Dr. Mu Shik Jhon refers to water as one of the science community’s puzzles because it has not yet been fully understood by us. However, being a pioneer in this effort, Dr. Jhon has done over 40 years of research and publishing almost 300 scientific papers on the subject of water.
Dr. Jhon points out in his book on hexagonal water, or structured water, that the Earth and its surrounding field hold between 1.3 to 1.4 billion km³. That is 146 ten thousand trillion tons of water! Only 0.65 percent of this is available for us to use.
The amount of water we have stays the same, continually being recycled through the process of evaporation and rain or snow. Water is also cycled through the living organisms on Earth, from humans to animals to plants to microscopic organisms!
Water keeps us alive and healthy. When a life form becomes dehydrated, its health can weaken and with continued dehydration may eventually die. The balance water delivers to our bodies is amazing: it gives nutrients and oxygen while removing toxins. Without water, we wouldn’t last long!
Reference: “The Water Puzzle and the Hexagonal Key” by Dr. Mu Shik Jhon