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Non-contact liquids activation
by means of microhydrin and chemical reactions

Dubrovskaya O.A. , Mulakhmetov R.F,
Shironosov V.G.

Department of physics, medicine and biology
Udmurt State University, Izhevsk
Collection of abstracts of VNKSF-8, Yekaterinburg, 2002, p. 597-599

    In terms of medicine, the most important water characteristic is its "charge" - a redox potential (ORP) which should be negative since human body cells have a negative ORP (-70 mv). When a negative ORP is below the norm, it causes different diseases.

Quality of water that we drink is far from satisfactory. Usually we drink treated water with a positive ORP +200...+400 mv (tap water, bottled water). Water with a positive ORP takes electrons away from cells and tissues in which water content amounts to 80-90%. Consequently, biological structures of human body (such as cell membranes and organoids, nucleic acids and so on) are destroyed by oxidation process. That's how a human body gets older, vitals cease to perform their functions in a proper way, immunity decreases.

Of course, people in mountain regions live longer and drink spring water. Melt water in mountains have microcluster structure and a negative charge due to triboelectricity and structural phase transitions. Such drinking water with a negative ORP is easily assimilated. It transfers its charge to blood and goes through the whole body, giving a negative charge to cells that lost it during a disease period.   It was found out that if mice are treated with a lethal dose of X-rays and then given water with ORP =-450mv, their death rate decreases from 96% to 10% (in comparison with the control group of mice, that was given regular de-activated tap water with a positive ORP [1].

Unfortunately, a negative water ORP lasts not longer than 24 hours, that is why it is recommended to prepare such water or live near mountain springs with 'alive' water. American scientists (Patrick Flanagan, 1986) created "longevity capsules" – microhydrin [2] which allows to produce water with a microcluster structure and a negative ORP. One capsule per glass of water, milk or cola changes a liquid ORP from +300mv to -300mv, which is better than fresh carrot juice ORP (70mv). This technology is expensive- one capsule costs 1$. A unique electrochemical activation technology is more economic; a series of 'Izumrud' installations was based on this technology. Both technologies deal with the change of activated liquids chemical compositions.

For the first time a negative ORP water production was predicted by I.L. Gerlovin in 1982; he wrote about water production without change of its chemical composition (non-contact activation) using unipolar treatment. He made these conclusions on the base of his physical theory of fundamental field [4]. V.M. Bakhir empirically discovered and then theoretically studied this effect in 1992 [3]. During the experiments [1, 3] thin hermetically plugged dielectric containers (ampoules or capsules) or a polyvinyl chloride pipe filled with a physiological solution were placed into a working chamber (anodic or cathodic) of an electrochemical diaphragm activator. Normally, activation took 30 minutes. During activation current either flew, or was switched off just before the containers with a physiological solution were placed into electrochemically activated environments. Then ampoules were exposed to anolyte of catholyte action, after which pH and ORP of a physiological solution significantly changed. It can be interpreted as non-contact electrochemical activation effect. The effect itself does not depend on whether an electrolyser is switched on or off. Anolyte and catholyte affect a physiological solution through glass, lavsan and fluoroplastic. For glass and lavsan directivity of pH and ORP changes depends on type of electrochemical treatment (anodic or cathodic), whereas for fluoroplastic anodic treatment changes to cathodic and vice versa. Two hours later pH and ORP, changed as a result of non-contact electrochemical activation, came back to a normal state. It proves that stable electrolysis products do not penetrate into plugged ampoules. Thus, non-contact electrochemical activation is performed on the energy level without accompanying ion mass transfer through an ampoule wall [3].

Further studies indicated that it is possible to perform non-contact activation using not only a diaphragm electrolyzer, but a non-diaphragm as well [5, 6]. During this process ORP changes are even more significant than when we use a diaphragm electrolyzer.

Nowadays microhydrin is widely used as a food additive. Microhydrin is well known for its antioxidant properties [2]. Just as electrochemical activation, microhydrin can lower ORP of liquids (water, milk, beverages) from +300mv to -500mv or even more. That is why scientists got interested in non-contact activation accompanying the process of microhydrin dissolution. It was assumed that during its dissolution microhydrin becomes a sourse of supercoherent electromagnetic emission.

To prove this hypothesis a series of experiments was carried out.

Thin hermetic plastic bags (film caliper ~ 2,5 mm) filled with distilled water (50ml) were placed in a bigger container (500 ml) with distilled water. Microhydrin powder was added into a bigger container. A microhydrin solution ORP quickly shifted to a negative range. Non-contact activation of distilled water to -500 mv accompanies this process. The experiments results are presented in Fig. 1.

Figure 1. Graph of ORP against time for a microhydrin solution and distilled wate

    After ORP of a liquid in a bag stopped to lower and a curve changed to a straight line (Fig.1), the plastic bag was taken out from a microhydrin solution. The relaxation was observed in both containers. In the plastic bag ORP came back to a normal state in 5 hours, water conductivity didn't change during the experiment. A microhydrin solution relaxation took a longer period and was not quite usual. During the first week ORP was gradually rising and reached 140 mv. During the next 20 days ORP average value was rising as well and reached +80mv, but its absolute value varied (~150 mv). During the next 10 days oscillation amplitude narrowed to 50 mv, later ORP came to +240 mv and stopped at that level. Thus, relaxation period was 37 days; a solution was kept in a closed plastic container in the dark.

To prove the hypothesis about non-contact activation nature the additional experiments were carried out. Chemical reagents interreacting with each other served as an activating environment. We used the following chemical reagents:

  1. elements of a black-and-white photography developer (metol, phenidone hydroquinine);
  2. some pharmaceutical compositions.

It is well-known that to prepare a standard developer for black-and-white photography two solutions are needed which are dissolved one after another. The first solution consists of sodium sulfite and water, its ORP=-71 mv. The second solution (metol, hydroquinone, potassium bromide) has ORP=+115mv. Distilled water ORP is +300mv. After two solutions were mixed, their ORP ammouned to -400mv. A hermetic plastic bag with distilled water (ORP=+300mv) was placed into the received solution. After 2 hours of exposition water ORP amounted to +200 mv, after 20 hours of exposition- to +75 mv. When the plactic bag was taken out of the developer solution, distilled water came back to the initial state. Non-contact activated liquid conductivity didn't change during the experiment.

Later some pharmaceutical compositions were dissolved in water, for example, "Aspirin C". Its solution has -10 mv ORP. A plastic bag with distilled water (ORP=+300) was placed in the solution, and after two hours exposition ORP of non-contact activated water amounted to +10 mv.

The above experiments data (non-contact liquids activation by means of electrolysis, a microhydrin solution, chemical reactions and medicines solutions) can be easily explained by classical physics, without resorting to vacuum theory or torsion field theory [1,3-4]. The only issue that can cause difficulties is equations of non-linear dynamical systems in resonance. During water activation a system comes to a non-equilibrium thermodynamical state with a lot of energy. Oscillating water dipoles (two or more) form stable non-linear resonant systems [7]. In the static state such dipole systems are unstable (the collapse effect), but in the dynamic state unstable states dynamically stabilize in conditions of resonance [7]. Activation forms high-Q (1013 and more) "molecular resonator" systems which are responsible for unique properties of contact and non-contact activated liquids [8]. Non-contact activated liquids with a microcluster structure are in fact supersensitive emission sensors responding to solar radiation as well, especially during periods of solar activity [7].

The above data suggests that basic biological mechanism of medicines is body water environments structurization by means of non-contact liquids activation, especially in the case of homeopathy.


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