I recently stumbled across an interesting Indiegogo campaign that is raising $500,000 to research if water holds memory. What the waht?? Certainly this is crazy right? The video was quite hilarious, but after some google search, it is, like, actual science. Below is the Indiegogo video and the science behind the crazy ideas.
Here is a simple experiment explained by world scientists. Water — just a liquid or much more? Many researchers are convinced that water is capable of “memory” by storing information and retrieving it. The possible applications are innumerable: limitless retention and storage capacity and the key to discovering the origins of life on our planet. Research into water is just beginning. If you create 20 water drops, each one holds a unique shape much like a snowflake.
This is a potential world-changing experiment that could help billions of people in need of clean water. Scott Salter and his team are seeking funding to generate a purely unbiased scientific experiment to prove or disprove water’s ability to hold memory. We will answer the question of whether or not human consciousness and intention can impact the state of water molecules. This claim has been made by Dr. Masaru Emoto and we aim to scientifically end the debate on whether or not his findings are true.
If this experiment finds that water does in fact hold memory, it will have an enormous impact on the world concerning our fundamental relationship to water. These findings can open the door for countless new technologies that would be accessible for people around the world in need of clean water.
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