The speakers at this years water conference are some of the titans of science.

 

Dr. Gerald Pollack.

 

Rupert Sheldrake

 

Dr. Masaru Emoto

 

 http://www.waterconf.org/

IT WILL BE HELD
FROM OCTOBER 9th TO OCTOBER 12th, 2014
in BULGARIA  in five-star hotel Orlovetz, Pamporovo

 

Name Affiliation Title of Talk Abstract
Luc Montagnier Nobel prize laureate,World Foundation for Aids Research and Prevention Digital DNA transduction in living cells
Yasuyuli Nemoto Emoto Peace Project, Japan “Message from water” and science
Gerald Pollack University of Washington, USA The Institute for Venture Science: a new Foundation supporting promising ideas that challenge conventional thinking
Anton Fedorenko
Jeremy Pfeiffer
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
Pond Science Institute, USA
Material property changes under the influence of information
Alberto Tedeschi WHITE Holographic Bioresonance, Italy On the coherent water’s edge
Alexander Konovalov A.Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Kazan Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Kazan, Russia Federation The «Threshold Concentrations» are the Clue Points in the Behavior of High Diluted Aqueous Solutions.
Antonella de Ninno ENEA On the influence of the magnetic fields on the chemical reaction kinetic: is it a macroscopic quantum effect?
Arturo Cepeda World Academy of Neural Therapy according to Huneke, Ecuador Human Daily Encounter With Water: universal vector of nutrients or toxins
Benny Johannson Akloma Bioscience AB, Sweden Do quantum state oscillations in natural drinking water benefit human health?
Beverly Rubik  Institute for Frontier Science, Oakland, USA Non-Equilibrium Processes and Self-Organization in Aqueous Colloids
Dean Radin (webinar) Institute of Noetic Sciences, USA. Was Buddha just a nice guy? Was Buddha just a nice guy?
Elmar Fuchs Wetsus, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands Protons and the electrical conduction in a floating water bridge
Ernst Zürcher Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland Chronobiology of Trees and the Fourth Phase of Water
Georgios Kontogeorgis Technical University of Denmark, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Center for Energy Thermodynamics of Water and Water Solutions – Questions, Myths and some Answers
Giuseppe Vitiello University of Salerno, Italy The language of water: from information to meaning. Scale-free neurodynamics in the dissipative many-body
Igor Jerman Bion Institute Droplet evaporation method as a potential scientific tool for the detection of supramolecular order in water.
James DeMeo Orgone Biophysical Research Lab Spectrographic Signatures in Water Induced by Radiant Fields from Enclosures of Various Materials
Livio Giuliani ISPESL, Italy Water: an universal amplifier for the signals of life
Maewan Ho Institute of Science in Society, London Superconducting and Superfluid Quantum Coherent Water in Nanospaces
Marcus Reid Research Laboratory for Vacuum Energy, Germany Charge separation through coherent water oszillation in nano-structures embeded between two diodes
Michael Thomson FRSC, Department of Chemistry and Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering
University of Toronto
Hydration of ultra-thin surface films and its role in enhancement of biocompatibility of medical devices
Patrizio Signanini Department of Engineering and Geology, University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy Capillary rise of water in porous media: a thermo-dynamic process
Jan Capjon Forest Row, Sussex, England Vitalization of water through dynamic flow: Foundation for water – background and present research
Roberto Germano PROMETE Srl_ CNR Spin off, Italy Electron extraction from bi-distilled water
Robin Ras Aalto University School of Science, Espoo, Finland Exploring dynamics and dissipation on superhydrophobic surfaces with magnetic water drops
Roumiana Tsenkova Kobe University, Japan “Aquaphotomics: Non-invasive Spectral Analysis of Water Molecular Dynamics as a Holistic Way to Reveal Bio system Functionality”
Stoyan R. Vezenkov Department of Language and Speech Therapy, South West University Neofit Rilski, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria Could water be used as a sensor of brain activity?
Toshihiro Hirai Dielectric polymer gels as an electrically active soft actuator
Vittorio Elia University of Naples Federico II Solid Water at room temperature and pressure: a mass spectrometry and thermogravimetry study.
Vladimir Voeikov Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Biology, Moscow, Russia Likeness Between Peculiarities of the Development of Non-equilibrium State of Bicarbonate Aqueous Systems and Developmental Patterns of Living Organisms
Yosef Scolnik Israel Institute for Advanced Research, Rehovot, Israel Is water chiral? (Experimental evidence of chiral preference of water)

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