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does the water have any memory ?
I know it seem crazy but experiments on that have already been made and the result is that the Cristal form of water does change with the kind of sound waves and even the light that where exposed to a bottle of water .
and what about this , do you know that there is one only place as far as the some scientists know, where the water has a unique pure virgin state which makes the people living in that place very kind and having a special good life and they wont to change that place ever, that is I think just the observations of the scientists who know that but the reality about water has not been fully discovered since there is lot of work to do to understand everything about ' Water '
Mind you, it's quite clever the way it can construct all those different snow crystals.
The only crystalline form of water is called 'ice'.What is 'cristal' water supposed to be?
Some metallic alloys are described as having "memory", although this does not seem to have any meaning in the human sense of memory.The water on our planet has probably been here for most of the existence of our planet, and, as we are mainly made of that water, it some sense you could say that water does have some memory.However, as far as we know, water alone has no memory.
Or some of us are advanced enough to know what's impossible.
It's bad science to assume that just because something hasn't been dis-proven that it's possible and should be pursued. Water memory can't really be disproved--if experiments don't show it, supporters of water memory will say that those experiments are flawed.Good science works by making educated guesses about what is possible in light of current evidence and pursuing those leads. Even the really revolutionary theories such as relativity are based on evidence from previous theories. Space travel and supersonic flight weren't fundamental science problems--things can move fast or through space, but they were tough engineering problems. However, water having memory has no scientific backing, scientists don't waste time trying to prove it.
[rant]Water having a memory is sometimes propounded by the charlatans of homeopathy. This has never been shown under lab conditions sorry that is not true , even you know it or not works have already been done
tell you what - have a look at this as well http://whatstheharm.net/homeopathy.htmljust cos Rustum Roy is a material scientist of real repute doesn't mean he isn't a total fruitcake when it comes to homeopathy/water memory. science doesn't work on reputation (or it shouldn't) it relies on reproducibility - NO experiments on water memory have ever been found to be reproducible. google 'beneveniste nature' to read about a famous controversy.it is not that I don't want to believe in homeopathy (it would be cool and break the power of the big pharmaceutical corps who I am not a great fan of) or that my mind is closed (it's so open you can see straight-through from ear to ear) - it is that NO evidence has ever been given that could survive repetition in controlled and double-blind experimentation. matthew
Quote from: imatfaal on 14/07/2010 17:53:59[rant]Water having a memory is sometimes propounded by the charlatans of homeopathy. This has never been shown under lab conditions sorry that is not true , even you know it or not works have already been done
[rant]Water having a memory is sometimes propounded by the charlatans of homeopathy. This has never been shown under lab conditions
do we really know enough about water , this is the question
Quote from: myriam on 06/07/2010 13:38:35does the water have any memory ?what kind of memory are ewe referring to ?......does it have RAM ? short term ? long term ?...access memory ?
The next generation of computers will have water storage units instead of hard-drives. It's clearly a very stable form of storage, since homeopathy treatments sit on the shelf for years and 'still work'. 
what I meant the memory is the kind of arrangement of water molecules depending on the external conditions like the light , the pressure, different sound waves....
dear Myrian,I put down a link to the documentary film What the bleeep ...is easy to know more just google Masaru Emoto putting it is the maximum exponent in the deep investigation of this matterhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvzTNhVb9Y4