 (EDT)