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Hydrogen In Water
This post explores the topic of hydrogen in water. Hydrogen is the first element listed on the Table of Elements. It makes up 90% of the Universe and 10% of our bodies. A hydrogen atom does not weigh very much, so it would take a lot of hydrogen to fill up 10% of us!
There is less hydrogen in the air than oxygen. Hydrogen levels are only measuring at 1% today. It is thought that during Earth’s younger days that hydrogen levels could have been as high as 30%. Hydrogen supplies protons in addition to electrons. This supplies living organisms with the energy they need. When hydrogen moves into our cells we also get hydroelectricity.
Since hydrogen is depleted from the air, we get most of our supply through drinking water. Pangman & Evans further explain the process: “Hydrogen ions are made available as water dissociates. This happens naturally as water moves, and/or when water is subjected to gentle ionizing influences (the Sun and Earth’s magnetic and piezoelectric fields). Under these circumstances, tiny amounts of water dissociate releasing both oxygen radicals and hydrogen ions.”
Water is made up of such simple molecules, yet has the power inside it to propel life on the planet, carrying with it minerals, magnetic properties and productive energy.
Reference: “Dancing With Water: The New Science of Water” by MJ Pangman, MS & Melanie Evans