October 5, 2009

ISS Crew to Study Epiphany Water

Moscow, Russia
January 18, 2008

Russian scientists intend to set up an experiment on testing qualities of Epiphany water on board of the International Space Station, a staff-member of the Institute for Biomedical problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences Ph.D. Vladimir Tsetlin said.

Dr. Tsetlin is involved in research of exterior factors that influence drinking water for cosmonauts.

‘I was examining drinking water for cosmonauts, when I suddenly detected that its electro-chemical qualities had changed anomalously on the eve of the Epiphany‘, Tsetlin said in his interview to the Moskovsky Komsomolets daily.

According to him, present-day scientific researches confirm that water gains unusual qualities in the night of January 19.

The scientist told that water usually has maximum conductivity on 10:00 a.m. and on 06:00 p.m. when its molecules get active, and it start ‘calming down’ from 04:00 a.m.

‘One of the tests was made on the Epiphany eve’, Tsetlin tells. ‘I was impressed when I detected that molecules had calmed down much earlier in the evening of January 18. Water’s conductivity was reduced to minimum from 06:00 p.m. And it had remained in this condition till midnight’, he told.

Thus he recorded ‘the fact of disturbance in diurnal variation of water conductivity’ on the Epiphany.

Members of the international space expedition are to study this interesting fact.