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Originally posted by AuranVector
Originally posted by biggmoneyme
you can tell if water is safe to drink or not if you hold rudra beads over them.
yeh defiantly irrelevant
I thought it was a pendulum.
Originally posted by Kluute
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.
Sometimes you really don't need to 'prove' whether something is true or not, sometimes you can just feel it.
We think too much and feel too little.
Without these qualities, life will be violent and all will be lost.
Originally posted by Harte
Originally posted by darkbake
reply to post by Druscilla
You are missing the fact that the one person you mentioned would get a dozen or 500 similarly themed drops, not unique ones, and the dozen or 500 people with one drop each would have unique ones.
This was explained with images in the video.
Oh. Well, then. Since it was "explained" in a youtube video, it HAS to be true.
Hogwash - all of it.
Originally posted by artistpoet
Wow sounds like you had a brain wave there or a tap on the head.
Originally posted by orrite??
FINALLY!!!! James randi and penn and teller and all those other ignorant debunkers and skeptics who said homeopathy was merely a placebo have been officially proven wrong and humilated!! Samuel Haneman and all homeopaths around the world have been saying this since the 1800's......
WATER HAS A MEMORY!!!!
Originally posted by Nola213
I'm not too impressed by this study.
Of course if you put one type of flower into a container water, and another type in a seperate container; the drops are going to look different, and if left in there long enough (this among others controls was never mentioned), I'd expect all the drops to be affected the same way.
Same as if you put red dye in a glass of water and blue in another. The drops from the red glass would all have a reddish tint to them, while the blue droplets would most likely all have a blueish tint.
Same goes for the students did they all use the same water, syringes to make the drops, the same microscoped to look at the results, ect? All these things could have an impact on the results. Again not enough information, and not enough controls.
imo, This has nothing to do with water haveing memory, or conciousness(sp?) in anyway.
I'd have to see some better controls and need more information about the exact experiments they are doing before I'd say the results in the OP video are anything but what I would have expected.
Originally posted by Ericthenewbie
reply to post by Wolfenz
Cheers...I've seen that film in it's entirety..if you haven't, you should check it out..it's called "What the bleep do we know"
Imagine having computer memory so dense that a cubic centimeter contains 12.8 million gigabytes of information. Imagine an iPod playing music for 100 millennia without repeating a single song or a USB thumb-drive with room for 32.6 million full-length DVD movies. Now imagine if this could be achieved by combining a computing principle that was popular in the 1960s, a glass of water and wire three-billionths of a meter wide. Science fiction? Not exactly
Computers may soon be saving their data onto hard drives made of glass following research by British scientists who have developed a way of storing information similar to the "memory crystals" seen in the Superman films.
Originally posted by mainidh
reply to post by EnochWasRight
Ok yes then. Evidence that god exists.
And it's as unproven as the mystery in the video.... go figure...
GOD give us the grace to see things clearly, the ability to differentiate between fact and fiction, and the understanding to know better... If you exist that is.