Micro Empire – Terrifying Microorganisms Living in A Single Drop Of Water

A Single Drop Of Water Hides An Empire of Tiny Creatures At War

Water is amazing! A drop of water can hide a lot of secrets, despite its small size. With the aid of a high-tech camera and a microscope, multimedia art graduate, Clemens Wirth was able to film in high resolution what goes on in a small drop of water. The result was amazing and gruesome at the same time… he captured a multitude of tiny microorganisms fighting a war for supremacy in their small universe.

The photographer titled his video Micro Empire and with it, he showed the world one of the secrets of water. But this important element in our live has even more secrets: not only does water have memory, but it’s also able to respond to emotions and music. Let’s have a look at water’s secrets.

So have you ever wondered what goes on inside a tiny drop of water? Well Clemens Wirth did more than just wonder, he actually went on a quest to find out the answer to his questions. He attached his Canon 5D Mark II camera to a state of the art monocular microscope through an adapter and pointed the whole concoction to one small drop of water.

The results were amazing: terrifying microorganisms showed up twitching and squirming in their humongous tiny universe. One of the tiny jerms in the water is called Volvox, ons scientists have proven that the species is 200 million years old… Just imagine how long he has been waiting for his 15 minutes of fame.

When asked about his amazing experiment, Clemens Wirth declared that:

“As an enthusiast for little things, I wanted to go deeper than the macro universe, so I found myself hanging on the eyepiece of a microscope. It’s really fascinating how detailed this tiny world is and unbelievable how much is going on in only one little water drop. However, despite their horror film looks, the micro monsters, are thankfully not dangerous to humans.”

The technique used to capture them is called “dark field microscopy” and works as we previously stated: by attaching a camera, to a microscope using an adapter, and then filming some awesome images, in this case, micromonsters.

Now if you’re planing on never drinking tap water again, hold your horses, cause tap water is carefully treated until all these monsters are gone. Have a look at the pictures below to see more of them.

And below you can watch the amazing video filmed by Clemens Wirth of the Micro Empire of a tiny water drop.

And now that we’ve seen what lies in a small drop of water, let’s see what other secrets water has:

Water has Memory

French immunologist Dr. Jacques Benveniste published an article in 1988 in which he stated that water has the ability to hold a “memory” of substances previously dissolved in it to arbitrary dilution. While some tests proved his theory, others infirmed it and up till this day, his theory still hasn’t been scientifically proven.

Have a look at the video below which explains this concept better:

Water has Consciousness & Intent

Dr. Masaru Emoto led a series of studies that revealed that water has different responses depending on how we treat it. For example, using the same method of “dark field microscopy”, he took pictures of water molecules before and after a blessing from a Buddhist monk… the results were amazing, the water molecule changed shape.

So he carried on his experiments, he wrote different words like thank you or words expressing anger on identical water containers, and he than put equal parts from the same source of water in them. The containers were left there over night, and in the morning he took the “after” pictures… the results were again amazing: water molecules took either beautiful or disharmonious shapes depending on the word written on its container.

Have a look below and see the videos made based on this amazing experiment, and prepare to be astonished! If our thoughts can do this to water… imagine what they can do to us.

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