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The ultimate goal in water revitalization is to erase this stored and toxic information and restore nature's original intent by infusing water with resonant polarities (objectively verified under a polarized microscope as rainbow-colored crystallization patterns).
We observed that some positive and negative words available in the General lexicon, as well as in GI, have opposite polarities in product domain.
Therefore, each of the current polarities on the wound site appear to be able to improve some parts of the healing processes, but until now, the most appropriate protocol for polarity application to improve wound healing was unknown.
Both polarities must coexist for the battery to operate.
This shift in political polarities is dictated by partisan interests, of course: Either party, once in power, seeks to alter the constitutional system to perpetuate its advantage.
The aftermath of 9/11 has, I believe, made even more urgent the '80s endeavor to think of issues relating to political and cultural difference beyond the polarities of power and identity.
Born of the fleeting marriage between the rational-minded Annabella Milbanke and the rebellious poet Lord Byron, Augusta Ada Byron was destined to live a life betwixt the polarities of her time.
This article, based on field research in a biotechnology company, argues that good project managers are able to manage six polarities, which are intrinsic to their work.
Ann Taves is at home with both poles in a variety of polarities, and subtly negotiates among them.