The structure of snowflakes

The Hidden Messages in Water by Dr. Masaru Emoto, scientific researcher, healer, and popular lecturer.
Masaru Emoto: Miraculous Messages from Water contains some beautiful photos of these snowflakes.
For the engineers in the audience, perhaps you remember the discovery in the 1980’s of the Josephson Junction. The Josephson Junction is a silicon device that is so sensitive to electromagnetic waves that it can detect the small EM waves emanating from a person’s brain. In fact, it has been tested in mice as a brain-machine interface.
I submit that water crystals may be a natural manifestation of the Josephson Effect.

2 Responses to The structure of snowflakes

  1. Somewhere in the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know?” they talk about the molecular structure of water being influenced by people who meditated over it. (I would have to go back and look at the movie to see if my statement is entirely accurate) I don’t know if it is related in any way to the Josephson Junction.

    BTW, the “Bleep” movie is a lot of fun. But anyone who knows anything about quantum mechanics can see that was written more for entertainment. The idea for the movie is totally derivative of the collaborative work of Wolfgang Pauli and C.G. Jung, but they are given no credit in the movie. See the last few pages of C.G. Jungs “Man and His Symbols.”

  2. Excellent movie that ties a lot of current scientific, medical, and philosophical thinking together for non-technical people.
    Jung is a must-read if you are interested finding a larger context for yourself.

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