Water has memory

Come on, what do you think about that?

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  1. Chris
    Sep 01, 2016 @ 17:29:54

    Here is a statement from the video:

    “The statement that water has a memory practically changes our whole way of looking at the world, of course.”

    The statement can do nothing itself. Now, if someone believes the statement that is an entire different matter.

    I wonder if there was a grant given for this study? If so, I could easily do this same thing except it would be framed very differently.

    For something to have memory in the human sense, it must be alive.

    A simple google search gets hundreds of ideas on the subject. At the top there is this:

    “Water is non living. We talk about alive or dead only when it comes to living organisms. Living organisms are made of one or more cells and these cells are responsible for their living nature. They need nutrients, they do respiration, they do reproduction, they show movements and so on.”

    Then there are statements like this:

    “Water itself is neither dead nor alive. It’s made up of molecules. H2O. 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom makes up one water molecule.” This statement goes on to say: “However, there are tiny cell organisms that live in water. They are alive but water itself isn’t.”

    Using the simple definition of memory: “the faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information” means that if water is to have memory it has to “remember.”

    Current knowledge shows that water in non living and cannot remember as far as I know. If water did remember things, I think I would have heard about such an amazing discovery.

    This video has done nothing to change my “whole way of looking at the world.” It has reinforced something. It has reinforced my thinking that sometimes people spend too much time on something they didn’t need to. Just as I have done by writing this. (Unless I can be proven wrong, of course, and in that case I would have certainly learned something new.)

    One thing about water that I believe is that it is so important that man and plants cannot live without it. It is a wonder of God’s creations. It is amazing how God used just a few of the atoms and created a liquid that is the basis of the fluids of living organisms.

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  2. Mannyr
    Sep 01, 2016 @ 18:26:48

    I would ask you when you have time and inclanation please watch the video after this one.

    I believe they have hit on to something. When something like a flower is introduced into water there is a transfer. The water takes on a memory of the flower as they say. This is a set up for me to write about one very interesting topic. Human short and long term memory. I will try to color with my crayons, sometimes it is very hard to remember “The lines are our friends.” And i just end up trashing the page.

    In all seriousness memory storage and retrival is an awesome topic. Gone to try coloring.

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    • Chris
      Sep 03, 2016 @ 23:05:40

      I’m looking forward to the interesting topic, my friend.

      You are part of a fad by the way. Adult coloring is pretty popular. You had better not give a preschooler a coloring sheet, though. You are a bad educator if you do.

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