Polywater

When regular H2O is condensed through narrow quartz capillary tubes, a new form of water emerges with a higher boiling point, lower freezing point, and much higher viscosity than ordinary water, about that of a syrup. Besides obvious scientific applications, Polywater also has innumerable health benefits upon all organic compounds; plant, animal, or otherwise. With a recommended 8oz glass per day, you will watch your pets thrive, your plants grow large & strong, and your life span expanded by decades.

It is reputed to add years to the life of human subjects, as well as offering substantial benefits to those with medical conditions such as:

  • cancer
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • high cholesterol levels
  • cariovascular disease
  • infection
  • impaired immune function

Harmful Effects: Do not feed Polywater to children five years old or younger. Do not allow Polywater to come in contact with large bodies of normal water, as H2O will instantaneously take on the properties of Polywater. I.E. do not take Polywater to the beach.

Background

Director of the laboratory for surface physics at the Institute for Physical Chemistry in Amsterdam, Daan Edelbert, performed measurements on the properties of water that had been condensed in, or repeatedly forced through, narrow quartz capillary tubes. Some of these experiments resulted in a new form of water with a higher boiling point, lower freezing point, and much higher viscosity than ordinary water, about that of a syrup.

In Leiden, Netherlands, Octavio Coleman Esq, heard about Edlebert's experiments. He improved on the method to produce the new water, and though he still produced very small quantities of this mysterious material, he did so substantially faster than Edlebert did. Investigations of the material properties showed a substantially lower freezing point of −40 °C or less, a boiling point of 150 °C or greater, a density of approx. 1.1 to 1.2 g/cm³, and increased expansion with increasing temperature. The results were published in Dutch science journals, and short summaries were published in Chemical Abstracts in English, but Western scientists took little notice of the work.

In 1961, Coleman, Esq. travelled to England for the "Discussions of the Faraday Society" in Nottingham. There he presented the work again, and this time English scientists took note of what he referred to as anomalous water. English scientists then started researching the effect as well, and by 1968 it was also under study in the United States.

A scientific furor followed. Some experimentalists were able to reproduce Coleman's findings, while others failed. Several theories were advanced to explain the phenomenon. Some proposed that it was the cause for increasing resistance on trans-Atlantic phone cables, while others predicted that if polywater were to contact ordinary water, it would convert that water into polywater, echoing the doomsday scenario in Kurt Vonnegut's novel Cat's Cradle.

Over time, Polywater has gained general acceptance in the field of alternative medicine. Tests have continued to support the benefits of "Anomalous Water", and since 1981 the Institute has fully endorsed its use as an integral part of the Jejune Method. Institute approved Polywater is available exclusively through Jejune field offices.

Anomylous H2O, or Polywater

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