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$497 gets you "hexagonal water" March 27, 2007

Posted by Al in : bizarre,weird , trackback

The worrying thing about the Internet is that con artisits can now reach a huge audience without any reall effort being expended. The description of why hexagonal water is good for you is just so pathetic, that water can form numerous structures and that biological organisms prefer the hexagonal ring structure found in snow water, that only someone who has no knowledge of the basics of science could believe it. After all water is a liquid, and as a liquid cannot have any form of geometric structure, by definition. Then comes “Hexagonal Water is composed of six individual molecules of water, held together by common hydrogen bonds” – since the Hydrogen atoms are currently bonded to the Oxygen atom in water, I would like to know where these extra hydrogen bonds come from. Still, if you’ve got $497 to spare I’m sure the Vitalizer Plus would be a worthwhile purchase, even if it’s just to allow you to take the creators to court for false advertising.


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