Water has memory.

My friend, Dave, and I, were discussing the whole silliness that is homeopathy, at least as it pertains towards the concept of water having “memory”.

The basic concept is that water retains the chemical memory of whatever it is mixed with, no matter how diluted it gets. That implies that water from a polluted source will always have a negative influence on the body, while something from a “pure” source will have a positive effect.

The upshot of all this is millions of dollars in bottles of water meant to be healthy for you. Good business. The flip side of this is, by utilizing that same logic, I should be able to grab some nice Voss Artesian water, infused by the molecular ghosts of angry dinosaurs of yore, and get 30 miles to the gallon in my truck. Nothing like the memory of T-Rex to improve my fuel efficiency…

By Dan Granot

I chose the Shorter Whitman because of his work, "Song of Myself" and because of my self-deprecating sense of humor. I am under no illusion that I can write successful essays or poetry, but I have been known to write them anyway.


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