MIT researchers discover astonishing behavior of water confined in carbon nanotubes.
The structure of water is much more susceptible to the impact of ions than previously thought
Researchers from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (“EPFL”) have found that water molecules are 10,000 times more sensitive to ions than previously thought.
Scientists detect ferroelectric properties of water molecules by placing them into a network of nanocavities in a crystal
Scientists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and several research teams working in Russia and other European countries have been the first to reliably realize and document the phenomenon of ferroelectricity in water by confining water molecules within nano-cages in a beryl crystal. The results of their work are published in Nature Communications.
Structured Water Is a Naturally Occurring Phenomenon
Dr. Gerald Pollack, in his book “The Fourth Phase of Water”, lays out a number of scientific experiments he and others have performed demonstrating the existence of an area called the “Exclusion Zone” in a vessel of water. The Exclusion Zone, which Dr. Pollack describes as “EZ” water or Exclusion Water, is an area of highly structured water which occurs naturally in such commonplace situations around the edge a glass of water. As demonstrated, any “hydrophilic”, or water-loving, surface will initiate the process of water structuring.
The specific charge of the surface initiating the structuring process does not matter; the process of water structuring can begin with either a positively or negatively charged surface.
Inconsistencies in the Thermodynamic and Physiological Definition of Calories Perpetuates the Confusion
Confusion about whether water contains calories has led to a masking of the vital role water plays in the human body’s energetic system. Students of structured water know that since a calorie is a unit of energy, and structured water contains lots of energy, structured water contains lots of calories, right?
Well, not so fast.