Water.

Water.
1
7/10/2006
Water, Energy, and Life: Fresh Views From the Water’s Edge.

Dr. Gerald Pollack, UW professor of bioengineering, has developed
a theory of water that has been called revolutionary.

uwtv.org/video/player.aspx?mediaid=16213809
2.
June 30, 2008
The traditional picture of how liquid water behaves
on a molecular level is wrong,

phys.org/news134058290.html
3.
December 8, 2011,
Scientists investigate water memory

odewire.com/170441/scientists-in … emory.html
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Conclusion:
We don’t have theory of water.
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Sorry.
3.
December 8, 2011,
Scientists investigate water memory
odewire.com/170441/scientists-in … emory.html
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Conclusion:
We don’t have theory of water…
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Socratus, you’ve started a very intriguing post here. I’ve watched all the links you provided and especially the first one seems very well-based in science, and the others do not seem outrageous either. Isn’t it interesting that two hydrogen atoms binded to an oxygen atom should take on these odd properties. I wonder how many other basic chemicals have these unusual properties. Food for thought, eh?

Samm

It all sounds nice, Samm, but don’t be fooled, this is thoroughly debunked pseudoscience. Water doesn’t have the sort of “memory” that these guys claim.

Thanks socratus really been aching me to get some knowledge about water, been too lazy to search for info, only found some on youtube long ago which was in russian. ><