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Photonic water

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Photonicwater.com makes devices containing glass balls which supposedly "revitalise" water, making it better for plants, animals, and industrial processes.[1] Their spiel is sprinkled with a random mixture of actual, but irrelevant, scientific terms such as "biophotons", (which are actually the light faintly emitted from living-things such as animals and plants). They allege that water has "memory", à la homoeopathy. They claim muscle tissue is "99% water".[2] In reality, the content of your bladder isn't even that watery.

Photonic-water devices are promoted by the advocate of all things alternative, Adam Abraham.[3] He is an anti-vaccinationist, who, when he's not urging people to drink "MMS" bleach, suggests that they drink urine.[4]

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