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When the observed fact does not correspond to a famous theory the fact. has to be accepted and the theory rejected A theory must be modified to be. adapted to nature and not nature to adapt itself to the theory. Claude Bernard Introduction la M decine Exp rimentale. Table of Contents, Chapter One Introduction 5 7, Chapter Two Memory of Water Theory Explained 8 13. Chapter Three Homeopathic Application of the Theory 14 22. Chapter Four How the Body Uptakes the Remedy 23 26. Chapter Five Scientific Experimentation 27 32, Chapter Six Opposition to the Theory 33 39. Chapter Seven Conclusion 40 42, Bibliography 43 46. One of the greatest questions I have in homeopathy is a question that faces. the medical community at large How does it work Hahnemann and Kent have. set a precedent that it is not necessary for the practitioner to prove how. homeopathy works that clinical success is support enough of the practice. Unfortunately in the post modern world of evidence based science homeopathy. has yet to secure its place Although many theories have been researched and. proposed each has failed to be recognized as sound scientific proof Homeopathy. bears a double edged sword of being subject to controls on our remedies while at. the same time being deemed the medicine of placebo prescribing. In this paper I will critique the modern theory on the physics of water. memory and how this theory can scientifically apply to homeopathic preparation. and action My ultimate goal is to provide a resource that helps bridge the gap. between scientific theory and the homeopathic action of remedies By bringing. forward a paper on what is to date the most comprehensive theory on. homeopathic plausibility I hope to stimulate an interest in professional homeopaths. to understand the science behind homeopathic theory thereby enabling them to. educate the public about this system of medicine, Introduction. The concept of water having a memory is most often referred to as a possible. explanation for how homeopathy works When one first learns about homeopathy. the process of dilution and succussion is explained as a process by which each. remedy is diluted over and over again and at each stage of dilution the remedy. gets vigorously yet methodically shaken Common sense tells us that the more. something is diluted the weaker it becomes Yet in homeopathic practice we. observe the effects of remedies increasing through this process Even homeopaths. would agree that simple dilution would not produce effective remedies. Hahnemann himself knew that results were soon lost when substances were diluted. without succussion as mentioned in the Organon footnote 269d p 237. Daily we hear homeopathic medicinal potencies referred to as mere dilutions when they are in. fact the opposite There is a true opening up of the natural substances produced by trituration and. succussion bringing to the revelatory light of day the specific medicinal powers that lie hidden in. their inner wesen The non medicinal dilution medium merely helps as a supervening accessory. condition For example the simple dilution of a grain of salt in a large amount of water results in. just plain water the grain of salt disappears and never becomes the medicinal salt natrum. muriaticum that our well prepared dynamizations have heightened to such admirable strength. Hahnemann describes at length the exact process that must be followed in. dilution and succussion not only in the Organon but in his Lesser Writings as well. Unfortunately he often referred to potentization as releasing internal spirit like. medicinal powers which led to great criticism from the orthodox medical. community From his time until present any reference to spirit usually lowers. credibility as spirit is not known to be scientifically proven Even using the term. dynamization implies some kind of etheric nature to the process which then gets. written off as metaphysical and unscientific Most scientists and physicians dismiss. homeopathy as quackery due to this seemingly flawed theory of spirit and invisible. powers However more and more research is being done within physics which is. revealing to us a microscopic world that is far more complex than anyone could. have imagined, Some argue that technology is not yet advanced enough to measure the.
activity of a homeopathic remedy Others say that the homeopathic paradigm is so. outside the realm of scientific protocol that it cannot be confirmed within the. medical science confines as we know them Still others think homeopathy is being. suppressed from research and the social mainstream due to pharmaceutical. corporate control One thing is certain Natural Law supersedes any theory. humanity can propose If homeopathy obeys Natural Law as we study in our. homeopathic education to be true then there is a method of proof waiting for. discovery Quantum physics seems to be the most likely field by which this. discovery is waiting, It is common acceptable theory that the three dimensional structure of a. molecule can play as significant a role in how that substance behaves as does its. chemical formula for example the allotropes of carbon When carbon is crystallized. due to low temperature and high pressure it becomes a diamond It is still. chemically carbon but the carbon atoms are tetrahedrally bonded in structure. This different form of bonding fundamentally changes its physical properties On. the opposite spectrum of carbon we have graphite Again chemically still carbon. but it is bonded in hexagonal or rhombohedral structure The memory of water. theory suggests that water also has the ability to change its structure and. therefore its properties, The basic principle of the water memory concept is that water can retain a. memory of the substances it has been previously exposed to and can therefore. maintain the properties of those substances even after the physical substance is. removed The most common questions that arise are How does it do this Why. does it seem to have a selective memory for only the homeopathic substance. How does the body then interpret this message And why if homeopathy seems so. convinced of the evidence is the rest of the world not listening. Memory of Water Theory Explained, The water molecule is made up of one atom of oxygen and two atoms of. hydrogen which are covalently bonded Each molecule of water is then joined. together by a hydrogen bond Water behaves in many unique ways due to the. hydrogen bonds that hold the molecules together Hydrogen bonds are a. distinctive type of bond in the field of chemistry The hydrogen bonds in water. become quite strong due to the fact that 4 bonds can form on each molecule In. water electromagnetic coupling of the hydrogen bonds occurs called cooper pairs. This pairing makes the hydrogen bonds stronger up to 20 times stronger in water. than other substances