カクイチ研究所は、エネルギーと健康の大きな革命の可能性を秘めた、水について発見されていることについて再評価する最先端の科学に深く関心を持っています。 カクイチ研究所の顧問委員会メンバージェラルド・ポラック博士は、この分野のパイオニアであり、「Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life (2001)」、「第四の水の相 (2013)」、およびこれまで知られていなかった水の広範囲な影響についての本を何冊か出版しています。 これらのトピックに関するさまざまな調査については、以下を参照してください。


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人体は主に水で構成されていることが広く知られています。 それは私たちの機能にとって不可欠ですが、それでも私たちが消費する水の種類、またはその品質にはほとんど注意が払われていません。 同様に、私たちが食用作物を栽培するために使用する水の種類と質はほとんど無視されています。 私達はこれらが健康な世界を生み出すために革命を起こすことができる分野であると信じています。


ナノバブル技術もまた、作物収量を増加させ、汚染を逆転させ、健康を改善する可能性を秘めている注目すべき新しい分野です。 水の豊富さ、そしてそれが私たちの存在にどれほど不可欠であるにもかかわらず、水が示す優れた特性はまだよくわかっていません。そしてそれを改善するために水の特性を変える様々な方法はさらによくわかっていません。


この深刻な問題を抱える世界では、手遅れになる前に、より安全で健康的な社会の構築に役立つように、私たちの多くの問題に対する根本的な解決策を見い出すことが必要です。 見過ごされてきた水研究の分野に注意を引くことが私たちの意図です。そうすれば、これらの重要な発見分野がより健康的な世界の創造に活かされるようになるかもしれません。



  • The Fourth Phase of Water: Implications for Energy and Health, ジェラルド・ポラックの記事

    EZ water should rehydrate tissues better than ordinary water because of its higher dipole moment... Since EZs contain masses of separated charges, or large dipoles, EZ water should hydrate cells better than ordinary water. That’s why EZ water may particularly promote good health.


  • Exclusion-Zone Formation From Discontinuous Nafion Surfaces, ワシントン大学 (2014年5月)

    Nafion strips on a glass substrate generate EZs that can combine with other EZs as long as the distances separating the strips are less than approximately 100 micrometers. The demonstrated ability of EZs to combine implies that continuous EZs can be created by using minimal amounts of starter material spaced judiciously. This feature has direct implications for water purification technology.

  • Charge-based Forces At The Nafion-water Interface, ワシントン大学 (2014年1月)

    The results obtained here imply that separated charges in aqueous solutions may exert significant force. Such forces are unexpected. A common presumption is that large-scale separated charges do not exist in nature; or, if they do, they must act over short range only. However, the exclusion-zone phenomenon demonstrates that charges are indeed naturally separated, and that those separated charges can create substantial force.

  • Unexpected Presence Of Solute-free Zones At Metal-water Interfaces, ワシントン大学 (2013年6月)

    Here we found that exclusion zones also exist next to various metal surfaces. Among them, zinc showed the widest EZs as well as the highest surface coverage.
    An interesting feature of the results was that little oxidation occurred in zinc regions containing exclusion zones, while considerable oxidation was seen in regions in between those exclusion zones. Hence, it appears that the oxidation may be caused by currents flowing from the water to the zinc surface in regions between the pocket EZs. That might explain the spotty oxidation that is often seen.
    A notable feature is that this positive-negative pair constitutes a battery, in the same way that various gels and polymers show near-surface battery features. The presence of a "battery" next to various metal surfaces may have important implications for corrosion and also perhaps for catalysis.

  • Unexpected axial flow through hydrophilic tubes: Implications for energetics of water, ワシントン大学 (2013年5月)

    We observed sustained axial flow through tubes immersed in water... The flow appears to be associated with recently discovered interfacial phase of water, which lines the insides of the tubes. This phase of water builds from electromagnetic energy absorbed by water from the surrounding environment. That absorbed energy may power the observed flow.

  • Exclusion zone as intermediate between ice and water, ワシントン大学 (2011年12月)

    The principal finding of these experiments is that a transient 270-nm peak in the absorption spectrum appears during the course of melting. The melting ice eventually transitions into bulk water, but passes through a phase that absorbs at 270 nm. Water with an absorption peak at 270 nm is characteristic of exclusion-zone water (Zheng et al. [2], Chai et al.). Hence, it appears possible that melting ice passes through the EZ phase before reverting to bulk water.

  • Effect Of Particle Diameter On Exclusion-Zone Size, ワシントン大学 (2011年6月)

    Particles and solutes are excluded from the vicinity of hydrophilic surfaces, leaving large microsphere-free regions known as exclusion zones (EZs)... Results showed a direct relation between bead size and EZ size over the full range of bead diameter, implying a similar relation for smaller particles or molecules, perhaps extending beyond the resolution of the light microscope.
    EZs are by no means constant in size. They depend on various factors, not the least of which is the characteristic dimension of the nucleating surface.

  • New method of water purification based on the particle-exclusion phenomenon, ワシントン大学 (2008年8月)

    Colloidal particles in suspension are excluded from the vicinity of various hydrophilic surfaces... The experimental results suggest that particle exclusion may provide a new framework for water purification from both organic and inorganic matter, as well as from harmful pathogens.

