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Claims that water can hold memories

There is no scientific evidence to support the claim that water can hold memories or be influenced in such a way that it can be seen while crystallizing the water and snapping a photo [1]. The idea that water can be influenced by thoughts, emotions, or intentions and that this can be observed through changes in its crystalline structure was popularized by Dr. Masaru Emoto. However, his experiments and research have been widely criticized for lacking scientific rigor and failing to meet the standards of reproducibility and control [1]. While water is a fascinating substance with many unique properties, the notion that it can hold memories or be influenced in this manner is not supported by empirical evidence.





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