Is the body smarter than a supercomputer?

All living beings require water, that’s something we all know.

Water is so common and obvious to us that it has become uninteresting, almost too simple to study. We think we know everything about water, how it behaves under different circumstances.

It freezes into ice, a solid form, when the temperature drops below zero, and it boils and evaporates at 100° C, in the temperature range in between it flows and splashes as we know water to do. Our bodies contain between 60-80% water, depending on age, gender, and body fat.

But do we really know everything about water? No, according to many researchers, we do not.

According to Gerald Pollack, who has studied water for a long time, we have very little knowledge about how water molecules function under different circumstances. Furthermore, he and many others, including Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier, believe that water can store memories.

Is that how our memory works? How do we store all the information we acquire throughout a lifetime? How can the brain store all that we learn and remember? The brain and its neurons also consist of large amounts of water.

Water is vital for life and is needed for all physiological functions to work. All of our cells contain water and the liquid part of fascia, the ground substance, also called interstitial fluid, also contains water, which constitutes the fluid flow of fascia. Similarly, water is found in blood, lymph, the brain, and other parts of the nervous system. Water is a good solvent for most of the substances that the body needs, such as proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. However, fat is not soluble in water, so other aids are required for these molecules.

Water is necessary for transporting substances in the body, such as nutrients, waste, and toxins, and is vital for all bodily processes, such as transport, cell division, repair, nerve function, communication, sliding function between muscle fibers, gliding of joints, regulation of body temperature, and much more. If we become dehydrated, our physical ability decreases due to the mentioned functions not working optimally, and our mental ability to think clearly also decreases in line with dehydration.

But is it really water as we know it that exists throughout our body? According to Gerald Pollack and his team, a completely different form of water exists everywhere in our body, inside cells, around all cells, in joints, in blood vessels, in the brain, and so on.

The water molecule, H2O, is a dipole and is a neutral molecule. It has a positive and a negative pole and the charges cancel out. When water molecules are exposed to infrared light (sunlight), a hydrogen atom will split off, leaving OH- plus a free H+. This is known to occur in plants as a first step in photosynthesis. Water in contact with hydrophilic, water-loving, molecules such as proteins and carbohydrates, water now organizes itself into a structured honeycomb-like order. The oxygen atoms with hydrogen in between, structure themselves into hexagonal forms (hexagonal structures), and the honeycomb structure is built in many, many layers when exposed to infrared light.

This structure of structured water molecules has completely different properties than liquid water as we normally know it. Among other things, it is more viscous, gel-like. Gerald Pollack and his team call this structured water the fourth phase of water, a crystalline, gel-like form, between liquid and solid. They also call it EZ-water (exclusion zone), due to its property to exclude all particles from the structured water. As there are plenty of hydrophilic molecules in a biological organism, this is something that is found everywhere in the body, in our cells, in the fascia, in joint fluid, in the nervous system, in fact everywhere in the body!

Similarly, silicon atoms are organized in transistors used in computer memory. Silicon can have two states, plus or minus (one or zero). Oxygen in EZ-water can have five different oxidation states, -2, -1, 0, +1, and +2. This means, according to Gerald Pollack, that structured water, EZ-water, could potentially store a million times more information than a memory based on silicon!

This form of water also has a negative charge, unlike regular water, which is neutral. This creates an electric current in our bodies when we are charged with solar energy (negative charges of electrons move towards positively charged hydrogen ions). The structured water acquires many properties that differ from regular water, and it’s not surprising that water stores information and memories. What is memory, and how else would our memory work? How could it be stored? Our entire body is full of water, inside and outside cells, and we are constantly exposed to infrared light! A light that is vital for us, as well as for plants and all other forms of life!

Water, proper nutrition, and sunlight give us energy and vitality and an amazing memory!