Presenter: Gerald Pollack, PhD
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We?ve learned that water has three phases: solid, liquid and vapor. But we have recently uncovered a?fourth?phase. This phase occurs next to water-loving (hydrophilic) surfaces. It is surprisingly extensive, projecting out from the surface by up to millions of molecular layers. And, its properties differ substantially from those of bulk water.
This fourth phase is charged; and the water just beyond is oppositely charged, creating a battery that can produce energy. We found that light charges this battery. Thus, water can receive and process electromagnetic energy drawn from the environment in much the same way as plants. Absorbed electromagnetic (light) energy can then be exploited for performing work, including electrical and mechanical work.
The energy-conversion framework implied above seems rich with possibilities. Not only does it provide an understanding of how water processes solar and other energies, but also it may provide a foundation for a simpler understanding of natural phenomena ranging from weather and green energy all the way to food and nutrition. Water is good for you!
The presentation will cover the evidence for this surprisingly extensive phase of water, especially in your cells, and will consider its potentially broad implications for physics, chemistry, and biology, and particularly for health. For the award-winning book on this topic see:ebnerandsons.com.