Glacier Milk

  1. Hydration and Water Research

  1. Dr. Henri Coanda, Nobel Prize winning scientist, discoverer of fluid dynamics, and the holder of more than 600 patents, became intrigued with the drinking water in the Hunza land high in the Karkorum Mountains just north of Pakistan. He wanted to unravel the mystery of the Hunza people’s typical life span, which far exceeds the world average. After years of research, the aging Dr. Coanda found another scientist to carry forward his research. Working together with 17-year old science prodigy, Patrick Flanagan at a high level United States Defense Department “think tank” of prominent scientists, the 78-year old, retiring scientist recognized Flanagan’s genius. (Young Flanagan had been featured in Life Magazine as one of the ten most promising scientists in America.) Dr. Coanda offered Patrick his research records on this legendary Fountain of Youth, and asked Patrick to carry on his life-long quest for the secret of longevity.

  2. Patrick accepted the challenge and continued the search. He first studied the five remote regions of the world where the people’s longevity and health far exceeded world averages. The diets in these five regions all differed. The one commonality was their drinking water. In all five regions, the drinking water came from melted glaciers, and is physically different from the water most of us drink. Their water has lower surface tension, and in several ways, has the same properties as the water which surrounds the cells in our bodies. Their water, called "glacial milk," is known as “Hunza Water,” for the most familiar of these five regions.

  3. Dr. Flanagan's goal was to create water identical to Hunza Water, and to share the gift of increased life span with the rest of the world. After many years, he unlocked the secrets of Hunza Water. He discovered that it was more than trace minerals making up the uniqueness of Hunza Water, as others had claimed. In fact, this “glacier milk” had a number of different physical characteristics involving heat, energy, and viscosity. After ten more years of research, he made a major breakthrough discovery which may affect mankind in the years ahead. Stunning the scientific world, he announced that it was also the structure of the water molecules formed into clusters that gave glacial water special properties.

  4. This research led Patrick to recreate Hunza Water’s properties. He developed a 33-step process using three minerals present in human tissue to convert nutrients into nano-colloidal silicates. This process produced the catalyst Microclusters® – a silica-based nutrient so named because of the small size and three-dimensional configuration of these microscopic clusters.

  5. Microclusters® is a mineral catalyst that reduces nutritional elements to an entirely new type of mineral colloid, the smallest size ever achieved, a submicroscopic size only 12 atoms in diameter. These tiny Microclusters® act as microscopic transport vehicles, dramatically reducing the size of nutrients and delivering them directly into the cells. About five to ten nanometers (a nanometer is one billionth of a meter) in diameter, Microclusters® are so small that 2.4 million of them can be placed side by side on the head of a pin. Incredibly, they have an enormous surface area of about 240,000 square feet per ounce. Microclusters® surround tiny nutrient particles with an electrically charged mineral coating which protects the nutrients until they are absorbed into the cells, usually quite rapidly.

  6. When nutritional substances are reduced to this dimension, electrons move actively over these surfaces creating a powerful charge that attracts water molecules, hydrating the nutrient more, increasing its absorption and its attraction to the cells (studies have shown nutrients – food, food supplements, for instance – to have 300% higher absorption, when taken with Microclusters®). Not only is its surface tension reduced to the desired level, but it changes its other physical properties into the same structure as the water which surrounds the cells.

  7. Since the inception of Microcluster® technology, Flanagan has relentlessly worked to further develop Silica Hydride, increasing the effectiveness of the mineral complex. Germane to its many benefits, Silica Hydride increases "zeta potential" or the net charge of particles (i.e., blood cells), which determines how "clustered" the cells are when in the body. Raising zeta potential enables fluids to travel between cells, promoting greater cellular flushing of toxins and absorption of water. From this collaboration of nature and human genius was born Crystal Energy® or Flanagan’s catalytic wetter water concentrate.

  8. Not yet the end of story, however. Further research revealed to Patrick a rich amount of negatively-charged hydrogen ions in Hunza Water. (Hydrogen, with its single electron, is the ultimate antioxidant: a powerful neutralizer of free radicals.) Following nature’s lead, he developed Silica Hydride MegaH™ and MegaHydrate™, dietary supplements that deliver negatively-charged hydrogen ions to the body, and have been scientifically proven to increase hydration. He had finally succeeded in duplicating all of the properties of Hunza Water.

  9. The current state of these nanotechnologies has opened this millennium with incredible possibilities for life extension and the increase in quality of life. The fantastic work of Dr. Patrick Flanagan is illuminated by his peers, who describe him as one of the most incredible scientists since Nikola Tesla's groundbreaking work with energy.

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