"Here lies one whose name was writ in water..."

  title={"Here lies one whose name was writ in water..."},
  author={Philip Ball},
  • P. Ball
  • Published 2007
  • Philosophy
  • Nature
A survey of evidence for the 'memory' of liquid water casts little light on its putative role in homeopathy, says Philip Ball. 
Physical chemistry: Water's wafer-thin surface
A combination of vibrational spectroscopy and molecular calculations reveals that only the surface layer of water at the interface with air has a distinctly different structure from the bulk liquid, suggesting a remarkably rapid onset of bulk-phase behaviour, and an extremely short 'healing length' for the interface on crossing from the air into the water phase. Expand
Towards a poetics of becoming: Samuel Taylor Coleridge's and John Keats's aesthetics between idealism and deconstruction
"Towards a Poetics of Becoming: Samuel Taylor Coleridge�s and John Keats�s Aesthetics Between Idealism and Deconstruction" grapples with a new aspect in reading and interpreting Romantic textuality,Expand
Some Observations on the role of water states for biological and therapeutical effects
The peculiar properties of water are recalled, among them the “memory of water”, underlining the behavior of cell water, whose “ordered” structure is probably due to the endogenous electromagneticExpand
Increase in water evaporation rate with increase in static magnetic field perpendicular to water-air interface
Abstract In the last decades many research on effects of magnetic field on water have been reported but still many arguments and doubts are present. However, increase in water evaporation due toExpand
Molecular dynamics simulations of oxidized vapor-grown carbon nanofiber surface interactions with vinyl ester resin monomers
Abstract Surface oxidation effects on the liquid vinyl ester (VE) monomer distributions near two oxidized vapor-grown carbon nanofiber (VGCNF) surfaces were studied using molecular dynamicsExpand


Water as a free electric dipole laser.
The emergence of collective modes and the appearance of permanent electric polarization around any electrically polarized impurity are found. Expand
Human basophil degranulation triggered by very dilute antiserum against IgE
When human polymorphonuclear basophils are exposed to anti-IgE antibodies, they release histamine from their intracellular granules and change their staining properties, and transmission of the biological information could be related to the molecular organization of water. Expand
The Memory of Water: a scientific heresy?
  • P. Fisher
  • Medicine
  • Homeopathy : the journal of the Faculty of Homeopathy
  • 2007
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  • 1988