Professor Jerry Pollock of the bioengineering department at Seattle’s University of Washington wrote a book titled: The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid and Vapour (2014).
His discoveries about water have been independently reproduced many ties. It turns out that the water molecules closest to the membrane surface form an almost crystalline alignment that has the effect of excluding any dissolved particles in the water. These exclusion zones – or EZs – have properties that are totally different from the bulk water, and whose consequences will have profound effects not only on our understanding of water, but how we use it.
Semi-crystalline EZs are able to store electromagnetically large amounts of information in their molecular structure. Intriguingly, therefore, what the new science presented by Professor Pollack and others is telling us is that Hahnemann’s method seems to optimise the storage of medicinal information within the very structure of water itself. So, even after more than 200 years, Hahnemann’s discovery of homeopathy and his contributions to medicine and pharmacology are still being uncovered.