Structured water is referred to as ‘structured water’ for a reason. The chemical structure of structured water is significantly different from that of free-standing H2O molecule, giving it its unique properties and characteristics.
Structure of the Hydrogen Atom – Classical Versus Quantum View
– The classical physics model of hydrogen (left) contains a nucleus/proton with an electron rotating it at a fixed distance from the nucleus.
– Quantum physics has changed that model to where both the nucleus and the electron and no longer viewed as a solid, but as a probability of position of a packet of energy. Thus, in the quantum world, nothing is “solid”, but rather merely packets of “frozen energy” being held in place by magnetic forces of attraction.
Structure of the Water Molecule
– Water contains one oxygen atom (charge of -2) and two hydrogen atoms (each +1 charge).
– When combined as a molecule, the combined net charge is zero, but because of the bonding angle of 104.45 degrees, the side with the two hydrogen atoms is positively charged and the side with the oxygen atom is negatively charged, causing a covalent bond.
– The existence of high-energy covalent bonds provide the coherence and long-lasting nature of structured water.
– In fact, the traditional idea of H2O as a free-standing stable molecule is not borne out in the laboratory or in life.
How Structured Water is Formed
– Under proper conditions, water molecules begin to bond into hexagonal patterns connected by hydrogen bonds.
– The pattern of hexagonal structure develops into layers of incredible strength. This strength provides for numerous abilities including communication, DNA protection, and energy for numerous processes within and outside the cell.
Structured Water and DNA
– Structured water interacts with every part of DNA’s double helix structure.
– Structured water is required for the precise replication of helical DNA strands.
– The first layer of water surrounding healthy DNA is structured water.
– This stabilizes and protects DNA from energetic influences that could cause malfunctions and distortions such as cancer.
– There is a direct correlation between cancer and a lowered amount of structured water in the cell.
The Unique Properties of Water
-There are over 40 anomalous properties to water, and these properties are explained by its structure:
– Water, like all matter, contracts as its cools. However, at 4 degrees C, water begins to expand, due to the increasing hexagonal structure of the water prior to freezing.
– Water is less dense when it freezes, otherwise it would sink to the bottom of rivers, lakes and oceans, destroying life.
– Water has a very high specific heat (amount of heat necessary to raise the temperature of a substance by 1 degree). Water has the highest specific heat of all liquids due to hydrogen bonding. This is why human bodies can withstand such a large variation in temperatures.
– Surface tension (cohesive forces which are present at the surface of a liquid) produces a stronger capillary effect or the ability to move against gravity. Water’s surface tension (due to the existence of structured water) is second only to that of mercury.
– Density increases as water cools until just before it freezes…39 degrees F or 4 degrees C—at which point it begins to expand and forms a crystalline network. Hexagonal water is less dense.
– Under proper conditions, ice made from structured water will freeze clearly, another indication of structure.