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originally posted by: GetHyped
a reply to: Dingo80
Nothing inherently bad about Wikipedia, you can always go straight to the primary source by following the references.
Natural News, on the other hand, is sensational pseudo-scientific garbage.
Doctor of Philosophy Editor-in-chief, WATER Professor, University of Washington Founding Fellow, American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering Fellow, American Heart Association, Biomedical Engineering Society Honorary Doctorate, Ural State University, Ekaterinburg, Russia Honorary Professor, Russian Academy of Sciences Foreign Member, Srpska Academy, Serbia National Institutes of Health Director’s Transformative R01 Research Award, 2009 Prigogine Medal, 2012
Stable water clusters tens of nanometres to millimetres in dimensions can be seen under the transmission electron microscope (TEM) and the atomic force microscope (AFM). These appear by drying specially prepared distilled water at room temperature and pressure (Lo A. et al., 2012). The clusters consist of millions to billions of water molecules and come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes (Figure 1). They make up structures that are flexible, and can be deformed by the tips of the atomic force microscope probe if scanned in the contact mode. Otherwise, they remain stable for weeks, even months at room temperature and pressure. They have all the characteristics of ‘soft matter’ - liquids, liquid crystals, colloids, polymers, gels, and foams - that form mesoscopic structures much larger than the molecules themselves, but small compared with the bulk material (Web ref. 1 ).
Gerald Pollack is not a pseudo-scientist. He is UW professor of bioengineering and has a lot of papers behind him.
What about the work regarding Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in Germany in which the scientists appeared to leave a signature imprint on droplets of water. Is this the work of known crackpots too.
There is no scientific basis for the claim that writing words on bottles or thinking happy thoughts or whatever can cause a change in crystalline structure.
originally posted by: purplemer
a reply to: FyreByrd
Thank you for your reply.
I was not trying to do Pollack a disservice. I know he is respected by the scientific community. Equally however the claims of Emote and the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in Germany are so profound if true that they are deserving of further investigation.
I was aware that EZ water is different to normal water. I thought maybe it is not possible that EZ type water to exist within normal bulk water and that maybe structured water could be a mechanism for water memory.