Water: basic element of any viable process with "unique personality"

Leonardo Campagnaro

Medical surgeon, founder of Istituto Palatini


It is written as H2O and it is called hydrogen monoxide, because the molecule is composed of one atom of oxygen (O) and two of hydrogen (H2), but everyone calls it water.
It is a really strange substance because the hydrogen is highly flammable and the oxygen feeds and amplifies the flame, yet water extinguishes fire. Without water there would not be life, not even for microbes, so much so that when signs of life on other planets are looked for, the first thing that is looked for is water. This compound, liquid, colourless and having a hint of blue, which refracts light, dissolves many substances, solidifies when cold, evaporates when heated and is retained, in various quantities, in all plant tissues and therefore, in all cells. In the physiology of plants, water has a unique feature because all vital reactions are only possible between dissolved substances. Multiplication of cells is only possible if there is an adequate amount of water inside the cells, which have rich cellular walls and are also rich in plasma. Water is the best natural medicine for most of so-called illnesses. To understand this, just reflect on the fact that all functions in an organism depend on the flow of water in the body. Water that is of biological good quality is the least expensive preventive medicine known. Water is essential to regulate all functions of the body and nevertheless, in order for a body to function properly, it is crucial for it to always reach, in sufficient quantities and at appropriate intervals, the entire body, especially the vital organs (brain, heart, lungs, liver, pancreas and kidneys). One gets confused confuses a case of simple dehydration with various pathologies. Many disorders that could be treated simply and quickly with water. We have learned how to hush the various signals in the body due to the scarcity of water, with drugs that are very harmful to the body's cells. Many of the illnesses diagnosed today are no more than symptoms of a dehydrated body that is simply thirsty and asking for water. Man was aware of the importance of what water is to life from the very first steps taken as a species. For this reason, he has always made sure to have it readily available. And ever since remote antiquity, he has learnt that many illnesses could be treated with water. But not only that, our ancestors also knew something that science has only recently discovered: that water can store all the information absorbed by it; such a surprising faculty that has led scientists like Peter Gross, to speak about "the water's memory " -this ability of water to store information that has allowed man to intervene in the molecular structure with all kinds of energy (sound, light, electric, etc.) and obtain the result of "treated water" for therapeutic use or as an adjuvant to treatment of various disorders. Its "disobedience", opposing the most basic laws applicable to all other liquids, is such a wonder to scholars, that one of them, the chemist and physicist Philip Ball, has written a biography about this basic element of each viable process with "unique personality". It is a voluminous piece of work titled " H2O, a biography of water". With water being reduced to a substance in the chemical formula H2O, even the way water was regarded led to a purely mechanistic approach; the discovery of the formation of clusters in water and the onset of tests regarding the transmission of information in water has shaken this impenetrable fortress of natural sciences.
In the twenty-first century we will most definitely have to part with the theory that the element of water is satisfactorily defined by the chemical formula H2O. During this century, physics will have the opportunity to approach the solution to the enigma of water. Human memory accumulates and cancels information in a rather emotive manner, depending on the significance and impression that such information bears on the person in question whereas the memory of water functions in a rational way. It takes in, with no consideration to emotions and in a precise manner, all information that can be absorbed, for better or for worse: so much easier to be compared to a tape recorder capable of absorbing physical vibration and replaying it at will without changing, weakening or losing the information originally stored.
2,500 years BC, Thales of Miletus defined water as "the principal of all that exists." The winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1912, Dr. Alexis Carrel, links water to immortality when he says: "The cell is immortal. It really is the liquid in which it floats, basically water, that which degenerates. Changing this liquid regularly will give the cells what they need to be fed and for all that we know, the impulse to continue living would last forever".

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