Article: "Memory and Communication in Water" by Prof. Dr. Bernd Helmut Kröplin
"Water is a medium that is largely not understood by physics and chemistry. Its material nature is tested, studied and understood by physics. However, beyond its physical and chemical qualities also memory and information play a significant role in water, and these form a bridge from the immaterial to the material world and vice versa. These subtle phenomena are the ground of misunderstanding, and they can neither be studied nor detected by traditional experimental methods. Hence, we use a different approach: we investigate the patterns that appear in a water drop after evaporation of the water and photograph them under the dark field microscope. (.....) Our findings prove the memory of water and also the communication between separate units of water. Both seem to be essential for the understanding of mechanisms in living cells - these consist for approximately 70% of water - as well as for the communication of water in the world. This knowledge constitutes a reason to talk about a new dimension of quality and health of our planet."
This article explains very short the faces of water, the influence of inlaid flowers, the influence of electromagnetic waves, influence of mobile phone on body water and more...
In: "Bulletin on Microvita Research and Integrated Medicine", August 2015; S. 29 - 35
Einen 8-seitigen Sonderdruck dieses Artikels in englischer Sprache können Sie hier bestellen. Das neue, umfangreiche Buch zur Wasserforschung von Prof. Dr. Bernd Kröplin erscheint im Herbst 2016.
Eine zweite, aktualisierte Auflage des Buches "Lebendiges Wasser" der Autorin Andrea Tichy erscheint - wie unser zweites "Welt im Tropfen"-Wasserbuch - im ereignisreichen Jahr 2016. Zur Aktualisierung und Erweiterung des Kapitels, in dem auch unsere Forschung "Welt im Tropfen" vorgestellt wird, war die Autorin zum Interviewtermin bei Herrn Prof. Bernd Kröplin in Stuttgart zu Gast. Wir freuen uns sehr auf die neue aktualisierte Ausgabe im Februar 2016!
Lebendiges Wasser, Andrea Tichy, zweite aktualisierte Auflage, Februar 2016.
Our knowledge is a drop – Water, the unknown substance
A classic among documentations about water is “Our Knowledge is a Drop” and it is a popular rerun on TV as well. The 45 min.-documentation refers at length to our research project “World in a Drop”. The film-team was our guest for an entire day. In his documentation the author Hans Kronberger pointed out the latest results of research on water. Here you find a brief clip from the interview with Prof. Dr. Bernd Kröplin.
Film by Hans Kronberger, first broadcast: October 22,2008, 21:00 (ORF/3sat), 45 min., 16:9, rerun on ORF/3sat/Phönix…
Exhibition “The world in a Drop” in Bad Füssing
Invited by the 2. Water-Symposium in Bad Füssing abstracts were shown from the exhibition “World in a Drop” in the foyer of the Großer Kursaal and till October 31, 2012 also in the “Bio-Hotel Falkenhof”. Our exhibition was announced in an article in the monthly magazine “Fliege” by Jürgen Fliege (issue 9-2012, p. 55)
in: Fliege-Magazin, Ausgabe September 2012, S. 55.
The World in a Drop and homeopathy
“The soft revolution of homeopathy” points a cover story of the Fliege-magazine in June 2011. This article also refers to the research regarding “World in a Drop” by Prof. Dr. Bernd-Helmut Kröplin, who lectured during the 161. Annual Meeting of the German Central Association of physicians of homeopathy in Aachen 2011.
in: Fliege-Magazin, Ausgabe Juni 2011, S. 42 - 43.
Water in focus
The principal topic of the May-issue of the magazine “brennstoff” in Austria is entirely dedicated to water. Pages 5-9 present our research and the book “World in a Drop” extensively. The profound and well investigated article was caused by the interview of “World in a Drop” in the documentation on German TV 3Sat. The magazine also offers several more interesting articles on Alexander Lauterwasser and in general the element water as a “resource”. The book review to the subject matter we provided as download. The magazine “brennstoff” is published by GEA in Austria.
From: “brennstoff”, issue May 2011, p. 5-9 and p. 27
The magic of water
We are drinking it. We take showers, brush our teeth and rinse our groceries. We are swimming in it – and all this, without thinking much further about it. Water is self-evidential. However, the elixir of life has not been investigated down to the last detail. The magazine “Traumbäder” introduces, in issue 09, in an informative and successfully written article water and research around water. The magazine appears in the Fachschriften-Verlag in Fellbach; ISBN-No.978-3-939164-39-5. Here you can take a look into an excerpt of the article.
The healing mystery of water
Today, the beneficial effect of the physical application of water is scientifically accepted. However, the energetic power, which activates healing impulses in the inner body is a different matter. Yet, there is a change upcoming: scientists make more and more phenomena measurable, which the naturopathy section has observed already quite some time ago. In a dossier of the German health magazine “Natürlich gesund + munter” the different effects from ultrasound, music, mobil radiation, and also living objects on water are summarized again. These effects can be seen among others in the results of the research of Prof. B. Kröplin under dark field microscopy. The beginning of research of bio-technology and material research of other scientists are briefly introduced. Here we have for you page 1 of the three page article as an abstract and download.
Den ganzen Artikel können Interessenten in einem Probehefte kostenlos anfordern. Der Artikel ist ein Auszug aus: "Natürlich gesund + munter", Ausgabe Juni/Juli 2009 (siehe Titelabbildung). Probehefte unter: www.ngum.de
Music in blood – more as an idiom
Annette Kolb and Katharina Sinner – both young scientist – treated drops of blood with diverse sounds of music and kept this effect in pictures. Without sound there was a structure of honeycomb pattern to be seen. To soft piano music it became a nicely crinkled wickerwork and under heavy metal the inner structure nearly scattered into pieces. Thus, we hear music not only with our ears but also directly with our body fluids… (…). Further information to the experiment can be found here.
