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Does Water Have Memory?

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posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 08:19 AM
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posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:53 PM
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Of course the mainstream media is going to discredit it. They try to say all UFOs are hoaxes and basically hate spirituality.

Believe or don't believe whatever you want in the film but don't bring in the mainstream critics, propaganda and desperate attempts to discredit everything on here. We get enough of that on TV, don't need it on ATS.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 02:10 PM
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If water does store "memory" or "energy" from all the places it has been, would water that Jesus came in contact with have some interesting qualities? You would probably have to able read or see the waters memory...could bring some interesting information about our past...



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 03:10 PM
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You could make the argument that the water wheel and grinder have a memory. It "knows" how to turn, transfer power to the grinder, and the grinding stone "knows" how to move around and grind the grain.

But the machine doesn't know anything. The wheel turns because of gravity. The grinder turns because power is transferred through gears. Just because something does something, on the molecular scale like atoms bonding to each other, doesn't mean it has a memory. It is a chain of events based on input. Just like a water wheel, or an air turbine power generator. Something doesn't have to know how to do something in order to do it. If you throw a rock the rock doesn't "know" how to sail through the air. It sails through the air because a force (you throwing it) acted upon the rock, and it will keep sailing until other forces stop it (air resistance, gravity)


You make the point something acted on the rock to make it sail. So what acts on the atom or molecule to make them come together into certain types and forms? It has to be that they act on some sort of information encoded in them, hence memory, or there is some unknown force acting on them like us throwing the rock in your example. In the absence of anything else observable it has to be from encoded information or memory. As I said how does a hydrogen molecule know its supposed to be a hydrogen molecule?



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