Dr Luc Montagnier
Wave Biology  (video)

Nobel prize-winning biologist Luc Montagnier has demonstrated the ability of DNA to communicate by low-frequency radio waves and to impart to water a persisting “nanostructure” which possesses the ability to reconstitute the DNA without the immediate presence of the organism. He calls this new branch of science `Wave Biology`.

Structured Water (video)

Thanks to new techniques and methodologies of measurement, international research scientists have confirmed that water emits and retains electromagnetic signals. It has also been established that specific frequencies and processes can influence waters’ molecular structure.
In its coherent quantistic state water behaves as a sort of ‘bio-computer.’ This means that water can record and transmit information.
In the following video Nobel Prize, Dr. Luc Montagnier confirmed the presence of electromagnetic waves generating from water molecules as well as the physiological importance of its molecular structure for our health.

Dr John - The water puzzle and the heagonal key

The water puzzle and the heagonal key

Dr. Mu Shik Jhon (1932-2004), the world's foremost leading authority on water science, has proven that the existence of a specific water structure known as ‘hexagonal water’ is present in various regions throughout the world. The dynamics of such a class of water has long been venerated for its healing properties and medicinal effects.

Dr. Jhon found that the replenishment of hexagonal structured water in our body can improve vitality, combat, and possibly even pre-empt degenerative disease and, have the potential to slow down the aging process itself.

Gerald Pollack
The 4th Phase of Water  (video)

At the 'very small' end of things (quantum), there is unity and cooperation (coherence). This allows individual components to meet together as a larger organism.
(Note that the highest expression of consistency is achieved when the mathematical ratio Phi=1.618 is employed. This is also known as "The Golden Ratio").
University of Washington Bioengineering Professor Gerald Pollack says that not all water is H2O, a radical departure from what you may have learned from textbooks.