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Water has Memory; The amazing attributes of water
Topic Started: Jan 29 2018, 07:10 AM (68 Views)
Peter Smith
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You may have read my essays and comments on the Golden Ratio, and the Fibonacci sequence. The ancients had a better understanding than we do. They knew that water had different characteristics at different frequencies. The native people still say a prayer, and pass their hand over a glass of water, before consuming it. Now science is confirming the old beliefs. Water has memory, and is "alive". It reacts to language, and words. Our bodies, including our brain, is over 90% water. There is a modern awareness, of old science. Water has memory, and changes it's characteristics at will. We can debate myth, and illogical concepts, which is what this is. But we cannot debate science facts.

This would be hard for the average person to accept, but open minds can get past that, and see how it makes sense. Water is the only element that has three stages, gas, liquid, solid. It is the only element that acts in reverse to all the others. Everything that freezes, contracts, yet water expands. Here is a video about it. It shows the extent of the research around the World.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILSyt_Hhbjg

If that short version gained your interest, you will want to watch this documentary.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMrQme-DEas
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Bfmama
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That’s interesting. Maybe the water within us holds the soul! Or perhaps it’s a factor in our consciousness, which, when last I checked, science still has difficulty determining exactly where that is within the brain.

Due to fact that the solid form of water is less dense than the liquid, ice floats & lake bottoms rarely freeze completely, keeping room for life. Just so convenient for ice-fishing!
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todd0329
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Water is very interesting, but I don't think that it's the only element (or more accurately, compound) that has three stages of matter. See here:
http://scienceline.ucsb.edu/getkey.php?key=92

It appears as though we'd only see one compound, water, go through all three stages in our daily lives--but many of the other compounds can exhibit all three stages of matter.

"All of the elements except for helium go through all three phases of matter (solid, liquid, and gas) as the temperature is varied. That is to say, at low enough temperatures, all the elements (except Helium) are solids. As the temperature is increased they will melt and become liquids. Each element melts at a different temperature, called it's "melting point". Hydrogen melts at -259 degrees Celsius. Mercury melts at -39 degrees Celsius. Iron melts at 1,535 degrees Celsius. As the temperature is increased still further, each element will boil and become a gas. Each element boils at a different temperature, called the "boiling point". For Hydrogen, the boiling point is -253 degrees Celsius; for mercury it is 357 degrees Celsius, and for iron it is 2,750 degrees Celsius."
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Peter Smith
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Thanks for the link Todd. You are quite correct, and I am glad that you brought it up. As you pointed out, in our daily lives, we would only experience water. All elements (with the exception of helium), have freezing and melting points, but the average person never experiences those extremes of temperature.
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