Dianne and Wayne's Comments
There are many ways to 'restructure' 'living' water, including, and not limited to:
- Putting water in a glass bottle and exposing to sunlight for 20 minutes or
- Far infared energy
- Adding natural minerals
- Homeopathic energies
- Stirring (Vortexing)
- Natural flow properties
Scientist, Gerald Pollack and colleagues at his University of Washington laboratory have discovered that water is NOT always H2O. When touching most surfaces, water transforms itself into so‐called Exclusion Zone (EZ) water, whose formula is H3O2. EZ water differs in all respects from H2O.
Dr. Gerald Pollack
World’s foremost water researcher Gerald Pollack says simple models are elegant and beautiful.
Four Foundational Principles
Principle 1: Water Has Four Phases
[Excerpt] From childhood, we have learned that water has three phases: solid,
liquid, and vapor. Here, we have identified what might qualify as a
fourth phase: the exclusion zone (Fig. 18.2). Neither liquid nor solid,
the EZ is perhaps best described as a liquid crystal with physical properties
analogous to those of raw egg white.
Origin of Life
Like-charged particles or molecules attract one another because of an intermediate of opposite charges. The opposite charges arise directly from exclusion-zone formation.
In exploring life’s origin, one conundrum has been the issue of how scattered molecules coalesce to form a condensed mass. Recent experimental results imply a potentially simple answer to this conundrum. In aqueous media, it has been long known that like-charged substances do not repel one another, as expected; they actually attract one another. Feynman referred to this paradoxical attraction as “like-likes-like” and went on to postulate that the attraction occurs because of the “unlikes” that inevitably gather in between, thereby creating the attractive force.
Feynman’s thesis has been supported by elegant experiments of Norio Ise at Kyoto University and we have recently been able to confirm this thesis with direct evidence (Nagornyak et al., 2009). We found that like-charged gel spheres immersed in water and separated by as much as half a millimeter attract one another; they attract despite the large separation, and after some time they coalesce. Further, we confirmed the expected presence of opposite charges lying in between the spheres. The opposite charges derived from the exclusion-zone that develops around each sphere, generating opposite charges beyond, and in high concentration in between the spheres. Thus, it is true that like-likes-like through an intermediate of unlikes, as Feynman theorized.
We now understand why like-charged entities attract in aqueous solution. The energy mediating the attraction comes from radiant sources, which builds exclusion zones and separates charge. The attraction is therefore energy consuming, although the energy is freely available from the environment.
The upshot is that a mechanism for building condensed masses is now experimentally verified. In order for it to work, all that is needed is water, light, and molecules/particles. Even if those entities bear the same charge, they will self-assemble into a condensed mass. This process is presumably the first step in producing the condensed mass that ultimately became the cell. It is sufficiently simple that one wonders whether life is being produced this very day (Pollack et al., 2009).
Your Body Benefits from Living, Structured Water
September 22, 2014 | By Dr. Mercola
[Excerpt] In 2011, and again in 2013, I interviewed Dr. Gerald Pollack about his truly ground-breaking theory of the physics of water. Besides being a professor of bioengineering at the University of Washington, he's also the founder and editor-in-chief of a scientific journal called Water, and has published many peer-reviewed scientific papers on this topic. He's even received prestigious awards from the National Institutes of Health. He believes that structured or living water actually has a different chemical structure and is not H2O but H3O2.
His book, The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor, is a phenomenal read that is easy to understand. The fourth phase of water is, in a nutshell, living water. It's referred to as EZ water—EZ standing for "exclusion zone"—which has a negative charge. This water can hold energy, much like a battery, and can deliver energy too. Your cells consist mainly of EZ (highly structured/ordered) water, and since they're composed of EZ water, they too work like little batteries in your body.
This is what makes drinking structured water so important, as this is the type of water your cells need for optimal functioning. You may have heard about "structured water" before. Many are skeptical, and some don't even believe it exists, let alone that it has any value. But it's important when trying to find high quality water. Water filtration processes used to clean our water supply frequently de-structures the water, so the question is whether or not adding structure back into the water matters. Dr. Pollack explains this challenging concept in the following lecture:
The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor
by Gerald H. Pollack (Author), Paperback – May 2013
Professor Gerald Pollack is Founding Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal, WATER and is recognized as an international leader in science and engineering.
The University of Washington Faculty chose Pollack, in 2008, to receive their highest annual distinction: the Faculty Lecturer Award. He was the 2012 recipient of the coveted Prigogine Medal for thermodynamics of dissipative systems. He has received an honorary doctorate from Ural State University in Ekaterinburg, Russia, and was more recently named an Honorary Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Foreign Member of the Srpska Academy. Pollack is a Founding Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering and a Fellow of both the American Heart Association and the Biomedical Engineering Society. He recently received an NIH Director's Transformative R01 Award for his work on water, and maintains an active laboratory in Seattle.
Pollack's interests have ranged broadly, from biological motion and cell biology to the interaction of biological surfaces with aqueous solutions. His 1990 book, Muscles and Molecules: Uncovering the Principles of Biological Motion, won an "Excellence Award" from the Society for Technical Communication; two subsequent books: Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life, and The Fourth Phase of Water, both won that Society's "Distinguished Award."
Pollack is recognized worldwide as a dynamic speaker and a scientist willing to challenge any long-held dogma that does not fit the facts
Professor Pollack takes us on a fantastic voyage through water, showing us a hidden universe teeming with physical activity-- providing simple explanations for common everyday phenomena, which you have inevitably seen but not really understood.
Amazingly, Pollack and colleagues at his University of Washington laboratory have discovered that water is NOT always H2O. When touching most surfaces, water transforms itself into so-called Exclusion Zone (EZ) Water, also known as Structured Water or Fourth Phase Water.
EZ water, whose formula is H3O2, differs dramatically from H2O. And, there is a lot of it, everywhere.
Pollack writes in a clear, eloquent style. Whimsical illustrations and simple diagrams help get his points across in a reader-friendly manner perfectly suitable for non-experts.
The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor won the "Distinguished Award" from the Society for Technical Communication, their highest accolade.
The Fourth Phase of Water wins an award!
The Fourth Phase of Water, Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor brought home the “Distinguished” award from the
Puget Sound Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication. This is their top tier award.
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