The hydrogen bonds of the water molecules are constantly. forming and breaking apart lasting for only fractions of a second but moving in and. out of structured formation termed flickering clusters Delinick 2006 p 124. Unlike any other substance water expands when it reaches solid state. Generally a solid state implies a greater density therefore it should contract in. size Water reaches a maximum density at 4 C and as it continues to cool it. begins to lose density The crystalline structure that develops in freezing water. due to hydrogen bonding results in a lower density This allows the ice to float in. water Water also defies Newton s law of cooling as hot water actually freezes. faster than cold water This phenomenon is known as Mpemba effect The. evaporation of the hot water actually allows for faster cooling Convection is also a. factor in the Mpemba effect as the hot water cools from the surface causing the. cooler water to then sink This creates a current in the water furthering. evaporation and surface cooling When compared to cold water it remains steady. in temperature due to the lack of convection evaporation Water is known to have. at least 64 anomalous properties including anomalies in thermodynamics phase. material and physical, Water has the second highest specific heat capacity of any known chemical. compound as well as a high heat of vaporization both of which are a result of the. extensive hydrogen bonding between its molecules Water is also known as the. universal diluent as it can dissolve almost anything When a substance is dissolved. it means the solution is at equilibrium and molecularly every molecule of solute is. separated by water molecules Because of the obtuse angle at which the atoms. within each molecule of water are joined a wide variety of patterns and structures. can form in linking the molecules together To put this into a familiar context the. constant changing of bonds is the reason why no two snowflakes are alike. Although the overall charge of the water molecule is neutral it is a polar molecule. The oxygen atom has a slight negative charge while the hydrogen s have a slight. positive charge The effect of these charges results in what is known as a dipole. moment The interactions between the different dipoles of each molecule cause a. net attraction force which contributes to water s high amount of surface tension. Water has no reproducible pattern at equilibrium no organization it is a. random disbursement of molecules However water has shown the ability to self. organize Meaning that when a stress is put on the system pressure heat matter. etc it begins to arrange itself in specific patterns often referred to as. spatiotemporal patterns Every spatiotemporal pattern formed also develops a. specific electromagnetic frequency Water1 can be in at least two phases as has. been proven since the 1970 s Roy et al 2004 p 6 One phase is called a crystal. lattice which has a great deal of order The other phase is a complete fluid which. has random equilibrium The change of water to the crystal lattice phase is not. always permanent Most often it lasts only while under stress and once the stress. is gone the water returns to a random equilibrium, Many experiments have shown that the organization of water lasts much.
longer than researchers had theorized For permanent self organization to occur. three criteria must be met Delinick 2006 p 122, 1 The presence of one or more external constraints stressors. 2 Breaking of symmetry, 3 The solution must be kept far from equilibrium. The external constraint is important to the process of self organization as it. provides the initial stress on the water which moves it away from equilibrium The. introduction of an external constraint pushes the water towards its critical. 1Please note water refers only to the liquid phase of H2O Its solid phase is ice and its gaseous. phase is vapour, threshold it is moving from a simple state to a more complex one When complex. behaviour is dominating the water the molecules change from Brownian motion of. random vibration to a more specific oscillation You could say the molecules are. now watching the behaviour of their neighbour Correlations start to exist as the. water tries to establish a new balance the system has gone from simple to. complex behaviour This is called symmetry breaking Symmetry breaking can be. described as how it changes our static geometric view of space into one where. space is shaped by the functions going into the system Delinick 2006 pp 99. 100 The water is trying to recover the state of equilibrium but is still under the. influence of the external constraint As this continues the tendency to return to. the previous state of equilibrium is lost and a new order develops. The longer the water is kept away from equilibrium the greater the chance. of it reaching its critical threshold Critical threshold is a term used in physics. biology economics and ecology It is a succession of phases first building up. pressure and then breaking through When a system is under the value of the. critical threshold a phenomenon tends to abort Above the threshold it tends to. grow exponentially In a solution of water critical threshold is determined by the. amount of area within the dilution that is required to be oscillating with a similar. spatiotemporal pattern in order for that particular pattern to become dominant. When the critical threshold is reached we have what is called a fossil object. Delinick 2006 p 130 If no other stress is placed on the water this fossil will. remain intact This fossil acts like a cage or a shell of water molecules forming the. specific spatiotemporal patterns The shape can be chains helixes clusters or any. complex three dimensional shape They are the foundation of the crystal lattice. and can be referred to as clathrate structures They are more ordered than normal. water They easily interact with neighbouring molecules allowing for greater. proton conductivity and they may cause an entropy decrease as they dissipate at a. remarkably slow rate The benefit of increased proton conductivity is that protons. can now be shared by water molecules that are not in direct contact with each. other This is thought to happen by a solution mechanism induced by the non. linear interactions of the water Delinick 2006 p 135 This sharing allows for. greater stability of the hydrogen bonding as the once independent molecules are. now dependant on each other thus holding formation Although the initial external. but it is bonded in hexagonal or rhombohedral structure The memory of water theory suggests that water also has the ability to change its structure and therefore its properties The basic principle of the water memory concept is that water can retain a memory of the substances it has been previously exposed to and can therefore

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