I am interested in learning more about the living memory
of water. There was a French scientist who had been working on a theorum
that pstulated that water is alive, and has memory. Apparently,
the memory is contained within the vibratory frequencies of water in its
natural state. I have read about water's composition being ltered within
pipes, because the water is forced to move in a position that is not
retained within it smemory. Hence, the idea that we are not consuming
natural water, and that the water that we do drink is an alteration of
the natural water that is found in nature. Have you ever heard of
this? Can you identify the scientist? Is this scientific theory as to
the retained memory of water, a fact?
You gotta wonder why he/she singled out water, which behaves very
much like other liquids. I mean, what distinguishes water from, say, dry
cleaning fluid, that would make someone think water is alive and
dry cleaning fluid is not? Water behaves in an utterly mindless fashion
and, in my view, displays no sign of memory or of life.
No, I have not hear of this before, and I can't identify the person who
proposed it. This is not a scientific theory, and it is not a fact.
However, it's wonderful fiction. There is a great science-fiction book
entitled Solaris, by Stanislaw Lem, in which one of the main characters
is a sentient ocean. You might like it.
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