Tap water.

Tap water, drinking water, for animal and human consumption.

Ancient cultures and civilizations had great respect for water and worshipped this "life substance" which they often equated with life force and surrounded with myths and legends. These people knew the real and vital importance of quality water.

Imbalances in water associated or cause of many illnesses and the water element is indicated by: adrenal exhaustion, general fatigue, hearing loss, premature aging, bone problems, urinary problems, infertility, memory difficulties, back pain and knee weakness.... All of which did point to disruption of water energy and kidney function in Chinese medicine.

The human body is a bioelectrical water machine that requires approximately a litre (quart)of clean and healthy water a day for every 25 kilos (55 pounds) of body weight. The kidneys are especially sensitive to changes in hydration for the kidneys rule the water element.

This article is about understandings water pollution, use of chlorine and how it affects coherence in our biological existence. Our health is truly dependent on the quality and quantity of the water we drink." Naturally perfect water right from the tap is a fantasy nor should it be commercial exploited.

After the Declaration of Independence, Congress declared that natural substances, e.g. water or salt, were God's gift to mankind and that therefore products of nature should be limited in their patent protection. While this was a noble declaration, it has actually been used against those whose rights it would/should protect. Water is the single most important substance for life on this planet but can easily be polluted and becomes dangerous and toxic. It is the universal nurturer, healer and solvent. It ability to absorb substances out of the environment, food, radiation and waves, absorbs light and vibrations. Water is not only important; it is everywhere, wherever you look on this planet. You find it in the atmosphere as humidity, clouds or rain, rivers, lakes, the sea and oceans, it is in the Earth's crust within the rock and soil fabric, and it is in every living being, animal or plant. To preventing accumulation of power and greed and exploitations of other humans involving essentials. It has forced private interests to synthetically alter natural substances -- for instance the burgeoning biotech field of recombinant DNA technology, i.e. genetically modified organisms (GMOs) -- for the sole reason that it guarantees them ownership/patent rights by which the can be enforced and exploited. The natural water streams, lakes, sea and oceans being used to dump large amounts of waste and dangerous substances without cost and making it at the same time unsuitable for use by others. Making it impossible to use water resources for drinking. Other will clean it and charging for cleaning it.

 

Toxic exposure is epigenetic…! that is, the environment in which the cell lives. If the interstitial fluid (matrix) surrounding the cells is sufficiently toxic, the BRCA genes, as well as all other genes are at risk of being damaged, and if not repaired adequately, mutated. Increased replacement (duplicating) cell will shorten the life time cycle (premature ageing). There are limits to the number of times a cell can replicate and excessive repairs result in premature ageing and the development of chronic diseases. Within a natural environment the body is well protected. The vast majority of cellular damage takes place at the outer cellular membranes (double layered) and, if significant to the point that a break occurs, the cytoplasm, or inside of the cell becomes exposed and possibly damaged. Clearly still then, it is a long way to the nucleus where the DNA is housed within another double layered membrane, the nuclear membrane. (Short term/long term damage)

Environments rich in chlorine affect our body chemistry and presents of toxins, chlorine which is a gas is dissolved in water. Our digestive system is able to deal with small amounts of chlorine in water. However when you take a warm bath the chlorine will enter through the skin and bypass the digestive system going straight for the blood. When you take a shower it will be released by the water get into the air and you will breath it. It is a very toxic gas and used in world war 1 as nerve gas. With developing of the so-called salt chemistry came the warning about the risk if increased chlorine content in the environment and products and its ability to replace Iodine within tissue affecting our body metabolism. The commercial benefits seen as more important than health. The significance of halogen bonding to biological macromolecular structure has been overlooked because it need not to be part of certain compounds present in our body but also act as an intermediary during syntheses without being consumed better known as a catalyst.

Based on single-crystal structures in the protein data bank (PDB) (July 2004 version), a study by Auffinger and others on single crystals structures with 3 Ĺ resolution or better entered into the PDB revealed that over 100 halogen bonds were found in six halogenated-based nucleic acid structures and sixty-six protein-substrate complexes for halogen-oxygen interactions.

Although not as frequent as halogen-oxygen interactions, halogen-nitrogen and halogen-sulphur contacts were identified as well. These scientific findings provide a unique basis for elucidating the role of halogen bonding in biological systems. The molecular recognition and binding or halogen bonding be significant.

Chlorine and fluoride are important components in the industrial chemistry and therefore of commercial importance Thyroid hormones contain and made of Iodine are phylogenetic ally very old molecules that are synthesized by most multicellular organisms, and that even do effect unicellular organisms.

