Anomalies of Water
The exhibition “Anomalies of Water” explores the captivating and essential nature of water, which is both mundane and endlessly fascinating. Water is crucial for all life and holds remarkable properties that continue to intrigue scientists and researchers.
Masaru Emoto’s research suggests that water is sensitive to emotions, possessing a consciousness that responds to vibrations, altering its molecular structure accordingly. Positive emotions create harmonious patterns, while negative emotions produce discordant patterns.
Luc Montagnier’s findings indicate that water can retain a memory of the molecular properties of substances it once contained, carrying significant implications.
Stephen Reiss’s discovery in 1934 reveals the existence of Primary water, deep within the Earth’s crust, which is distinct from the water involved in the hydrological cycle.
Water’s unique properties include its ability to exist in three states—solid, liquid, and gas—and its role as a universal solvent. Its high surface tension enables dense objects to float.
Furthermore, water plays a vital role in moderating the Earth’s climate and temperature, buffering large fluctuations due to its high specific heat capacity.
The exhibition delves into the mysterious and fascinating world of water and its anomalies.
Official Opening September 17th at 4 pm
VENUE | CONNEMARA CREATIVE, MOYARD, H91 HCR7