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What You Need To know About This life-sustaining substance


Ever wondered why every snowflake is different? It comes down to a unique characteristic of water …

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Ever wondered why every snowflake is different? It comes down to a unique characteristic of water …

Next time you brush your teeth, or take a long hot shower, reflect for a moment on the hidden memory of each drop that touches your body. Reflect and be amazed, because water is the essence of life, and that alone is pure joy.

How water remembers:

A molecule of water consists of two hydrogen atoms bonded to a single oxygen atom through a powerful electric force. The structure looks like a Mickey Mouse cartoon with two large ears.

But here’s where it gets interesting. The angle of attachment is 104.45 degrees, but this is never perfect. In fact, there is a variation of a few degrees at each point of attachment. This variation means that each molecule of water is unique in some way.

Reflect and be amazed, because water is the essence of life, and that alone is pure joy.

When these different molecules link up to form water vapour that cools, it is the unique combination inherent to each point of connection that makes the resultant ice crystal different to every other ice crystal. That’s why no two snowflakes are the same.

But it gets way more interesting than that

Given that water has existed on planet Earth from the very beginning, long before other biological life could survive, it has become a key ingredient in every living organism. In higher life forms like mammals, the brain is made up mostly of water.

It is here that some amazing new ideas are starting to take hold in the scientific community, because, with our knowledge of computers, we have learned that data can be stored in simple binary code.

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A binary system consists of only ones and zeros

This means that there is either a measurable value or there is no value at all, which is why it is called binary. With a simple binary system we have developed the most sophisticated computers in the world. This exponential growth in our ability to analyse data and explore sub-atomic matter has led some scientists to the startling conclusion that water has a memory [Tweet this].

The data stored in that memory is encoded in the variations of the angles of attachment between the two hydrogen atoms and the single oxygen atom. Those slight variations are like the binary code in modern computers, only it has an infinitely larger range of potential connections – and with that a richer potential source of information.

Is consciousness stored in water?

While this is not yet in mainstream science, it does pose a number of interesting possibilities:

  • Is consciousness stored in water?
  • Can water remember?
  • If water can sustain consciousness, then is it only humans that have this ability we once though unique to our species?
  • Is there such a thing as happy water and angry water?

Over the next few weeks I will be exploring aspects of water so that the reader can learn more about the single molecule that is common to all known biological life.

Feel free to ask questions as these will shape the contents of future articles

In the interim, reflect and be amazed by water – it is the essence of life!

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