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Why Does Water Have Memory?

Alick Bartholomew, author & publisher, biographer of Viktor Schauberger, considers the magical qualities of water;how it is entangled with the very meaning of life.

How does water stimulate and regulate life? The author’s new book ‘The Story of Water’ describes the water cycles; how water stores information; its magical properties; water management and its role in food production; the risks to the supply of fresh water through climate change and political conflict; how water is entangled with the very meaning of life. He will share the latest research from quantum biology into water as the medium of communication between organisms and the environment.


Alick Bartholomew | talks | www


Date and Time:

8 December 2010 at 7:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution
16-18 Queen Square
01225 312084

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