『The most significant scientific discovery of this century』
It was not that easy to clearly differentiate water elements. This topic came up frequently in the film, "Water: The Great Mystery" as well. The structure of its molecules has been studied by Gerald Pollack, professor of bioengineering at the University of Washington, with successful results.
Prof. Gerald Pollack's remarkable discovery
From October 22nd to 25th of 2013, researchers are invited to Sofia, Bulgaria from all over the world for the Eighth Annual Water Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water. The memories that water can hold was the major subject of the meeting. Prof. Gerald Pollack's team from the University of Washington presented a new finding that when running an electrical current, water turned into a liquid crystal at distances up to several hundred micrometers. The forth state of water followed by solid, liquid and vapor is considered to be more ordered and structured than regular water.This is an eye-opening and completely new theory that explains various phenomena in water.
Pollack proved that the fourth state of water is structured and liquid crystalized that occurs between the solid and liquid states. In theory, water turns into liquid crystalized water (EZ water) when freezing and ice turns into EZ water when melting.
EZ water carries electric potential energy. The electric current travels through when an electrode is inserted between the EZ water and the outside layer. Light, especially infrared rays, result in an expansion of the EZ layer. This leads to the hypothesis that the solar energy absorbed by water is used to build electric energy and create EZ water.
This is the most significant scientific discovery of the century that proves the idea, "memory of water".
Mind-blowing finding of EZ water presented by a Nobel Prize winner
Dr. Luc Montagnier, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2006, mentioned that electromagnetic signals from bacterial DNA in water have been prepared using agitation and high dilutions. In conclusion, water can retain memory from DNA that saves massive quantities of information. His idea expands the potential for EZ water.
More understanding of water molecules among scientists
"You disgust me"
The samples that had been exposed to the words “thank you” exhibited beautiful crystals, while samples that had been exposed to the words “you disgust me” yield ugly crystals. The study by Masaru Emoto was rediscovered by Russian scientists, and his photographs on a series of experiments observing the physical effect of words on the crystalline structure of water were well recognized. Although there is no scientific fact behind it, his photos lead to the assumption that water may have identity. His book with photos on crystals was translated in more than 30 countries and became the focus among scientists.
"Love and appreciation"
His book Messages from Water was published in English and Japanese, and opened a discussion that water has its own identity. The idea derives from snowflakes - after many attempts, he succeded to capture water crystals in 1994. "Love and appreciation" is the word that yeilds the most beautiful crystal formations.
He said that this is the most beautiful and brilliant among any crystals. This type of crystal can be created by exposing water to different words and music.