June 03, 2017 - Saturday 7-8:30pm - The Enigma of Weather - with Gerald Pollack
Join Dr. Gerald Pollack, UW Professor and author of The Fourth Phase of Water for this fascinating fresh new understanding of the Enigma of Weather.
Water is heavier than air, so how is it possible that clouds can defy gravity by floating in the sky? Why do Pacific Northwest winters drive us to Hawaii? In this fascinating presentation, University of Washington Professor Gerald Pollack PhD, will present "The Enigma of Weather."
Join Dr. Pollack as he builds on the understanding of structured water and electrically charged particles. From clouds with silver linings, to life-giving rain, to the ocean breeze, we are all connected by the environment in more ways than you can imagine. Come learn about influences that directly impact you, including what is happening in the Earth's atmosphere.
Dr. Pollack is a recipient of numerous awards including UW’s highest honor, the Annual Faculty Lecturer Award and the 1st Emoto Peace Prize. He is founding Editor-in-Chief of the research journal WATER. His award winning books include Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life, and The Fourth Phase of Water.
From the Discovery Channel:
Watch video: Gerald Pollack The Role of Water in the Electric Body Electric Universe Conference 2012 YouTube