The Properties of Water and Heart Health

Water Maintains Cardiovascular Health and Function

Water plays a very important role in maintaining cardiovascular health and function. Water helps pump the blood throughout the body making the heart pump properly. Dr. Thomas Cowan, who wrote the book Human Heart, Cosmic Heart: A Doctor’s Quest to Understand, Treat, and Prevent Cardiovascular Disease gives a talk for Mercola.com regarding A New Way of Looking at Heart Disease and Novel Treatment Options where he explains how water plays an important part in helping the blood flow.

Cowan cites author Dr. Gerald Pollack’s book The Fourth Phase of Water as helping him to understand heart function and how blood flows if it isn’t being pushed or pumped by the heart.

Dr. Pollack has clearly demonstrated, the energy for the separation of charges is basically three: sunlight which charges up the tubes and increases the flow; the other one is energy that emanates from the earth called earthing which charges up the tubes and creates the separation of charges and creates more positive ions; the third one is the field effect like laying on of hands which creates more flow of the liquid inside of the body.”

Cowan claims that heart disease is a mitochondrial problem. He goes on to explain that there are only two organs in the body that get attacks; the heart (heart attack) and the brain (stroke). The network of fine blood vessels assists greatly in the flow to these 2 main organs. He questions why the other organs don’t get attacks. But he questions why some people without blocked arteries still get heart attacks. He questions what causes heart attacks? If it isn’t only blockages, then what is it? Cowan explains there could be three causes for heart attacks: first, plaque in a bad place; second, is the failure of the collateral circulation (smoking, diabetes, and stress all affect collateral circulation, not major blood vessels); acid forming from an altered metabolism in the heart.

Dr. Gerald Pollack’s TED talk at Guelph University in Ontario informs the public about The Fourth Phase of Water. He explains that the importance of water involves more than what is realized. The water molecule contains one oxygen and two hydrogens. Also, we know that there are water molecules moving around microscopically. But that’s existing knowledge. What don’t we know about water? “We don’t know how water molecules share information or interact and how water molecules interact with other molecules.”

The existing phases of water are:

  1. Solid
  2. Liquid
  3. Vapor

Pollack revisits the theory postulated a hundred years ago that there is a fourth phase of water which is in between a solid and a liquid. Sir William Hardy, the famous physical chemist, professed one hundred years ago that this fourth phase of water is more “ordered” than other kinds of water, and in fact, it had a gel-like consistency.

“People forgot about the conductivity of water molecules and began looking as in biology, at individual molecules and lost sight of the collection.” This forgotten concept led to Pollack investigating the fourth phase of water more extensively. “It’s possible that this fourth phase might actually be the missing link to help us understand the phenomenon of water that we don’t understand,” explains Pollack. He called this fourth phase of water, EZ water, which is the gel-like substance that is a stiffer structure.

Bearing this in mind, Pollack began to experiment to test out this theory. He examined the properties of water and discovered some fascinating features. Pollack’s experiments revealed the positive and negative charges of water, their interactions and behaviors.

Why is knowing about the gel-like EZ water structure useful? According to Pollack, we can get energy from water which is free energy. The result of the experiments revealed that the energy for building this comes from light, from direct and indirect sources. “You can’t separate energy from water,” explains Pollack. “Energy is a repository coming free from the environment.”

You can get energy from sunlight and water because there is a negative and positive zone. When they put two electrodes into both these zones, they got energy just like a battery. Another experiment Pollack did was to get clear drinking water out of contaminated water.

With respect to biological energy, the human cells are full macro-molecules, proteins and nucleic acids. Each cell is a nucleating site to build EZ water. Around each one of these cells is EZ water. The EZ water is negatively charged, and the region beyond it is positively charged so you, in essence, have charge separation. These separating charges are free and available to drive reactions inside the cell. “What it means really is that it’s a kind of photosynthesis that your cells are doing. The light is being absorbed, converted into charge separation just as it happens in photosynthesis and these charges are used by you,” explains Pollack.

On a larger scale, energy is coming in all the time from all over and it’s absorbed by you quite deeply and some of this energy that comes in helps to drive blood flow explains Pollack.

But what is most surprising about the experiments is the discovery of water, blood flow and micro-circulation. When red blood cells flow, they bend due to the vessels being too small. “It requires quite a bit of energy to do that,” clarifies Pollack. “The question is, does your heart really supply all of the energy that’s necessary for driving this event? What we found is a surprise.”

The next experiment was done to test this theory. They took a hollow tube made of hydrophilic material just like a straw. They put the hollow tube in the water and discovered constant unending flow. The water contained some particles so that they could detect movement when the tube was placed under a microscope. The unending flow could go on for a full day. “Light is driving this flow in a tube with no extra source of energy other than light. When you think about the human and the energy that is being absorbed in your water and in your cells, it’s possible that we may use some of this energy to drive biological processes that you have not envisioned before,” explains Pollack.

The many implications of Pollack’s experiments for science and technology are the following:

  1. Radiant Energy - The most important one is that radiant energy is absorbed by the water, giving energy to the water in terms of chemical potential.
     
  2. Biological - This may be used in a biological context in terms of blood flow but in many other contexts as well.
     
  3. Chemical - There is a chemical reaction that involves water where you have the molecule, EZ water, the positive charge, and the effect of light.
     
  4. Weather - The critical factor is the charge as seen in the weather and how condensation works in the clouds. The charge is much more important than pressure and temperature when giving us different kinds of weather.
     
  5. Health - When you’re sick, the doctor says to drink water. There is more to that advice than realized.  
     
  6. Food – Food is mostly water so even if we are not drinking, we are replenishing our water supply.
     
  7. Desalination – Desalination is possible by knowing the properties of water discussed here.
     
  8. Filtration – Filtration helps to get the bacteria out of the water to make it drinkable.
     
  9. Electricity – Getting electricity out of water is definitely possible as shown in the experiments.

Water doesn’t have three phases, but four phases, explains Pollack. “Understanding the fourth phase is the key to unlock the door to understanding the many phenomena and most of all, it is understanding the gentle beauty of nature.”


REFERENCES AND LINKS

A New Way of Looking at Heart Disease and Novel Treatment Options
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/12/18/heart-disease-treatment-options.aspx

Human Heart, Cosmic Heart
https://www.humanheartcosmicheart.com

The Fourth Phase of Water: Dr. Gerald Pollack at TEDxGuelphU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-T7tCMUDXU

What is Earthing?
https://www.earthing.com/what-is-earthing

 

 

 


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