Recently, a new fresh discovery has been made within the simplest and most basic of resources. Experts have found what they called “The Discovery of The Millennium” and a tremendous revelation in human consciousness.
A team of German researchers now claim that water has a memory, which means that what once was considered as simple and most basic commodity has now been studied to reveal a scientific discovery, exposing an overwhelmingly impressive truth.
By analyzing individual drops of water at an extremely high magnification, the researchers had the ability to physically see that each of them has its own microscopic pattern, each discernible from the next.
An experiment was conducted in which a group of students were encouraged to get a drop of water from the same body of water, all at the exactly same time. With the help of this scientific experiment and very close examination of the drops, it was concluded that each of them produced a different image. Each of the images was assessed for aesthetic beauty by more than 2,500 independent judges. The results were then analyzed by people who were completely blind regarding the treatment conditions.
The second experiment was done where a real flower was put in a body of water and afterwards a sample droplet of water was taken out. All of the droplets resembled one another,resulting a mesmerizing pattern. When the experiment was conducted with a different flower, the droplet looked different. Specifically, a particular flower was evident in each of the droplets.
According to the researchers, this discovery goes to show that water does have a memory, that is a new perception of water can be created. They believe that as water travels it receives and stores information from the areas it has went through, which can connect people to various places and sources of information when they drink it, depending on the places they have been to.
The results have been compared to the human body, of which each is unique and has individual DNA. Given that the human body is made of 70 percent water, we can conclude that human tears might hold a unique memory of the individual, via the body`s storage of water which is associated with individual experience.