Jun 29, 2018
Dr. Jerry Pollack is a pioneering water researcher whose work in structured water and cell biology has been described as being some of the most important research that will be conducted in the 21st century. His research creates a completely new paradigm of cell biology and nutrient absorption. He is recognized worldwide as a dynamic speaker and author, whose passion lies in plumbing the depths of natural truths.
Dr. Pollack received the 1st Emoto Peace Prize and is a recipient of the University of Washington's highest honor, the Annual Faculty Lecturer Award. He is founding Editor-in-Chief of the research journal WATER and Director of the Institute for Venture Science. Dr. Pollack's (award-winning) books include The Fourth Phase of Water (2013), and Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life (2001). Dr. Jerry Pollack maintains an active laboratory at the University of Washington in Seattle.
In this episode, Jerry and I discuss
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Episode 15 - Dr. Gerald H. Pollack - Highlights
4:50 - What is exclusion zone water? (EZ Water)
13:10 - John strongly recommends reading two of Gerald’s books:
13:40 - How are nutrients and water transported inside a plant? How are nutrients absorbed by root systems? How does EZ water relate?
27:45 - How is this related to nutrient mobility?
31:35 - Alternate mechanisms for nutrient absorption by cells
42:40 - Simplicity is the essence of science
45:50 - What is the limitation of what cells can absorb?
49:25 - Water crisis in agricultural - soils that cannot hold water well anymore
54:30 - What is the question Gerald wishes he was asked?