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« on: 11/06/2009 17:55:46 »
I think it might be possible to alter unhealthy cells to that of healthy cells just by changing the structure of the water in which surrounds them.
I think if we were able to take nano size particles of quartz crystals and inject them in the unstructured water surrounding unhealthy cells it would change the water to structured "reconstructed water" that surrounds healthy cells and might act as a ripple effect, changing unhealthy cells to healthy?


please share your thoughts.

« Last Edit: 11/06/2009 17:59:09 by adaptation »


 

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« Reply #1 on: 11/06/2009 18:53:30 »
Hello, welcome to the forum.  Just to let you know, I haver deleted the other copy of this post, as it's much easier for everyone if all discussion on one topic is kept to one thread.  Nothing personal!

Now to get on with your actual post.  I'm afraid I have no idea what "reconstructed water" might be - and I've no idea how injecting nano particles of quartz would have any benefit on cells.  The fluid around cells is not just water, and I don't think it has much by way of a consistent structure anyway.

 

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« Reply #2 on: 11/06/2009 18:57:33 »
I think this is a science forum rather than an uninformed speculation forum.
I also think that finely powdered quartz is known to cause cancer.
I also think that the structure of water is so constantly variable that it can't be manipulated this way.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 11/06/2009 19:00:33 »
I think this is a science forum rather than an uninformed speculation forum.
I also think that finely powdered quartz is known to cause cancer.
I also think that the structure of water is so constantly variable that it can't be manipulated this way.
I'm rather inclined to agree - I'm just interested where this is going.  The "structure" comments could be a language issue, and they may mean "constituents".  I'm not at all surprised to hear of a link between powdered quartz and cancer though.
 

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« Reply #4 on: 11/06/2009 19:27:26 »
I am sorry to offend your forum.

I saw many other posts posing questions, and I was under the impression this was a forum to help people understand how things work. I too, had a question and thought to ask others their thoughts to help me better understand why something would or would not work.


"Crystals have a hexagonal, symmetrical shape. This is a basic form in geometry, physics and atomic theory, and is a universal, perfect form in the structure of matter. The energy that radiates from clear quartz, the piezoelectric effect, amplifies healing abilities. "

"Structured water is found in the cytoplasm of healthy tissue. It has a high solubility for the body's minerals, so minerals and vitamins, which are formed with structured water, tend to go from the digestive tract and bloodstream into the tissues. Structured water can be formed using lights, magnets, temperature changes, (quartz crystals, pyramids and sounds. Structured water formed with blue light or North Pole magnetic energy is slightly alkaline and has an increased surface tension. Water structured with yellow and red light, south pole magnetic energy or within a pyramid is slightly acidic and has a decreased surface tension. The two types of structured water each have increased mineral solubilities and different healing effects on the body. North pole magnetic energy and water is known to stop the growth of pathogenic bacteria and cancer tumors while south-pole magnetic energy and water enhances organ functions and endocrine excretions. "

These are only two different sources out of a plethora on this subject.

Is there any truth to these remarks? bitte.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 11/06/2009 20:59:50 »
"Is there any truth to these remarks? "
No.
It's total bollocks put about by people trying to sell pebbles.
Lets have a close look at the first one.

"Crystals have a hexagonal, symmetrical shape. This is a basic form in geometry, physics and atomic theory, and is a universal, perfect form in the structure of matter. The energy that radiates from clear quartz, the piezoelectric effect, amplifies healing abilities. "

"Crystals have a hexagonal, symmetrical shape"
Not all crystals are particularly symetrical; many are not hexagonal.
"This is a basic form in geometry, physics and atomic theory,"
It's not basic in geometry; its a bunch of 6 triangles stuck together.
It hasn't any particular importance in any branch of physics that I'm aware of.
It doesn't get a mention in atomic theory.

"and is a universal, perfect form in the structure of matter."
NO, once again, there's nothing universal about it. Some metals have hexagonal structure; then again plenty are cubes. It's not even a very common shape for crystals. Have a look at sugar crystals or salt crystals.

" The energy that radiates from clear quartz, the piezoelectric effect, amplifies healing abilities."

Quartz doesn't radiate any particularly exciting radiation. The piezoelectric effect is interesting but nothing to do with healing.
It's not clear what healing abilities are being amplified but who cares?
Since nearly everything is made of crystals, if they helped healing then what difference would adding a few expensive ones make when we are surrounded by them all the time.

As I said; bollocks.
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« Reply #6 on: 11/06/2009 21:40:24 »
I think they are referring to clear quartz crystals.

In either case I appreciate and thank you for the constructive retort.

I can see I have much more to investigate.

Warm Regards
 

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« Reply #7 on: 11/06/2009 21:59:45 »
Sand is made of clear quartz crystals. There's nothing magic about them.
 

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