For the Pilsglas experiment IV you need three Pilsner glasses, 3 Kölsch glasses, marking material, a watch for time documentation (mobile phone) and a magnet. The Pils glasses are half filled with water. A Kölsch glass is placed in each one. Now carefully pour water into the three Kölsch glasses until they are centered in the Pilsner glasses. A scale of 360 ° is attached to the edge of the Kölsch glasses. Now the Kölsch glasses are blown upon with a drinking straw and thereby carefully set in rotation. These tests show that each of the three Kölsch glasses comes to a standstill in one of a maximum of 6 positions.
For the explanation of this observation one can exclude the influence of electromagnetism and the earth's magnetic field, since the glasses come to a standstill in clearly different directions.
In the body of living things, water has a hexagonal memory?
The pictures below show 11 resting positions after the oscillation of the Kölsch- glasses has stabilized. In the first experiment, only the Kölsch glass centered in the Pils glass 1 was activated. In experiment 2, the Kölsch glasses in the right and left Pilsner glasses were activated. In experiment 3, the Kölsch glasses in the middle and right-hand Pilsner glasses were activated. In experiments 4-11, all 3 Kölsch glasses were always activated.
the repetitions are:
Pilsglas III : (2x360°- 2x260°-4x130°-4x30°) Pilsglas I (3x240°- 1x170° - 1x90°- 7x30°)
Pilsglas II (4x280°- 1x240°- 1x210°- 1x150°- 5x60°)
With a hexagonal water memory (grid structure) a maximum of 6 resting positions would be possible?
A hexapolar water memory could be an intresting approach to microbiological cybernetics, in which the hydrogen atoms and water molecules would function as basic building blocks?