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Water, The Great Mystery

“Water is the driving force of all nature.” – Leonardo da Vinci

Water makes most of earths surface and most of our human bodies … but do we really know the secrets of this amazing element.

From agriculture, to factories and hydropower, we put water to work in a million different ways every day. And yet water acts outside all known physical laws of nature.

At a time of global climate change, understanding the mysteries of water is critical. Every living thing needs it to survive … Our ignorance of its function and capacities has lead us to abuse its quality and forget its potential. Witness WATER’s capacity and challenge historical assumptions. Unveil enlightened information and new scientific discoveries that create new possibilities for water’s use in every field of endeavor.

These new discoveries go beyond human reckoning – beyond the solar systems and galaxies to the Source of life itself..

Featuring breathtaking discoveries by researchers worldwide including Masaru Emoto from “What the Bleep Do We Know” …

“Just as with the film “What The Bleep Do We Know” , “Water” shows us through science that our thoughts have an effect on our external reality. Imagine the possibilities when people realize their own potential for creativity. Films like this give me hope that there is an emergence of collective intelligence that can solve the problems of the world.”

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  1. Just rubbish

  2. Water – “the most common substance on Earth”? Surely it’s Iron? Water – an element? “The only such planet in the Universe”? All that in the first minute.

    “Who bestowed water upon us?” Do I sense religious undertones? Or perhaps pseudo science. Either way I’m out.

  3. Full of erroneous and idiotic statements from beginning to end.

  4. water is not an “element”

    • You are correct “electrode” and I think this is a ‘waste of time’ video. There are many other
      worthless videos on this site & many which are ‘blocked’ or simply do not work.

  5. broken video – deleted and doesn’t work

  6. “As [water] records new information, it receives new properties…” This quote should be enough to dispel any sure-to-be disappointed viewer.

  7. this has been removed

  8. video does not work

  9. “Water makes most of earths surface and most of our human bodies … but do we really know the secrets of this amazing element” its a compound nigga

  10. wow!!nice documentary

  11. Intriguing story!!!

    I was soo inspired i composed a song about it!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRxxe0tO61c&feature=autoshare

  12. This documentary is actually a waste of time…. Bollocks, if i’m nice to water it notices, riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.

  13. can someone please delete this shite documentary, its embaressing.

  14. Pseudoscience indeed.

  15. This is fucking retarded. Yes water is a very strange substance that acts unlike anything else but these fucking russians have been drinking too much vodka.

  16. This is probably the worst “documentary” I’ve seen.
    It really doesn’t fit into the genre and shouldn’t be show on this website, in my opinion. Call it whatever you may, but this was just a waste of my time. I’m just grateful I didn’t fall asleep and get brainwashed.

  17. But of course there should be more research done over many years to prove this more and more known to people

  18. but isn’t that a fact by doing all those experiments that molecules within water change e.g when you say thank you and when you are happy or unhappy.

  19. I do not want to sound agressive, but:
    -The memory of water is a homopatic practice. Although claimed to work, Science has held that it does not. for some easy info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aligned_water_theory
    -The man making fuel from water in china is a known scam. 
    -Chaos theory dictates that very small changes in an initial state can tip a system, so yes: -Theoretically a thought CAN change the universe. The catch is that this change should have no correlation to what this thought actually is. Much as the methaphorical butterfly is not trying to make hurricanes.
    -We know little of the existence of liquid water on other planets. Much of the reason for this is that we can only observe the planets in this solar system because the stars are so bright, they blot out the rest. You can do indirect observation trough gravitational pull, but that tells us nothing of the possible existence of water. Mars may have had liquid water, and the moon Europa is HIGHLY likely to have it. Just not on the surface.
    -If you want to believe: Do the rice experiment at home. But: Have more that 3 glases. Separate them, but treat the couples of 3 in the same way(Thank 1, ignore one and repremand one in each couple.). If you can prove this works, then apply for nobel price.
    -You do not get to blame this on quantum physics! (Not without first understanding said physics)

    I would like nothing better than for the theory of the memory of water to be true. It DOES sound quite magical, and the world would be nicer if it was true. However, science has to deal with all of this:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_topics_characterized_as_pseudoscience

    A lot of this has charismatic people behind it, and a LOT of it may really make you want to believe. 
    That, unfortunately, does not make it true.

