Seminar: New Horizons in Water Science – Evidence for Homeopathy
On July 14, 2018, some of the world’s leading scientists attended an international seminar at the Royal Society of Medicine in London to discuss the latest research related to the properties of water and health. The seminar was organized by Lord Ward-Atherton who felt that recently there have been overwhelming attacks on homeopathy “which have been amongst the most vociferous ever witnessed in a therapeutic modality”.
Some of the speakers included:
i) Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier who presented a lecture titled ‘Informative water structures in diseases: from quantum physics to homeopathy’ and addressed the negative impact of environmental pollutants and their potential role in the rise of adverse health conditions.
ii) Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson, an emeritus professor of physics at the University of Cambridge and supporter of the theory of “water memory”, spoke about water structures and water behavior under different circumstances.
iii) Professor Gerald Pollack from the University of Washington talked about the structure of water and the ‘exclusion zone’ (EZ) – the latter being a large zone of water that forms next to many submersed materials and virtually excludes everything.
iv) Professor Vladimir Voeikov from Moscow State University presented a talk titled ‘Nanoassociates in highly diluted solutions as a possible foundation of homeopathy’ and examined the importance of structured water in vital processes in living systems.
v) Dr. Robert Verkerk who is the Executive and Scientific Director at the Alliance for Natural Health International discussed sustainable healthcare and the role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the paradigm shift in healthcare.
This seminar presented a stage for great minds to come together and challenge scientific dogma for the better by delivering revolutionary evidence from the realms of non-conventional medicine. The seminar was a success and hopefully will inspire more collaboration between traditional and non-traditional researchers to improve understanding of complex health-related problems and their treatment.