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 4 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 tetragonal memory?
The following pictures document the 11 resting positions after the Kölsch glass have been commuted. In the first attempt, only the centered Kölsch glass (I) in the centrally positioned Pilsner glass was activated. In experiment 2, the Kölsch glasses (II + III) in the right and left Pilsner glasses were activated. In experiment 3, the Kölsch glasses (I + II) of the Pils glass in the center and the right Pilsner were activated. In experiment 4, the Kölsch glasses (I + III) of the Pils glass in the middle and the Pils glass on the left were activated. In experiments 5-11 (with magnet), 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°- 2x210°- 1x150°- 5x60°)
With a tetragonal water memory (grid structure) a maximum of 4 resting positions would be possible?
A tetragonal water memory could be an intresting approach to microbiological cybernetics, in which the hydrogen atoms and water molecules would function as basic building blocks?