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Water Anomalies at the North and South Pole | Grounding With Water
The magnetics of the North & South Poles are very fascinating. Marine life living near the South Pole flourishes according to Pangman & Evans:
"Today, invertebrates including sponges, sea spiders, starfish, and amphipods grow many times their usual size in Antarctic water. This feature, known as gigantism is a subject of intense scientific investigation. Antarctic invertebrates should not, in theory, grow well in Antarctic waters. Yet starfish can reach much larger sizes than similar starfish found in other waters. Sea spiders in the Antarctic reach more than 1.000 times the weight of most temperate water species. Amphipod crustaceans in the Antarctic Ocean are more than five times as long as the largest temperate species."
One speculation is that the magnetism in the South Pole helps these species flourish far beyond what they normally would in other oceans around the globe. The North and South Poles are almost twice as strong as the equator. Because the water is so cold and gets ionizing radiation from the Sun, vortexes are strong in these areas and therefore more nutrients are mixed up from the bottom of the ocean for consumption by marine life.
Earth’s magnetic field also acts as “the tuning fork for life” because it keeps us connected to the Earth. When we are "ungrounded", we can see more anxiety, sleep troubles, and disorientation. Astronauts have seen these symptoms after space missions. Pangman and Evans point out that water carries with it the energy to keep us grounded. It is useful to drink pure structured water to continue to do so.
Reference: “Dancing With Water: The New Science of Water” by MJ Pangman, MS & Melanie Evans