Science is strange: Power of Water

Last vid got deleted. Here’s a new one, has some of the same content.

My immediate instinct is to reject that as being too crazy to be true, but then I have to remember all the many things humanity rejected as untrue in science merely because they failed to explain it. It is scintillating though to consider new horizons of research, knowledge, and development. Stuff like the Gaia Theory. A notable alternative to the environmentalist belief that humanity is the pollution on Earth, perhaps we are merely the products of a greater intelligence and entity, one that wishes us to carry its seeds to other planets.

https://ymarsakar.wordpress.com/2015/06/24/science-progresses-when-a-person-breaks-the-limits-of-society/

This is often why I said in the past that current orthodox scientists with their mantle of awards and their authority of being experts know “nothing”.

If our “creator”, water, is some higher order god… well who knows what’ll happen to the human perspective. It will also affect chi gong and various other martial art or healing practices, since water is in our body and our body/bones produce an EM field. What does that do when combined? The soul?

So, time for me to connect the dots. Let’s match this up with something else I’ve been researching, ancient Sumerian gods.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enki

Such as the god of water and life. Coincidence?

Then God said, "Let there be an expanse in the midst of the waters, and let it separate the waters from the waters." 7God made the expanse, and separated the waters which were below the expanse from the waters which were above the expanse; and it was so.-Genesis Firmament

That never did make much sense when I read it. Water of waters, was that a divine revelation talking about the primordial soup that nobody understood at the time? Where would they even get this divine revelation, to turn water into wine? Why is touching water going to turn it into wine? Why would a dead sea split apart for Moses?

Previously the orthodox and common sense explanation for all these myths about water is that water is necessary for life. But something else happens if water=life, then something is different. Fuel is necessary to run an internal combustion engine, most people know about that or have used it to great effect. However, if it came about that the fuel and the engine exchange information and change each other, before they are used up in the engine… something different results. The chemical equation for combustion is well know. But if the results do not match the inputs… well, we have a problem equal to the Higgs Boson theories or the fact that when an atom splits apart there are unaccounted for energies that are not part of the law of conservation. Quantum mechanics is pretty “spooky” on its own, but now we’re dealing with an entity or material that is far more common than sub particles in the human list of priorities.

Notable other examples of anomalies in the universe that current day limited scientists and scientific models fail to explain would be the reactioness drive . Previously in human history, scientists were unable to explain electro magnetic fields or electricity in general, and they also failed to appreciate what radioactivity was from certain ores before the researchers started dying from radiation poisoning.

So, there is no such thing as “scientific consensus”. Only a fake or non scientist would think in such ways about this universe.

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7 Comments on “Science is strange: Power of Water”

  1. JB Says:

    Interesting. I’ll have to look at this a little more in depth when I get a moment.

  2. ymarsakar Says:

    I looked up this “Grander water” they spoke of in the European translations.

    http://www.granderwater.com/

    Seems to be like a niche, international, company. Then again, there’s a lot of niche self defense training schools as well, and some even have quality. It’s the results, generally, that surprise me. Personal experimentation time. Battle proofed weapons are worth their weight in gold. New Age weapons that shatter on first use, isn’t so useful or valuable.

  3. ymarsakar Says:

    http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/water_anomalies.html

    The 80 anomalies once referred to in the video.

  4. ymarsakar Says:

    Good old Demoncrats, they think they will be forgiven for cashing out from abortion and live births, if they drink from holy water…

  5. G6loq Says:

    The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid, and Vapor
    http://tinyurl.com/jb9a4mx


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