A Study of Water Crystal Growing Based on Dilution and Succussion Theory of Homeopathy
By studying the formation of snowflakes, scientists have found that frequency data can be stored in water. Using the homeopathic principles of dilution and succussion, this study explored the relationship between aqueous information transmission and differences in the formation of water crystals. We utilized three different types of experimental solution: bali water, distilled water, and ionized water, and studied the water crystals sprouting from the resulting ice crystals. From the four significant phases of morphological change (mother tincture, 1X, 4c, and 30c), it was determined that at higher dilution ratios, crystals grown in either distilled or ionized water developed from crystallites into a single-body structure, approaching the higher energy form of straight edge hexagonals. This phenomenon demonstrates the features of coherent domains and water clusters, both of which match the homeopathic principles of energy waves and information transmission.
Prof. Peng Sheng Wei
Y. C. Hsu et al., "A Study of Water Crystal Growing Based on Dilution and Succussion Theory of Homeopathy", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 607, pp. 61-64, 2014