Water

Water is the foundation of life. It is still a mystery for science how non-living matter transformed into a living one. New properties of water have to be studied, though it seems like we know all about it already.

The question of how long information is stored by the water molecules is controversial in modern science. On the other hand, water has a number of unique properties that allow it to store and disseminate information as a result of the external physical or chemical factor of influence. In a physical sense the correct term is informationability” of water.

  • The role of deuterium in molecular evolution is most interesting question of nowdays science comprises two points mainly: the evolution of deuterium itself as well as the chemical processes going with participation of deuterium. It is believed the big bang produce the universe that was much denser and hotter than it is now and made almost entirely of two main elements - hydrogen and helium. Deuterium itself was made only at a second stage of the beginning of the universe, namely through the collision of one neutron with one proton at a temperature of about one billion degrees; furthemore the two formed deuterons in turn stuck together into helium nuclei, which contain two protons and two neutrons. It is considered, that during the formation of helium nuclei, almost all the deuterons combined to form helium nuclei, leaving a tiny remant to be detected today so that only one in 10.000 deuterons remained unpaired.

  • In this review it is reported about the research on the structure of intermolecular water cyclic associates (clusters) with general formula (Н2О)n and their charged ionic clusters [(Н2О)n]+ and [(Н2О)n]- by means of computer modeling and spectroscopy methods as 1Н-NMR, IR-spectroscopy, DNES, EXAFS-spectroscopy, X-Ray and neurons diffraction. The computer calculation of polyhedral nanoclusters (Н2О)n, where n = 3–20 are carried out. Based on this data the main structural mathematical models describing water structure (quasicrystalline, continious, fractal, fractal-clathrate) have been examined and some important physical characteristics were obtained. The average energy of hydrogen bonding (DEH…O) between Н2О molecules in the process of cluster formation was measured by the DNES method compiles –0,1067±0,0011 eV. It was also shown that water clusters formed from 2H2О were more stable, than those ones from Н2О due to isotopic effects of deuterium.

  • New achievements in the studies of water structure allow to better analyze the conditions for the emergence of life. It is difficult to presume that life has originated in chaotic water (Ignatov, Mosin, 2010). Living organisms and water (Antonov, Galabova, 1992) are complex self-organizing systems. Schrödinger clearly defines that living organisms reduce their own entropy at the expense of increasing the entropy of the environment.

  • Living organisms and man are complex self-organizing systems. They are open, because they continually exchange substances and energy with the environment. The changes in the open systems are relatively stable in time. The stable correlation between the components in an open system is called a dissipative structure (Nikolis, Prigozhin, 1973). It has been proven experimentally that water is also a self-organizing system (Antonov, Galabova, 1992). The expectations are that changes in water as a result of an external influence will be relatively stable in time. This signifies that water remembers physical or chemical influences. The question about water memory is of exceptional interest. The first research studies, related to the memory of water, were effected by Deryagin and Churaev (1971). The durability of the results in time after an activation with an alternating magnetic field and upon electrolysis through a nuclear filter were performed by Minenko (1981) and Evseev (1982). Analyses have been carried out on the changes in the spectrum of natural waters (Antonov and co-authors, 1995).

  • Mankind has always been excited about longevity. Biophysical studies indicate that the water in the human body has departed from the water at the time of origination of life (Prof. Semihina, Dr. Mosin, Dr. Ignatov). The more rapid the life processes are, the faster the states of orderliness are observed, i.e. entropy in the living organism decreases. Yet this leads to difficulties in compensating entropy with the entropy of the environment, which is associated with metabolism and energy. Such organisms, like mammals, can live up to 100 years. In trees the processes are slower, the states of orderliness are harder to obtain, and entropy decreases more slowly than in animals. There are trees that live for more than 1000 years. For example, a turtle’s life processes are slower than those of mammals and faster than those of trees. It can live up to 300 years. We can define a specific time for each living creature, and their time to a certain degree differs from the time of the environment. This time correlates with parameters of the vital activity of living organisms (Dr. Ignatov, 2011).

  • The resonance phenomenon is well studied in physics. Science has not sufficiently objectified bioresonance. It is speculative to draw conclusions from bioresonance or quantum medicine regarding bioresonance. A statistically reliable analysis of the overall status of the human body cannot be made based on a diagnosis of several parameters. For bio-resonance therapy the question is debatable and remains open. Most objectively, the explanation of bioresonance is between emissions with a frequency comparable to the frequencies of water molecules. In bioresonance therapy the electromagnetic waves are outside this spectrum and evidence is required concerning the the precise nature of interaction. According to Draper, radiation energy influences tissues when it is absorbed by them.

    Dr. Ignat Ignatov

  • In 2012 Dr. Ignat Ignatov token part in International Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of water, USA. Dr. Ignatov’s topicsare Origin of life and living matter in hot mineral water/Water inthe Human Body is Informational Bearer about Longevity. The co-autorof Dr. Ignatov is Dr. Mosin. The President is Prof. Gerald Pollack andtake part the Nobel holder Prof. Luc Montagnier, Prof. EmilioDelGiudice, Prof. Giuseppe Vitiello, Prof. Vladimir Voeykov, Dr.Beverly Rubik, Prof. Roumiana Tsenkova etc.

  • Mankind has always been excited about longevity. Biophysical studies indicate that the water in the human body has departed from the water at the time of origination of life (Semihina, Mosin, Ignatov). The more rapid the life processes are, the faster the states of orderliness are observed, i.e. entropy in the living organism decreases. Yet this leads to difficulties in compensating entropy with the entropy of the environment, which is associated with metabolism and energy. Such organisms, like mammals, can live up to 100 years. In trees the processes are slower, the states of orderliness are harder to obtain, and entropy decreases more slowly than in animals.

  • Mankind has always been excited about longevity. Biophysical studies indicate that the water in the human body has departed from the water at the time of origination of life (Semihina, Mosin, Ignatov). The more rapid the life processes are, the faster the states of orderliness are observed, i.e. entropy in the living organism decreases.

    Yet this leads to difficulties in compensating entropy with the entropy of the environment, which is associated with metabolism and energy. Such organisms, like mammals, can live up to 100 years. In trees the processes are slower, the states of orderliness are harder to obtain, and entropy decreases more slowly than in animals.

  • Deuterium (2H), the hydrogen isotope with nuclear mass 2, was discovered by Urey. In the years immediately following this discovery, there developed a keen interest in development of methods for uniform biological enrichment of a cell with 2H, that may be best achived via growing of an organism on medium with high content of heavy water(99% of deuterum), which since yet resulted in a miscellany of rather confusing data (see as an example Katz J., Crespy H. L. 1972).

    The main resolute conclusion that can be derived from the most competent and comprehensive of the early studies is that high concentrationsof heavy water are incompatible with life and reproduction and furthemore could even causing even lethal effects on a cell. However, today a many cells could be adapted to heavy water either via employing a special methods of adaptation which of them we shall describe above, or using selected (or/and resistent to heavy water) strains of bacterial and other origin.