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Water's Quantum Jazz, the Living State and Energy Medicine

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho

Invited lecture for Radionics Association, Kensington Unitarians’ Essex Church Hall, London, 30 October 2010

On first encountering water’s quantum jazz

I fell in love with water and became a hydrophiliac 18 years ago, soon after I saw the little fruit fly larva emerge from the egg under the polarised light microscope, rearing and swaying its head, crawling about in all the colours of the rainbow dancing before my eyes. And no one else in the world had seen that before.

I soon figured out that all the molecules in the cells and tissues of its body must be moving coherently together for the little larva to put on that psychedelic liquid crystalline display. More importantly, the cell and tissue water too, must be as an intrinsic part of the polarised liquid crystalline phase; the water is forming dynamically coherent units with the macromolecules embedded and immersed in it.

What that implied is a high degree of coherence in the organism. In the book named after the fruitfly larva [1], The Rainbow and the Worm, The Physics of Organisms, first published in 1993 and now in its 3rd enlarged 2008 edition, I presented theoretical arguments and empirical evidence to support the idea that the organism is quantum coherent; and water plays the lead role in creating and maintaining the quantum coherence of organisms [1, 2] (see Quantum Jazz Biology, SiS 47).

“Quantum jazz” is what I call the dynamic quantum coherence of organisms, which works by perfect intercommunication, and it is water’s quantum jazz through and through. I am going to review some key evidence that has emerged especially within the past several years to support the idea that water’s quantum jazz is the basis of life. And, then go on to explore what that means for energy medicine, especially homeopathy.

Conventional physics and chemistry have lots to offer in making sense of energy medicine in powerful techniques and a rigorous conceptual framework. But they need our imagination and courage to take on new ideas.

The lecture and accompanying power point presentation are available for download from our online store here.

Article first published 10/11/10


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patrons99 Comment left 11th November 2010 17:05:54
So many orders of magnitude of time, distance, and space. You don't need to be an astronomer to find evidence of God's handiwork. You really only need consider whether life could exist at all without water. How many man-made perturbations of living organisms' quantum coherence can be tolerated, before the system starts to break down?

Susan jickells Comment left 11th November 2010 08:08:49
Hey Mae I molecular dance of the universe awakes me from my slumber she knew it was the right time to stop me from going under

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