water science

Superionic Ice – Or is it Plasma Gas?

The May 2019 edition of National Geo has an article about “Superionic Ice” that may occur on some outer planets. Supposedly, the “super” ice was recently created at a laboratory for only a nanosecond applying several thousand degrees below typical freezing temperature on Earth and pressures equivalent to that of other planets. Physicist Marius Millot […]

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Patent Promise for Better Solutions – First Patent Issued for the WIT Technology

What:  U.S. Patent 10,259,712, entitled “Method of Stabilizing Compounds in Water, Water Compositions Thereby, and Articles Containing Said Water Compositions” Who:   Filed by Robinson B. Gourley, Sarasota, FL. When: Patent published in the Federal Patents Gazette on April 16, 2019 Patent Abstract: Peroxides and chlorine dioxide (compounds) can be stabilized for long periods of time […]

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Deuterium is NOT Hydrogen’s Evil Twin

Deuterium is a non-radioactive stable isotope of Hydrogen. Deuterium has one proton and one neutron while the more common isotope of hydrogen (Protium) has only a single proton (no neutron). Oxygen that is in both the air we breathe and water we drink, can have between 8 and 10 neutrons per atom of oxygen. Deuterium […]

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Earth 2.0

NASA Makes an Ahh-Mazing AHA! Discovery: Earth’s Older and Bigger Cousin  While NASA has confirmed another Earth-like planet in the “habitable zone” around a star much like our sun, I wouldn’t pack my bags just yet. Kepler-452B is one of a dozen newly discovered, similarly small, and potentially livable planets in our quest to find a new […]

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High-Energy Form of Water: Improving the Nutritional Bioavailability in Food Crops

AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley enjoyed presenting his theories on improving hydroponic farming using the high-energy form of Water on Tuesday evening, January 22, 2015. It was an interactive evening with a full-capacity crowd at the Gabriel Center in Sarasota, Florida. They questioned Rob on the status of the water ion machines for home use, the benefits of […]

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How Severe Drought Affects the Flavor of Your Favorite Beer

Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone? Never was the sentiment of Joni Mitchell’s song felt so strongly by beer lovers nationwide as it was this past year. The US water crisis continues to have brewers concerned as water shortages in Texas, Nevada, Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma, […]

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Oktoberfest 2014 Beer Drought – Solutions Through AquaNew’s Water Purification Technology

Beer lovers worldwide are getting ready to celebrate Oktoberfest 2014 (September 20 through October 5). Some may be surprised to learn, however, that their favorite craft beer coming from certain drought-ridden regions of the United States, specifically, California and other portions of the Southwest, could be sold out during Oktoberfest. Certain microbreweries are confronting a […]

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Beyond the Nutrition Facts Chart: Molecular Water Structure

  Amid the many choices in the grocery aisles, we have provided some guidance on what to look for in bottled water over the past few weeks. It appears that water purity is important to support good health, and perhaps alkaline pH and micro-clusters of water, not so much. Many scientists have the opinion that […]

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Thank You to Health in Balance Radio Hosts, Dr. Ken Grey and Health Coach Carol Maglio, Who Interviewed AquaNew’s Rob Gourley

After the radio broadcast on Sunday, July 20, 2014, AquaNew’s Dana and Rob Gourley wrote the following thank you note to Dr. Grey and Ms. Maglio:  ”Both of you are a great team and such clever, informed and professional interviewers. It is  obvious that you prepared for this interview and you were both engaged and […]

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Scientific Mystery: Clustering of Water Molecules

The flickering of a neon light above a dance floor is slow when compared to the fleeting changes of the electrostatic associations among a grouping of multiple water molecules, known as “clusters” in the scientific world. The clusters continually change at the speed of a picosecond (or one trillionth of a second). It is an ongoing […]

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