Molecular structure

Posted on Nov 23, 2013 in Micro-cluster

Molecular structure

The last of the three main changes that occur to water during ionization is in molecular structure. This refers to the way the molecules are organized. The molecular structure has a
powerful effect on water s ability to hydrate your cells and to carry energy throughout your body.
Water is what chemists call a polar molecule. It has a positively-charged side and a negatively-charged side because of the way the electrons are arranged around each atom.
This means that when water is placed in an electric field, the molecules must organize themselves in a very specific manner to stay balanced within the electric field. Water molecules assume a crystal-like, hexagonal geometry that can literally change the properties of the water.11 Although the organization (structure) of the molecules begins to dissipate when the water is removed from the electric field, a certain amount of structure lingers. Crystalline structure enhances the water s ability to hydrate cells, to transport nutrients, to remove waste, to support metabolic processes and to improve cellular communication.

In 1986, a new theory referred to as the molecular water environment theory was proposed at a symposium on cancer. The theory stated that replenishing the crystalline (hexagonally structured) water in the human body could increase vitality, slow the aging process, and prevent disease. The theory was based on research that revealed the following:
1. a greater degree of structure in the water of an infant s body than in the water of an adult s body
2. a greater degree of structure in the water surrounding healthy DNA than cancerous DNA
3. a greater degree of structure in the water surrounding the proteins of healthy tissue than in the water surrounding the proteins of cancerous tissue.
4. the ability of structured water to improve bowel transit time and constipation in a clinical trial.
5. the ability of structured water to slow the growth of cultured cancer cells.

One of the first questions people ask about the molecular structure of water is: How can a substance that is liquid have structure ? The best way to explain this is by introducing the
term, coherence.
In quantum physics, the term coherence is defined as a fixed phase relationship between waves or particles. For water to be coherent, molecules must move together, turning and spinning as if they were all connected like a sheet that blows in the wind. In a coherent system, things tend to stay organized for longer periods of time. In fact, quantum physicists are beginning to consider new ways of looking at life itself in terms of coherence and organization. According to quantum theory, the difference between life and death is not so much in chemistry as it is in organization and structure.15 This has huge implications when you consider that the structure of the water in your body can be correlated with sickness and aging.
Liquid crystals are special phases of matter with orientational order. Unlike solid crystals, they are flexible and responsive.16 Computer display screens are liquid crystals. Many
components of the human body are now considered to be liquid crystals, including collagen and cell membranes.

In many ways, water and crystalline quartz are similar. Quartz crystals are used in the computer industry because they vibrate under pressure at a very precise frequency. This property allows them to carry signals with speed and precision like no other material. The molecular geometry of structured water is very similar to the molecular geometry of crystalline quartz based on the same pattern.18 This may be the reason that structured water is thought to carry signals more efficiently throughout living tissue. Many suspect that structured water may be the key to DNA signaling, enzyme activity, and to many other functions. Structured water has been shown to hydrate more effectively.

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