  20. maybe
    the most precious piece of evidence i have ever witnessed, lay down the
    ego and segragation we are all one maybe metaphyisicaly but also seems
    we are one on the relative level …..now watch this !

  21. maybe
    the most precious piece of evidence i have ever witnessed, lay down the
    ego and segragation we are all one maybe metaphyisicaly but also seems
    we are one on the relative level …..now watch this !

  22. why are we `beating about the bush` this doc. is the biggest load of old cobblers i have ever suffered . Go do something useful, knit some sandles .

  23. You will find a great review at skepticdetective. Cheers.

  24. I must speak up in defense of Chuck Norse’s comments. The art of science as we know it today is a religious one. There is so much more to the universe, the world and our human bodies than “science” can explain, understand or even comprehend.

    It is only the belief of those too narrow-minded to see the vastness of the yet unknown and unimagined that makes them grasp at so called “scientific fact”. This is not any different than those religious fanatics that threatened early scientists with excommunication or death for expounding on their findings.

    People who refuse to open their minds to possibilities beyond what their “scientific” method can prove, limit their own ability to be good scientists. Science is a belief system based on a strict method of observation and structured experimentation that can produce replicable outcomes. It is expanding all the time and most true scientists,  that I know, understand the limits of the art they practice. It takes an open mind to ideas beyond what we can currently prove to advance what we currently understand or think we know.

    I do believe that there is a body of knowledge that has grown out of good scientific method. However, to expand on that body of information documentaries such as this bring fresh view points and possibilities to the world of science and the collective mind. Perhaps this documentary will lead to discoveries that will open doors and turn on lights that lead to human advancements that will one day be viewed as common knowledge that can not be refuted.

    After all there was a time when the science of the time said the world was flat! We live in a dynamic world not a static one. What we understand and believe to be true and fact today could be  fairytale tomorrow.

    • You don’t understand the scientific method if you’re saying that. “Scientific facts” are not facts at all. They are observations that are adjusted if they cannot stand up to scrutiny. The problem with science is the mainstream media’s interpretation and the politics involved in it and how it is used. If you truly understood the institution of science you would know that it was created under the tenant of being just as organic as life in so far as it explores the mysteries of the universe. No real scientist would ever advocate that you take a scientific fact as proof of the existence of anything. Science as an institution seeks to understand nature, not to create some unchangeable monument of mankind that’s never to be questioned.

      • And to add to that: Science has done and still does some despicable things. It’s created weapons of mass destruction. It’s lead to eugenics programs that lead to forced sterilization programs in the US and the Holocaust in Europe, as well as inhumane attempts at mind control experiments ultimately culminating in a very scientific methods of torture that is used around the world today. But it’s also done some very good things. It’s allowed us to harness the power of electricity to better our lives. It’s the reason you’re able to make a comment on a thread in a forum on a computer that is a combination of electrical energy flowing through gated channels of silicon that is connected via a vast communications network consisting of fiber optics, wireless transmission and satellites that orbit the Earth. The scientific method is a tool. So long as that tool is used morally, it will produce moral things. Whenever it is allowed to be used immorally, it will beget immorality. Religion and science are separate institutions of mankind that both have their value to society and to each other, but whenever they are used with malicious intent they have horrific and oppressive outcomes. It’s up to us. Don’t use science or religion as a scapegoat, no real scientist or religious person would ever do such a thing.

  25. I must speak up in defense of Chuck Norse’s comments. The art of science as we know it today is a religious one. There is so much more to the universe, the world and our human bodies than “science” can explain, understand or even comprehend.

    It is only the belief of those too narrow-minded to see the vastness of the yet unknown and unimagined that makes them grasp at so called “scientific fact”. This is not any different than those religious fanatics that threatened early scientists with excommunication or death for expounding on their findings.

    People who refuse to open their minds to possibilities beyond what their “scientific” method can prove, limit their own ability to be good scientists. Science is a belief system based on a strict method of observation and structured experimentation that can produce replicable outcomes. It is expanding all the time and most true scientists,  that I know, understand the limits of the art they practice. It takes an open mind to ideas beyond what we can currently prove to advance what we currently understand or think we know.

