Hear radar waves

D.H. Kelly dkelly at nanaimo.ark.combull
Thu Nov 5 16:41:22 EST 1998


>Here's a good example of the concept of biologically strucured water at
>http://www.u.arizona.edu/~hameroff/water2.html
>The paper is entitled:

>Cytoplasmic Gel States and Ordered Water: Possible Roles in Biological
>Quantum
>Coherence

>Steve D.
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This really isnt structured water, per se, -that is H2O. It is due to other
factors as per quote from the paper cited above.
".....disordered liquid (solution: "sol") and ordered solid (gelatinous:
"gel") determined by polymerization of the actin cytoskeleton...."

The only "structured water", independent of additives is, as far as I know,
crystalline ice (not the stuff in the ice cube tray).


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Don Kelly
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