Water

“Water is the driving force of all nature.” -Leonardo da Vinci

Where there is water, there is life. That is what is so exciting about finding water on other planets, the possibility of extraterrestrial life.

Suomi NPP space telescope took this in 2012. Image credit: NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring
Suomi NPP space telescope took this in 2012. Image credit: NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring

Our planet’s surface is covered in mostly water. Our cells are made of mostly water. Seawater and blood are chemically similar. “[Seawater] has even been used in transfusions in emergency situations when blood or plasma wasn’t available and the patient needed to have his blood volume maintained.” –Source

I looked into the structure of water, and was surprised to find that scientists aren’t certain of the geometry of the water molecule. “A recent review listed 46 distinct models, so indirectly indicating their lack of success in quantitatively reproducing the properties of real water.” –Source

The most popular water model (SPC/E) lists the distance between the hydrogen and oxygen atoms at exactly 1 Å (1 angstrom = 10^-10 m). The angle between the hydrogen “arms” (shown as theta in the chart below) varies from 102.7° to 113.24° across the 46 models.

Source http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/water_models.html
Source http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/water_models.html

One of the most complex models, Six-site, has the angle at exactly 108°, well within the limits of the rest of the models. Knowing what I do about sacred geometry and the divine proportion, I’d like to propose my own water model. Here it is:

My water model
My water model

The beautiful thing about my model is that water is based on the pentagon/pentagram, the symbol of life. I wrote about this in my Snowflake and a Flower post back in 2011, “5 is the number of life.”

Furthermore, when water freezes, it spontaneously orders itself in hexagonal structures. I wrote, “6 is the number of structure.” Water is its own 6/5 relation, no flower needed.

You can see the hexagonal structure at the molecular scale…

The molecular structure of water ice. Image by P99am CC BY-SA 3.0
The molecular structure of water ice. Image by P99am CC BY-SA 3.0

…and much larger at the scale of snowflakes:

snowflakes555

A question I posted on Facebook is, “How does each arm of a snowflake ‘know’ to grow itself in symmetry with the other arms? The arms are very far away from each other, atomically speaking. There must be a field that causes the spontaneous order to emerge.”

Some say it is sound that structures snowflakes but all you hear in a snowfall is silence. Some say it is the environmental conditions of pressure, temperature, humidity, etc that allows the crystals to grow exactly as they do. That is some “environment” or “music” to vary itself with such granularity such that every snowflake grown is unique.

My pond in winter
My pond in winter

Every snowflake appears to me like a crop circle design it is silent brilliance. If geometry were a song or a language then a snowfall would be a symphony or a work of treasured literature. If only we had the ears to hear or eyes to decode the geometric language, what we might learn!

“God geometrizes continually.” -Plato

There are 333 million cubic miles of water on Earth, an interesting volume. Of that only 0.003% is fresh, unpolluted water.

Fir0002/Flagstaffotos CC BY-NC
Fir0002/Flagstaffotos CC BY-NC

“You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” -Rumi

14 thoughts on “Water

  1. Hello Scott, have you heard of the crop circle ship? There is a series on youtube about it, saying that most crop circles are blueprints for building a machine that is running on water. Water might not just be the source of life but also of infinite power.Considering the fact that we don’t even know the exact structure of it, one can only imagine what surprises water will have for us in the future. Too bad that they stopped doing videos for the ship several years ago. But the other videos are still on.

  2. Water is fascinating. I have thought sometimes that what we call water is the fundamental medium which the universal mind, or god-mind, uses to dream up this planetary level play of life forms.
    I´ve found a lot more measurements in the last couple of months and think i will start blogging about them. If you´re interested i could send you some e-mails about some of them beforehand, to get some qualified input.

  3. Regarding CERN experiments;

    “They are also looking for gluon. This thrills me as a theologian. Gluon is essentially the overlaying of sound waves… particle physicists can’t understand why we don’t just fly apart… the actual matter that you’re made of would disappear on the head of a pin… you’re almost entirely motion… protons… neutrons… spinning electrons… you’re movement… that’s all you are… they don’t understand why you don’t just fly apart.

    Gluon is the overlaying of sound waves… it’s what holds everything together.

    It’s basically Genesis chapter 1… ‘And God spoke’ … God said ‘let there be’… God emits sound waves and he calls forth into somethingness out of nothingness these atomic constructs… and he makes the plants… he makes the animals.

    They’re looking for the voice of God.”

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/theyre-looking-for-the-voice-of-god-tom-horn-explains-the-dangers-of-cern-particle-experiments.html

    1. Nassim Haramein’s theory says that the strong force—the glue holding the atom together—is simply gravity. The mass of the proton is much higher than we realized, everything needs to be renormalized based on this new understanding. Haramein has united the physics of the small with the physics of the large.

  4. My friend, master the art of throat singing and you will find the visceral experience of sonic geometry, I promise you 😀

  5. love your work, scott! really fascinating stuff.

    regarding water: the works of austrian Viktor Schauberger (1885 – 1958) are a must-read to advance understanding of water. a true genius ahead of his time.

  6. What a beautiful lyrical scientific and just utterly heartbreaking too post Scott.The percentage of fresh water is so very tiny. Where I live in South Africa there are widespread areas of drought and the city of Cape Town is due to run out of water for its population by end of February even if it rains every day until then. Troops have been brought in to prevent violence due to lack of water in mid summer, and expected influx of tourists..the desalination plant proposed as solution will take 8 years to build..one drop in an ocean and an ocean in a drop thats for sure..

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