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Dr. Shui Yin Lo, physicist
His mission is to reach out to scientists, medical doctors, complementary health practioners and others, urging them to explore the science of how the body heals and maintains health at the subatomic level. He believes that what we discover together, could reduce the growing cost of health care, while improving the quality of that care.
Einstein Said, "Science is the attempt to make the chaotic diversity of experience correspond to a logical uniform system of thought."
There are thousands of practioners and millions of people experiencing effects that has lead them to believe that qi (universal energy) exists and that it can be used for healing and to maintain health.
There are others who believe that this universal energy has not yet been proven to exist and conclude, therefore, that it is not a legitimate subject for scientific investigation.
But minute particles, detected and
A major emphasis of Dr. Lo's s health research has been in the area of stable water clusters. He cultivated his theory through mathematical calculations and deductive reasoning, as physicists often do.
We present this information inductively, starting with the results of his experiments and moving towards his hypothesis of how stable water clusters could positively influence health and how it might relate to the subjects of qi and meridians. We believe that you will be fascinated with the results and hope you will join with us on our search for Quantum Health. But before discussing Dr. Lo's research lets look at some other research on water.
Almost everyone knows that water (H2O) is made up of two hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom bonded together. But new research in biochemistry is challenging this forum la.
American Institute of Physic is reports a water molecule's chemical formula is really not H2O, at least from the perspective of neutrons and electrons interacting with the molecule for only attoseconds (1 attosecond=10-18 seconds).
"According to new and recent experiments, neutrons and electrons colliding with water for just attoseconds will see a ratio of hydrogen to oxygen of roughly 1.5 to 1, so a more accurate formula for water under these circumstances would be H1.5O. According to the experimenters (Aris Chatzidimitriou-Dreismann.)
And we all know that water assumes three forms: ice,
And they are throwing in at least 1 more form that H20 might taking than the traditional ice, steam, water. And this is a form which oscillates between a liquid and vapor state, condensing and then evaporating. Research by Mark Sansom and Oliver Beckstein, Department of Biochemistry.
Robert Bukowski, Krzysztof Szalewicz, Gerrit C. Groenenboom,
and Ad van der Avoird - Predictions
of the Properties of Water from First Principles -
Science 2 March 2007: Vol. 315. no. 5816, pp. 1249 - 1252; DOI:
Ken Jordan, chair of the Department of Chemistry of the University of Pittsburg is studying the structure of water. He and colleagues from Yale University and the University of Georgia conducted a study on what happens to water clusters when a proton is added. This research established that the proton attaches to the surface of the cluster, a finding that has ramifications for environmental chemistry and possibly biological systems. University of Pittsburg
"For a long time, most researchers agreed that, in its liquid state, each water molecule coordinates on average with four other water molecules by forming hydrogen bonds," Szalewicz said. "However, a 2004 paper in Science claimed that this coordination takes place with only two molecules, a discovery that, if correct, would turn over the whole water paradigm."
The above references of contemporary research of water at the subatomic level, demonstrating the need for many other researchers to look into the area of water and stable water cluster. It is also meant to kind of respond to the rather strange couple of web sites and Wikipedia writers who, for some reason, want people to believe that water research is not the subject for legitimate scientists.
Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics Journal 2008 writes,
"Water remains an exciting challenge for the experimentalist too. Important information on potential-energy surfaces has recently come from the production of kinetically (as opposed to thermodynamically) stable water clusters within superfluid helium droplets, the spectroscopy of hetero-clusters containing water, and the study of molecular collisions, including orientationally aligned molecules. Studies of clusters and ultrathin films on surfaces are leading us to revise our views of the electrochemical interface and to a greater understanding of the structure and phase behaviour of water. Neutron-scattering developments are giving new insight into details of structure in both pure water and complex solutions, especially those of biological importance. Surface-specific spectroscopies and scanning probe techniques are revolutionising our microscopic understanding of the interfaces water presents to the gas phase, to solid surfaces and to immiscible liquids." Physical Chemistry chemical Physics Journal 2008
For the last ten years, physicists, Dr. Lo's has focused his attention on water at the subatomic level. His experiments have given a strong indication that 2 waters, which may appear the same and maybe chemically the same, may be different structurally. He hopes that researchers around the globe will join him in his research
As mentioned before we are going start
with a description and results of Dr. Lo's experiments with
stable water cluster and then move to a theory.
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