" Our findings suggest that water molecules communicate with each other via very low frequency electromagnetic fields and that these fields also appear to be generated by the energetics of the synchronous ortho to para interconversions of the nuclear spin pairs of the water hydrogens. Further evidence for energy absorbed and emitted by water and correlated with ortho/para oscillations of ortho/para spin pairs of water hydrogens is indicated from the auto-oscillations in water luminescence. The emissions oscillate with period lengths of 18.8 min that agree with our previously found period of oscillation of about 18 min for pure water, reflective of ortho to para spin isomers based on measurements of redox potential. The period length of pure water (increased by about 25% in D2O) and varies depending on the dominant cation present (copper salts in solution are unique in that the period length is exactly 24 min). Synchrony is maintained through generation of and response to LFEMF generated by the ortho-para spin pairs. Changes in redox potential sufficient to catalyze NADH oxidation were used to monitor synchronous water oscillations that appear to extend indefinitely over great distances in contiguous bodies of either still or flowing water. Adjacent out-of-phase water samples contained in thin plastic cuvettes auto-synchronize in a matter of seconds when placed side by side."
In this paper is provided evidence that the physical properties of water are the responsible time keepers for the cells biological clock, being the underlying mechanism physical (i.e. electromagnetic) rather than chemical.
The initial physical basis lies in the oscillation periods of the concentration ratios of the spin states of water (ortho-para nuclear spin pairs of water hydrogens) that oscilate and generate electromagnetic fields capable of influence surroundings.
For example, authors describe how water influence the oscilatory changes in redox potential with a characteristic asymmetry that alternate the activity of ENOX proteins (NADH oxidation and protein disulfide-thiol interchange) in a 2+3 oscillation.
These para water formation may derive from the formation of collective order (coherent domains ).
The paper is interesting because it shows the important role of endogenously generated electromagnetic fields; they describe experimental evidence that water samples oscillate in phase using environmental low frequency EMF communication, and reveal that samples taked from sampling points separated by miles are synchronized. (There is a interesting series of experiments in Baikal lake that may be related and where macroscopic nonlocal correlations are found ).
" Frequency of the EMF associated with coherent water is estimated to be 1.2 µm in the infrared . One coherent domain “speaks” to another domain to align the contained water molecules. The frequency of transmission might be a few kHz. However, the waves are trapped within the water (generated and absorbed by contiguous water molecules) and, for the most part, do not escape . A seeming exception is access across a plastic or glass surface where transmission apparently does take place to effect synchrony of water in an adjacent plastic or glass container."
After they describe trans-metal driven direct contact water communication via EMF they propose a possible similar mechanism in human meridian system where:
" water generated electromagnetic fields influenced by the environment of the water following the different meridians. From a theoretical standpoint, William Tiller  wrote 'one expects that cooperative cellular oscillations channel in the body, the electromagnetic radiation waves of appropriate wavelength from this generated organ spectrum will be guided away from the organ environs and out to the skin through specific acupuncture points.'"
 Korotaev, S. M., Serdyuk, V. O., Kiktenko, E. O., Budnev, N. M., & Gorohov, J. V. (2016). Results of the Baikal experiment on observations of macroscopic nonlocal correlations in reverse time. In UNIFIED FIELD MECHANICS: Natural Science Beyond the Veil of Spacetime (pp. 366-373).
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