There is one certain thing that I can promise to those who read this book: They are going to have a thrill. I did. I am sitting here for some minutes, and, I hardly know how to go to the next statement. I am a glutton for knowledge. I have stacks of books from authors such as Korzybski, Kervran, Speransky, Janov, Reich, Naessens, Grebennokov, Koestler, Lang, Luria, Bechamp, Conquest, etc., the list goes on. I can say that Gerald Pollack is not only an exceptional writer and scientist, he is also an artist, and he is more concerned with truth than with prestige. This is a rare find in the world today. His presentation unfolds, like a river flowing to the sea. But, the river has its beginnings, that start as drops, then trickles, and slowly builds mass and momentum. It is a wonderful story about water that is told in this book. He starts off with the virgin white page, and begins to paint in almost transparent tones, that build one upon the other, with subtle and simple complexity, as he weaves all elements of his story together. He makes it simple, but, it isn't simple at all. I had to move slowly, and think, and, get the images and concepts to make me understand. And, when I understood, for instance, the reason why dry sand is so fluffy, and sinks to the pressure of my feet......and how adding water, that magnetic molecule to it, does a magic trick, and makes it firm enough for a horse to run on, or a car to race near the surf.....well, that made me feel high. I got pleasure from it, real pleasure. If you are interested in deciphering the grand mysteries of the most important molecule on this planet, you MUST read this book. No one could say it better than Gerald Pollack. Thank you so much, Jerry, for having written such an exciting book. I will read it again.