By flooding the environment but also our homes with chlorine and chlorine containing compounds in many shapes and forms impact or biological, animal and human life. Toxicity is certainly one of main underlying causes of cancer. If fact, if you have cancer, your body is toxic. Dead cancer cells are highly toxic which can easily be proven in laboratory. To protect your health you need to detoxify and to support your detoxification organs/ability so they don't get overwhelmed. Charge-transfer complexes used by our body chemistry result in many types of molecules, inorganic as well as organic, and in solids, liquids, and solutions. The significance of halogen bonding to biological macromolecular structure has simply been understated or overlooked and if you take the amount of information available questionable. The fact is that many halogens are highly reactive including bromide, chlorine and Fluor as such harmful or lethal to biological organisms in sufficient quantities.

Polyhalogenated compounds (PHCs) are any compounds with multiple substitutions of halogens are everywhere. They are of particular interest and importance because halogens generally are highly reactive and also bio accumulate in humans, and comprise a superset of which has many toxic and carcinogenic industrial chemicals as members. PBDEs, PCBs,

dioxins (PCDDs) and PFCs are all poly-halogenated compounds. They are generally non-miscible in organic solvents or water, but miscible in some hydrocarbons from which they often derive. PHCs are used in a vast array of manufactured products, from wood treatments, to cookware coatings, to non-stick, waterproof, and fire-resistant coatings, cosmetics, medicine, electronic fluids, food containers and wrappings, in everything from furniture and furnishings, automobiles, airplanes, plastics, clothing and cloth, surgery, insulation, adhesives, paints, sealants, lubricating oils, polyurethane foams, cancer therapy and medical imaging. They are also heavily used in pest control. PHCs include notoriously dangerous substances, including Agent Orange, DDT, and other pesticides. Many non-pesticide PHCs have the same safety issues as pesticides. Polycholorinated, e.g. PCBs, dioxins (PCDDs), hexachlorophene, dibenzofurans (PCDFs), polychloro phenoxy phenols (PCPPs), polychlorinated diphenyl ethers (PCDEs).

Health issues, Carcinogen, Endocrine disruptor, Diabetes, Obesity.

Under standard conditions, iodine is a bluish-black solid appearing to sublimate into a noxious violet-pink gas, the colour due to absorption of visible light by electronic transitions between the highest occupied and lowest unoccupied molecular orbitals. Melting at 113.7 °C (236.7 °F), it forms compounds with many elements but is less reactive than the other members of its group being bromide, chlorine and Fluor. Charge-transfer complexes exist in many types of molecules, inorganic as well as organic, and in solids, liquids, and solutions and at the basis of the body chemistry. Without the forming of radicals no chemistry would be possible. Our body designed to deal with the negative affects of these radicals which cannot be avoided. However the reactivity differs and some are more damaging than others.

The formed product using Iodine as catalyst much lower in toxicity compared to analogue substances like bromide, chlorine and fluoride. As a consequence, halogen atoms are used and proven to be able to improve penetration through lipid membranes in body and tissues/fat. As a result of it there is a tendency for some halogenated compounds including formed neuron toxins to accumulate in adipose tissue. Nature has chosen for Iodine because of its low toxicity, solubility and electro potential to metabolize bio-organics.

"Although concentrations of carcinogens (THMs) formed in tap water as result of adding chlorine to drinking water are low, these low levels partly responsible for the majority of human cancers in the United States". The bounding with bromide and chlorine change the passing of molecules through the cell membranes and result in a shift of solubility, being less in water and better in fat tissue resulting in change of our body metabolism. The main problem is that chlorine can and will replace Iodine from tissue under the right conditions as concentration and low ph.

Iodine's relatively high atomic number, low toxicity, and ease of attachment to organic compounds have given it the place it has in nature and our bio-chemistry and not chlorine. On Earth, iodine's high atomic number makes it a relatively rare element. However, its presence in ocean water has given it a main role in biology. It is the heaviest essential element utilized widely by life in biological functions Iodine's rarity in many soils, due to initial low abundance as a crust-element, and also leaching of soluble iodide by rainwater, has led to many deficiency problems in land animals and inland human populations. Iodine deficiency affects about two billion people and is the leading preventable cause of intellectual disabilities. Iodine is required by higher animals for synthesizing thyroid hormones, which contain the element.

Charge-transfer complex.

