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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Water

The water is a main material carrier of the life and a habitat of most of the life forms. Approximately two thirds of mass of all the material life forms, including the land-based forms, is the vitally necessary water.

The water molecules are the electric dipoles, and the water permittivity is one of the highest among the liquids. These molecules are interconnected by a weak hydrogen bonding, which makes the water different from other liquids:

  • The high heat capacity and the high heat of melting/vaporization, which stabilize the temperature.
  • The high surface tension at a low density:
Liquid Surface tension at 20°C,
10–3 N/m
Density at 20°C,
Water 73 1 73
Glycerol 59 1,26 47
Mercury 487 13,6 36
Ethyl alcohol 22 0,79 28
  • Crystallization.
Unique properties of water in various states
State Density,
Heat capacity,
Saturated steam at atmospheric pressure 5,9·10-4 2,0
Water 1,0 4,2 Liquid crystals (clusters) have a rotational degree of freedom.
Ice at 0°C 0,92 2,1 Hexagonal crystal lattice, which have the cavities.

The "dead" water is a clean neutral water with the haphazardly arranged dipoles, which cannot shape the long-living clusters.

The "alive", "charged" or structured water is a water with a certain arrangement its dipoles, which is supported by the aetheric vortices. The term "alive" implies that the vortices are created by the living beings biofield.

The water is not dissolved, and it is a good solvent for many salts and acids.

The salt water is an electrolyte with the important properties:

  • The increased ability to crystallize.
  • The ion concentration gradient produces the electromotive force and currents.
  • The neutral, non-acidic and non-alkaline environment.

The water-electrolyte (water-salt) balance is vitally needed. The salts within the living beings are the chlorides, carbonates, phosphates of sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium. The main salt is the sodium chloride. Most of the salts are soluble in water, except the calcium phosphate, which is a skeletal base.

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