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Liquid Crystalline Superconducting Meridians

New evidence indicates that hydrogen is quantum delocalized between neighbouring water molecules, predisposing water to proton conduction, especially in confined nanospaces; water nanotubes aligned by collagen fibres fulfil all the criteria for proton superconduction, making them excellent candidates for the meridians of traditional Chinese medicine, as first proposed 15 years ago

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho Invited lecture at 2nd International Symposium on Physical, Chemical, and Biological Properties of Stable Water Clusters on ‘Water and Health’, 31 January – 1 February, Caltech, Pasadena, organized by Dr Shui-Yin Lo

Both Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Dr. Shui-Yin Lo will be talking at the World Water day conference on 22nd March 2013; part of I-SIS' Colours of Water festival.

Excerpt from Lecture:

“If our hypothesis is right, acupuncture, and all forms of subtle energy medicine, including homeopathy and other traditional healing practices may have their mechanism of action mediated via quantum coherent liquid crystalline water.

"I should mention that our hypothesis is fully consistent with Shui-Yin Lo’s proposal [50] that stable clustered water forms the meridian system, which was arrived at independently through a different line of enquiry. And the clinical results reported by many other contributions at this conference have been most encouraging and amazing."

"Contemporary western science may be just the universal Rosetta stone to unify and translate between the great medical traditions of the world, and bring real health and well-being to all nations."

Available for download as a fully illustrated and referenced lecture and the lecture with presentation in the I-SIS online store

Article first published 06/02/13



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