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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Manhater
The Earth's surface is approximately 71% water.
The Earth's mass is approximately 0.023% water.
BTW, there is no "Aerospace Institute at the University of Stuttgart". Besides the fact that absolutely no information is provided about how the "experiment" was conducted. How were the images made? How were the amounts of water controlled? Were all the various "samples" made at the same time, under the same conditions?
Since this is in the science forum, these are questions which should be addressed if these "experiments" are to be seriously considered.
Originally posted by Manhater
Least the water can do is make me smarter.
Originally posted by Forevever
reply to post by easy12
well, a lot of people think that the earth is not just a planet but has thoughts and feelings.... could be, could be...
the whole topic sure gives me some thoughts and feelings....
thought number one: in the beginning process of dehydration, (not alcohol induced) do we get stupider? we have to leave out the alcohol dehydration or the answer is a resounding YES
Originally posted by Ericthenewbie
Very cool S&F for you...reminds me of Dr. Masaru Emoto's work with water consciousness and intent;
The remedies contain a very small amount of flower material in a 50:50 solution of brandy and water. Because the remedies are extremely diluted they do not have a characteristic scent or taste of the plant. It is claimed that the remedies contain "energetic" or "vibrational" nature of the flower and that this can be transmitted to the user. Bach flower remedies are considered vibrational medicines, and rely on a concept of water memory. They are often labeled as homeopathic because they are extremely diluted in water, but are not true homeopathy as they do not follow other homeopathic precepts such as the law of similars or the belief that curative powers are enhanced by shaking and repeated diluting ("succussion"). Systematic reviews of clinical trials of Bach flower remedies found no efficacy beyond a placebo.
Originally posted by grubblesnert
Well there goes my side money job selling computer scrap
Originally posted by Covertblack
A new computer in the future that uses water, instead of precious metals, to transmit information. Odd.
Originally posted by Druscilla
Right, so, every snowflake (made out of water-ice) is unique.