A drop
of water contains trillions of water molecules


What is water

Maybe there is more to water? Who knows

Water is the only substance on earth that naturally occurs in three physical states: liquid, solid, and gas. Depending on temperature and atmospheric pressure, water can change from one state to another, a process called physical phase change.

The 3 phases of water Changes are, Liquid is water, solid is ice and gas is vapor.

And maybe there is more to water? Who knows, only the future and science will tell.

Water is, by nature, most often structured. In the free flow of water in nature, the water twists and turns, creating a natural vortex.

A drop of water contains trillions of water molecules held together by weak hydrogen bonds.

The tendency of water molecules to bond is called cohesion. The fact that water molecules cohere using weak hydrogen bonds, is what gives water its fluid consistency.

Water’s polarity also makes it adhesive, which means that it will be attracted to other types of molecules with positive and negative charges.

Cohesion and adhesion are some of water’s most remarkable qualities. They are strong enough to work against the force of gravity, allowing water to move to the top of a tree hundreds of feet high.

Motion, air, and vortex is an absolutely essentials for the structural quality of water.

When looking at water molecules photographed by Dr. Masaru Emoto, the molecules from a stream of untouched nature water have a high concentration of harmonic hexagonal water molecules, which indicates structured or clustered water with a higher energy level.

This natural structured water is more energy-filled and adds more energy to living organisms, plants, and minerals. Unstructured water, on the other hand, has less energy.

Nearly 70% of the mass of the human body is water.