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    Sunday, February 28, 2010


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    So cool! At last I get more info on this theory!I read an article a number of years ago,(I only remember it was a couple of years before Scott passed over..)about a french research scientist that had been investigating the validity of homeopathic medicine.During the course of his research,he became focused on just how much of something needed to be in a solution in order for the body to"recognize"its presence.To his amazement he was never able to make a determination,because it seemed as though the body continued to"recognize"the"presence" even after it(the active ingredient)had (seemingly),been completely removed from the solution!I have never forgotten how fascinating I found the prospect of water actually having a memory!and the implications therof.Unfortunately,I could never remember his name....thnx Jane!!! JayBird

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