Cymatics (see this) is a very interesting phenomenon. Thanks to Jukka Sarno for a post inspiring this comment. I lost the original link: Facebook has started to suddenly change the page content completely and this makes it very difficult to respond to the posts. Maybe some kind of virus is in question.
I came across a related phenomenon recently. The ringing of Buddhist monks' bells by running the bell along its edge has strange effects. The water started to boil so that a strong transfer of energy had to happen to the water by sound. Energy was supplied to the system by the ringer of the bells. This energy could play a role of metabolic energy and help in the problems resulting from its local deficiency in the patient's body.
Something analogous to turbulence also arises in cymatics. Turbulence and its generation are very interesting phenomena and poorly understood. Standard hydrodynamics, which was developed centuries ago, can't really cope with the challenges of the modern world: if only someone could tell this to the theoreticians working on it!
I myself have built a model for turbulence and related phenomena (see this and this). A core element of the model is the anomalous phenomenon observed by Pollack related to water. When water is irradiated in the presence of a gel phase with, for example, infrared light, negatively charged gel-like volumes are created in the water: Pollack talks about the fourth phase of water. Living matter is full of them: for instance cell interior is negatively charged as also DNA.
Some of the water's protons disappear somewhere: in the TGD world they would go to the magnetic body of the water and form dark matter there precisely because we cannot detect them with standard methods. This dark matter would be a phase of ordinary matter with a nonstandard, and often very large value of effective Planck constant. This would make it quantum coherent in much longer scales than ordinary matter.
Pollack's fourth phase resembles ice and very recently it has been discovered that there is a thin ice-like layer at the interface between water and air (see this and this). Could it be Pollack's fourth phase? The energy input is essential. In cymatics and in the case of bells the energy feeder would be sound rather than light. In homeopathy (one of the most hated phenomena of physics besides water memory; I have never understood why it generates so deep a hatred), the shaking of the homeopathic preparation would supply the energy. A fourth phase of water would be created and the water would become "living" as its magnetic body would "wake up" and start to control ordinary matter.
Homeopathy is one of the most hated phenomena of physics besides water memory; I have never understood why it generates so deep hatred), the shaking of the homeopathic preparation would supply the energy. A fourth phase of water would be created and the water would become "living" as its magnetic body would "wake up" and start to control ordinary matter.
In homeopathy, shaking would provide the energy making it possible to create magnetic organisms consisting of flux tubes associated with water molecule clusters connected by hydrogen bonds. Their cyclotron frequency spectrum would mimic the corresponding spectrum of the molecules dissolved in water. Water would magnetically mimic the intruder molecule and from the perspective of biology this would be enough for water memory explaining homeopathic effects. This should be trivial for scientists living in the computer age but some kind of primitive regression makes it impossible for colleagues to stay calm and rational when they hear the word "homeopathy".