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Water Structuring 

Theoretical basis


The transfer procedure and the effect of molecular information have been independently confirmed by several institutions, including the Slovenian Bion Institute, which conducts research in the field of bioelectromagnetics and which has also confirmed the effects of information on bacteria and plants, to which the placebo effect does not apply[1].


Quantum electrodynamics explains how the interaction of the photons of an electromagnetic field with water molecules results in the entrapment of the field in the group of molecules, as the collective electron excitations and relaxations of the molecules render the photons unable to disappear back into the background from which they came. This produces a coherent domain. In accordance with electrodynamics, the internal resonance of a coherent domain also attracts other molecules when they come near it. This results in a special mixture of matter and field, which can be referred to as energized matter[2].


Small-angle X-ray scattering studies have shown that regular drinking water comprises two different fluids of different densities; one fluid has a greater density and consists of microstructures (coherent domains), whereas the other has a lower density and consists of free molecules[3].


Studies in which water was irradiated with infrared light have shown that it can take more than a day for water to restructure after irradiation[4].


Certain studies have also shown the presence of large domains in water[5].


These and numerous other studies and theoretical bases provide an explanation as to how the vibrational structure of a certain substance affects another compatible substance. As this occurs at a subtle, non-thermal level, detecting it requires special methods, which currently are predominantly being studied by alternative sciences.

[1] Jerman I, Ružič R Krašovec R. Škarja M Mogilnicki L. Electrical transfer of molecule information into water, its storage and bioeffects on plants and bacteria. Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine 2005; 24(3): 341-354).

[2] Arani R, Bono I, Del Giudice E, et al. QED coherence and the thermodynamics of water. Int J Mod Physics 1995; 9: 1813-41.

[3] Huang C, Wikfeldt KT, Tokushima T, et al. The inhomogeneous structure of water at ambient conditions. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2009; 106: 15241-6.

[4] Yokono T, Shimokawa S, Mizuno T et al. Clathrate-like ordering in liquid water induced by infrared irradiation, Jpn J Appl Phys 43 2004; L1436–L1438.

[5] Yinnon C, Yinnon T. Domains in aqueous solutions: theory and experimental evidence. MPLB 2009; 23(16): 1959-73.