Insert Q - On the quality of water.



When still with respect to the surrounding matter, water tends to lose many of its useful functions. Eventually, it becomes sort of “dead water”.

To become and stay “alive”, water has to move with respect to the surrounding matter, spinning around itself, in a vortex.

In essence, this is what the followers of the austrian naturalist, Viktor Schauberger, assert.


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How quality in water would be achieved.

When still with respect to the surrounding matter, water configuration would tend to get to higher energy levels.

When set in motion with respect to the surrounding matter, thanks to the force d, water molecules would switch sometimes by chance to more orderly configurations, as it would occur to Essential Fatty Acids in seeds in the experiment A.

The quality improvement in water would be subject to chances, because the water molecule would assume a more orderly configuration, only when the movement, with respect to the surrounding matter, is at the discrete angular velocity, necessary to give the critical angular velocity, corresponding to a transition, possible at a given moment, of energy level.

The release of heat.

The switching to more orderly configurations would require the instant release, outside of the system, of the heat produced at the same time, during the process.

That's the reason why the level of temperature is so important; indeed, a low temperature level eases the transfer of heat.

A system to treat waste water by making it to flow around should then include a way to ease the transfer of heat. That would improve the efficiency of the plant.


The case of homeopathy.

It is not excluded that the secret of homeopathy may be the way in which water improves its quality thanks to the action of the "force d".

A question of method.

The case of the long standing debate about the homeopathy is a reminder, by analogy, of the anecdote of those customs officers who inspected every day, for many years, the sack full with sand that a man used to carry on a bike, across the border between Switzerland and Italy. Until the man confessed he was smuggling bikes.

Those customs officers focused their attention on the wrong object. Likewise, in homeopathy, almost everybody seems to think of the diluted substances; just few researchers have redirected their attention to the solvent.

How it would work.

The best configurations of water could be achieved by chance in homeopathy, where the important fact would be the motion to which the water is subjected.

The preparation of a homeopathic product involves among other things a series of sessions of dilution, during which the water is “succussed”, i.e. shaken rhythmically.

Since the water is subjected this way to casual movements, not discrete, also the quality of a “homeopathic” product in various bottles would be subject to various chances, and would be thus far from certain - as it occurs in practice.

I assume that the quality of all the molecules of water in one single bottle tends to become the same, in a process of equalization: the molecules with the most orderly configurations degrade to less orderly ones in favour of lower quality water molecules.

On top of this, also the mean orderliness of all the water molecules in a bottle would tend to degrade with the passage of the time.

An experiment.

In 2002, an experiment was performed thanks to the BBC and broadcast in the series Horizon. The scope of the experiment was either to prove or disprove the homeopathy as science.

See the transcript of the experiment.

According to my interpretation of the results, that experiment - which has more than one aspect in common with the experiment ‘A’ performed by me on seeds - has confirmed some parts of my theory about the homeopathy.

For instance (1) that the diluted substance appear to be irrelevant, and (2) that the results are subjected to chances because of the casual movements applied to water.

Homeopathy as science.

If my hypothesis is right, homeopathy could become a science, when the discrete angular velocities to apply to water, in order to switch its molecules to their most useful configurations, will be known and when operations will be perfomed accordingly, not casually.

The transfer of "orderliness".

The peculiar feature of the molecular configurations of a quality water is its “orderliness” - a key word in thermodynamics (called also negentropy).

This “orderliness” would be “spent”, in favour of other water molecules, for instance of those found in our body, through equalization of configuration.

In the process, orderly water molecules switch to less orderly configurations. It is then disposed and ready to begin another cycle in the eco-system, as the perfect “carrier of orderliness”.

Quality water would enable our body to better fulfill a number of functions, to the benefit of our health.