Originally Posted by LadyGuru
How about observing a particle? Quantum theory? Electrons not being observed act as a wave, however while being observed they act like a particle.
Lots of things we cant explain with science, nothing to do with gullibility.
How do you figure those things 'aren't explained by science'? They are actually fully explained by peer-reviewed
be and have been observed. Nothing to explain there. Quantum theory itself is also soundly backed by peer-reviewed science and has been around since the 1920s. And Heisenberg's uncertainty principle of 1926 explains and describes the electron's behavior both when observed (via wave function collapse, resulting in a particle) and in its unobserved potential/wave state.
So... yeah. Peer-reviewed science is awesome. If 'water memory' is really a thing I'm sure whoever explains it - or even measures it in some quantifiable way that can be repeated by others - WILL win the nobel prize in physics, like Heisenberg did for Quantum Theory in 1932.