International Water Research Meeting
A gathering of experimental scientists, physicists and mathematicians discuss their research
On the first weekend of February this year there was an international water research meeting at Emerson College, a gathering of experimental scientists, physicists and mathematicians from Europe and America to discuss their research and theoretical developments concerning energetic information as light frequencies in water, whether and how this can be influenced and measured in various ways.
This important meeting, at the frontiers of what is no longer simply materialistic science, is seen as the start of a series of water research associates’ meetings to be held over the next few years with the aim to further understand, and indeed, help the profound life supporting role that water plays throughout nature.
The researchers came to Emerson after discussions at Prof Jerry Pollack’s 2015 Water Conference in Bulgaria, on the invitation of the Foundation for Water (FFW), the water research centre long established by John Wilkes on Emerson’s campus which gave scientific presentations at both meetings. FFW has long held that various life forces can be influenced through rhythm and dynamic flow and in recent years its ongoing research has been funded by Software AG Stiftung to investigate if there are methods to quantitatively measure such energies. Bearing in mind that conventional science states that only temperature as energy in water can be influenced, and that life as a type of light frequency information in water doesn’t exist, this is concept-changing work, moving past the conservative boundaries of natural science. It has ramifications for agriculture, medicine and the ongoing way we will have to manage life on Earth.
In short, one way of looking at this is to apply the theory of quantum electrodynamics supported by mathematical analysis of light influenced, experimental data, which gives rise to the notion that a coherent, high form of energy arrives in our world of localised time-space from a non-local source beyond time-space, the quantum field. Experiments have shown that the more coherent water is, the closer its connection to non-local influences and the more helpful it is to natural wellbeing, and the more resilient it is from being affected by negative local influences. Clearly a short paragraph like this gives rise to more questions than answers, but that is anyway the present character of this stage of research. Enough to say there are experimental quantitative methods of value and theories of meaning that are becoming useful in the quest to prove in Western scientific terms that informational energy does exist in water.
Many of us know it from common sense, or personal experience, but that type of knowing will not influence the decision makers and managers of our water, for they are the ones who need showing that energetic water quality is as important as chemical and organic qualities in the water we are all using.
Thank you to Ian Trousdell (Chief Development Officer - Flowform International Corporation) for this update.