Impact of Wi-Fi Energy on EZ Water

" It is well-known that water has three phases: solid, liquid and gas. Yet, a gel-like phase of water, called Exclusion-Zone (EZ) or “fourth-phase” water has recently been identified [1-5]. In this phase, molecules are ordered, commonly forming a liquid crystal around hydrophilic surfaces, including those inside the cell.

Thus, the body’s cells are largely filled with EZ water, a feature critical for cell function [3]. Agents that impair cell function may act by diminishing the quantity of EZ water, while health promoting agents generally build EZ water [6]." {Credits 1}

" Under the conditions of these experiments, exposure to Wi-fi energy diminished EZ size by 15-20%. The results were statically significant, indicating the negative effect of the Wi-Fi energy on EZ size. Hence, the presence of Wi-fi has a negative impact on EZ-water buildup." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Lee, J. W., & Pollack, G. L. (2021). Impact of Wi-Fi Energy on EZ Water. ScienceOpen Preprints. This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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