This is a movie I saw two weeks ago. It’s about one hour and 20 minutes long and it talks about unusual things about water. I got the link from one of my astrology groups where I’m subscribed, so I expected something beyond scientific. But most of the time in this movie, it’s the scientists that are speaking. And they’re speaking about stuff that we don’t know yet about water, even if we did walk on the moon or discover the atomic bomb (yes, they are talking about “heavy water” too, several times).
I’ll let you see the movie for now, and if you think like commenting upon it afterwards, you’re welcome. But if you don’t want to see it, I’ll outline what surprised me the most, and try to comment a little about it. So, without further ado, these are the key points in the movie:
- Water has a changeable structure. The chemical composition remains the same, of course, but the structure – the physical model of the atoms in the water molecule – can change in unusual ways. One of the key speakers in this movie is Masaru EmotoÂ famous for his water crystal pictures, also featured in The Secret… This structural water change can be interpreted as a form of water memory, or information computing.
- The water structure can be changed by human thoughts or emotions. If the first property is somehow easier to understand, the second is one of the most surprising and revolutionary ideas – if proved true. The majority of the movie tries to make us believe this. I, personally, don’t need some scientific proof for that, but the movie makes quite an effort in this direction.
- The water structure can affect back our thoughts and emotions. Again, one of the most consistent movie approaches. The quality and information contained in the water can dramatically affect human behavior. Knowing the fact that we’re 80% water, this doesn’t seem too unusual.
- The structural changes of the water can physically propagate over a variety of other materials, including air, explaining partially some telepathy experiments.
There are several other points in the movie, but I think we can safely reduce them to those 4 above. Now, if this proves true, we are in front of a major breakthrough. We’re surrounded by water, we’re made of water so the way in which we interact with this element is fundamental.Â
The most challenging approach about this is the fact that water can act as an information propagation medium, sort of a computer. A giant super-computer made of water is something even more revolutionary than Matrix, if you know what I mean. It could be the most advanced yet simple information storage and computing machine ever invented, a device in front of which even the most advanced man-made computer will look like a toy. Â
Personally, there are some parts that I totally agree with, some parts that I do consider pure fantasies, and some parts over which I still wait for some other pieces of information to appear and shed some light. The most important part in which I totally believe – and I’ve been living it, so to speak – is the fact that the water structure can be affected by our thoughts and emotions and our thoughts and emotions can dramatically influence water. I’m a Scorpio, a water sign, what can I say? 😉
The comments at Google Video page for this movie are ranging from rant to enthusiasm, from total belief to rejected “pseudo-science”. What’s your opinion?
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