Viktor Schauberger, father of the Vortex Turbulator, probably would be amazed at the innovations of more than sixty years, and how the technology of his original, bulky VT, that made structured water in the 1940s, has been transformed into a more efficient, compact device. He knew that structured water resulted from the implosion action of the VT. It tears large water clusters apart, creating water with six oxygen atoms, each with two hydrogen bonds, reforming the molecules into an ideal, structured form. Today’s VT makes structured water as easily as Viktor’s original unit did. But can we scientifically prove it? Viktor could not then and we cannot today. Water is still a mystery. What is it all about?

We are hearing a lot of talk about structured water and the clustering of water molecules. In a nutshell, clustered water is any numbering of water molecules (H20) bonded together in five, six or more molecular groups.

We believe that the smaller clustered form is better for life and makes the water more useful in industrial applications. However this is difficult to prove scientifically. We at Monolithic prefer to drink structured water, but our choice, by itself, does not scientifically determine that structured water is better than tap water.

There is considerable debate, both academic and on the Internet, about structured and clustered water. Many say that clustered is water formed into a larger group of H20 molecules; consequently, it cannot as easily penetrate animal cells and plant roots as structured water can. Structured water, made up of just five or six molecules, is water in its simplest, more absorbable, more ideal state.

In chemistry, a water cluster is a discrete hydrogen bonded assembly or cluster of water molecules. These clusters have been found experimentally or predicted in silico in various forms of water: ice, crystal lattices and bulk liquid water, the simplest one being the water dimer (H2O). Ongoing academic research is important because the realization that water manifests itself as clusters, rather than an isotropic collection, may help explain many anomalous water characteristics, such as its highly unusual density temperature dependence. Water clusters are also implicated in the stabilization of certain supramolecular structures.

So little is understood about water clusters in bulk water that it is considered one of the unsolved problems in chemistry. We find that interesting. It further emphasizes water’s unique ability to be so different in comparison to nearly all compounds, elements and molecules, in terms of basic physics. Yet it is water that provides the basis and origins of life, covers three-quarters of our planet and is about 70% of a human body’s weight. The more you look at the chemistry of water, the more questions you will have. If it is an unsolved problem, what are scientists and chemists doing to understand it?

Dr. Ken Jordan, University of Pittsburgh, in his article, The Enigmatic Substance writes, “If the heat capacity of water were half of its actual value, the temperature fluctuations in our environment would be more extreme, and this would have important implications for life itself.”

Another unanswered question involves water’s structure on the molecular level – specifically in the top one or two layers of liquid water where it meets water vapor in the air. “No calculation carried out to date,” Jordan says, “is able to account quantitatively for the surface tension of liquid water”.

Surface tension is one of the signs of water clustering. A low surface tension has been associated with smaller molecular water clusters (wetter water); more surface tension has been associated with larger water clusters. The only way we can begin to understand and get an insight about structuring and clustering is with computer modeling.

Dr. Jordan is one of a few researchers working specifically on the clustering question at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center. He is applying quantum mechanical calculations to the study of water clusters, work which can test the usefulness of water-interaction models used in simulating proteins and DNA. His calculations aim at accurately mapping the potential-energy surfaces for different-sized water clusters. His calculations have also explored how the phase transition from solid to liquid water differs in water clusters from the behavior of bulk water.

The findings in Jordan’s research, like many others in the field, are extremely thorough, deep and complicated. The best results for our understanding can show models of the water molecule clusters with the bonding angles of the atoms of hydrogen and oxygen. Modeling can be valuable in that it gives a representation of what water atomically looks like. If the representation test of the water shows a smaller cluster, it may be that it is absorbed easier by the cells of our body. (No matter how tightly sealed your house is, those little ants still find a way in.)

Just from a logical standpoint, it seems that smaller clusters can be more easily absorbed by animal and plant cells. We at Monolithic believe that water in smaller clusters is better for our health and life in general and is more useful in industrial applications.

Monolithic’s Vortex Turbulator structures water into its ideal state. That we know. Can we prove it scientifically? No. Scientifically, water is still a mystery. But given a choice, pets often choose structured water over non-structured tap water. Does Vortex Turbulator water taste better? Yes. Will crops need less fertilizer but grow better with turbulated water? Yes. This has been proven time and time again. No science needed – just talk to the farmers who get higher yields. At Monolithic we love water from the Vortex Turbulator for our family, pets and crops, but we know water is still a great mystery. As we get more proof, we will put it on the website. For more information on scientific and exotic research on water’s properties, please see the documentary: Water, The Great Mystery-

Author's Bio: 

Because of my extensive experience growing up in my father's medical clinic and my work as a chairman of an analysis laboratory, combined with my professional expertise in the nutritional and whole food supplement industry for over 24 years, I have accumulated a reasonable understanding of nutrition and healing for the human body. My natural & complete recovery from Hepatitis A, B and C has brought me into particular focus to develop good liver health. My goal is to help the world achieve healthy livers. I am the only Hepatitis A, B and C TRUE Recovery Pioneer, free of the virus and antibodies for over 17 years. My book Hepatitis C, CURED tells my healing journey and is available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Russian at