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Memory of water

Presented to
Prof. Mazna Toosi
University of Central Punjab

Prepared by
Muhammad Talha
Shamal Khan
Adeel Gujjar
Usama Asghar
Saqib Abdullah

19 January, 2016
Memorandum
Date: January 19, 2016
To: Prof. Mazna Toosi, University of Central Punjab
From: Muhammad Talha, Shamal Khan, Adeel Gujjar, Usama Asghar, Saqib Abdullah
Subject: Memory of Water

Dear Miss ,
Here is the report you requested on January 16, 2016. This report is about the memory
of water. This report gives recommendations for increasing awareness about water
memory. It incorporates research. The research focused on a survey of members of the
University of Central Punjab.
Most of people don’t know the water memory. Although the information gathered
shows that with more effort we should be able to increase awareness and achieve our
goal of setting an excellent example for both students and the local community.
Recommendations for increasing campus awareness about the water memory include
educating potential users about the water memory on campus.
We are grateful to our computer science class for helping us develop a questionnaire,
for test and for distributing it to the campus community. Their enthusiasm and support
contributed greatly to the success of this OAS research project.
Thank you for giving the opportunity to work on this report.
Table of Contents

1. Introduction…….…………………………………………………………………1
1.1. Definition…….…………………………………………………………...…..1
1.2. How water memorize.…………………………………………………….......1
1.3. Introducer and claimers.…………………………………………………...….1
2. Researches…..…………….………………………………………………...…….2
2.1. Effect of place………….………………………………………………...…...2
2.1. Different conditioned water……………………………………………….….2
2.3. Effect of music ……………………………………………………………....2
2.4. Effect of voice ………………………………………………………………..2
2.5. Effect of action …………………………………………………………….....2
2.5. Effect of DNA …………………………………………………………….....2
3. Applications ………………………………………………………….....................3
3.1. Future scope ………………………………………………………………......3
4. Conclusions………………………………………………………………….……..4
5. References…………………………………………………………………….……5
6. Appendix……………………………………………………………………….…..6
Summary

Water has the ability to memorize a substance, previously dissolved in it, by


changing its molecular configuration.
This phenomenon was introduced by Jacques Benveniste and researched by
Masaru Emoto.
Water can memorize structures that contain greater complexity and
information.
Water is a most important thing in the homeopathic field. It uses in the
preparation of many medicines, particularly it uses in the process of
distillation.
Water can generate electromagnetic waves when a DNA highly in it and
using these electromagnetic waves we can send the information, memorized in
water, to another sample of water through the email.
Introduction

1.1. Definition
Water memory is the proposed ability of water to retain a memory of
substances previously dissolved in it even after a series dilution.

1.2. How water memorize


Molecules of water encode the chemical properties in their structure, of
what was diluted in them, by changing their configuration.

Note: Dilution is the process of reducing the concentration of a solute


in solution, usually simply by adding more solvent.
1.3. Introducer and claimers
This phenomenon of water first introduced by
a French homeopath ‘Jacques Benveniste’ in
1988.
This phenomenon was claimed by many
other homeopaths. Madeleine Ennis,
Brian Josephson and Luc Montagnier are
Some from them.
Jacques Benveniste
1.4. Researches
A great research done on memory of water by a Japanese
author and international researcher ‘Masaru Emoto’ in
1992.
He wrote a book about this topic “The Hidden Message in
Water”.
Masaru Emoto
He adopted many different processes to show that water
has memory.
He took some samples of water from different places,
slowly froze them, then photographed them with a dark
field microscope.

Japan France New York


He took some samples of different conditioned water,
slowly froze them, then photographed them with a dark
field microscope.

Clean water Polluted water


Distilled water would be placed in a bottle between two
speakers and specific music would be played for one hour.
The water was then frozen and photos taken.

Kawachi Folk Music for Heavy Metal


Dance Healing Music

G String
He exposed the water various words, slowly froze the
water, then photographed it with a dark field microscope.

‘Thank you’ ‘You make me sick, ‘Love and


I will kill you’ appreciation’
Water, after a prayer is Sick and polluted water
offered
Recently Luc Magier published a series of experiments in
which he claimed that DNA(highly diluted in water) is able
to generate the electromagnetic waves.
He claimed that water could not only have a memory, but
that this memory could be digitized, transmitted via an email
and reintroduced into another sample of water, due to
electromagnetic waves. Luc Magier
Applications

This ability of water is very useful in Chemistry,


Biology and Physics and particularly in homeopathic
field. In homeopathic, particularly it uses in the process
of dilution.
As water generates the electromagnetic waves so, it can
repel the electromagnetic waves with similar polarity.
So, water protects us from harm electromagnetic waves
from other planets and stars by pushing them back.
Future scope

Water can be used to build structures that contain greater


complexity and information.
Water can be used to transmit information through an email using
electromagnetic waves.
As water memorizes the information so, it can be used as a
defending weapon by military for their country. We can store a
secret information safely instead of having a fear of leaking it for
this purpose.
Conclusion

Based on the introduction, researches and applications of Memory of


Water we draw the following conclusions:
Water has a different behavior as compare to other liquids.
It possess the memory to remember the objects previously dissolved in
it. It stores each and every thing in its memory.
In Homeopathic field it is like a back bone. Probably it is used in the
preparation of each medicine.
In future it can be used for many useful purposes. It can be used for
storing the complex information and as a transporter of them.
Water from different places has different properties, so the temperature
and its viscosity may effects on its memory.
It can be used for the security purposes by a military.
References

1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_memory

2. http://www.masaru-emoto.net/english/water-crystal.html

3. http://www.unitedearth.com.au/watercrystals.html

4. http://www.i-sis.org.uk/DNA_sequence_reconstituted_from_Water_Memory.php5. 5.

5. http://homeopathyplus.com.au/french-nobel-prize-winner-supports-memory-of-water/
It is intended that this questionnaire will be used as the basis of a report on Memory of
water.

Appendix: A

Please answer the following questions to the best of your knowledge.


Personal Information:

Name: ………..........................
Qualification: .………………..
Institute: ………………...........
Age: ..………………………....

Q.1) Do you know that water has memory.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

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Q.2) Memory of water is a reality.
A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.3) Temperature effects the memory of water.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.4) Music, noise or a picture effects the memory of water.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

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Q.5) Solute effects the memory of water.
A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.6) Distillation of water is a cleaning of its memory.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.7) Does water has a power of thought.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

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Q.8) Waves are created due to memory of water.
A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.9) Ice is an evidence of water memory.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.10) Memory of water effects its molecular configuration.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

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Q.11) Memory of water effects its molecular configuration.
A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.12) Memory of water is similar to human’s memory.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.13) Water has unlimited memory.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

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Q.14) Water heals without memorizing an impurity.
A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.15) Water gives us any message.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

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Q.16) If water has memory then is it alive.
A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

Q.17) Memory of water depends on its viscosity.


A) Strongly Agree
B) Agree
C) Neutral
D) Disagree
E) Strongly Disagree

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We distributed questionnaire among the members of UCP. We
concluded that 80% of people don’t have any idea about the fact that
Water has memory. However some people related to science agreed
with this fact.

THE END