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Water, being dipolar, can be partly aligned by an electric field and this may be easily shown by the movement of a stream Even partial alignment of the water molecules with the electric field will cause pre-existing hydrogen bonding to become bent or broken. The balance between hydrogen bonding and van der Waals attractions is thus biased towards van der Waals attractions giving rise to less cyclic hydrogen bonded clustering. An electric field also changes the molecular O-H bond lengths (25x109 V m-1 causing ~±6% change in a lone water molecule), H-O-H bond angle (25x109 V m-1 causing ~+1%/-0.2% change in a lone water molecule), vibrational frequencies and dissociation energy, depending on the relative orientation of the molecule to the field . This will affect the hydrogen bonded network in an anisotropic manner
Liquid water is affected by magnetic fields [1522, 1597] and such fields can assist its purification . Water is diamagnetic and may be levitated in very high magnetic fields (10 T, compare Earth's magnetic field 50 μT) . Lower, but still powerful, magnetic fields (0.2 T) have been shown, in simulations, to increase the number of monomer water molecules  but, rather surprisingly, they increase the tetrahedrality at the same time. Other studies show an increase in cluster size in liquid water is caused by a magnetic field . Salt mobility is enhanced in strong magnetic fields (1-10 T) causing some disruption to the hydrogen bonding . However this only causes a net reduction in hydrogen bonding at high salt concentrations (for example 5 M NaCl), whereas at lower concentrations (1 M NaCl) the increase in water hydrogen bonding in the presence of such high magnetic fields more than compensates for this effect . They may also assist clathrate formation . The increase in refractive index with magnetic field has been attributed to increased hydrogen bond strength . Weak magnetic fields (15 mT) have also been shown to increase the evaporation rate . These effects are consistent with the magnetic fields weakening the van der Waals bonding between the water molecules.
. Far greater effects on contact angle and Raman bands have been shown to occur using strong magnetic fields (6 T) when the water contains dissolved oxygen (but not without the paramagnetic oxygen), indicating effects due to greater clathrate-type water formation .
The magnetic susceptibility of water increases from negative towards positive with magnetic frequency and is reported to be positive (i.e. it is slightly paramagnetic) in the range of 0.4-1 MHz  for ambient water.
. High fields (E ~109 V m-1) might also be found (perhaps surprisingly) at the surface of hydrophilic molecules where caused by the partial charges on the atoms and the small distances between the surface and first hydration layer. High fields affect hydrogen bonding in an anisotropic manner, hydrogen bonds being strengthened along the field but weakened orthogonal to the field . At low fields, however, both translational and rotational motions may be reduced.
Due to the fine balance between the conflicting hydrogen bonding and non-bonded interactions in water clusters, any such weakening of the van der Waals attraction leads to a further strengthening of the hydrogen bonding and greater cyclic hydrogen bonded clustering. This effect of the magnetic field on the hydrogen bonding has been further supported by the increased ease of supercooling (5 mT lowering about 1 °C, ), the rise in the melting point of H2O (5.6 mK at 6 T) and D2O (21.8 mK at 6 T)  and the 3 °C lowering of the sol-gel transition (at 0.3 T) in methylcellulose , both indicating a weakening of the van der Waals bonding of the water molecules within a magnetic field.
Salt mobility is enhanced in strong magnetic fields
This theory have been studied very well,by me,and I know what I am talking about.
Originally posted by JonnyDeath
The earth is a consolidation of components from various celestial bodies but it's ancient not current.
If you want to propose such a theory, get some college level science first.
I'm a buddy electronic engineer and have to deal with an awful lot of physics, math and chemistry.
You will find easily half of your high level physicists obtained electronic engineering degrees before they obtained their Phd. in physics.
It's essential for a working physicist so they can engineer equipment they need for studies and experiments.
A more likely theory is we are transferring atmosphere from earth to another planet such as mars through the use of HAARP. An ionizing radio stream from earth to Mars, or another planet suitable for sustaining an earth-like atmosphere, would even explain a lot of our recent climate events.
Sorry no marsians back then,not even martians today.
Originally posted by ressiv
there were lots of marsians needed with buckets some of them stayed here as gods