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Karl Kortemeyer itc at i-link.net
Fri May 10 01:48:36 EST 1996


CALL FOR PAPERS

Second Annual Advanced Water Sciences Symposium
October  4,5,6, 1996
Dallas, Texas USA

This conference/symposium is hosted by the Institute for Advanced Water Sciences Research. IAWSR is a not for profit membership association dedicated to the promotion of advanced water science and the free exchange of ideas that contribute to the advancement of water science. The Institute provides a forum for members and contributing individuals to express their ideas in water related subjects in hard science, interdisciplinary studies and exploratory areas. Members also receive access to information and resources on water science.
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Papers dealing with, but not limited to, the following topics are solicited for presentation on October 5th and 6th in Dallas, Texas.

Hard Science:
       	hydrodynamics,
	water purification technology,
	electrolysis,
	bond angle relationships and energy states,
	environmental  issues,
	photo chemistry
	ionics, ORP, chemistry.
	oxidative states in water,
Interdisciplinary:
	vortex mechanics,
	magnetic resonance in water,
	radio frequency effects on water,
	energy systems utilizing water dynamics or structure,
	energization states in water,
	magnetic field effects on water dynamics and structure,
        homeopathic effects in relationship to energized water,
     	structured water,
        liquid crystal states,
        advanced techniques in ozonation,
	colloidal  chemistry
Exploratory:
	subtle energy effects in water,
        consciousness and water,
 	energization and transformation in the water molecule,
        effects of harmonic geometries on water,
       	biological effects of energized and structured water,            
        memory in water states,
   	scalar wave effects on water.    	

Please submit your final paper or 2 or 4 page extended abstract by June  30, 1996 to the contact person listed below. Questions and comments welcome.

Contact person: 	Karl Kortemeyer
               		P.O. Box 1295
                        Dallas, Texas 75355-1295
               		214/249-2001 FAX 214/340-7020
               		e-mail: itc at i-link.net  





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