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19 September 2008

Can water remember?

A blockbuster documentary centred on the theme of water memory, and a controversial theory that water responds to our thoughts, has just been released in South Africa.

The much-anticipated documentary Water – The Great Mystery, from the creators of What the Bleep Do We Know?, has just been released in South Africa.

Hidden Messages of Water, who believes water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

Water – The Great Mystery
Scientists worldwide agree: water is unique and without it life on Earth simply wouldn't be possible.

Water – The Great Mystery.

What's your opinion?
We're amazed. If some of these theories are even just partly true, it certainly turns our understanding of the physics of water on its head.

Nature in 1988. His research seemed to show that water that had been in contact with an allergenic substance retained a memory of this substance even after it was diluted several times (so much so that nothing but pure water was left).

Nature, conducted the investigation himself and, according to the BBC, later stated that Benveniste's assistants were being subconsciously selective in the way they interpreted the data.

Water documentary. In the meantime, we'd like to hear from you: post your comments below and let us know what you think!


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