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1 with David Yarrow Missouri Organic Farm Conference February 6, University Plaza Hotel, Springfield, MO

2 Energy, Order & Structure in Motion superwaves special workshop with

3 investigates water Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion Nobel Laureate, Discoverer of Vitamin C Energy, Order & Structure in Motion

4 Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion trace elements in liquid crystal, homeopathic solution how mineral becomes biology lost legacies of Dr. George Earp-Thomas

5 WATER H2O N ITROGEN M AJOR Hydrogen45% Oxygen30% H O Carbon15% CO 2 C + = Nitrogen5% + N = chemical composition of organisms C ARBON active cells are % water, but even resting cells, such as spores & seeds, are % water Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion

6 ZAP! e−e− e−e− H+H+ H+H+ proton electron + − + − charge separation − − − − − − − − − a mystery of water & energy Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion

7 H H O water molecule : an atom with an electric charge Cation is made when an atom gives up an electron Cation and thus has a positive (+) charge Anion is made when an atom gains an electron Anion and thus has a negative (−) charge Each element has a different attraction for electrons Hydrogen has weak attraction for electrons Oxygen has strong attraction for electrons In a water molecule, Hydrogen yields its only electron Oxygen easily attracts two electrons The result is electrons orbit the Oxygen more than the Hydrogens because it has no net electric charge: protons + = − electrons = balance However, a water molecule has a polarized electric field: Hydrogen = slight positive (+) charge Oxygen = mild negative (−) charge Thus, a water molecule is an electric dipole: two Hydrogens are + poles Oxygen is a single − pole Cations (+) Anions (−) The Water Dipole electric charge: positive & negative The Water Tripole Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion e−e− e−e− electron Sodium - Potassium : Calcium - Magnesium most Trace Elements Phosphorus, Sulfur, Chlorine Nitrogen, Boron, Iodine

8 hydrogen bond A water molecule has a polarized electric field ( + & − ), that attracts ions & other polarized molecules including other water molecules. with opposite electric charge, Opposite electric charges on adjacent water molecules Cations (+) Anions (−) Hydrogen “Bond” create a slight force of attraction: The electric attraction between adjacent water molecules is called a “hydrogen bond” − but this is not a true bond. Only a weak, static electric attraction between two atoms. No electrons are exchanged, as in covalent or ionic bonds. water molecule H H O H H O + Na +K+K ++ Ca ++ Mg P−=P−= S=S= Cl − N−N− Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion Sodium - Potassium : Calcium - Magnesium most Trace Elements Phosphorus, Sulfur, Chlorine Nitrogen, Boron, Iodine

9 hydrogenbond H H O H H O water molecule Hydrogen “bonds” give water special properties: They make water “wet” by sticking to itself. This slight attraction makes water a strong solvent. This very subtle electric force gives water structure. This tiny energy makes water “coherent” to form a drop, a cell or a body. Hydrogen “bonds” hold molecules close together, so water has: higher melting point very high boiling point higher viscosity compared to similar liquids without hydrogen “bonds.” Hydrogen “bonds” allows water to form larger structures Hydrogen bonds mean water isn’t random or chaotic, but very orderly, able to form a body and hold a shape. Water structures are short-lived, temporary, constantly changing. Structure represents stored energy & remembered information. Cations (+) Anions (−) Hydrogen “Bond” Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion Sodium - Potassium : Calcium - Magnesium most Trace Elements Phosphorus, Sulfur, Chlorine Nitrogen, Boron, Iodine

10 D e-oxyribo N ucleic A cid Nature uses this very subtle force to build biology’s most complex molecules, to form the structure of proteins & nucleic acids, to guide the shape of natural & synthetic polymers. This very slight attraction is the central feature in biology’s most complex molecules: Nucleic acids are pairs of Amino Acids on opposite sides of DNA’s twin spiral helix. Hydrogen “bonds” between these Amino Acids hold this complex molecule together, allow it to be unzipped to be replicated, or duplicated into Messenger RNA with instructions to make a specific protein. Cations (+) Anions (−) Liquid Crystal Water : Energy, Order & Structure in Motion Hydrogen “Bond” Water is very simple, yet gives rise to great complexities – to life itself in myriad forms, processes & organisms Sodium - Potassium : Calcium - Magnesium most Trace Elements Phosphorus, Sulfur, Chlorine Nitrogen, Boron, Iodine


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