Properties of Coherent Water

Properties of Coherent Water

V.G. Krasnobryzhev a), M.V. Kurik b)

a)Sci.-Industr. Center “Priroda”. E-mail:vkentron@gmail.com

b)Institute of Physics of the NAS of Ukraine; Ukrainian Institute of Human Ecology,

Kiev, E-mail:kurik@iop.kiev.ua

 

We present the results of measurements of a number of physical characteristics

of packed (bottled) drinking waters transferred in the coherent state.

We show that it is possible to obtain two sorts of coherent water with the left (L)

and right (R) mainly spin polarizations with the help of the developed technology.

These waters possess different physical characteristics and render, respectively,

different influences on alive organisms.

 

Urgency of the problem

 

The phenomenon of coherence is widely applied to the description of physical states of matter, which are joined by such common features as the ordering and the coordination in a behavior of the great amount of elements of a substance. Superconductivity, superfluidity, laser beams, and other phenomena arise due to the coherence on macroscopic scales.

At the present time, the urgency of the problem concerning the creation of a coherent substance becomes so high that it is called the fifth state of matter. This is related to the fact that the macroscopic coherence causes the appearance of completely new physical properties of a substance, which allow one to use it in various forms and on “industrial scales”.

A distinctive property of the coherent substance is the not proportional response to an external action. For example, water starts to generate radiowaves under the action of a low-intensity laser radiation with a wavelength of 0.63 µm [1]. In this case, this wavelength is resonant with respect to water. The studies showed [2] that, under the action of an electromagnetic field 3 µW/m2 in power on coherent water at the resonance frequency, the internal energy of such water increases by the value corresponding to the internal energy of water in the equilibrium state under the action of an electromagnetic field 100 µW/m2 in power.

One of the authors proposed [3, 4] a means that allows one to transfer up to 500,000 tons of matter represented by coal in the coherent state. In this case, the activation energy of coal decreases by 57% [5]. In addition, a technology of transfer of metals in the coherent state, in which the energy consumption at their annealing is lower by 36-40%, was developed.

A significant peculiarity of the above-mentioned means to create a macroscopic coherence is the possibility for the distant interaction (teleportation) between the remote singlet pairs and, in such a way, the transfer of spin states from one material object to another one [5]. In this case, the distance between such pairs can be indeterminately large.

The interest in coherent properties of water is caused by the perspective to use such water in prophylactic and therapeutic purposes, since at least a half of molecules of the alive matter consists of molecules of water. At such huge number of molecules, water plays the defining role in biochemistry, biophysics, and the functioning of the alive matter itself. We can support the opinion of Prof. Del Giudice [6-9] that the role of water in organisms is crucial.

The studies in vitro and in vivo showed [10] that coherent water causes no aberrations (failures) of chromosomes; is not toxic; activates the production of interferon for 72 h up to 360 un. act./ml, whereas the cells in control group produced interferon in the amount of at most 128 un. act./ml and died in 24 h; increases reliably the efficiency of the inhibition of the vesicular stomatitis virus; improved the protective functions of the immune system relative to herpes infection; activates the inhibition of HIV/AIDS, which increases the amount of lymphocytes CD4+ in blood of patients and eliminates opportunist diseases;.

A particular role of water is also revealed in the quantum physics of alive matter. On the basis of quantum electrodynamics, it was first proved [11] that liquid water is a coalition or the totality of coherent domains. The size of each coherent domain corresponds to the wavelength of the quantum transition from the ground state to an excited one.

The results of calculations of the authors [6-9] testify that the difference in the energies of the ground state and the first excited one of a coherent domain of water is equal to 12.06 eV, which corresponds to the wavelength of photons of soft X-ray radiation (at room temperature, the size of a coherent domain of water is about 0.1 µm). In normal water, the separate coherent domains are independent of one another. Each coherent domain possesses a field extending outside the domain, and the fields of different domains overlap, by “gluing” them. Therefore, the domains form a conglomerate but do not form the common coherence with one another. This situation is characteristic of “normal” distilled water.

