Performance of the Hydronic - when a stone changes

Poznik Hydronic

The Hydronic for home use is designed to improve water and reported on the researches proving that water can be improved with the information, revitalised. We know that the information influences the change in the bonds, more specifically the angle between hydrogen and oxygen in a water molecule, which results in a changed water quality. The Hydronic also affects the reduction of limescale.

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Negative Effects of Cell Phones on Your Health

Mobile protection

We carry a smartphone with us everywhere; it is at home with us, at work, in intimate spaces, etc. It definitely is a technical acquisition of humanity, which makes life and communication with our loved ones and for business purposes easier. Unfortunately, however, modern technology threatens our health due to dangerous radiation. To that, our brain and heart, as well as our reproductive organs are extremely sensitive. It does not make sense to give up modern technology, but it is wise to protect ourselves against dangerous radiation.

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The water improves, instantly

The measuring of the effectiveness of its performance on water and the well-being of people was carried out with the Kirlian camera

The Berlin Institute for Bioelectrophotonics: the Bottle has a Significant Impact on Water Quality. i9 bottle eliminates harmful information from medicines and other chemistry in the water we drink. The bottle with the official name Informed Water Bottle, which is made in a 0,65-litre version, carries a certificate from the Berlin Institute for Bioelectrophotonics.

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i9 Bottle helps balancing your blood

i9 Informed water improves health

Water makes up about 70% of who we are, and influences 100% of the processes in our body. This is why it's very important to drink good quality water. The consumption of informed water offers incredible health benefits which can be observed trough dark field blood tests...

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The Fourth Phase of Water

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Does water have a fourth phase, beyond solid, liquid and vapor?

University of Washington Bioengineering Professor Gerald Pollack answers this question, and intrigues us to consider the implications of this finding. Not all water is H2O, a radical departure from what you may have learned from textbooks.

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9 Life-Changing Reasons To Drink More Water

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Are you thirsty? By the time when we experience the sensation of the thirst, we are already dehydrated. That thirst is our body calling for re-hydration.

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Research from the Aerospace Institute Supports The Theory That Water Has Memory

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New research from the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in Germany supports the theory that water has a memory—a claim that could change our whole way of looking at the world.

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What is Kinesiology?

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Kinesiology is the scientific study of human or non-human body movement. Kinesiology addresses physiological, biomechanical, and psychological mechanisms of movement. Applications of kinesiology to human health (i.e. human kinesiology) include biomechanics and orthopedics; strength and conditioning; sport psychology; methods of rehabilitation, such as physical and occupational therapy; and sport and exercise.

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Lisa Park uses Branwaves to Manipulate Water

Lisa Park

South Korean Artist Lisa Park has come up with an interesting new art form.  Her performance art, called Eunoia, meaning “Beautiful Thinking”, uses 48 pools of water, inspired by the 48 emotions,  which react to emotional brainwaves transmitted from her body, and read by sensors.

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Water Quality and Future Generations: Deb Swackhamer at TEDx

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Dr. Deborah L. Swackhamer is Professor in Science, Technology, and Public Policy in the Hubert H, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, and Co-Director of the University's Water Resources Center. She also is Professor in Environmental Health Sciences in the School of Public Health, and is trained as an environmental chemist. She joined the Minnesota faculty in 1987.

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