Water is the driving force of all nature. Leoardo Da Vinci
Water is the source of all life.
It is comprised of two
Hydrogen and one Oxygen molecules. Hydrogen is
the most abundant element in the universe –
making up 75% of the know mass of the universe
– and the first element in the periodic table.
Water is also the most abundant molecule in
the universe, second to the elements hydrogen
and carbon. Besides carbon, both oxygen and
hydrogen are required for life. You breathe
and exhale not just air, but moisture too.
Water comprises about 65 to 70 percent of the
human body, and about 70% of the surface of
the Earth. Water also comprises 99% of the
molecules in your body.
quenches fire as well as fuel it. Hydrogen or
oxygen gas, or in combination, and with other
elements, are also sources of fuel for energy.
In early times, windmills and dams,
depended on water and were the only source of
energy, besides mules, ox and horses – dams
still account for 70% of the world’s
renewable energy. Water still plays a critical
role in harnessing energy today.
We think we know what water is, yet despite
over 75 properties of water that have been
identified, water still holds mysteries that
Discoveries in the last 25 years
showed hydrogen as having antioxidant
properties that is up to 100 times more
powerful than vitamin C, prompting further
research into hydrogen’s therapeutic and
healing effects. Then, of course, you’ve heard
of the Conquistadors searching for the
fountain of youth in the Americas back in the
early 16th century.2
That’s because in many cultures, water
is considered to have cleansing and healing
properties. Take a cool shower in the summer
under a sweltering humid day, and there’s no
doubt how it feels; take it in the dead of
winter when one is cold or freezing, and the
same is true. Bruised or sore muscles from a
strenuous workout are soothed in a hot tub
with Epson salt. And when you’re feeling down,
or depress, or a bit worn, a jump into a
shower significantly soothes or lifts one’s
spirits. A swim in the ocean also energizes
In ancient societies, the earth was thought to
have emerged from water much like the creation
story in the first chapter of Genesis of the
Bible illustrated, similar to the
infant emerging from its amniotic fluids
from its mother’s womb. In fact, in
many cultures, baptism is still considered a form of
rebirthing into a new life. Noah’s flood was
said to be the rebirthing of the planet after a cleansing
Water is required in many if not all forms of energy. From
Thermonuclear energy to coal powered electricity to the refinery
and processing of crude oil. Water is used for cooling, dilution,
and diffusion of energy; it is used in fracking (injecting highly
pressurized water into shale beds, to break them up and free up
gas and oil); it is used in the distillation and refinery of oils into
other fuel; it is used for many manufacturing processes, and it is
also used for washing the impurities of systems utilizing water for
energy and flushing out waste byproducts into clean water.
Unfortunately, the later pollutes rivers, seas and oceans,
consequently disrupting ecosystems, and diminishing clean water.
It was and is used today as a major source of energy, accounting for 17% of the world’s energy.