Memory of Water
MEMORY OF WATER
The term "water memory" was coined by a journalist reporting on the work of French immunologist Jacques Benveniste in 1988. Benveniste's research claims that the configuration of water molecules is biologically active, and such biological activity can be reproduced in any other water samples. His claim furthers that water may contain DNA as an additional substance. His research subsequently attracted the attention of a Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Luc Montagnier. Dr. Montagnier, awarded the Nobel prize in medicine for the discovery of the HIV virus, published a paper entitled "DNA Waves and Water" in 2007, which picked up where Benveniste’s work left off. Dr. Montagnier and his team’s series of studies proves that the information in a DNA strand can be transmitted, via water, by electromagnetic emissions. Their scientific discoveries are considered a major step towards wider acknowledgement of hidden power of water.