We do known from research on mummies that there was no cancer in the old world. Another lesson from history that in the hunter type communities no recorded cases can be found. That when demographic studies are done between countries using seaweed on a larger scale and other not or less like Japan and the West there is less cancer and the onslaught by chronic disease. Less but not absent and an indication of the importance of iodine present in seaweed. Japan is an industrialised nation as we in the West and pointing toward the low amount of iodine used. The radicals and components formed during the chemistry in the presence of chlorine differ and are much more damaging to our tissue. The availability and ph. critical for the iodine presence. We do know for at least one hundred years that chronic diseases are les common and frequent in countries with a high seaweed consumption including breast cancer. Despite these fact the Western medicinal world and WHO have consequent refusing to increase and update the iodine intake and minimum amount needed.

Iodine is rare in the solar system and Earth's crust (47–60th in abundance); however, iodide salts are often very soluble in water. Iodine occurs in slightly greater concentrations in seawater than in rocks, 0.05 vs. 0.04 ppm Iodine and the iodide ion form a redox couple. I2 is easily reduced and I- is easily oxidized. Iodine is easily reduced. Most common is the inter conversion of I- and I2. Molecular iodine can be prepared by oxidizing iodides with chlorine:2 I- + Cl2 ? I2 + 2 Cl- . Nature has chosen for Iodine because of its low toxicity, solubility and electro potential to safely metabolize bio-organics.

The human body is made of about or in average 30 % of solids and 70 % of water. In fact we are walking sponges. Our Life beginning is in the womb and inside a water bag. When you count the number of molecules we consist of 95% of water. Water is the single most important substance for life on this planet and will be forever. Not only it ability to absorb substances out of the environment, food, radiation and waves, absorbs light and vibrations but let them pass through and in the process collection data/information. Water is not only important; it is everywhere, wherever you look on this planet. Traditional the most abundant substances on the surface of world, one of the best pain medications, effective for asthma and are the best anti-histamine medication there is. It should be as brimming over with the essential fluid of life. Clean water the solvent of our ills and the deliverer of ripe and healthy old age. Drinking enough water for full hydration is the basis of good health but that good effect is nullified if that water is polluted and acidic and treated with chlorine and fluoride. Unfortunately it is used to dump and get rid of large amounts of human and industrial waste.

Dr. Robert Carlson, a highly respected University of Minnesota researcher, sums it up by claiming, "Chlorine is the greatest crippler and killer of modern times!" and the use and application un abated despite the knowledge present.

Medical College Of Wisconsin research team wrote?

"We are quite convinced... that there is an association between cancer and chlorinated water."

Dr. Joseph Price wrote a highly controversial book in the late sixties titled: Coronaries/Cholesterol/Chlorine, and concluded that nothing can negate the incontrovertible fact that the basic cause of arteriosclerosis, heart attacks and stroke, is chlorine.

Dr. Price later headed up a study using chickens as test subjects, where two groups of several hundred birds were observed throughout their span to maturity. The chemicals and cancer link claims to be put to the test...One group was given water with chlorine and the other without. The group raised with chlorine, when autopsied, showed some level of heart or circulatory disease in every specimen, the group without had no incidence of disease. The group without chlorine grew faster, larger and displayed vigorous health. Despite this chlorine is now added to the drinking water of animals to replace antibiotic, which are no longer working. No indication or labelling nor risk given for the chlorine adding to the drinking water, effect on quality and long term health risks as a result. We had a stray dog staying with us for a couple of years and he never did drink our tape water. To smart, his nose and the taste would tell him what was safe or not. Neither authority nor the water people could fool him. Only people are that stupid and to trusting. No authority, people in power, commercial interests should interfere and do damage or pollute water used for consumption. Quality water is a basic necessity and essential to health and life and the illness as result of interference and use of manipulated and polluted resulting in illness and even death. Due to bad regulations and release of toxins many people health are getting compromised. The law makers, the advisers and commercial interest benefiting from bad laws/regulations should be made liable. Much to many people are trusting people who are incompetent, well advanced in opinions but lack of sound knowledge or understanding, manipulative.

According to the U.S. Council Of Environmental Quality, "Cancer risk among people drinking chlorinated water is 93% higher than among those whose water does not contain chlorine." Many of the substances now found in water do damage to the body even in small amounts and certainly long term. It may cause much heart disease too. The Membranes in cells typically define enclosed spaces or compartments in which cells may maintain a chemical or biochemical environment that differs from the outside. Probably the most important feature of a bio membrane is that it is a selectively permeable structure. This means that the size, charge, and other chemical properties of the atoms and molecules attempting to cross it will determine whether they succeed in doing so. Selective permeability is essential for effective separation of a cell or organelle from its surroundings and vital for health, well-being and survival.