The basic peculiarity of water consists in that the excited-state energy of a coherent domain is very close to the ionization energy of a molecule of water: 12.06 eV and 12.60 eV, respectively. If a domain is in the ground state (the lowest energy), all electrons are tightly bound, so that water will be ionized, if it will receive the energy pulse of at least 12.60 eV, which corresponds to soft X-ray radiation. In the excited state, many electrons are almost free, and a low energy is required in order that the electrons become completely free. The molecules of water in the noncoherent state cannot be reducers or donors of electrons, whereas а coherent water is a good reducer.

Noncoherent water retains the electrons sufficiently firmly and can be considered as a weak oxidizer, and a molecule of water can be transformed in ion Н2О. In the coherent state, water donates electrons easily, and ions Н2О+ are formed.

In view of the above consideration, the studies of properties of coherent water seem to be urgent, because the data presented are not complete.

The investigations are carried out with the help of the developed system of quantum teleportation described in [4, 12], which allows one to create the coherent state of natural packed water at a distance of several kilometres. We measured its main physical characteristics and discovered its unusual properties as compared with those of ordinary noncoherent water. The results concerning some properties of coherent water are the subject of the present work.

 

Experimental procedure

 

The transformation of ordinary drinking water into coherent water consists in the following. A special chip [4], which is an element of the singlet pair with translational symmetry, was attached to the outer side of a glass vessel filled with natural packed drinking water. We chose the volume of water for studies to be 50 ml, though its value can be different. At the beginning, we activated water by an L-chip (left polarization of spins). Then another chip of the R-type was attached to the second vessel filled with the same packed water. Both vessels with water were positioned at a definite distance from each other (about 0.5 m).

After the pouring of initial water in the vessels, we measured the physical properties of water and observed the dynamics of the chip-induced appearance of the coherent state of water. All measurements were performed relative to the initial control packed water.

In studies, we used various packed drinking waters such as “Prozora”, “Goryanka”, and drinking additionally purified water of the Alpine type. Hence, the main difference between those waters consisted in different contents of controlled admixtures determining the specific features of their structures.

The measurement of physical characteristics consisted in the measurement of the acid-alkali equilibrium (рН), specific conductivity (σ), redox potential (RP), concentration of dissolved admixtures or the salinity of water (TDS in mg/l), optical absorption spectra, and dielectric permittivity. All measurements were carried out at room temperature.

In studies, we used the following devices:

  1. The acid-alkali equilibrium was measured with the help of two devices: a рН–meter ОР-261-1, of the “Radelkis” firm (Hungary) and a high-frequency device рН-009 (M), of the “Kelilong Instruments” firm (China). The accuracy of measurements of рН was equal to ± 0.02.
  2. Specific conductivity was measured in μSm with a device СОМ-100, ЕС/TDS/temp COMBOMETR, the “Digital. Inc.” firm (USA). The accuracy was ±10%.
  3. Redox potential was measured with a device ORP-169 of the “Kelilong Instruments” firm (China). The accuracy of measurements was equal to ±20%.
  4. The total level of mineralization (content of salts) was measured in mg/l with a device СОМ-100, the “Digital. Inc.” firm (USA). The accuracy was ±10%.
  5. Absorption spectra were measured with the help of a two-beam spectrometer.

The structure ordering of water was determined by the crystal-optical method, by studying a structure of the solid phase (the phase transition: water, solution – solid phase) with a universal optical microscope NU-2E, Zeiss, Germany.

Results of measurements

 

As is seen from Fig. 1A, the absorption spectra of coherent water with L- and R-polarizations are different significantly from each other and from those of water в the equilibrium state. These parts of the absorption spectrum of water represent the long-wave “tail” of the electron absorption of water, whose absorption band maximum is located in the region of vacuum ultraviolet light near 7 eV [13]. In the indicated spectral region, the absorption is formed by optical transitions with the participation of vibrations of a lattice (of water molecules), as well as by admixtures present in water under study. In this case, the shape of the electron absorption spectrum measured as the dependence of the coefficient of absorption on the wavelength of light (the photon energy) is described by the exponential function at a given temperature. In other words, the absorption spectrum shape obeys the Urbach rule [14].

