Thursday, 23 February 2012

Plants, Water, Microwaves, and Wo-Built: Quality of Space = Better Quality of Life

Microwaved Water and Plants, Science Project, by Arielle ReynoldsImage: Grade 6 Science Project: Microwaved water kills plants.
Image Credit: Arielle Reynolds

"I put instant coffee in a microwave oven and almost went back in time."

- Steven Wright, American comedian, actor and writer
Source: BrainyQuote

Microwaves. They are ubiquitous, indispensable tools in our busy lifestyles. How could we ever live without them? Well, I for one have lived quite comfortably without one since 2008, as have my retired parents, and numerous friends and acquaintances. Why? What’s the big deal with microwaved food?

Do a Google search for “microwaved water” and see for yourself. It seems to “kill” some unknown quality of water that seems to be essential to life (plants anyway).

Now certainly, microwaving water doesn’t change the fact that it’s water — H2O. But scientists are discovering that there’s more to water than just its fundamental molecular structure. Water, it seems, has structure. What’s more, its structure appears capable of storing information … “memory.” Water has Memory
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It appears what water is exposed to affects its structure; and, microwaving water appears to have adverse effects on plants which consume it.

Is it possible that there’s more to the question of water quality than “purity?” Now, we know that traditionally, water quality is affected by the physical environment: impurities that are absorbed in the water. But what about the energetic qualities of the environment; the “space” water occupies? Human Emotions Alter Water Molecules!
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All of this is purely observational at this point, since serious scientific investigations have yet to be conducted to determine what, if anything, is going on in the above uncontrolled experiments.

But it begs the question: what are the effects of microwaving food? Or holding a cellphone against one’s head? Or walking around harboring negative emotions all day? People have observed plants growing better when they talk nicely to them. What is going on here?

Wo-Built knows that space has a quality to it that cannot be measured scientifically yet, but can be directly experienced. This “intangible quality” affects (and is affected by) everything: water, plants, people, lighting, decor—energy.

That’s why Wo-Built “feels” our designs as much as think them through. It’s why we are the Vision Builder: we help you envision what the look n’ feel of the design will be. And you can always see and feel the results. This whole other dimension of quality is another way Wo-Built builds your life better.

Attila Lendvai
VP of Strategic Development
Wo-Built Inc. - Innovative Design and Build

Here is more links to helpful information: Quality of life Quality of space – quality of life
AESOP European Urban Summer School 2011 The Conference "Designing the Future: The Market and Quality of Life"
The Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) Conference 10th April 2008 at Flagey - Brussels, Belgium Adding Value to Your House – How About Adding Value to Your Life?!

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