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http://acquasheire.com/ NUMERO VERDE 800 125 769 Masaru Emoto is a Japanese author and entrepreneur, best known for his claims that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto's hypothesis has evolved over the years of his research. Initially Emoto claimed that high-quality water forms beautiful and intricate crystals, while low-quality water has difficulty forming crystals. According to Emoto, an ice crystal of distilled water exhibits a basic hexagonal structure with no intricate branching. Emoto claims that positive changes to water crystals can be achieved through prayer, music, or by attaching written words to a container of water. Since 1999 Emoto has published several volumes of a work titled Messages from Water, which contains photographs of water crystals next to essays and "words of intent." In addition to his books, Emoto also sells various water products from his websites and catalogs, which are purported to have healing properties derived from his research and experiments. Emoto's ideas appeared in the popular documentary "What the Bleep Do We Know!?". Like the film, Emoto's work is widely considered pseudoscience by professionals, and he is criticized for going directly to the public with misleading claims that violate basic physics, based on methods that fail to properly investigate the truth of the claims. - Masaru Emoto è uno scienziato e saggista giapponese. È conosciuto per il suo controverso pensiero sulla presunta "memoria dell'acqua", relativa al rapporto tra i pensieri umani e l'acqua considerata a una temperatura convenzionale di -4 °C.Egli sostiene di avere documentato, con fotografie di cristalli d'acqua, il fatto che i cristalli assumerebbero a suo dire una forma armonicamente simmetrica o, al contrario, caotica e disordinata, in conseguenza della presunta "energia" a cui sarebbero esposti; sia essa sotto forma di suono (voce, musica), parola scritta (etichetta applicata a una brocca) o di pensiero...