“Biological systems are dependent upon and intertwined with aqueous systems. We will present empirically derived evidence of the unique properties of water and demonstrate the efficacious role of molecular electromagnetic informational encoding as mediated through aqueous dynamics and mnemic properties. Working theory will then be articulated from quantum, thermodynamic and Hadronic aspects. An aqueous molecular species of dynamic magnecule will then be defined. Implications are drawn which point to a possible nontoxic, purely informational potential for future medical and pharmacological science. Magnecules and aqueous informational magnecular dynamics may one day redefine energy storage and production, as well as medical practice.”

Norman, Rich & Dunning-Davies, J. (2017). The informational magnecule: the role of aqueous coherence and information in biological dynamics and morphology. *. Hadronic Journal. 39. 363.