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Cocktail Chatter: Water has Memory

May 6, 2011

This research has been out for awhile, but it’s still mind blowing. What does it mean that water has memory? How does water have memory?  All this and more below… read (and watch) on!

From the BBC

Twenty years ago, in the summer of 1988, the science world was rocked by one of the most controversial research papers ever published in the highly-respected journal Nature.

According to a charismatic French scientist named Jacques Benveniste, pure water could somehow remember what it had previously contained.

And from Natural News

Dr. Jacques Benveniste (1935-2004) had proved something quite controversial, which gives concrete evidence to support homeopathy.  He reportedly compared himself with Galileo because of his paradigm breaking research findings.  He did not win a Nobel Prize but instead won not one, but two, of the satirical “Ignobel” prizes awarded by a gang of Harvard scientists – the 1991 chemistry prize for showing that water has memory, and the 1998 prize for a paper showing that this information can be transmitted over telephone lines and the internet.

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