a reply to: myselfaswell
It's not just the water that has memory. It's the Hydrogen in the water. Hydrogen has one electron (-) and one proton (+). What is missing? The
neutron is the key to seeing how a catalyst engages both polarities. In all elements, we have a combination of protons, electrons and neutrons. The
neutron is in the middle with the proton in balance. Neutrons have two down quarks and one up. Protons have two up and one down. They are in a
yin/yang balance. Electrons allow for combinations to upset equilibrium and translate the states of substance. Memory comes in when we see cohesion
and adhesion. Notice I said translate and not change. Nothing is ever changed. Only new things can be seen from infinity. Infinity already exists.
This means that memory is merely revealing what is already inside us. Read Meno from Plato.
In all of nature, chirality is the state in which two things cannot bond apart from a catalyst. They cannot be superimposed on each other. There
MUST be a catalyst. In the case of Hydrogen, the heeling of the electrons cannot happen unless the neutron and proton work together to bend polarity
as the strong nuclear force. They follow the laws of invariant symmetry. Electrons do not follow invariant symmetry laws. Because of this, the
strong force moves the weak in a sort of will over the weak force. The laws in nature govern symmetry and balance.
We say that water has memory. In reality, the strong nuclear force is constantly seeking symmetry mathematically. Memory is desire for symmetry and
the residual patterns that lead us toward that conclusion. The strong force in nature acts on all levels of our being.
Water is the catalyst between the letters of DNA and our own form and function: Hidden in
the Letters of Creation
1 Corinthians 15
17 He is before all things, and in him all things hold together. 18 And he is the head of the body, the church; he is the beginning and the firstborn
from among the dead, so that in everything he might have the supremacy.
The Son is the Proton in the process with the Neutron (God). What does that make us? Translational Symmetry of electrons becoming protons. God is
the invariant symmetry. Between, we retain images of what happens between the two points of translation.
If you look up invariant and translational symmetry, you will see that I am correct. Nothing is changed, only translated in nature. Memory is
gathering the light from the process.
Symmetry is the Key
Invariant means the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. Translational symmetry
is changed, but the whole stays the same.
Neutrons are at zero state, or in balance between all that is and nothing. A neutron is both positive and negative. It is also neither. What
happens when two notes are in tune? Fluctuation dispersal. Order and harmony. Memory arrives at points of harmony that are translated from chaos.
edit on 22-8-2014 by AlephBet because: (no reason given)