Dr. Gerald Pollack – Water Science On A Roll

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Dr. Gerald Pollack

Dr. Gerald Pollack

Dr. Gerald Pollack is a distinguished scientist, a professor of the Bioengineering Department of the University of Washington, and the editor-in-chief of Water. He is the author of Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life and, most recently, The 4th Stage of Water. In 2012, Dr. Gerald Pollack received the Pryigine Award, named after the late Ilye Prigogine, who contributed so much to the world with his body of work on complex systems.

The water in our cells is even more important to us than we think. Our bodies are 99 percent water molecules, and the water in our cells is highly structured, negatively charged, and can hold energy like a battery. Visible, invisible, and infrared light seem to be powering the energy in our cells. In this interview, Kim and Dr. Gerald Pollack talk in length about the state of science and how it works in terms of funding and discovery. Kim facilitates a dialogue between Dr. Pollack and water pioneer Dan Nelson, exploring cutting-edge research and theories in the field of water science. This segment is not to be missed.

4 comments… add one
  • John van der Does Nov 18, 2013 @ 7:14

    Hi Kim,

    Very much enjoyed listening to Gerald Pollack and Dan Nelson. The fact that water has memory is quite fascinating.

    Much enjoyed,


  • Mary Kloman Nov 19, 2013 @ 14:43

    What an interview! Hope to see Dan Nelson’s papers on the Water Journal website. It did my heart good to hear two scientists with such open minds sharing ideas. A breath of fresh air!

  • Duane Reynoldson Nov 20, 2013 @ 7:35

    I’m delighted to have found It’s Rainmaking Time. It’s an expansive connection. Thanks so much Kim.

    • Kim Greenhouse Dec 1, 2013 @ 9:53

      Dear Duane,
      Thank you for taking the time to listen and comment. We appreciate it.
      Happy Holidays.

      Kim Greenhouse

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