Everyone knows that water has three phases:
solid, liquid and vapor.
But we have uncovered
a fourth phase!
This phase occurs next to water-loving (hydrophilic) surfaces.
Gerald Pollack, PhD will present evidence for the existence of the novel Fourth phase of water, also known as hexagonal water, or structured water, liquid crystalline water, or exclusion-zone (EZ) water.
Why is it that nobody’s seen it before?
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The interior of the cell commonly has a negative electrical potential of _50–100mV, a fact known for more than a half century. To create this potential difference, the ionic contents inside the cell must differ from those outside the cell. Gerald presents evidence that the potential difference arises, at least in part, from the unique characteristics of intracellular water, rather than from the action of membrane transporters and channels.
Digital Video Download of Dr. Andrew Kaufman's Interview with Gerald Pollack, Ph.D.
It’s raining realizations and wisdom as Gerald Pollack, author of the book, “The Fourth Phase Of Water” sits with Andrew Kaufman, M.D. to discuss water, health and his findings and research on The Fourth Phase of Biology and Water. Gerald discusses his most intriguing discoveries in his years of research, perspectives that challenge all preconceptions, opening the doors to the New Biology.
Digital Video Download of Dr. Andrew Kaufman's Interview with Dolf Zantinge
Dolf Zantinge takes listeners on a journey of realizations around light and Biophotons, helping us to discover a new perspective on biological systems, and our bodies. Candlelight, moonlight, colors, and natural frequencies all play into this dance of vibrations that affect our mood and health. Enjoy learning about Dolf’s research that supported his invention of the Analemma Water Wand.
Digital Video Download of Veda Austin's Presentation at the True Healing Conference
Veda discusses hydroglyphs, the visual language of water that she has been working on for many years. They are very much like hieroglyphs except in ice. She has 30 glyphs/images that I’ve identified as having specific meaning and is beginning to literally read ice. Water is a reflection of the many facets of ourselves. It is sacred. If we learn to communicate with it, if it really can speak, imagine what it might say?