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Gerald Pollack: The 4th Phase of Water | EU 2013 Off-Stage

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Published on Feb 2, 2013

One of the most discussed topics at this year's Electric Universe Conference was the electrical component of biology. One of the speakers who shared new research with us was Gerald Pollack, a professor of bioengineering at the University of Washington. Dr Pollack studies structured water, a relatively unknown fourth phase that his team has found to be a common component of life as we know it. In this interview, Dr Pollack discusses new findings that hint at an electric function of this crystalline water that may be related to photosynthesis, but within the human body.

Listen to the complete 20-minute interview with Dr. Pollack, in which we go into much further detail about structured water's surprising possibilities, on The Thunderbolts Project Pocast at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t...

And learn more about the project at www.thunderbolts.info.

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