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Electric Universe 2012 Conference:
The Human Story

1: Gerald Pollack Lecture
The Role of Water in the Electric Body

2: Robert Johnson Lecture
Plasma Behavior in the Floating
Water Bridge and Biology

The role of water is central in understanding how biological systems work. Our body is 99% water molecules. At the interface of cellular material these water molecules become a highly structured liquid crystal medium. This liquid crystal carries charge and is in dynamic relationship to charge of tissue in the body and the electromagnetic energy in the environment we live in.

Dr. Pollack is a professor in the bioengineering department of the University of Washington. He has
spent the last 10 years researching the role of water in biological tissue. His discoveries will have a profound impact on the nature of disease and healing.

Filamentary current flow with self-organizing electromagnetic structure is a fundamental mode of transport in plasma. Application of the same principles to the Floating Water Bridge phenomenon and to tubular biological flows reveals insights into hitherto unexplained behavior in both cases.

Mr. Johnson is an independent researcher, a longstanding supporter of the Plasma Universe paradigm,
and author of the original outline for the “Essential Guide to the Electric Universe.”

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Filmed by Ben Ged Low  at the 2012 Electric Universe Conference: The Human Story.  (Approximately 1 hour 21 minutes.)

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Role of Water/Plasma Behavior DVD                                          $20.00

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