Structured water and science
A group of researchers from the University of Stockholm in Sweden suggests that water can appear in two different states that differ in their level of density.
The researchers X-rayed what happens to water when it gradually thaws, and discovered that the water molecules can arrange themselves in two different arrangements that exist side by side. One is relatively spacious - "low density", where the water molecules move relatively freely in space.
The second arrangement is of "high density" - the water molecules are connected by chains that limit them. To explain the strange behavior of water, in a press release the researchers claim that water is not a complicated liquid, but two different types of simple liquids, only that the relationships between these two types are complicated
Such proposals, which talk about water of different density, are relatively easy for the scientific community to accept, according to Prof. Vaykov, because those high-density structures only appear in relatively small orders of magnitude.
On the other hand, the one who has been challenging the scientific community with his models in recent years is Prof. Gerald Polk from the University of Washington in Seattle, USA, who talks about much larger arrays of ordered and viscous water, which in some situations even extend over millimeters.
In the research he conducted in his laboratory at the end of the 1990s, he demonstrated how in the vicinity of certain surfaces, a wide layer of water molecules arranged between them in an organized arrangement gradually builds up, and it seems that in this process they also push aside all the dirt that was previously dissolved in the water. A video on his website clearly illustrates this process.
Prof. Polk gave the clean layer of water the nickname Exclusion Zone or "exclusion zone" in free translation, and in short Ez Water
The water molecules arrange themselves in a complicated and orderly network of hexagons adjacent to each other, layer upon layer. When the water molecules arrange themselves in the dense network, there is no room between them for the dissolved molecules ("dirt") that are pushed aside.
Prof. Polk points to another revolutionary idea. "We discovered that water has a fourth state of aggregation, beyond solid, liquid and vapor. This state of aggregation is ordered, electrically charged and built by electromagnetic waves that reach it, i.e. light.'
At first many disdained this idea or at the very least ignored it in thunderous silence. But it seems that in recent years, more and more groups of researchers are incorporating Prof. Polk's theory into their work and explanations of the processes that take place in the depths of the cells.
Prof. Polk also discovered another surprising feature of the water layer known as EZ - it has a tendency to be charged with a negative electronic charge. Because of this, the layer of normal water next to it is charged with a positive electric charge and an electric voltage is created. And in simple words - the layer of water known as EZ is capable of being used as a kind of internal battery in our cells. When in Prof. Polk's laboratory they connected these two layers with the help of two electrodes and an electric wire that connected them, it turned out that the water functioned as a battery: the negative charges moved to the area charged with a positive electric charge, and thus produced an electric current along the way.
What is interesting about this battery is that it is charged by light.
Exposure to light, especially in infrared frequencies, expands the EZ water layer,
Prof. Polk claims, when more and more negative charges accumulate in it, these internal batteries can have a decisive effect on our health, and on our general feeling - how energetic we feel. In fact, Prof. Polk suggests that our cells are full of such batteries and with their help "we utilize the electromagnetic energy and light that are always around".
Endless rotation - Vortex
In the 90s, Prof. Emilio Del Giudice (Del Giudice, 1940-2014) from the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics reached similar conclusions to those of Prof. Polk, but from a completely different direction.
As a theoretical physicist with an in-depth knowledge of quantum mechanics, he tried to understand what happens to the water molecules at the quantum level when an electric force acts around them, that is, when they are exposed to photons - light particles.
The equations led Del Guidiche to the conclusion that such a force causes them to bind together and rotate at a coordinated rate. How actually? Think of water as a collection of molecules that are constantly moving and rotating around themselves. In a rough abstraction, when an electrical force is applied to them, they respond to it and in a similar way - they start to rotate around themselves at a uniform, coordinated rate. [
Later, when Prof. del Guidiche came across Polk's articles on the EZ water, he realized that both were actually talking about quite similar phenomena - areas of water that behave in a coordinated way, especially near certain surfaces. And far from the surface, for example in areas where the electric force can no longer have an effect, you see water molecules that behave differently, they are more free and independent.
Prof. del Guidiche's conclusions are exactly the ones that brought Prof. Wykov into the picture.
Throughout his years as a biophysicist researching how electromagnetic fields affect biological tissues, he realized that he would not be able to complete the puzzle without incorporating the effects of electromagnetic fields on the water in our cells. "I began to understand that in the Faculty of Biology we study everything, except for the most important biological substance - water," he says.
In an article he co-wrote with Prof. Del-Guidice and published in 2015 (after Del-Guidice passed away), they argued that the only way to explain many of the unusual behaviors of water is to refer also to the coordinated behaviors of the water molecules .
To explain how common EZ water is in our cells, Prof. Wykov claims that liquid water is always surrounded by some kind of shell.
"It is impossible to imagine water that does not contain any limit, even a drop of water has some limit. And not only that, water is also the best solvent we know. So that gases, salts and other molecules are dissolved in them, and each of these has its limits and EZ water appears near them.
A dynamic and ceaseless transition between two states occurs: EZ water is created and then destroyed and again created and destroyed. Life is this dynamic process of the constant transition from chaos to order and vice versa.
According to him, diseases appear when this balance is violated, and one of the two situations, the ordered EZ water, or alternatively the free and disorganized water, is excessively expressed.
What do these EZ water actually look like on a physical level ?
"A lot of eddies, some of them appear side by side, others are inside each other. In this structure of a vortex there is a lot of stability and dynamic power."
  1. Thales of Miletus, The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  2. SZENT-GYÖRGYI, BIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF WATER, Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 1971
  3. Martin Chaplin, Water Structure and Science,
  4. Schauberger, The Water Wizard, Gill Books, 1999
  5. HENNIKER, The Depth of the Surface Zone Of Liquid, Rev. Mod. Phys, 1949
  6. Szent-Gyorgyi, bioenergetics, Academic Press, 1957, p 35-37
  7. Grant, Corrupted Science: Fraud, Ideology and Politics in Science, See Sharp Press, 2018
  8. Jacques Benveniste, Encyclopaedia Britannica
  9. Davenas, Beauvais, Amara, +10, Human basophil degranulation triggered by very dilute antiserum against IgE, Nature, 1988
  10. Perakis, Amann-Winkel, Lehmkühler, Diffusive dynamics during the high-to-low density transition in amorphous ice, PNAS, 2017
  11. "Water Exists as Two Different Liquids", Stockholm University, 2017
  13. Del Giudice, Voeikov, Tedeschi, +1, The origin and the special role of coherent water in living systems, Fields of the Cell, 2015
  14. same as above
  15. Bier, Pravica, Limits on Quantum Coherent Domains in Liquid Water, Acta Physica Polonica, 2018

Back to blog