What is magnetic water science?
The effect of magnetic field on water and salt molecules
A water molecule consists of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms (ie: H2O). Simply put, the oxygen atom acts as a negative, while each hydrogen atom acts as a positive.
Water molecules do not travel alone – they form clusters with other water molecules by the attraction of a positive hydrogen of one molecule to the negative oxygen of another. Water molecule clusters come in many sizes, depending on the number of water molecules involved.
In the case of water that has not been magnetically structured, the water molecule clusters are generally comprised of many water molecules that are loosely attracted. This loose and chaotic form of attraction allows for toxins and pollutants to travel inside the water molecule cluster.
As these water molecule clusters pass by the cell membrane, many of them are sloughed off because they are too large or because of the toxins contained, which the plant is programmed to reject. The smaller of these chaotic clusters will enter the cell, some carrying toxins with them. It requires a great deal of unstructured water to hydrate a plant.
Turns out that all of these angles, edges, and intersections allow for massive information transfer and reception, thanks to all of these fractals. And it turns out that water has massive amounts of various angles, edges, and intersections within it's complex crystallographic arrangements - which is what allows it to be so incredibly, incredibly responsive - a phenomena we have seen over, and over, and over again. Most people know this phenomena - but we guarantee we're the first ones to know how it works.
When applied to normal water, a magnetic field restructures the water molecules into very small water molecule clusters, each made up of six symmetrically organized molecules.
Full hydration vs Partial hydration
This incredibly small cluster is recognised by the cell as “bio-friendly” due to its hexagonal structure, and because the toxins cannot travel within the cluster, the water molecule easily enters the passageways in plant and animal cell membranes, which provides maximum, healthy hydration using less water.
During this process of passing water through a high magnetic flux density field the molecules in the water, begin to sort themselves, or self organize, in the field of the magnets. Its this structuring of the molecules which makes the water more bioavailable to the plants. This is called redox potential, its a measurement of how much water a plant can soak up.
Centripetal spin in the vortex combines with centripetal flux from super-magnets – to produce water molecules stable as more micro cluster.. meaning smaller and more spun. This creates absorption, and solubility.
Magnetic water treatment is proven effective
Magnetic treatment of irrigation water: Its effects on vegetable crop yield and water productivity
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The analysis of the data collected during the study suggests that the effects of magnetic treatment varied with plant type and the type of irrigation water used, and there were statistically significant increases in plant yield and water productivity (kg of fresh or dry produce per kL of water used)
In particular, the magnetic treatment of recycled water and 3000 ppm saline water respectively increased celery yield by 12% and 23% and water productivity by 12% and 24%. For snow peas, there were 7.8%, 5.9% and 6.0% increases in pod yield with magnetically treated potable water, recycled water and 1000 ppm saline water, respectively.
The water productivity of snow peas increased by 12%, 7.5% and 13% respectively for magnetically treated potable water, recycled water and 1000 ppm saline water.”
Magnetized Water is No Mystery
Most of us are not fortunate enough to get our water from free-flowing artesian springs, pure mountain creeks, rain water (unmixed with acid rain) or uncontaminated rural wells. Our choices are chlorinated tap water, bottled spring water or a water purification system.
We need water. Living water. We need water to hydrate every cell in our bodies. But the water delivered to us from household taps is contaminated with chemicals, industry waste, effluent and garbage. It’s also under such pressure that we now learn its life-giving energy is all but destroyed. We need water that is not only purified but revitalized to bring it back to something close to the life-giving, nourishing, cleansing element it was designed to be. That is apparently done through magnets.
Independent research into magnetized water began in both Eastern and Western European countries. One grass roots researcher was a self-taught scientist by the name of Johann Grander. He claimed his knowledge came from studying nature in his native Austria.
“In normal conditions,” Grander wrote, “water flows either on the surface of the earth or deep underground, always seeking a natural course. In our water supply system, however, the water is collected and forced through pipelines under pressure. At this stage, the water suffers a serious aggression for the first time. The high pressures . . . are highly detrimental to the liquid. The water is then further contaminated by the addition of powerful chemicals, such as chlorine. However, we use it, the water eventually finds its way back to nature through the drains. We collect clean water from nature and return it soiled and sick.”
