Understanding the psychology of – water!

What are you talking about?  someone asked, “Does water behave?”  Well, how do you answer a question from a lay person that only a few water scientists can answer, and probably none of the behavioral scientists? It may be as hard as explaining computers to Moses. Let me start by saying that water that is very wet is proactive in your body more than water that is not so wet. Does that help? If it doesn’t help, let me put it in a less confusing way without getting into the complicated chemistry of water: Water is a behaving molecule that is attracted (valance) to other water molecules and functions the best in your body when it joins a group (form a cluster) – the idea is not that much different from you or me who behave best when we are with our wonderful family of 4 to 6 relatives if they act like us. Some Japanese water scientists call a small family of 4-6 water molecules, “original water,” like “original family.” Here is the bad news: Your tap water is a family too big to behave well together, made up of 10-12 water molecules, thus a gallon of tap water has less water clusters than a gallon of “original water.”  You do not experience the water as less wet but with less water surface it is less wet! Tap water is bulky and cannot flow easily into small tissue areas such as tiny cells and miniscule pathways between individual cells. Impurities in small corners in your body cannot be flushed or swept out and you get sick. That already happened to most of us. We are not as healthy throughout your life as we could have been had we drank only “original water.” We die before your time and many of us don’t ever realize it.

“Can we make tap water behave like “original water,” someone asked. “Yes, my friend,” I said, “for pennies per day, that is, if you can convince Moses that what you say is true.” People stare. They are not convinced. There are just too many claims – not to turn skeptic about them. You see, our educational system will never teach this “stuff.” It’s the top 10% that is taboo to teach that I mention in my book. Moses will argue with you to death about computers “doing all that stuff” if you brought it up in class, so what’s the point?. The moral of my story is: Don’t wait for leaders to suggest the right thing. Do it yourself!

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