Korotkov, K1,*; Orlov, D1
Key Words: electrophotonics, photons, structured water, water energy, GDV, water quality, memory of water
Received 9 September 2009; revised 29 December; accepted 15 January 2010. Published 12 February 2010; available online 12 February 2010.
A new method of monitoring water properties—dynamic Electrophotonic (EPC) analysis—has been developed. It is based on measuring water by using computer processing programs to gage how the water surface has been stimulated by electromagnetic field photon emissions. The technology is based on the well known gas-discharge visualization (GDV) method. Numerous experiments demonstrated high sensitivity of the EPC analysis for detecting weak transformations of water under the influence of electromagnetic fields, air, light, and other subtle factors. The EPC method was used to dectect the difference between natural and synthetic liquids. Different liquids, such as blood, saliva, microbiological cultures, and oils may be studied by this approach as well. There is evidence that allows us to propose that EPC image properties are determined by the structure of the near-surface clusters, which means that the electrophotonic method is one of the informative methods for studying structural properties of liquids.