Superconducting and Superfluid Quantum Coherent Water in Nanospaces

Mae-Wan Ho (b. 12 November 1941, Hong Kong; UK citizen) is a geneticist known for her critical views on genetic engineering and neo-Darwinism.Ho has authored or co-authored a number of publications, including 10 books, such as The Rainbow and the Worm, the Physics of Organisms (1993, 1998), Genetic Engineering: Dream or Nightmare? (1998, 1999), and Living with the Fluid Genome (2003).

Proton currents associated with water in nanospaces are the key to intercommunication in living organisms. They provide a ‘proton-neural network’ that regulates redox reactions in the core energy metabolism throughout the liquid crystalline matrix of the body and into the interior of every single cell and its compartments. This proton-neural network has all the characteristics of the acupuncture meridian system of traditional Chinese Medicine. New evidence shows that water in various nanospaces adopt new quantum states dependent on the precise dimensions; at certain critical dimensions, water confined in nanospaces superconduct proticity and also become superfluid. The quantum electrodynamics theory of Emilio Del Giudice and colleagues provides a unifying framework for the new science of water for life.

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