Johansson B*1, Sukhotskaya S

Summary: According to classical theory, the impact of various hydrophilic surfaces on the contiguous aqueous phase extends from a few water-molecular layers to several hundreds of microns. Our studies support evidence that irradiation by low entropy sunlight expands the ordered water state comprising the entire bulk volume of liquid water, irrespective of a polar or nonpolar surface state. Thermal IR imaging as well as measurement of allometric scaling behaviour and redox-potential identified physically distinct concentric and condensed temperature gradient zones with long-term consistency, aligned as a structural coherence that implies a considerably decreased mobile water state. A strong power law relationship in the fractal scaling boundary revealed that fractal scaling geometry is part of water ordering and that thermal IR flickering relates on a long-range correlation between water molecules.