(P.M. Magazin – Welt des Wissens, issue June 2008, p. 20)
Medical staff using homeopathy, alternative therapy, and alternative medicine know by experience: Water has a memory, which makes it possible to transmit healing information to the body. Within the “hard core” science this assumption/thesis is being discussed highly controversial. A subject determination of the exhibition “World in a Drop” (…)
The ability to retain information
Thus, has water a memory? Does it remember, what happened? “In a certain way”, guesses Kröplin. “If I define memory from the Brockhaus as an ability to retain information, which can be stored over a long term and can be restored then, one could indeed talk about memory.” For instance, a sample from gentle dehydrated human saliva on a slide illustrates distinct other structures before and after a mobile phone call. “Water reacts to electromagnetic radiation highly sensitively”, discovered the team of researchers around Kröplin.
Due to the fact that Kröplins method is easy in handling, he gets more and more support for his research on memory of water. Pupils of the Droste-Hülshoff-Gymnasium in Rottweil investigated recently in an “experiment with several persons the impact of music”, what music in water causes…
Abstract from: “The memory of water” in: “Quell-Inspiration für bewusstes Leben”, Winterausgabe 2006/2007, pages 8 u. 9. “Quell” can be obtained in health-food-shops and Health and Personal Care Stores.
“What is the reason, that water makes us feel well? That we spend our vacation at the seaside or seek relaxation after a long working day in a warm bath or likewise go swimming? Why does the endless immensity of the sea fascinates and give relieve to our nerves? (…)”
Reflections and findings about water, the exhibition “World in a Drop” 2006 at the Urania, among others the works by Inge Just-Nastansky, Ruth Kübler and the ISD.German Journal for Midwives/ Deutsche Hebammen Zeitschrift (DHZ), September issue 2006, p. 12 -14.
Water: the magic element
In: Geo, Vol. 07, issue July 2006, p. 112-140, cover story “Water, element of life “.
Book publication: The last mysteries in science
The scientific journalist Felix R. Paturi describes in his book: “The last mysteries in science” our experiment with several people, which we brought to the public in the following exhibition in Berlin (in April 2006) (please look our internet-rubric ”research”) In his chapter “Mysterious water – a fluid with memory?” the author dedicates himself to the anomalies of water and our results of research (p. 90-92).
Felix R. Paturi, The last mysteries in science, Eichborn Verlag, August 2005, ISBN 3-8218-5593-2, aprox. EUR 29,00.
“The pattern of the drop pictures,” Kröplin is convinced, “are not coincidental (…) For instance structures of the drop pictures do change, when water is briefly exposed to the low electromagnetic field of a mobile phone. Afterwards the microscope pictures show exceptionally clearly visible structures, that are yet limited. “Water has remembered what happened”, says Kröplin, “even though the mobile phone had been taken away.” (…)
Liquor, saliva, blood, and urine belong to the body fluids containing water in abundance. But also muscles have a water content of 50 percent and even the bones have one of 22 percent. Every body fluid generates its own drop picture.”
P.M. Magazine – Welt des Wissens
Issue July 2005, p. 45-54
„These are pictures inspiring the imagination. Some remind of glowing balls or show concentric circles, which gather around a light center. Despite different forms and colors the pictures have the same source. They are remains from water drops applied on thin slides. After the liquid had evaporated, the experimentators from the Institute for Static and Dynamic for Aerospace Constructions of the University of Stuttgart checked the achieved result under the microscope. The patterns were photographed and now enhance the exhibition at the Urania of Berlin: “World in a Drop” (…) “Scientist must pay attention to the consequences of their achievements in research“, says Prof. Kröplin. Therefore he is looking for the development of methods, in order to investigate the impact of electromagnetic fields on organisms. (…) For example: dried drops of saliva before and after a two-minute-call on a mobile phone. The structures that at first remind of ice crystals changed into green and brown circles. (…) “With our research we want to initiate a dialogue,” he says.
Abstract from: Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin, 2.22004
The first issue of the monthly magazine „Unterwasser” in January 2004 dedicates a seven page report with interesting pictures to our research under the title “World in Water”.
Can water think?
Nr. 49, p. 37-38, November 2003
The August-issue of “Natur & Kosmos” dedicates an extensive cover story with an interview of Prof. Dr. Bernd Kröplin to the subject “Memory of Water” and the research on water at the Institute. The nine page article is enriched predominantly by the photographs of water drops from our book “World in a Drop”.
Natur und Kosmos
Titel: The Memory of Water – H20 stores information
At the Institute for Static and Dynamic for Aerospace Constructions (University of Stuttgart) a lot has been done to water: it is being radiated, exposed to sound waves and it will be shaken well. In addition after an ultrasound treatment, which is equal to a mechanical impact, so it is demonstrated the molecular structure has changed. Among other “watery” specimen, there was taken in account human salvia before and after a phone call by mobile phone, thinned alcohol and many more “watery items” in order to experiment with them…
Aus: Gedächtnis des Wassers von Barbara Morawec, in: "Salzburger Nachrichten" vom 8.8.2003.
Die Welt im Tropfen im TV
The author Birgit Thaler composed one of the most interesting and well investigated TV-reports for the scientific magazine “Nano” on 3Sat. Since the first appearance in 2003, the report has been repeated in the program of ZDF, ARD and 3Sat and is a classic among scientific documentations. Sadly, this report is not available any more at the Media Center of 3Sat because the center only goes back to the year 2004. But there will always be a next replay. TV-Report: “Nano” in 3Sat. Author Birgit Thaler, 2003.