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>>We are looking at a cross section of a lot of cylindrical tubes of water that has areas of more negative pH and more positive pH. The two areas of water reflect light differently as the density of proton flow is different than the bulkier -OH area

Jen, could this be filmed with consumer-level equipment, or would it take expensive imaging?

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In the book a couple normal camera images were shown and one clearer special scope of some sort. I will look at the book again to review that section. I was writing from memory. Which is fallible. I'll add more.

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Nice job on the mosaic looking patio!! Yup, keeping water out of the basement is so important!

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Your posts on water and exclusion zones (EZ), from the Pollack book that I will never get around to reading, are making me rethink my benefits from high iodine. Since the main obvious benefit has to do with easier flow of fluids (lungs being able to clear out sticky stuff), maybe a more direct route would be fixing the water in my body so it is more EZ type water. Something for me to think about!

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"separate areas within the water " - made me think of laminar flow - streams with water from hot springs flowing on top of cold water. Stick your hand in and feel the abrupt change. Of course what you are talking about is completely different, and more fascinating!

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JD - Mosaics are responsible for many evolutionary phenomena.

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