The analytic processing of the results of measurements of the shapes of the absorption spectra of R- (curve 2) and L-water (curve 3) confirmed that, on a small part of the spectrum (200-240 nm), the absorption spectrum shape is described by the exponential function of the photon energy.

Analytically, these data are described by the function Y=A+BX, where where А=7.00 and В=-0.03 for the L-polarization and А=3.49 and В=-0.03 for the R-polarization.

Since А and В determine the steepness of absorption curves in the given coordinates, this means that the steepnesses of the absorption spectra on the given part differ by a factor of 2 for the L- and R-polarizations, which indicates the differences in structures and in degrees of coherence.

In Figs. 1В and 1С, we present the data of measurements of the temporal variations of the parameters of water “Goryanka” in the equilibrium and coherent states: рН of water and σ для L- and R- polarizations, by starting from the time moment of the attachment of a chip to the vessel with water. In both cases, the vessels with water were open.

At the same time, we observe a monotonic growth in рН and conductivity σ for both L- and R- polarizations of coherent water. This testifies to the dynamic variation and the ordering of the cluster structure of water at the continuous “holding” of the coherence of water with the help of a chip. For water in the equilibrium state, the values of рН and σ were practically constant during the experiment.

The dependences analogous to those shown in Fig. 1 are observed for all types of waters under study, which is a characteristic peculiarity of the influence of the coherence on a structure and properties of the waters.

 

In Fig. 2А, we show the trends of the relative variation of the differential resistance of samples of control water as compared with the R- and L-polarized coherent water (R0/RR,L). As is seen, the wide dispersion band in the region 2.5 — 10 Hz is observed for coherent water. The measured decrease in the differential resistance is analogous to that in negatronic systems.

It is worth also noting the closeness of this effect to Schumann’s resonances and to alpha-rhythms of a human brain.

Fig. 2. Electrophysical properties of coherent water:

А – relative differential resistance of water R0/RR,L vs the frequency, where R0 – resistance

of water in the equilibrium state, RR, RL –resistance of water in R- and L-polarized states;

В – relative variation of the capacity of water vs the frequency, where СR , CL – capacity of

water in R and L-polarized states, С0 – capacity of water in the equilibrium state.

 

In Fig. 2В, we present the trends of the relative variation of the capacity of samples of control water relative to those of R- and L-polarized coherent water (СR,L0). As is seen, coherent water possesses a wide dispersion band in the region about 100 Hz. Analogously to the properties of negatronic systems, we observe an increase of the capacity of water.

 

The described dependences are revealed by all types of the waters under study, which is a characteristic peculiarity of the influence of the coherence on the structure and the properties of water. For example, the L-polarized structure is more ordered as compared not only with the initial structure, but also with the R-polarized structure.

The above-presented peculiarities of the physical properties of L- and R-polarized coherent water are the reason for various manifestations of the action on alive structures, including men and women [10]. In this case, we note that the biological activity of L-coherent water must be more intense as compared with R-water. This is connected with the fact that L-water is complementary to protein structures of organisms possessing the L-spatial configuration.

 

Conclusions

 

For the first time, we have experimentally confirmed the fact of the production of coherent drinking water with the help of the Universal system of quantum teleportation and have shown that the coherent state of water can be held with the help of a special chip.

Coherent properties are determined by peculiarities of the structure of water, which is undergone to the coherentization.

The application of the basically new Universal system of quantum teleportation opens new possibilities in studies of the physics of macroscopic entangled states and, what is of fundamental importance, allows one to use the quantum and classical physical methods in parallel for the investigation of the phenomenon of teleportation.

By concluding, the authors thank A.V. Koval’chuk and A.P. Boiko for their help in a number of experiments.

 

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