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How to Solve the Water Shortage

A very small effort from your side can bring great change to this world.

While going through the net I came across a very interesting finding by a Japanese scientist, Masaru Emoto. He found out that the crystal structure of water change according to the human behavior and emotions. A very weird and bizarre finding I would say.

In his finding he proved that the water becomes more crystallized when good things are said in front of water.

Now second most important thing which he observed, which actually makes this whole finding very important, is that with increase in crystalline structure, the energy of water increases. Also, its absorption in our body cells increases.

Now, if this thing is true. Then, the shortage of drinking water can be solved by thinking good things, whenever we are drinking water. It is very difficult to drink water in that way. But, then if we really want to save our precious resource then we have to do like this. Since this will help in reducing the water uptake per person. Hence, this will increase the amount of water available to us.

So, in this way probably we can prevent the water shortage in this world.

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  1. Red

    On December 24, 2008 at 8:49 pm


    I really don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade, but are you mentally challenged?

    We can’t create mass in our bodies by “thinking good thoughts”; the “crystal structure” of water molecules (which in itself sounds shaky- water isn’t a crystal unless it’s in a solid state, and the last time I checked, the [live] human body temperature is well above 0 degrees C) has nothing to do with the number of molecules, and therefore with the amount of water present. Thus we can’t “make more water” for the world just by thinking “good thoughts”.

    The only possible way I could rationalize this article is if English isn’t your native language (or, as stated above, if you’re mentally challenged).

  2. Red

    On December 24, 2008 at 9:02 pm


    To clarify a bit.

    “[...]is that with increase in crystalline structure, the energy of water increases. Also, its absorption in our body cells increases.”

    The “energy of water”? Strictly speaking, the phrase “energy of water” describes a certain amount of energy contained in a theoretical parcel of water. Since we seem to be assuming that this parcel of water isn’t moving, and that it is resting in a container (so that it has no potential energy), then its energy content must be kinetic. By definition, the kinetic “energy in water” is a phenomenon we’re very familiar with- Temperature. When you boil water, you’re forcing the molecules in the pot to move around more quickly by adding energy to the water. Conversely, when water is frozen, energy leaves the parcel of water and goes out into “the system” (in most cases, your freezer), then it is carried through the air inside, through some coolant, etc., and ejected through the radiator coils behind the refrigerator (which is why it’s warm back there).

    So, according to this article, when we “think good thoughts”, the water in our body gains a more crystalline structure (which would require it freezing, by the way), then increases in temperature.

    There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being open-minded, but for God’s sake (not that it exists, that’s another story) try to think for yourself, especially when something sounds so pseudoscientific as “with increase in crystalline structure, the energy of water increases.”

  3. ur guide

    On December 25, 2008 at 12:53 am


    Hello Red,
    First of all I’m very grateful that you spend your precious time in reading my article and giving your comment.

    As you say:
    “we can’t “make more water” for the world just by thinking “good thoughts”.”

    As per your comment i can judge that u r a good science student. so might be knowing the saying that “Energy saved is energy gained”. So, same thing is applied here, “water saved is water gained”.

    “when something sounds so pseudoscientific as \”with increase in crystalline structure, the energy of water increases.\”"

    In chemistry, it is taught that bond breakage release energy while bond formation needs energy. It is because every molecule in this universe try to attain minimum energy and maximum entropy (I hope u must be knowing this concept as from ur talks u appear to be quite learned.

    Now, a molecule in crystal structure is more rigid and hence lower entropy and high energy since it is not a stable configuration. You have to provide energy to keep it in that state. In my case the energy is provided by the radiations released by our body. So, in a way u are increasing the overall energy of water.

    “Since we seem to be assuming that this parcel of water isn\’t moving, and that it is resting in a container (so that it has no potential energy), then its energy content must be kinetic.”

    I think you are confused a bit. Body at rest may have potential energy (Depending on its position) but it can’t have kinetic energy.

    “Conversely, when water is frozen, energy leaves the parcel of water and goes out into \”the system\” (in most cases, your freezer), then it is carried through the air inside, through some coolant, etc., and ejected through the radiator coils behind the refrigerator (which is why it\’s warm back there).”

    Agreed! with what you say, but You again just didn’t went for correct interpretation.
    Again lets take the help of thermodynamics, to cool down a stuff you need to invest energy, in this case it is the refrigerator which uses the electrical energy to cool down stuff. So, if you look the scenario as a whole you giving more amount of energy to compensate for the energy lost during cooling of molecule.

    I hope it help you. For more questions feel free to ask.

    With regards,
    urguide

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