1 min readWhy does life need water?

If order is a main characteristic of life, and the universe coalesce towards more complicated forms, what higher form will life create? Are humans the end of this evolution, or are we just another step in the process?

In this article for the International Journal of Molecular Sciences authors Gerald Pollack, Xavier Figueroa, and Qing Zhao asserts that water is a principal component of life – if it were not for the unique property of water to retain information [read The Fourth Phase of Water and The Memory Of Water to understand this property better], molecules would not have coalesced to create living beings earth. 

Implications for AI

If life arose from orderliness, then it put to perspective the seeming order we find in the universe. What intelligence brought water to facilitate this order? Can ancient spiritual traditions offer an explanation?

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