Anton Fedorenko is a water researcher who has discovered that water has memory! Along with other European scientists, he has validated that French Scientist Jean Benveniste was right that water has memory – see: https://www.theguardian.com/
In 1988, the world’s foremost scientific journal, Nature, rocked the scientific world and the media with a paper that appeared to demonstrate that homeopathy worked, according to the Guardian in England .
A team of French allergy researchers led by Jacques Benveniste, who died (in 2004 under mysterious circumstances …), described how an allergy test worked even when the reagent – the substance to be used in the chemical reaction – was so diluted with water that the odds were against a single molecule remaining.
Benveniste, a biologist and immunologist, argued that the water used for dilution “remembered” the molecule that had been diluted out of existence”. Many other scientists have confirmed that Professor Benveniste was right – see: Information Pharmacology – Replication of Information Copies of Drug Substances in Aquatic Vehicles http://www.unconv-science.org/
On October 26th to 29th, 2017, there will be a major international water conference in Sofia, Bulgaria where scientists will be presenting additional evidence at Professor Benveniste was right. See: www.waterconference.org