Leonardo Da Vinci said: “Water is the driving force of nature“. Indeed, there can be no life without water. But what are the secrets hidden in this amazing part of nature? How did it come to Earth? Who brought it? Questions that perhaps only the water itself could answer…
Scientifically inexplicable water
Scientists have concluded that any property of water is unique and can not be explained entirely by the laws of physics. For example, water is the only chemical compound which can exist in three forms: liquid, solid and gaseous – at the temperatures that our planet naturally has.
Water has memory!
The unpredictable behavior of water has concerned scientists from the 50s and 60s. Unable to explain a series of unpleasant incidents such as deaths of scientists and intelligence agents after drinking water, they resulted in a conclusion that initially seemed incredible: water has memory. By some unexplained mechanism, it manages to “save” information, much like a computer!
The next years, a series of experiments in various countries of the world have shown that water “accepts” and “saves” any outside influence. It “keeps” and “remembers” anything that happens in its surrounding environment, and anything that comes in contact with water leaves a “mark” in it.
The structure of water is affected by our emotions
Scientific studies have shown that water, not only has memory but its structure is affected by the emotions of people. The water molecules change their position when they interact with positive or negative emotions. The structure of water is more important than its composition. Scientists concluded that water molecules act as memory cells and record the entire history of interaction with the outside world.
Probably the fact that many parts considered “haunted” are close to rivers and seas is connected with this property of water. Perhaps water traps the “souls”, “remembering” the circumstances surrounding the death of people and not letting them go away…
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