Water as a fractal of the Unified Field dynamics

565px-hex-iceOne of the main features I believe is a part of the new physics is its return to explaining the universe in terms of familiar things – in particular the alchemical elements.

In Nassim Haramein’s descriptions of his unified physics and quantum gravity models he often uses the metaphor of water dynamics. For instance in the analogy of the way water goes down the drain in a bathtub by spinning into a vortex that sucks in nearby objects floating on the surface.  Also his patent for his device for drawing on the vaccum energy is called a Harmonic Flux Resonator and listed as a way of modifying hydrodynamics of plasma.

Nassim’s work is geometrically based, and at the most fundamental level spacetime is seen as being a honeycomb of overlapping spheres of energy each having a singularity at its centre. This creates a 3d Flower of Life, and the smaller forms within it. Much of this is based on Buckminster Fuller’s work, and Fuller gave the names Vector Equilibrium, and Isotropic Vector Matrix, to 2 of the most important units of the space filling ‘honeycomb’.  In fact the VE familly of shapes is the true 3D equivalent of the flower of life pattern in 2D, and both show the fundamental triangular and hexagonal symmetries of spacetime.

Recently I have discovered research on a new state of water besides solid liquid and gas that is being called EZ water (exclusion zone water).  It seems that at its boundary water purifies itself, driving any impurities away from the boundary into the bulk of the water.  It does this through following the path of least resistance for its own energetic geometry rather than any chemical reaction.
This made me realise that there are some parallels between the boundary of a region of water and Nassim’s model of the boundary of a subatomic particle.
These parallels are so strong that I would suggest that water is a fractal expression of the same dynamics as the vacuum, obviously at a vastly different scale and with unique new characteristics, but none the less relevant in our understanding of both realms.

The most obvious similarity to me is the idea that a subatomic particle is conceptualised as filled with PSUs in a tetrahedral pattern, and that the boundary is conceptualised as these same spheres in a hexagonal pattern.  Add to this the idea that water has memory and information encoding potential and the analogy becomes even more interesting.

Here are some videos of the main proponent of the EZ Water theory Dr Gerald Pollack explaining some fascinating properties of this ubiquitous liquid of life ~

More coming when time allows 🙂