Dr. Paul Pierce, a leading scientist studying effect of human consciousness on water molecules first promoted by Dr. Masaru Emoto, has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds. Dr. Pierce and his team want to conduct an unbiased scientific experiment to investigate water’s ability to hold memory.
“The experiment could open the door to new technology that would help people around the world find access to clean water,” notes Dr. Pierce. His work in this area may provide a way to battle the problem of poor water access, which currently plagues millions around the globe.
For more information, see http://www.novatx.com
Dr. Pierce is the president of Nova Biologicals, Inc., a group that has worked since 1993 to provide the world with microbiological testing services to help companies, municipalities and others identify disease microorganisms and other infestations in water supplies. The company works with public water drinking systems, medical device companies, pharmaceutical companies and universities to provide microbiological testing for all requirements.
According to Dr. Pierce, “Our goal at Nova is to be a laboratory leader. As laboratory leaders, we focus on the customer’s inquiry and effectively communicate with them to ensure that all needs and requirements are consistently met. In the end, when Nova helps its customers protect America’s health and wellbeing, we have worked together toEnhance Human Life.” Now, this experiment will help the world to understand the relationship between human energy and water, the most precious commodity on the planet.
As seen at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/does-water-hold-memory-science-can-end-the-debate, the IndieGoGo campaign offers pledge levels from $1 to $10,000, with perks ranging from thermoses and t-shirts to a chance to interact with the chief scientist in the investigation.
For more information, see the IndieGoGo campaign page.
About Water Memory Experiment:
The Water Memory Experiment is a project that could help billions of people in need of clean water. Dr. Paul Pierce and his team have launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for this experiment.
Company Name: Does water hold memory?
Contact Person: Scott Salter
City: Santa Monica
Country: United States