Nanobubbles, aka ultrafine bubbles, are nanoscopic (<100 nm in diameter) bubbles of gas, usually oxygen or ozone, which are able to maintain their form for long periods of time in water. The means by which they are able to exist for long periods in water is still unknown[1], but it may be due to small ions that surround the nanobubble and allow it to be stable in water[2]. Another interesting property of these bubbles is that unlike ordinary gas bubbles which quickly rise to the water surface, nanobubbles randomly drift in a Brownian motion allowing them to be carried by currents into the bed under a body of water[3], aerating[4] and rejuvenating areas of ocean water that have been desertified[5].

Potention applications of nanobubbles include:

  • Food preservation: where packaged and preserved food products are able to better retain their original flavour while maintaining a longer shelf life [6]
  • Agriculture: injecting billions of microscopic bubbles into water used to irrigate organic tomatoes and strawberries results in an average 10%-20% increase in yields of larger, more robust fruit compared to those grown with tap water [7]. Also, "used on crops, water with ultrafine bubbles can accelerate activities of soil microorganisms, which encourage growth of plant roots and speed up nutrient absorption." [8].
  • Pollution reversal in bodies of water [9].
  • Medical: potential strong effects on killing cancer cells [10].
  • Sanitation: "The West Nippon Expressway Co. has been spraying detergent-free water laden with ultrafine bubbles to clean toilets in parking areas since 2009. The method cut water use by about 99% and cleaning hours by about one-third, the company said, in addition to reducing odor."[11]
  • Water Treatment [12]



  • Polarized microwave and RF radiation effects on the structure and stability of liquid water, インド工科大学カーンプル校 (2010年10月)

    In presence of the Radio Frequency (RF) field, the saline solutions ignites and combusts with an intense flame. Approximate power for most of our experiments was ~ 300 W as recorded by the output dial of the RF generator.

  • Can water store charge?, ワシントン大学 (2010年3月)

    The results raise a number of questions that warrant further pursuit. At the very least, they open the possibility that ordinary water might have the capacity not only to store charge but to permit effective recovery of charge. Water may well be an unexpectedly effective charge-storage medium.

  • Molecules, Water, and Radiant Energy: New Clues for the Origin of Life, ワシントン大学 (2009年4月)

    We found that incident radiant energy, including UV, visible, and near-infrared wavelengths, induces exclusion-zone growth...
    Water in the exclusion zone is negatively charged, while the bulk-water region beyond the exclusion zone contains positive charges. The potential difference between the two regions is 100 to 200 mV, depending on the particular hydrophilic surface.

  • Observations of polarised RF radiation catalysis of dissociation of H 2 O–NaCl solutions, ロイトリンゲン大学 (2008年3月)

    NaCl–H2O (salt water) solutions of concentrations ranging from 1 to 30%, when exposed to a polarised radiofrequency beam at 13·56 MHz at room temperature, generate an intimate mixture of hydrogen and oxygen which can be ignited and burned with a steady flame.


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  • Rehydrating The Earth: New Paradigm For Water, ホリスティック・サイエンス・ジャーナル (2015年)

    The development and adoption of a new holistic water management paradigm, a paradigm that acknowledges, seeks to understand, and in some instances to reverse, humanity’s impact on the ‘small water cycle’, could be one of the most important challenges we face. The good news is that at its most fundamental level, the change in approach can be summarised in one short sentence: a shift from the current paradigm, where evaporation is viewed as a loss to the system to be avoided at all costs, to a new paradigm, where evaporation is understood and respected as the source of all precipitation and managed accordingly.

  • Origin of microbial life hypothesis: a gel cytoplasm lacking a bilayer membrane, with infrared radiation producing exclusion zone (EZ) water, hydrogen as an energy source and thermosynthesis for bioenergetics, ゲルフ大学 (2012年1月)

    The hypothesis is proposed that pre-biotic bacterial cell(s) and the first cells capable of growth/division did not require a cytoplasmic membrane. A gel-like microscopic structure less than a cubic micrometer may have had a dual role as both an ancient pre-cytoplasm and a boundary layer to the higher-entropy external environment. The gel pre-cytoplasm exposed to radiant energy, especially in the infrared (IR) region of the EM spectrum resulted in the production of an exclusion zone (EZ) with a charge differential (-100 to -200 mV) and boundary that may have been a possible location for the latter organization of the first cytoplasmic membrane. Pre-biotic cells and then-living cells may have used hydrogen as the universal energy source, and thermosynthesis in their bioenergetic processes.

  • Molecules, Water, and Radiant Energy: New Clues for the Origin of Life, ワシントン大学 (2009年4月)

    Tthe charge-separation phenomenon identified here may be something akin to an initial step in photosynthesis — a kind of “generic” first step that occurs next to many hydrophilic surfaces rather than only next to those specific to green plants or bacteria. This process could represent not only a potentially significant energetic pathway that may be broadly relevant for nature, but also a central protagonist for the origin of life.

  • Surfaces and interfacial water: evidence that hydrophilic surfaces have long-range impact, ワシントン大学 (2006年11月)

    It is generally thought that the impact of surfaces on the contiguous aqueous phase extends to a distance of no more than a few water-molecule layers... We report here that colloidal and molecular solutes suspended in aqueous solution are profoundly and extensively excluded from the vicinity of various hydrophilic surfaces. The width of the solute-free zone is typically several hundred microns. Such large exclusion zones were observed in the vicinity of many types of surface.



私たちの実験農場であるスピラでは、作物に与えられる水質を改善するためのナノバブル技術の可能性を研究しています。 我々の研究は進行中であり、そして近い将来それを公表したいと思っています。


また、植物に供給される水にサイマティク周波数を適用することによって、農業収量に対するシマチック効果を実験しています。 この研究は現在進行中です。 私達は近い将来サイマティクと農業の研究を発表するつもりです。