The Super-Coherent State of Biological Water

" In the present work, it is presented the Quantum Electro Dynamics (QED) approach to water, ... According to QED, an essential rerequisite is that H2O molecules possess continually fluctuating dipole moments and that fluctuating dipole moments radiate electromagnetic fields (EMF). In a two-body interaction between atoms or molecules mediated by electromagnetic field, only static fields are important. But in the general case of N-body interactions, the time-dependent radiative part of the EMF is no longer negligible and, as a result, the small individual fluctuations of many individual components may superpose coherently (in phase)." {Credits 1}

" The interaction between the vacuum EMF and liquid water induces the formation of large, stable coherent domains (CDs) of about 100 nm in diameter at ambient conditions, and these CDs may be responsible for all the special properties of water including life itself. The CD is a self-produced cavity for the EMF; the photon of the trapped EMF acquires an imaginary mass, and is therefore unable to leave the CD." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Messori, C., Prinzera, S. V., & di Bardone, F. B. (2019). The super-coherent state of biological water. Open Access Library Journal, 6(02), 1. © 2019 by author(s) and Open Access Library Inc. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License.

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