Himna un ūdens kristāli




Masaru Emoto ir nofotogrāfējis ūdens kristālus fonā skanot mūsu valsts himnai… iespaidīgi!
Šīs 2 minūtes skatoties var sūtīt Gaismu, Tīrību un Mīlestību Latvijai 




Masaru Emoto ir nofotogrāfējis ūdens kristālus fonā skanot mūsu valsts himnai… iespaidīgi!
Šīs 2 minūtes skatoties var sūtīt Gaismu, Tīrību un Mīlestību Latvijai 


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16.04.2011

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 guga  12:33:58 07.05.2011
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Masaru Emoto 'eksperimentiem' ar ūdeni kā zināms nav atkārtojamības. Vienīgā patiesība visā šajā ir tā, ka ūdenī mēdz būt dažāda līmeņa mikrokristāliskas struktūras, un pagaidām tas arī viss.

Līdz ar to visu šo materiālu pagaidām nav iespējams uzskatīt par neko citu kā spekulācijām ar cilvēku prātiem.

Acīmredzot pilnīgi analogu skaistu kristālu fotogrāfijas viņš varētu iegūt arī no ūdens, pie kura tiek skaitīti krievu lamu vārdi, tāpat kā neglītas struktūras dažādās sabrukšanas stadijās pie Latvijas himnas.

Un tādā veidā varētu arī pierādīt, ka nav nekā skaistāka par krievu lamu vārdiem.

Visa šāda pseidozinātne nodara nelabojumu ļaunumu nenobriedušiem cilvēku prātiem un ārkārtīgi diskreditē visu, kas saistīts ar garīgumu patiesi meklējošu un izglītotu jauniešu acīs. Tas ir ceļš kā sagraut garīgumu, nevis to celt.

In the day-to-day work of his group, the creativity of the photographers rather than the rigor of the experiment is an explicit policy of Emoto.[9] Emoto freely acknowledges that he is not a scientist,[10][dead link] and that photographers are instructed to select the most pleasing photographs.[11]

In 2003, James Randi publicly offered Emoto one million dollars if his results can be reproduced in a double-blind study.[12]

In 2005, Kristopher Setchfield from the Natural Science Department at Vermont published a paper[13] that analyzed deeper motives regarding Emoto's study. In his paper, Kristopher writes,

Unfortunately for his credibility with the scientific community, Dr. Emoto sells products based on his claims. For example, the products page of Emoto's Hado website is currently offering 'geometrically perfect' 'Indigo water' that is 'highly charged hexagonally structured concentrate,' and supposedly creates 'structured water' that is 'more easily assimilated at the cellular level' for $35 for an eight-ounce bottle. Without providing scientific research references for the allegedly amazing qualities of his Indigo Water, Emoto's commercial venture calls to mind ethical concerns regarding his intent and motivation—questions that would not be present if any scientist had published research supporting his claims.

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A better-controlled 'triple-blind' follow-up study published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration did not yield positive results. More than 1,900 of Mr. Emoto's followers focused gratitude on water bottles in a vault over a period of three days. The water was then frozen and compared to two different sets of controls in a very elaborate protocol. The crystals, both 'treated' and not, on average, were not considered to be particularly beautiful (scoring 1.7 on a scale of 0 to 6, where 6 was very beautiful). The treated crystals were also rated slightly less beautiful than a set of controls. An objective comparison of contrast did not reveal any significant differences among the samples.