Documentary - Water just a liquid or much more? New analyses of this life giving substance have caused a sensation around the world. Many researchers are convinced that water is capable of storing information and retrieving it. This documentary looks at water's memory and attempts to find out what scientific surprises still lie in store from worldwide research into this area. Scientists have found out, for example, that water can store measurable information even without any contact. - Nicole Weber, Peter Gruber, Eshel Ben-Jacob
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