Water Science

Water science is concerned with deepening into the fundamental nature of water. Water however, is deeply complex and involves many different disciplines.  

Our current understanding of water however,  relies on conventional theory thus influencing our current perspective on all the following: 

1. Water and the Environment: water quality, pollution, ecosystems, oceans, climate, sea levels.

2. Water Politics: water shortage, stress, as a commodity, irrigation, ownership, influence of floods and drought.  

3. Biology and Biochemistry: dominated by molecular, materialistic, reductionist interactions. 

Simply relying on conventional understanding makes it impossible to explain a number of phenomena related to the behavior of water, maintaining it as a passive, chaotic, anomalous and mysterious substance. 

Attempts to explain these “anomalous” properties of water in the framework of classical concepts of physics and chemistry were persistently undertaken during the last century yet resulted in being held in International controversy. The preference is alway primarily to propagate accepted beliefs restricting the prospects of new theories to be accepted into mainstream science, despite the anomalies remaining unexplained. 

The beginning of the 21st century, saw new previously unthought of technologies being developed allowing new measurement technology and new scientific modelling techniques giving the ability to detect further micro-scale properties and procedures.  

The coming together of many bringing sciences bringing the transdisciplinary and multi dimensional aspects of water can be seen at the annual Water Conference, spearheaded by Professor Jerry Pollack of Washington State University. 

The following themes have emerged: 

1. Water Structure: liquid water forms organised and self-organising structures on micro-scales to macro-scales which has very different properties to bulk water and is critical to common biological and physical processes. (Szent-Gyorgyi 1950’s, Derjaguin 1960’s, Pollack 2013).

2. Coherent Domains: the theory of quantum electrodynamics (QED, Feynman, Schwinger, Tomonaga 1950’s) applicable then only to gases is extended to liquids. This Fundamental new theory of water systems allows the understanding of why water acts as the main organizing force of nature (Preparata, Del Giudice, Vitiello, Yinnon 2000’s)

3. Water Memory: water retains information of substances it is exposed to; this can be read and transmitted as EM signatures; can be biologically active. (Benveniste 1980’s Montagnier 2000’s, IC Medicines “Informational Copies of Biologically Active Substances (BAS)” 2015, Homeopathy Hahnemann 1796)

4. Water Consciousness: water can be affected by conscious intent and is involved in all consciousness interactions. Water is the physical matrix for consciousness which is hosted in water. (Emoto 2000 , Radin, Korotkov 2010’s). 

Modern physics, in contrast with classical physics, not only allows water to behave in a strange way, but also requires it to display such a behavior. This leads us to a fundamentally new approach to the theory of water systems and represents profound consequences. 

by comparison 

 

Conventional Water Science  New Water Science 
  • Unevolved for 100 years 
  • Water is passive and chaotic 
  • No stable structures
  • Random chaos
  • Passive solvent 
  • Properties remain anomalous and mysterious 
  • Emerging 
  • Water is active substance 
  • EM signature of substances can be extracted from and transmitted into water
  • Liquid water forms structures at micro scale to macro scale 
  • Structures are active in biological metabolic processes 
  • Self organising, stores and promote energy 
  • Drives numerous physical water processes 

 

Whilst the science is as yet settled a new scientific paradigm is emerging along with the enormous potential for a scientific revolution to be underway which would affect all the adjacent sciences.  As such further investigation in these areas is prioritised to offer deeper explanations.  

The impact of understanding water will advance and be revolutionary in many fields such as biology, chemistry, physics, quantum biology – chemistry – physics, evolution, medicine, health, agriculture, energy production, climate, earth sciences, ecology, health, industry, economy, metaphysics, psychology and consciousness, etc

Scientific evolutions are rare affecting all the sciences and our metaphysical understanding of life.  It would seem water is proving itself to be the key to many solutions allowing us to evolve into an entirely new paradigm. 

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