    I do believe that there is a body of knowledge that has grown out of good scientific method. However, to expand on that body of information documentaries such as this bring fresh view points and possibilities to the world of science and the collective mind. Perhaps this documentary will lead to discoveries that will open doors and turn on lights that lead to human advancements that will one day be viewed as common knowledge that can not be refuted.

    After all there was a time when the science of the time said the world was flat! We live in a dynamic world not a static one. What we understand and believe to be true and fact today could be  fairytale tomorrow.

  26. is this a joke?

  27. Water has many interesting properties. It is vital to life and it can exist in all forms withing the range of temperatures and pressures of the earth’s crust, surface and atmosphere. However, it is much more likely that water is important because it was present rather than the other way around. It’s attraction to it’s self is more a result of it molecular geometry than anything else. And statements about water being the only substance that exists in all three states is incorrect. Under the correct conditions ALL substances can exist in four states. As is the assertion that only water is more dense in it’s liquid form. This is true of all liquids that crystallize. All of the peer accredited scientists in this documentary are just stating that water is important and interesting. But if you ask any scientist about their topic of study they will say the same.

    Water is something that we all should care about and protect, but I don’t think you’ll catch me speaking to it anytime soon.

  28. Water has many interesting properties. It is vital to life and it can exist in all forms withing the range of temperatures and pressures of the earth’s crust, surface and atmosphere. However, it is much more likely that water is important because it was present rather than the other way around. It’s attraction to it’s self is more a result of it molecular geometry than anything else. And statements about water being the only substance that exists in all three states is incorrect. Under the correct conditions ALL substances can exist in four states. As is the assertion that only water is more dense in it’s liquid form. This is true of all liquids that crystallize. All of the peer accredited scientists in this documentary are just stating that water is important and interesting. But if you ask any scientist about their topic of study they will say the same.

    Water is something that we all should care about and protect, but I don’t think you’ll catch me speaking to it anytime soon.

  29. Not a documentary.  Just religious nonsense

  30. Not a documentary.  Just religious nonsense

  31. I just bought a dehumidifierwater machine for the home.  It makes 5 gallons per day. How original is that?  This video nonsense is actually a great visual for stoners.

  32. I just bought a dehumidifierwater machine for the home.  It makes 5 gallons per day. How original is that?  This video nonsense is actually a great visual for stoners.

  33. Lots of this and the major idea underlying this is documentary is highly questionable – and the attitude conveyed here are certainly not a scientific one, but the one with a truely scientific attitude would be able to pick out the interesting parts of this, instead of bursting out his general hostility.

  34. I’m writing the completely WRONG claims in the film as I watch it:

    -Scientist DO KNOW why water expands below 4 degrees.
    -Water is NOT the only liquid to do this.
    -“In the south, people would put wet wedges…” What south? You can’t just say “in the south” South of what?!!!!
    -Plant shoots can NOT break through asphalt AT ALL!!! They might grow through cracks, but they sure as hell can’t break it. Tree roots might be able to slowly over years and years.
    -“Every one of water’s properties is unique” Absolute fucking bullshit. Water is a liquid, is THAT unique to water?
    -“Science cannot explain….three states, highest surface tension, capillary action” YES IT CAN.

    Fuck me, that was just the first five minutes. I give up.

    • @anonymous Aug 26th 2011 – hahaha i agree this movie was so ridiculous i made it 12 minutes until the captain of the life vessel turns salt water into regular water with thought (yknow cause its the structure of water and not its salt content that matters).

  35. Earth’s surface, not earth.  “Earth” needs to be capitalized and it’s possessive, so you use an apostrophe.

  36. If you don’t have an accepted scientific qualification or training in science, please don’t pretend you know what you are talking about when it comes to science.

    The end.

  37. If you don’t have an accepted scientific qualification or training in science, please don’t pretend you know what you are talking about when it comes to science.

    The end.

  38. If you don’t have an accepted scientific qualification or training in science, please don’t pretend you know what you are talking about when it comes to science.

    The end.

  39. If you don’t have an accepted scientific qualification or training in science, please don’t pretend you know what you are talking about when it comes to science.

    The end.

  40. If you don’t have an accepted scientific qualification or training in science, please don’t pretend you know what you are talking about when it comes to science.

    The end.

  41. Yay lets all worship the magic water god. You morons.

  42. Yay lets all worship the magic water god. You morons.

  43. Yay lets all worship the magic water god. You morons.

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