I understand how the system restructures the water through it's flow dynamics. But my understanding is pretty vague regarding...

the radiant energy aspect of the aqualiv system.  The website says flows through 42 inches of vortex water travel, and then sits in the revitalizer absorbing energy.  Are you able to provide more clarity on the technology within the revitalizer or a more detailed description of  and specifics of that part of it?  Thanks!

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  • Radiant energy is the energy of electromagnetic waves which are everywhere in the environment. Waves travel through solid matter. Their ability to do so depends on the type and volume of material and the wavelength of the wave. While the wave spectrum of visible light cannot penetrate the AquaLiv Water Revitalizer, many other waves can including infrared energy from the sun and that which is radiated by the earth, for example. The entire spectrum of energy that penetrates the AquaLiv Water Revitalizer helps to charge the water, however the Revitalizer has a copper coil embedded into the tank that speeds up this process, although it isn't required for the process to work.

    Once the conditions that create structured water are provided by the vortex, the water is able to absorb the radiant energy from the environment.  The important thing is to allow water time to absorb the energy after it is vortexed.

    I'm not sure if I provided a sufficient answer, but if you have more questions, please feel free to ask. Thank you, Jeff.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiant_energy

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  • Hi Tom,

    Thank you for the reply.  I have some notion of radiant energy in general, and from what I've come to understand, once the water has transformed it is able to collect and store radiant energy.  I understand that there is some ambient radiant energy all around us, etc, but I was more interested in the specifics related to the revitalizer and how it helps channel the energy into the water.  Is there anywhere I can go to read and understand more about the internal mechanics of the revitalizer?  Also, are there any ways to test the quantity of energy that the water has accumulated?  Any metric that can be measured by household means or using tools from the hardware store?

    I installed my system today, and previous to doing so I saved about 3 gallons of tap water for some comparison testing.  I have no idea how I will test anything yet, but I am studying water and am sure I'll figure some things out as I learn.  But as a "quick and dirty" little test immediately after installing my system, I emptied my ice tray and filled half with water from the revitalizer, and half with tap water.  I set an alarm for 15 min thinking that maybe I could notice some subtle distinctions between the two as they changed phase.

    After about 20 min, I pulled the ice tray out of the freezer and was astonished at the result.  Basically, the half of the tray that was filled with revitalized water was about 95% frozen and complete ice cubes.  The half with the tap water was still about 90% water with very small little ice crystals starting to form along the top, that were effortlessly poked through with my finger.  Now, I expected to see some level of distinction between the two water sources, but nothing so extreme and obvious.  Fully frozen ice cubes in 20 min vs 90% water with a few ice "shards" in them.  I took pictures so if anyone has any interest I will post them.

    In Pollack's 4th Phase of water, he basically describes the quality of structured water as not liquid, and not solid, but in-between (liquid crystal).  My silly little experiment most certainly supports that theory, as that would explain why the revitalized water froze at a wildly different rate than the regular water.  Not super scientific, but enough to show me first hand the vast difference in the properties of these 2 different "types" of water.  

    Whatever additional info you can provide about the revitalizer and how it helps the water absorb radiant energy would be greatly appreciated.  I would also be grateful for any other "at home" sort of testing / experimentation that I could do to continue to study distinguishing properties of the water.

    Best wishes,

    Jeff

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  • Hi Jeff,

    Great to hear about your water test in the freezer! That's a good one. I'm not aware of any other "at home" type tests. Well, I have heard that if you pour two glasses of red wine at the same time and set only one on top of the Revitalizer and keep the other far away, that after 15-20 minutes, they will taste a bit different. Less acid and smoother taste on the Revitalizer side. This is a harder one to do because you have to disconnect the tubing from the Revitalizer to set a glass on top. I haven't done this on myself, just heard about it from a customer. They also mentioned that they tried a few different wines and that the effect varied.

    Unfortunately, we can't give out specifics on how the Revitalizer works as it undermines the security of our business. Hope you understand.

    Have a terrific weekend!

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  • If you liked the ice experiment, you'll love this one.  My girlfriend brought home a little bed bath and beyond grass growing kit, so the first thing I thought when I found out we had grass seeds, EXPERIMENT!  Super simple - I created as close to 2 identical environments as I could using the same seeds, the same soil, and exactly the same amount of water on both sets of seeds.  I only watered them the initial time, and never again.  I was curious to see if there would be a noticeable distinction.  Man was there ever.  One thing I noticed was every night, long after the tap water version had dried up from the condensation from the heat throughout the day, the AquaLiv water's cup always looked "misted" with water droplets on the cup, not evaporating away like the tap water.  It had nothing to do with their placement, as I switched their places on a nightly basis.  

    It didn't go exactly as I expected.  I expected the AquaLiv water to grow faster right from the start, but in the beginning they grew almost at identical rates.  The difference was, around day 8 or 9 when the tap water hit the top of the cup and basically stopped growing, the AquaLiv continued growing seemmingly all the way up until I ended the experiment on day 16.  I provide the pictures below at the STUNNING result.  I replicated the experiment with R/O water vs AquaLiv and got a similar result although not nearly as drastic.  I'll show those pics beneath the Tap vs AquaLiv.  Please feel free to change the name of the post or move it to a more appropriate forum if this is not the right place to show these pics...

    Here are the TAP WATER VS AquaLiv WATER - Grass Seeds, 16 days from initial watering, exact same amounts and not watering again.  Switching their places nightly to try to remove that as a variable as much as possible.  Results are quite astonishing actually...

    Here is the same experiment repeated with R/O water from the local Glacier Machine that I used to use before getting the AquaLiv system.  Not quite as stark a contrast as above, but still a significant distinction I would say.

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  • Hello Jeff,

    Thanks for sharing your excellent tests. We love to see people having fun with AquaLiv Water!

    There are two primary reasons for the results you have gotten. The first is that more water is able to enter the seed. The second, and more important, factor is that the increased energy in AquaLiv Water reduces evaporation. Structured water has a different molecular structure than regular water that doesn't evaporate. However, energized structured water has a greater ratio of the structured area to bulk water, meaning that even less water is available to evaporate.

    We've seen people do this test between AquaLiv Water and the PVC-pipe style structured water units available on the internet. AquaLiv wins every time. 

    Thanks again for sharing your excellent tests, Jeff. If you come up with more, please share them.

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