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Utterly fraudulent and empirically bankrupt,
This review is from: The True Power of Water: Healing and Discovering Ourselves (Paperback)
This book is pseudo-science at it's laughable worst.
You would have to be half-witted or completely ignorant of the realities of science and the extent of human intellectual progress since the renaissance to entertain the notions contain within this garbage.
My girlfriend was subjected to one of the author's 'talks' in Bath, and he began with the phrase: "How much do we really know about water? Not much".
Complete nonsense for the weak of mind, I'm afraid.
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Initial post: 7 Dec 2010 17:04:02 GMT
B. Blackman says:
Wow!! Such a strong statement. You should try and expand your mind/awareness and most of all open your heart :))
Posted on 16 May 2011 10:40:53 BDT
Why on Earth did you read this book in the first place!!! You are obviously looking for something or you would not have even attempted to read this book!!!
I wonder who's reality is real yours or the Authors, if it is yours we truly live in a ugly world indeed...
Posted on 9 Mar 2012 18:27:50 GMT
Dear Ms Parfitt,
I suggest you try one of the many quantum physics books which send the same message. The fantastic thing about this one is that everyone can read and understand it. Do not worry though, if it does not sound right to you, you are not meant to read it.
Posted on 6 Jun 2013 12:46:39 BDT
Scientific replication of Emoto's work has begun promisingly:
... for those who are able to put aside simple bias about "strength of mind" (not exactly a scientific concept, Ms Parfitt!)
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