discussion of mechanism of "ultradilution" / homeopathic "potentisation":
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Emelio del Giudice, as far as I know, after he was introduced to Benveniste and his work in the mid 1980s, he set about explaining the signals in water, firstly in terms of oscillating dipoles(17), later elaborated into the discussion of "quantum coherence domains". I believe that del Giudice's models(18) may allow for, and explain, the harmonic nature of ultradiluted/potentised signals(1).
further notes on coherent systems in water from Del Giudice et al: Coherent structures in liquid water close to hydrophilic surfaces (18).
"Because of the coherence the vortices have no internal friction " they "therefore have a very long lifespan." Further, "the CD becomes a device able to transform ambient noise, namely an ensemble of a large number of low frequency excitations into a unique high frequency excitation." And, "the plasma driven by the coupled e.m.f . could "run away" from the initial perturbative regime and transit to a coherent state where all charges oscillate in unison, in tune with a coherent resonating e.m.f. at a common pulsation !r = j1o j-j!R <! R : " And, "When coherence emerges, the energy of the system decreases and consequently the new coherent configuration is protect against instabilities "
" liquid water, made up of Coherence Domains, contains a pool of almost free electrons [0.8 electrons per water molecule] and correspondingly an ensemble of almost free protons (the widows of the quasi-free electrons) " and I think he is saying that the "oscillation of the solid surface charges" and the "quasi-free charges of the water CDs self-adjust parameters in order to produce a resonance between the two charged ensembles " That the water CD tune to whatever is in them, and whatever they are in!
think, that what is happening in the Coherent Domains is a patterning of (quantum)dipoles:
del Giudice does speak of "the CD electric dipoles")
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| 17: Del Giudice: Water as a Free Electric
Dipole Laser: Physical Review Letters: 29 Aug. 1988, 61:9:1085-88|
18: Journal of Physics: Conference Series 442 (2013) 012028
13: Del Giudice and Tedeschi: Water and the Autocatalysis in Living Matter, Electromagnetic biology and Medicine 2009 28:1