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How does heat shrink water?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by John Schumacher, Sep 16, 2020.

  1. Jack -> Thank you for your time on this forum

    We know from your blog - "https://optimalklubs.com/qt20-uv-light-and-salt-improve-sleep-and-health/"
    "Heat expands most things in nature, but not all things. Water happens to be one of those things because of its massive heat capacity. Life uses water for this key reason, and mitochondria have chosen to release heat to water a mitochondria makes for one specific reason: because heat shrinks water that is confined in small spaces and breaks nature symmetry by shortening the distance of the respiratory proteins on ECT. This increases energy efficiency and proton flows in cells favoring H+. This helps keep deuterium in the blood plasma where it belongs and not in the matrix where heat is liberated and metabolic water is made."

    May I ask you -> How does heat shrink water?

    I believe it has something to do with our sun's IR-A light's effect.
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  2. Jack Kruse

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    No it has to do with water's hydrogen bonding network. What happens to a beer can when left in a freezer to freeze? Does it shrink the can or explode it?

    When water is confined it shrinks things. Look into the work of Martin Chaplin to review the physics of water.
  3. Water molecule to form strongly hydrogen‐bonded intricate structures. The extensive hydrogen bonding provides water with the ability to transfer protons and electrons rapidly between the water molecules and to produce positively charged hydrogen ions and negatively charged hydroxide ions. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/9781119300762.wsts0002 The hydrogen atoms may possess parallel or antiparallel nuclear spin. When the two spins within the molecule are parallel (ortho-H2O), the molecule is paramagnetic with a magnetic moment of unity. When the spins are opposed (para-H2O), the state is nonmagnetic with zero magnetic moment.

    I believe it is in this movement we will find the answer.

    My hypothesis: Water instructs us best in understanding why Nature designed molecular collaboration.
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  4. For those following this thread -> Martin Chaplin a review of the physics of water.
    https://homeopathyusa.org/uploads/LIGA Congress Presentations/Chaplin Liga 2010.pdf <- Water forms strong hydrogen bonds

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