Dr. Masaru Emoto and the hidden messages in snowflakes

According to Dr. Masaru Emoto from Japan, the formation of ice crystals and snow flakes is influenced by different environmental conditions, pollution, human thought and even music.
According to Dr. Masaru Emoto from Japan, the formation of ice crystals and snowflakes is influenced by different environmental conditions, pollution, human thought and even music.

Studies undertaken by the japanese researcher have shown that aesthetically beautiful snowflakes are produced by pure water, music from classical repertories written by Beethoven and Mozart, and even positive thoughts and spoken words such as "Thank you". On the other hand, distorted and incomplete flakes developed when water molecules were exposed to heavy metal music and negative thoughts such as "You Make Me Sick, I Will Kill You".

Dr. Emoto's work is widely published worldwide but unfortunately at present has little hard scientific research to back it up. If the findings are true though then one thing is certain: with the current temperatures showing no signs of dropping in the Alps, we'll soon all be joyfully singing "Let it snow let it snow let it snow".


www.masaru-emoto.net
www.life-enthusiast.com
www.wikipedia.org


Photos right, from top to bottom: Thanks; Beethoven, You Make me sick; Heavy metal.
All photos Dr. Masaru Emoto

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