I first got introduced to the concept of variation in water / ice crystallization and its seemingly inexplicable interaction with an observer through a segment of a movie. An implausible observation by Masaru Emoto, was studied in laboratory and confirmed: that the effect of the observer’s emotional state has a direct relationship to the patterns and types of patterns seen in nearby ice crystals.
I didn’t believe it… not at first.
Briefly, here are some good primers if you don’t know about the phenomenon – they repeat a lot of the same information so don’t worry about watching them all.
This finding caused quite a stir, twisting imaginations like mine on the question of how such a thing was even mechanically possible. The mental state affecting the physical water (without using the body)?
Many were so perplexed that instead of investigating and studying the observation further, they merely disposed of the question by saying that the results were invalid for a number of reasons …most of which amounted to off-the-cuff dismissals. That was what I did.
After having reexamined the double slit experiment, and finding out about the many others who have successfully duplicated or furthered the results of both experiments, I revisited the issue. Of particular interest was what Australian Narional University researchers found…
Researchers working at the Australian National University (ANU) have conducted an experiment that helps bolster the ever-growing evidence surrounding the weird causal properties inherent in quantum theory. In short, they have shown that reality does not actually exist until it is measured – at atomic scales, at least.
Read the full article: Experiment suggests that reality doesn’t exist until it is measured.
The measurer, the perceiver, the observer – assists in the creation of matter just as it turned waveform into particle form. If this atomic level manipulation could be seen in the macroscopic or microscopic form anywhere, I would guess that it would be in a crystal as they are responsive in their morphologies to atomic scaled disturbances.
I guess I’m keeping my mind open on this one.