Dr. Emoto's Study of Water

Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by inbloom, Aug 18, 2005.

  1. inbloom

    inbloom as the crow flies...

    Has anybody seen this, yet? He's claiming that thoughts, ideas, music, etc. affect the material world. His studies are pretty interesting, I think.

    check it out, here: http://www.wellnessgoods.com/messages.asp
  2. Soulless||Chaos

    Soulless||Chaos SelfInducedExistence

    Of course thoughts and such affect the physical. :D Anyway I'll check that out, sounds intriguing. :D
  3. jim_w

    jim_w Member

    Riiiight... I don't think this belongs in this forum; try 'psychic' or some such. This isn't science! ;)
  4. fat_tony

    fat_tony Member

    This isnt really science. Though the abuse of scientific terminology and lack of understanding of the definitions of many of the words does provide some entertainment value. Maybe water does have some mystical properties but I know those words but theres no way to make them fit the sentence. How about the humour section?
  5. inbloom

    inbloom as the crow flies...

    Sorry, I thought maybe someone was looking to expand themselves, just a little bit...

    This isn't technically science, yet, but the studies he did are scientific. Some very interesting things came up when conducting different tests on frozen water droplets, and if you even took the time to read the article, you would have seen that.

    His studies, I do believe, haven't been scientifically accepted, yet. But remember something, everything in the world of science starts out as a theory...
  6. fat_tony

    fat_tony Member

    As far as I can work out hes frozen water under varying conditions. Firstly phrases such as ' human vibrational energy' set the alarm bells ringing because it sounds like someone has stuck a pin in a physics dictionary and decided to use that word regardless of its definition. It even states in the report that ice formation is a highy chaotic process and on a macroscopic scale the same structure rarely if ever forms the same (as seen by these pretty snowflake pics).

    It is true that physicists often becomes close minded to very successful theories and dont like them to be challenged. The work of Einstein and DeBroglie was almost missed. However I see no results here that cannot be explained anyway, this random nature of the freezing of water is nothing new. I dont see why playing Beethoven should suddenly be a more important factor than anything other.
  7. shaggie

    shaggie Senior Member

  8. fat_tony

    fat_tony Member

    Thats Homeopathy in essence and it does appear that there is something interesting going on there. Its also called the memory of water, I believe that work is continuing to find out if its a standard relationship of a solute and a solvent or specific to water. Although its doubtful whether it'll be medically useful as the effects are reduced however if it could be pinned down maybe it would be good for people with minor conditions or addicts could use it to come down slowly.
  9. fat_tony

    fat_tony Member

    Ooooh I should point that that this isnt accepted yet and pharmacologists working on it are still taking fire. As for the underlying physics Im not sure anyone has had a serious look yet, but still there is some respactable work beginning to emerge.

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