Research at D&Y Laboratories resulted in the discovery of the stable water cluster. Stable water clusters are made up entirely of H20 molecules.
Note the double helix arrangement of the crystallized water molecules.
The stable water cluster is solid-state at room temperature and survives much higher temperatures without disintegrating.
It is not a ice as we know it. Stable water clusters do not return to liquid state with a rise in temperature.
Exclusion zone generates flow in tubes.
Another specialized phenomenon is produced when light acts on water inside a tube.
Exclusion zone building on the inside of the tube generates a flow of water through the tube.
This flow is generated by the release of hydrogen molecules from the exclusion zone.
Microspheres flowing through gel tube
The exclusion zone generates a flow through tube structures.
This basic finding affects many biological processes. Veins, arteries, and especially capillary veins near skin surfaces might make use of this natural process.
Direct light accelerates the flow of water through gel.
Shining a light on a gel tube submerged in a dish of water accelerates the flow of water within the tube by five times.
This is additional evidence that light is the energy used to “charge water.”
This is probably a basic part of the function of photosynthesis in biological organisms.
Why is all this information important?
It is fundamental to all science and medicine involving water, molecules, and light.
* Image Credit: Gerald H. Pollack, PhD -Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington