Water stores frequencies and can remember

Water - the underestimated element
Water is the most common substance on earth. We shower, bathe, wash, drink, cook, we use water in many different ways, often without knowing that water acts outside of all physical rules of nature. In a time of global climate change, understanding the mysteries of water is crucial. Water is of fundamental importance for our life and plays the most important role in all chemical and biological processes. Inspired by the importance and anomalies of water, scientists have been trying to understand this unusual liquid for as long as anyone can remember.
The previous explanations for the behavior of water were not satisfactory to Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling either. In order to be able to better understand the liquid phase of water, he followed the path of the water to the ionosphere and discovered the connection between structure and information. Pauling pioneered cluster research.
In the water, clusters form crystal-like structures. These crystalline grids vibrate at high frequencies. They can be caught in a similar way to radio waves, which a research group of chemists at the University of California at Berkeley was able to do years ago using an infrared absorption spectrometer. Information is stored in such clusters. Thus, water can not only contain positive and healing signals, but also information about the pollutants with which it came into contact.