Chlorine is not used because it's safe; we use it because it is cheap and a commercial product. Because of it strong reactivity chlorine is used to bleach natural products proving its aggressively; adding bleach to our water before we drink it is simple stupid. The long-term effects of chlorinated drinking water are a disastrous example of the chemicals and cancer link well known and reported. Chlorine as such exerts a powerful action on any other chemistry that is taking place in the solution. This is true, not just for laboratory solutions, but also for the biochemistry-taking place in cells and increasing amount of unwanted and undeserved by-products produced. As any physical chemist knows, the character of a liquid solution must include not only the pH, but also the Eh. Most of us are familiar with ph. It is the measure of the degree to which a liquid is either acidic or basic. It is not adequate to describe a solution simply as acidic or basic, it is critically important to describe just how acidic or basic it is. The change from very acidic to very basic is a continuum with the standard unit of measurement being the ph. Similarly, a less well-known characterization of a solution is the degree to which it is oxidizing or reducing. The reason the pH and Eh are so important is because together, they exert a powerful action on any other chemistry that is taking place in the solution. This is true, not just for laboratory solutions, but also for the biochemistry-taking place in cells. Most chlorine is added to low quality water, due to its high reactivity, for killing of bacteria but it also combines with other natural compounds present within the water to form Tri-halomethanes (chlorination by-products), or THMs. "Although concentrations of these carcinogens (THMs) are low, they can accumulate in the body tissue and are very stable. Other scientists believe that chlorine might be responsible for the majority of human cancers in the United States. No tap water suitable for consumption should contain any chlorine. In France it is not allowed to add chlorine to drinking water and it makes sense. The problem gets worse when people are forced to use contaminated water either by law/regulations or lack of availability. A complicating problem when people are forced by law/regulation and through availability to consume contaminated water. The problem that the impact and effects slowly build over time and go unnoticed for a long time. It acts as an oxidiser. These chlorine by-products trigger the production of free radicals in the body, causing cell damage, and are often highly carcinogenic. Chlorine is added to poor quality tap water to kill bacteria disinfecting it. The need for chlorine is an indication of not only poor water quality but also questions about reliability and safety.

Sometimes Fluoride is added to protect teeth and can be very damaging again to general health as such too. Because the halogens are highly reactive, and have a proven record as far as harm and being possible lethal to biological organisms, is concerned and not only in larger doses but also low due to accumulation in body tissue. The decision to use fluoride should have been left to the individual person and not forcefully add to our drinking water.

The industrially created compounds using chlorine and fluoride of which there are many, a number are very toxic and bio accumulate in humans, and have a very wide application range but are well entranced within our environment. They include the much-maligned PCBs, PBDEs, and per fluorinated compounds (PFCs), as well as numerous other compounds best known as neuron-toxins. Most legislations in respect of water are defective and add to the already severe crisis. Please do realise that we are not here talking about you but also your loved ones and even the unborn children. No one should have to life and use substandard and dangerous water.

The looming shortages of water in the United States, for example, forced President Obama 'to Approves Raising Permissible Levels of Nuclear Radiation in Drinking Water and with it the possibility that civilian Cancer Deaths. "The White House final approval for dramatically raising permissible radioactive levels in drinking water and soil following 'radiological incidents,' such as nuclear power-plant accidents, pollution and dirty bombs not the way forward. Issued by the Environmental Protection Agency, the radiation guides (called Protective Action Guides or PAGs) allow clean up many times more lax than anything EPA has ever before accepted. These guides govern evacuations, shelter-in-place orders, food restrictions and other actions following a wide range of 'radiological emergencies.

Properties of Iodine and Chlorine and halogens.

