Learning from naturePosted by Ann Algie Sat, January 23, 2016 12:53:59
I find this fascinating. A few years ago I read a book by Mr Emoto about the different types of crystals formed by freezing water from different locations. He took pictures of the crystals formed by clean river water, lakes and polluted water and found they formed very different shapes. The polluted water crystals looked distorted compared to the clean river water. He then discovered that the water formed different shaped crystals according to the music or words that were played 'to it'. See what you think?
If it really is the case that water forms different crystals according to the environment/sounds surrounding it then this may have big implications for the things we surround ourselves with - and the things we tell ourselves - since we contain around 70% water in our own bodies.
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