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There is no question that water is necessary for proper brain function, and these articles point to some specific mechanisms that require water. But nowhere do I see any hint that the water itself is the "source" of consciousness...
Microtubule nanotubes are found in every living eukaryotic cells (sic)
If these microtubules are found in every cell in our body, and every cell in every multicellular organism (including plants and fungi) how likely is it that these structures are responsible for consciousness?