On April 26, 1986, the No. 4 reactor in Chernobyl, Ukraine, suffered a nuclear meltdown. It was by far the most serious nuclear accident the world had ever seen. Huge amounts of radiation were released into the atmosphere and spread over an enormous area by prevailing wind currents. Large numbers of people were drastically affected. After initially denying that there was any problem, the Soviet government evacuated 130,000 people from a 750,000 acre area surrounding the site of the disaster. Most of these people had suffered immense radiation exposure prior to their evacuation. Many more people in areas well outside of the evacuation zone also suffered strong radiation exposure. Many thousands ultimately died of radiation poisoning.
In the years following this disastrous nuclear accident, an anomalous occurrence was discovered. The people living in a remote Caucasus Mountain region, which had been blanketed by radiation, were somehow spared the expected effect which had been observed in surrounding areas. This region was well known for its healing springs. Miraculously, in the village where the springs were located, nobody had contracted cancer or radiation sickness. This was considered to be quite unexplainable.
A team of top Russian scientists, led by Dr. Igor Smirnoff, was sent to the area to investigate this. The scientists studied all the potential factors to try to explain the anomalous results. At first nothing could be identified. Finally an investigation of the water everybody drank was conducted. There was nothing unusual identified in the water’s mineral or chemical content. But, as they looked deeper, they discovered that the arrangement of the molecules in their drinking water was most unusual.
Water molecules are usually bound together in a random fashion and form large loosely arranged clusters. In order for cells of the human body to absorb ordinary water molecules and become hydrated, the body must expend a lot of energy to break apart the clusters. However, when water is structured, i.e., organized as single individual molecules or as a chain of individual molecules, it can readily slip into the cells of the human body. The special water of this region was naturally structured and could very efficiently and totally hydrate human cells with which it came into contact. This is in contrast to the large clustered form of water molecules that exists in most sources of water.
Different types of bonds are possible between water molecules. A weaker type, a sort of sideways bond, is the most common and results in large clusterings of molecules. In the spring water observed by the Russian scientists, the water molecules were actually predominantly arranged with the stronger bonds of long chains of individual molecules rather than clusters. This was significant because the aquaporin, which admit water molecules into human cells, have a width which accommodates only single molecules at a time. Thus, clusters of water molecules are prevented from entering cells readily. In contrast, single molecules of water can be drawn in immediately. Thus, structured water provides far better hydration than the prevailing form of water ever could.
The water that the people living in the Caucasus Mountain region were drinking was inherently structured. As a result, the cells in the bodies of this population were being efficiently flushed and cleansed. The radioactive toxins stood no chance of persisting in this group of people.
We are well advised to drink structured water to ensure our bodies receive adequate hydration. In this way our in-built immune system will have the means to protect us from the myriad of unhealthy inputs that our present day environment throws at us. The use of Natural Action Technologies water structuring units is an effective way to structure our water and enable our bodies to blossom with health!