Grander said water has a double function. It supplies life-giving energy. It also acts as a waste disposal agent for all living beings.
“Water picks up energy from the sun and collects the energies that are stored in the earth. In summer, with strong solar energy, the water pushes itself to the surface. In winter, with weaker solar energy, it burrows deep into the ground, collecting the stored and transformed energies.
“It is an eternal circle in which water plays the main role. The water is also a living organism and therefore capable of transforming energies and refuse through its own microorganisms. Live water seeks by itself its sources of energy. Healthy water can be distinguished from sick water even by its murmurs.”
The effects of magnetic fields on running water
The effects of magnetic fields on running water have been observed for years. Patents on treating water with magnets appeared as early as the 1950’s. It was discovered that less scale deposit was produced after long use. The effects were described as making the water appear to “behave” as if the mineral content was lowered. This technology was used mainly in countries which have very little chemical industry, like Russia, China, Poland and Bulgaria, who all reported the successful use of magnets in treating water for irrigation, industry and home use. They cited improvements in taste and faster drying time, but no one knew why! Magnetic water treatment developed more slowly in the West. To Western minds, measuring the magnetic effect of flowing water was somewhat suspect. (Kronenberg said, “People in the West insist on understanding what they say or do!”)
Also, chemicals were in general use in North America and the chemical industry did its best to discourage the use of magnets for obvious reasons!
Even to Westerners, however, the genuine and practical effects of magnetic water treatment after prolonged use were undeniable. And Kronenberg states that there is no mystique in how magnets treat water problems. The positive effects have been confirmed through systematic research. When treatment devices with permanent magnets were developed, they were immediately successful! The build up of scale on new pipes was totally eliminated and the removal of scale deposits in old water pipes was soon evident.
It was while he was at California State Polytechnic that Kronenberg contributed to the pioneering work in agriculture that re-used re-energized irrigation water with magnetic treatment. He says magnets actually change the nucleus of water.
That is the source of its seemingly magical properties. A diet of magnetized water makes cows give more milk; chickens grow fatter and lay more eggs. And cantaloupes and other crops grow larger and have better yields with less fertilizer.
Professor Israel Lin of the Israel Institute of Technology decided to use magnetic treatment on saline and brackish water. The unexpected effects were revealed during tests at Kibbutz Gvat. The 85 cows that drank magnetically treated water for three years produced a liter more milk a day, had fewer milkless days and conceived more easily, due to increased health and vitality. (Better than bovine growth hormone!) The calves not only weighed more than calves in the control group, they were leaner! Magnetic water had a similar effect on all farm animals at Kibbutz Gvat. Geese grew bigger, sheep produced more meat, milk and wool, chickens and turkeys laid more eggs and were prolific for a longer period. More dramatically, the mortality rate was reduced with less feed. Lin said the change of the water’s properties is the key.
“The magnetized water increases the solubility of minerals and therefore improves the transfer of nutrients to all parts of the body, making the organisms work more efficiently.”
The Nucleus of Water
“The shortage of nucleation centers in water is known to result from the capability of the water molecules to cluster around each foreign particle,” Kronenberg explained. This renders it unavailable as a nucleation center. The forces of the magnetic fields on those water molecule clusters are very weak, however. The clusters vibrate in a number of ways. When they pass of a number of magnetic poles at a certain velocity the periodic changes of magnetic fields may coincide with one of the internal vibration frequencies of the water clusters. Resonance may occur and result in cracking open such a cluster.
“The formerly entrapped particle is set free and the nearby mineral molecules rush from all sides to their nucleation center where they form circular platelets. The minerals that form the circular platelets do not have to be crystallized on a container wall. In turn, the number of hard crystals is reduced accordingly. The percentage reduction is the magnetic treatment’s effectiveness rating.”