 

Life has not only been developed within and around water but also based on the use of Iodine a halogen as basis for our metabolism. I2 is easily reduced and I- is easily oxidized and at the basis of our body chemistry. The I-I bond is relatively weak, with a bond dissociation energy of 36 kcal/mol, and most bonds to iodine are weaker than for the lighter halides like chlorine and fluoride. One consequence of this weak bonding is the relatively high tendency of I2 molecules to dissociate into atomic iodine which is a radical. Iodine normally exists as a diatomic molecule with an I-I bond length of 270 pm,[7] one of the longest single bonds known. Molecular iodine can be prepared by oxidizing iodides with chlorine: 2 I- + Cl2 ? I2 + 2 Cl-

The halogens are oxidisers similar to oxygen and during the process free radicals are formed which have to be neutralised analogue to the anti-oxidants protecting cells against excessive damage by oxidation using oxygen during the bodily process. All chemical reactions involve the formation of free radicals as intermediate steps since they all require the transfer of unpaired electrons. Yes, free radicals are responsible for biological damage since all chemicals reactions, beneficial and damaging, involve free radicals. Human tissue contains approximately between 0.2 to 0.5% of chlorine. There is a total of 95 grams of chlorine in a typical 70-kilogram human.

Charge transfer based on and use of Iodine is the way in which nature has designed our body, to use these processes being part of our body chemistry/metabolism and is primarily used in growth and nutrition. In the universe and on Earth, iodine's high atomic number makes it a relatively rare element. However, its presence in ocean water has given it a role in biology. It is the heaviest essential element utilized widely by life in biological functions. Iodine's rarity in many soils, due to initial low abundance as a crust-element, and also leaching of soluble iodide by rainwater, has led to many deficiency problems in land animals and inland human populations. Iodine deficiency affects about two billion people and is the leading preventable cause of intellectual disabilities and other diseases. Iodine's relatively high atomic number, low toxicity, and ease of attachment to organic compounds which can easily be reversed has given it his place in bio-life and placed it at the core of body chemistry we use and depend on.

Iodine is basically an essential trace element for life, the heaviest element commonly needed by living organisms. Iodine's main role in animal biology is as a constituent of the thyroid hormones thyroxin (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). Thyroid hormones are phylogenetically very old molecules that are synthesized by most multi-cellular organisms, and that even have some effect on unicellular organisms. traced back millions of earth years in earth history. These thyroid hormones play a basic role in biology, acting on gene transcription to regulate the basal metabolic rate. Total deficiency of thyroid hormones can reduce basal metabolic rate up to 55%. Excessive production of thyroid hormones can increase the basal metabolic rate by 100%. Iodine has a nutritional relationship with selenium. A family of Selenium-dependent enzymes called deiodinases converts T4 to T3 (the active hormone) by removing an iodine atom from the outer tyrosine ring. Fifteen to 20 mg of iodine is concentrated in Thyroid tissue and hormones, but 70% of the body's iodine is distributed in other tissues, including mammary glands, eyes, gastric mucosa, foetal thymus, cerebral-spinal fluid and choroid plexus, arterial walls, the cervix, and salivary glands. In the cells of these tissues, iodide enters directly by sodium-iodide symporter (NIS). Its role in mammary tissue is related to foetal and neonatal development, but its role in the other tissues is partially unknown. The natural sources of dietary iodine include seafood, such as fish, kelp and shellfish, dairy products such as milk, cheese and eggs and plants grown on iodine-rich soil.

Breast cancer. The breast strongly and actively concentrates iodine into breast-milk for the benefit of the developing infant, and may develop a goitre-like hyperplasia, sometimes manifesting as fibrocystic breast disease, when iodine levels are low. In an estimated two-thirds of households on Earth, table salt is iodised. However, this still leaves an estimated two billion people iodine-deficient. Iodine deficiency is also a problem in certain areas of Europe.

Why iodine and not bromide, chlorine or Fluor.

It is about Iodine as molecular knife. Hydrogen iodide can split back into their constituent elements and important as property during metabolism within the human body. Iodine normally exists as a diatomic molecule with an I-I bond length of 270 pm, one of the longest single bonds known. The I-I bond is relatively weak, with bond dissociation energy of 36 kcal/mol, and most bonds to iodine are weaker than for the lighter halides. One consequence of this weak bonding is the relatively high tendency of I2 molecules to dissociate into atomic iodine or radicals. Charge-transfer complexes form when iodine is dissolved in polar solvents, modifying the energy distribution of iodine's molecular orbital, hence changing the colour. A metal ion may replace the solvent, in which case the two species exchange electrons, the ion undergoing back bonding. On the bio-molecular level, halogen bonding is important for substrate specificity, binding and molecular folding. In the case of protein-ligand interactions, the most common charge-transfer bonds with Polar able halogens involve backbone carbonyls and/or hydroxyl and carboxyl ate groups of amino acid residues. Typically in DNA and protein-ligand complexes, the bond distance between Lewis base donor atoms (e.g. O, S, N) and Lewis acid (halogen) is shorter than the sum of their Van der Waals radius.

