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Double Helix Water and Stable Water Clusters

Stable Water Clusters are defined as nanometer-sized, rigid, ice-like (but formed at room temperature) water clusters that demonstrate a measurable polar charge. Stable Water Clusters are created by a patent pending and proprietary processes done in an ultra-clean environment.

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David L. Gann

Mr. Gann’s scientific career spans over 30 years. Mr. Gann is responsible for designing and constructing the Company’s state-of-the-art laboratory.

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