Really, PubMed?:"Diverse biological effects of electromagnetic-treated water"
Really? Oh yes, if it's published it must be true
The effects of water treated with an electromagnetic field (EMF) were investigated on two biological systems, humans and plants. Purified de-ionised water was treated by (1) boiling, (2) exposure to microwave radiation, and (3) low frequency electromagnetic oscillation molecular resonance effect technology (MRET), before being used to prepare media for culturing human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) from three healthy females. Our results indicated that PBMC culture in MRET-activated medium showed significantly less oxidative metabolism when compared to media prepared from other types of water. As for the effects on soybean, our results indicated that both MRET- and microwave-treated water greatly enhanced the length of the root. These results suggested that electromagnetic-treated water can have diverse biological effects on both animal and plant cells. Since these effects are related to the ‘Memory of Water’, hypothesis which has been suggested as an explanation of the action of high homeopathic dilutions, our finding warrant a further investigation on the mechanisms of various types of physically conditioned water on specific cellular activities.
Issues with this paper:
- No controls.
- Apparently no ethics review for using healthy human volunteers.
- A paywall. An Elsevier paywall.
- Because of the paywall, there's no idea what the n of soy plants is.
- The "Memory of Water" hypothesis is based on two PubMed citations. Hey, at least it's more than one.