Depending on the structural and chemical environment, halogen-bonding interactions can be weak or strong. Again, Nature has chosen for Iodine because of its low toxicity, solubility and electro potential to metabolise bio-organics. For the ease in which electronic transitions within the atom between the highest occupied and lowest unoccupied molecular orbital can take place.

In drug discovery, the incorporation of halogen atoms into a natural organic substance results in analogues that are usually more lipophilic and less water-soluble. As a consequence, halogen atoms are and can be used to improve penetration through lipid membranes and tissues. Also it follows that there is a tendency for some halogen Ted drugs to accumulate in adipose tissue.

Stress & shock.

Earth life history started with an absence of free oxygen in the atmosphere due to its reactivity. It will bind with other molecules and atoms whenever possible and free oxygen the product or produce of life. Within the first part of our food chain carbon dioxide is changed into carbohydrates and oxygen also known as carbon-hydro complex.

Over time parts of the plants where covered by water and soil and changed into coal. During this period the oxygen content did start to rise and carbon was formed and removed from the equation. The second part of the food chain to which we are part of is using the produce being oxygen and nutrients of these algae, plants and be able to get energy from it by oxidising it or using redox reactions. The cancer-based metabolism does not use oxygen and produces no carbon dioxide but as result of remnant of a program and not a sickness, the ability and capability present in every cell. The metabolism of Cancer differs, and is based on the old redox reactions and there is no need to use free oxygen nor release of carbon dioxide. There are still animals who do what we call hibernate and switch to redox for keeping a low profile for prolonged periods of time. The crocodiles are a good example and can go for prolonged period without free oxygen. Yeast cell use by the production of alcohol from sugar known, as fermenting is such a process; no need for oxygen but still carbon dioxide is produced and released. The yeast cell do prefer the use of oxygen to grow, however when the oxygen supply is cut the yeast will feed on the sugar producing alcohol and carbon dioxide. Keep in mind that the redox potential, like pH (acid-alkaline), is a fundamental quality of the cellular environment, or epigenetic and is largely a function of (dependent upon) nutritional intake and waste removal mechanisms.

 

Social genomic or the effect of psychological and social influences on genetic expression has become a very broad field of study with a vast amount of solid, scientific research having been accumulated over the past few decades. This field actually emerged in the modern era several decades ago when Hans Selye, MD, PhD (pioneering endocrinologist) identified and coined the expression, "stress" pertaining to the psychology of the individual, rather than physical influences. The mind (or brain's)perception of the social environment and its likelihood to impact the individual are translated into physiology, biochemistry and genetics through the regulation of hormones, neurotransmitters, and other signalling molecules that activate membrane receptors and transcription factors, etc. Emotions are the force by choice to produce bodily changes in chemistry using energy based components. Other call it charka's, representing different energy channels within the human body. What ever you believe there is no real denying of the effect of emotions on humans and changes in hormones, body processes and experience.

Cosmos

One of the things most people do not realise is that water and the water world meaning our earth does connect us with the cosmos. The cyclic phases of the moon, planetary constellations, sunspot activity, etc. all have an effect on this Earth and life on it. Water appears to act as the main but not only sensory organ of the Earth for these cosmic cycles. Tides are a well knows examples of how water reacts to the phases of the moon and is affected by gravity.

Theodor Schwenk, was one of the pioneers investigating the subtle effects of the cosmos on water. He developed methods, which clearly showed variations in water response to changes in planetary constellation. He found that moving water acts as a receiver, while still water preserves the received information.

He carried out experiments with water throughout a solar eclipse. Samples of water were shaken at regular intervals before, throughout and after the solar eclipse. Grains of wheat were subsequently germinated in the various samples of water. Schwenk found that the growth of wheat germs was stunted in the samples of water, which were shaken during the solar eclipse, whereas the growths were normal before and after the eclipse. This correlation of planetary constellation and plant growth was confirmed using other techniques.

Water appears to act as the sensory organ of the Earth for these cosmic cycles. Tides are a well know examples of how water reacts to the phases of the moon. Theodor Schwenk, was one of the pioneers investigating the subtle effects of the cosmos on water. He developed methods, which clearly showed variations in water response to changes in planetary constellation. He found that moving water acts as a receiver, while still water preserves the received information.

There are processes on the net able of producing High alkaline water at low cost, without electricity, but also high magnesium water that normally costs an arm and a leg from bottled water companies. Very few of the hundreds of bottled water sold in the world have high magnesium content.

 

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